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Where is Ulrichsberg – Bohemian Forest?
The Upper Austrian municipality of Ulrichsberg/ Bohemian Forest is located in the Rohrbach District and lies at an elevation of 626 m. It covers an area of 56.9 km² and is home to 2,836 people. Ulrichsberg is situated close to the German and Czech border. The Bohemian Forest (Bohemian Forest) district is the most northern area of Austria.
What is the Weather Like in Ulrichsberg/Bohemian Forest?
The climate in Ulrichsberg is cold and temperate. Yearly average temperature amounts to 7.1 C°. Ulrichsberg and its surroundings see quite a lot of precipitation, providing ideal conditions for perfectly groomed cross-country skiing trails, such as the ones of the Bohemian Forest Nordic Centre. Check out our live webcam for the current weather forecast for today, tomorrow or the weekend or visit www.feratel.com to get the latest snow report.
What's Going On in Ulrichsberg /Bohemian Forest in the Winter?
In the winter Ulrichsberg /Bohemian Forest is a Mecca of Nordic skiing, boasting a network of nearly 148 km of cross-country skiing trails (78 km of high altitude trails and 70 km of trails in the valley). Bohemian Forest Arena offers a cross-country ski school, ski rental, locker rooms, showers, sanitary facilities, catering and a pet zoo for the little ones. Start your adventure at Schöneben Grünwald and Oberhaag and find the most wonderful cross-country skiing runs through the impressive scenery of the high plateau situated at an elevation of 1000 m. Alpine skiing is also possible at Hochficht Ski Area only eight kilometres away.
What's Going On in Ulrichsberg in the Summer?
The Bohemian Forest (Bohemian Forest) is situated in the northern area of Upper Austria and is one of the most ancient mountain ranges in Central Europe. Caused by erosion the once karstic rock formations have given way to today’s softer shapes. Ulrichsberg and its hilly surroundings are an insider's tip for hikers, naturopaths and those who seek some time to relax. In Germany the Bohemian Forest is also called Bavarian Forest, in the Czech Republic Šumava. Thanks to the good cooperation of Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic free tourist border crossing is possible at seven spots. So enjoy biking, hiking and cross-country skiing in Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic. There is also a wide range of sports activities on offer in the summer. The area boasts numerous beautiful hotels and restaurants with top service. Do not miss to visit the neighbouring village of Klaffer am Hochficht, where you can take a leisurely stroll through Austria's largest natural herb garden. Moldaublick platform offers a beautiful view of Moldawa Barrier Lake in the Czech Republic , from a second panorama platform you see Bavaria. Every year Ulrichsberg hosts the well-known Ulrichsberger Kaleidophon Jazz Festival featuring musicians from Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, Italy, Switzerland and many other countries.