Hiking in Europe
…the land of the mystic past. The land of the “Celtic Twilight.” – Conrad Arensberg (1910-1997)
Tiefenbach-Oberstdorf is a popular hiking destination in Germany. Oberstdorf, meaning "Uppermost Village" is the highest town in Germany and the southernmost. It is a major attraction for winter sports. Ski jumping is a big event here, and there are over 124 mile (200 km) trails for hiking as well as cycling. The nice part about hiking here is, you can shorten it by taking a cable car up. Also, you will find restaurants along the trail so you have an option of resting, have a beer or snack before continuing on.
They say one of Scotland's best assets is the "Great Outdoors". Indeed, hiking in Scotland, or as they call it, "Hill Walking" is a different experience. For one, it can be quite windy, but if you can take it, you will be rewarded with the beautiful landscape.