Glasstadt Zwiesel

And for all those who can take deep breaths, Zwiesel is situated on the 160 kilometre long Bayerwald Trail, which stretches from Silbersbach/Lohberg on the north side of the Arber via the National Park in a southerly direction to Haidmühle on the Czech border and a bit further to the National Park Centre Lusen at Neuschönau.

Other much-loved cross country areas near Zwiesel are the winter sports centre at Zwieselerwaldhaus with around 30km of prepared trails and, of course, the highest trail area on the Arber, Bretterschachten, which has 65 km of prepared classic and skating rails. Zwiesel’s free ski bus travels there 3 times a day. An up to date winter sports map (trail map) of the area, available for a small fee from the Tourist Information Zwiesel, shows the variety of trails and cleared walking paths in the area. 


Alleine um Zwiesel werden rund 65 km gespurt.

Das Parken an den Loipen im Langlaufzentum, am Kaiserstein und an der Bärnzeller-Loipe ist kostenlos.
Alle Loipen sind "Klassisch" und "Skating" präpariert.