The Erz Way starts at Pegnitz to Kastl, through Auerbach, Sulzbach and Amberg. This route was awarded the seal of approval in Germany, “Wanderbares Deutschland”. It stretches for 200 km and takes you along natural pathways with history dating back to the middle ages.Homepage
The Way of St. James is a famous pilgrimage and well known mostly for its routes across France and Spain. The so called new “Camino” isn’t as famous, but is an historic pilgrim route from Prague over Nuremberg to Rothenburg. Following the signs of the Jacobs scallop, the route takes you from Ensdorf through to the Schwarzachtal by Nuremberg.Homepage
The 46 km hiking trail begins in Weiden and joins Thannhof in the district of Amberg and thus crosses the Bavarian Jura. The trail passes over the hills west of Hirschau taking you back round to Burgstall. From the north over to Steiningloh and Bernricht the trail reaches the city of Amberg. Trail markings: green cross on a white background.Homepage
This hiking trail will delight you. A nature trail, natural monuments and a beautiful landscape will capture your attention. It goes through the centre of Amberg and Nabburg, past museums that invite you to come in and linger for a while.Homepage
A 20 km round-robin day trip. With over 30 caves to discover with some being partly accessible. It is recommended that you wear waterproof clothing and take a torch, as some of the grottos can only be entered by crawling.Homepage
It covers an area of nearly 70 km, with the regions of Amberg-Sulzbacher Land and the Upper Palatinate Lakes and the district of Cham. This trail is still in its early stages and is under constant development, a fascinating route with lovely spots along the way.Homepage
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