Alpenhotel Denninglehen

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Am Priesterstein 7, Berchtesgaden, Bavaria, 83471, Germany
Alpenhotel Denninglehen
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 69% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families85
  • Couples77
  • Solo0
  • Business50

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bertchesgarden in november

by moet32


i am going to bertchesgarden on nov 11 for 3 days

what is the weather like during this time.

also is it possible to walk up the mountain to the eagle nest at this time of year

advice welcome

Re: bertchesgarden in november

by Manara

The Eagle Nest will be closed, so there will not be any bus service to get there and the elevator from the Kehlstein bus parking will be closed as well.
It is possible to hike, the nearest parking place is Sharitzkehl and the walk uphill takes about two hours. However it is not a hike I would recommend with bad weather.
Moreover, in a bad weather you will not be able to enjoy the panoramic view that is the main reason for going to the Eagle's Nest. November is a cold and rainy month, which means mountains covered with clouds. Snow is not unlikely in November.

Re: bertchesgarden in november

by ricky52

Due to extreme climatic changes the World is experiencing at the moment, trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local, on the day variations.
Most places now are seeing weather conditions well outside the norm.
The information below should be used as a guide only.

Here is the average weather for Berchtesgaden for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday.

High 44f / 7c
Low 32f / 0c
Rain 2.20in / 56.0mm
Rain days 15
Hours of sun 2
Daylight hours 9
UV level 1 = Low
Humidity = Frost may occur in November

Travel Tips for Berchtesgaden

Red Italian Fireplace

by alancollins

The Eagles Nest is now a restaurant but was a main reception room when the house was built. The fireplace in the background is made from red Italian marble and was gift from Mussolini. The was also a large rug which was a gift from the Japanese Ambassador. At the end of the war boths these gifts suffered the fate of souvenirs hunters.

If you can't be Good... Try to Look Good!

by NC_Ziggy

I must admit... I was at my Olympic skiing best when I was standing still... and that wasn't easy! But the skis stayed on much better this way... I think I had two left skis... Yeah, that must have been what happened!

Paragliding in Berchtesgaden is NOT for beginners

by globetrott

Paragliding from Jenner is not really easy and it is advisable NOT to fly there at all, when you are still a beginner or un-experienced paraglider. In 2005 various accidents did happen, so it would be very important to
contact the local paragliding-club before you plan a flight from Jenner (for the GERMAN-Version click on my link below !)
At the beginning of the Jennerbahn-cablecar you may see a map with the ONLY advisable places to start and to land and then you should also know that during days of high thermic the landing might be rather turbulent there. Bring your own equipment, packed equipment may have a length of not more than 4 meters to be transported by the Jenner-cablecar. You need your own insurance for the transport AND you have to register in a flight-book at the counter of the cablecar !!
NO charges for take off or landing, pilots get a small reduction for their meals and drinks at the restaurant on top of Jenner.

Lift to the top

by alancollins

At the end of the second world war the Americans were in occupation of the area. The lift takes you up the final 407 feet to the Eagles Nest. At that time only officers could use the lift. All other ranks had to use the footpath to get to the top.

Königliches Schloss Berchtesgaden

by myriam_c

The Royal Palace Berchtesgaden was created around 1100 by the "Augustiner Chorherrenstift" and attained 1559 the status of a "Prinzregentenstift". It remained up to the secularization in 1803 the residence of the national gentlemen. "Kronprinz" Rupprecht of Bavaria lived here with its family from 1922 to 1933 and equipped the palace with its art collections. The tour through the museum extends over three floors and covers various styles: the roman monastery, the gothic hall and two renaissance halls.
Furthermore valuable German porcelain, Italian furniture, tapisserie and paintings.

Guided tours only (50 min.)


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Address: Am Priesterstein 7, Berchtesgaden, Bavaria, 83471, Germany