Winter Hiking Tours

Vastness, Silence, Solitude: Winter Hiking in Saxon Switzerland

Immersing into a world of clarity and silence, finding inner peace, discovering the mysterious side of the rocky landscape – this is what winter hiking in Saxon Switzerland means.Bundle up, pack your thermos flask in the backpack and just start walking! The good thing about hiking is its simplicity. Walking through this enchanted scenery in winter is a magical experience. And the most popular hiking trails are now often for you alone.

In winter, Saxon Switzerland also has many exciting events on offer for its guests. Here you find the winter season program


11,44 km

Silent forest round to the Eibischsteine

Bad Gottleuba-Berggießhübel

© Philipp Zieger, Tourismusverband Sächsische Schweiz
7,60 km

From Rosenthal to the skinny Biela


© Nicole Hesse, Tourismusverband Sächsische Schweiz
8,18 km

Zuschendorfer Rundweg


© Landschloss Zuschendorf, Tourismusverband Sächsische Schweiz


Please pay attention to temporary forest closures and suggested diversions.
Due to acute bark beetle infestation, the stability of dead spruces has considerably decreased. In the entire National Park area, there is a very high risk due to dead trees and collapsing deadwood on many paths. Especially in the rear part of the National Park, there are paths which are currently impassable.


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