Our real destination was to go on top of the Großer Arber - great Arber. Großer Arber (German for Great Arber, Czech: Velký Javor) is the highest peak of the Bavarian-Bohemian-mountain ridge, with an elevation of 1,456 metres (4,777 ft). Although geographically belonging to the Bohemian Forest, it is often referred to as "King of the Bavarian Forest". Just enjoy the views
View to one of the Felsriegel - rock outcrops.
Sitting on one of the rock outcrops enjoying the view
We also tried to climb a bit. So you see, who fell down a bit? Brinda had a little accident, but she wasn't hurt, thank God.
She climbed up again and sat down next to us.
Then we all climbed down again and went on the way, which you see here, to go to the next rock outcrop.
Here we had been able to see the Kleine Arbersee - little Arber lake.
In the early afternoon we drove down again, because we wanted to walk around the Große Arbersee - big Arber lake.