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Campervan Adventures in Bavaria: Malerwinkler Trail

Day 3 of our trip was forecast to be rainy and overcast so we had a nice, relaxing morning (though this was our normal breakfast - fruit, toast, and muesli/cereal with tea). 

Then we headed to the waterfront to hike the Malerwinkler trail - an easy trail to more viewpoints of the lake. As you can see it was overcast, but I like the spooky clouds. 

I enjoyed this bad translation - oh no! Danger of life ahead!  This is where you were supposed to be able to hike out to the bottom of a waterfall. 

The trail went right along the edge of the lake

But there to the left of us, in the water, is the "trail." There was not a good way to go through without walking in the water (it was just a steep cliff otherwise) so we had to turn back. 

And another stop to say hi to the goats on the way back to the van (the trail went by here again). This was one of our few relaxing days where we had a morning hike then were done by lunchtime and read all afternoon. Once we got here we were looking for a nice spot to sit and have our lunch, maybe by the river by the campsite somewhere, but then it just started raining pretty hard so we had lunch in the van. And as I said read all afternoon. After the first 2 days, both longer than expected, it was nice to have a bit of a rest day though my Fitbit still tracked 13km/8 miles. 


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