Dear friends of the Rosenstock,
our hotel has been open again since May 21, 2021 - including the complete wellness area!
Please note the following important information on the current Corona situation (as of June 7, 2021)
• Overnight guests may only arrive with a negative, current Corona test (PCR test carried out no more than 48 hours ago, POC antigen test carried out no more than 24 hours ago) and must take a current test every 48 hours in one of the test centers (this rule applies if - as is the case with us in the Oberallgäu district - the current incidence is higher than 50).
• Vaccinated and convalescent persons are exempt from testing obligations according to the generally applicable principles.
Due to the special situation, we have adjusted our cancellation conditions for all bookings:
A cancellation period of 3 days applies to reservations already made by July 31, 2021 (except for bookings on booking.com or HRS). This means that you can leave the reservation you have already made and, if necessary, cancel it at short notice.
The same - completely risk-free - cancellation period naturally also applies to all new bookings (until July 31, 2021).
Until we meet again, we wish you all the best!
Your Karg family and all employees
Nordic Walking & Jogging
Fischen is a paradise for runners. Amateur athletes and active holidaymakers have a large and varied range of routes to choose from. There are 7 Nordic walking tours, 6 jogging trails and 9 trail running routes to discover in the Fischen area.
Hiking Map & Tours
The Hörnerdörfer villages are predestined for these two types of sports activities.
If you take sticks as well, then this burns up to 46% more calories. This sport - known as Nordic walking - is not only suitable for active and professional athletes, but also for beginners. It trains the whole body - gently building up the musculoskeletal system.
This is a year-round sports activity that can be pursued both in summer and winter!
Possible daily - always open
There are a variety of running trails at three different altitudes. Running in the mountains means a steady mixture of both challenges and great views - some runs are first and foremost beautiful, others perhaps somewhat harder and many are both at the same time. How does it feel? Sweat is running under your cap, your pulse is racing, the calf muscles are burning, thighs shaking and the ground crunching beneath the soles of your feet. Your weaker side says "Give up".... "Pah...! Who can overtake me then!" counters your internal sports coach. Whether you are running or walking in the region, just get out and admire things, grab your running shoes, sun glasses and baseball cap - we wish you wonderful running adventures.
Nordic Walking in the Hörnerdörfer Villages
The Nordic Walking Park in the Hörnerdörfer villages brings together a good 110 kilometres of Nordic walking trails. The network of routes, which are at altitudes of 761 metres to 1,650 metres, includes routes of different lengths and various levels of difficulty, depending on your individual fitness. As the name implies, Nordic walking comes from Scandinavia. Nordic professional cross-country skiers used it to keep fit in summer and this method of training was soon taken up in Germany too, where one in five people have now got the bug.