More and more people aspire to spend their free time hiking, biking, skiing or cross-country skiing. At the same time, an increasing individualization is observed. As a result, sports such as ski mountaineering, freeriding, snowshoeing or geocaching are becoming more and more popular and thus the number of visitors to nature is growing. This is where visitor management comes into play. However, the task of visitor management in the Oberallgäu is not so much to guide visitors, but to manage them. The focus is on people and the preservation of nature. The goal is to create a win-win situation for all involved. To achieve this, the stakeholders must be informed and involved from the very beginning. Through this process, generally accepted solutions can be worked out that result in the preservation of nature and, at the same time, the satisfaction of people's recreational needs.
Unfortunately, man's best friend is not always the best friend of the Allgäu's wild and grazing animals. What you should keep in mind for your next trip in the mountains, you can find out here.
Mountain biking is booming in the Allgäu region. However, this can affect sensitive wildlife habitats. Therefore, follow our tips and help us to protect the animals in the Oberallgäu.
Switch off, take a deep breath, be active in sports. Throughout the year, the easily accessible mountains of the Oberallgäu offer dreamlike conditions for athletes and those seeking relaxation.
The unique nature in the Oberallgäu offers a valuable habitat for many exciting animal species.
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