Just 25 km west of the Czech-German border near the German town of Winsiedel, a unique natural phenomenon is hidden – the Luisenburg rock labyrinth. It is referred to as the largest rock labyrinth in Europe and is definitely worth a visit! Here, nature has assembled huge granite boulders into fascinating formations, among which we can walk for several hours. Some passages are quite narrow or low and are a big attraction for children. For the smallest children, the trip can be quite challenging, as there is an elevation gain of about 100 meters. 3 marked routes (blue, red and yellow) with a total of 25 stops will guide us through the granite rock labyrinth. Several viewpoints and the Mariannenhöhe ruins enrich our walk among the rocks.