Trip to Königsstuhl in Rügen

Thursday, December 26, 2019
mystical lake

Hey Fashionistas,

Another day, another road trip. This time we loaded up my parents and drove to Germany’s largest island called Rügen.

On our first day, we decided to visit the Chalk Rocks (Kreidefelsen), located at the Königsstuhl in Rügen. The chalk rocks are located in a national park and you can climb the mountain to see the rocks from on top with the sea beneath it. Unfortunately, on this day thick fog was covering the area and we couldn’t view that far from the viewing platform.

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chalk rocks  baltic sea

chicken god beach

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The Chalk rocks are part of a national park which also included a museum where you learn more about the island and the area. The museum offered English Audioguides so hubby wasn’t left out. 


Although the fog was covering the entire area the hike was totally worth it. The hike led us through a forest that looked really mystical with the fog. The only thing I love during fall and winter is the scenery. The trees are naked and all the leaves are on the floor creating a brownish carpet. Taking walks through the forest and feeling the cold air feels great. 

forest walk

forest walk

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After our hike we decided to drive all the way down to the beach so see the chalk rocks from the bottom and to take more pictures.

This way we also had the chance to take a walk at the beach. The beach located near the chalk rocks is know for rocks with a hole inside called chicken gods (Hühner Götter). This was naturally created by nature and only be found at the North Sea and Baltic Sea. We collected a few chicken gods because they stand for good luck. 

königsstuhl rügen

You can walk for hours on the beach, to your left are the chalk rocks and to your right the ocean. The scenery is absolutely beautiful and I imagine it looks even better during sunshine. 

königsstuhl rügen

For this day, I decided to wear my turtleneck knit sweater with a corduroy jacket. I love the combination of knit and corduroy. 

For dinner, we went to a typically German place where we ended the night with some heavy food and beer! 

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Thanks for stopping by!

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