We aspire to be

Carbon Conscious

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We invite you to engage in
carbon conscious travel, and be collaborative and creative in your journey!

Meeting face to face is vital to creating our heart-centred relationships needed to sustain our work and ourselves. It is important to recognise that our travelling to and from the Gathering will have a global impact that will contribute to global warming. 

by Train and local bus

The nearest easily accessible train station is Nabburg (35km). From there, the regional bus 6273 continues to Schönsee. From Monday to Friday, this bus runs several times a day, on weekends less often.

ATTENTION: Especially on weekends, some buses are “call buses”, where you have to reserve seats no later than 5pm the day before.

On the German railway website, enter “Schönsee, Aschabrücke” to see the current departure times. The bus stop “Aschabrücke” is 800 m (about 10 minutes on foot) away from Nature Community.

For reduced costs we recommend the following tickets: Bayer Ticket and Weekend Ticket.  

If you would like to be picked up at a train station or are looking for another ride-share, you can search for offers at our ride-share-portal or enter your request here.

External car-sharing portals such as Blablacar can also often be used to find good and inexpensive rides. Travellers on the much offered Nuremberg-Prague route pass by near Schönsee.


by long-distance Bus

With Flixbus you can travel to Schwandorf or Weiden, directly from Passau, Leipzig and Berlin.

In Regensburg there are international direct connections to and from Salzburg, Vienna, Prague, Berlin, Amsterdam, Florence, Budapest, Warsaw, Bucharest, Zagreb, Zurich and many other cities. Regensburg is also directly connected to most major German cities.

By Car

Find our ride-sharing spreadsheet here and share the journey! You are encouraged to enter your offer here.

From Munich, Regensburg via the A93, exit 30 “Nabburg” and follow the signs to Schönsee.

From Nuremberg via the A6, exit 69 Nabburg-West, then trought NAbburg (sign posted towars A96) and follow signs to Schonsee. 

From Berlin, Leipzig, Hof, via the A93, exit 21b, Altenstadt, then via Vohenstauss and Moosbach to Schonsee. 

From Prague, Pilsen via E50/A6, exit 76 Waidhaus, then via Eslarn to Schonsee. 

You will enter the street Am Lauber Berg. Please keep to the right. The St-Hubertus-Weg is a pedestrian path. 

By plane

 The nearest international airport is Nuremberg. Cheaper flights may also be available to Munich International Airport or Prague.