Originally thought that the eagle nest refers to Hitler's nest, in fact, the original name of the mountain. As a natural sight, I think it's worth seeing more than the famous King Lake nearby. In the continuous Alps, this is a mountain which keeps a distance from the mountains and stands proudly alone. Therefore, we can see the beautiful mountains, lakes and green spaces without any obstacles. It is indeed a magnificent spectacle. If you know a little about Hitler, Wagner or Richard Strauss's music can increase some perceptual knowledge of the German nation. It takes half a day to visit Hawk Nest. It takes bus and elevator. In peak season, people queue up. After climbing the mountain, they queue up and down. I have about an hour and a half. But the queue of elevators is delayed for a long time, so it is not easy at the top of the mountain. Hawk's nest is seasonal. I went there once in April, but I saw a little comment on the beautiful snow scenery in winter, when I needed to go up the mountain by myself. But I went to a Nazi exhibition near the Hawk's Nest in April and there was an air raid shelter. I couldn't find any information about the relationship with the Hawk's Nest.