Part of my district is one of the biggest European National parks. Only a fraction of it is open to public. The rest is heavily protected and only the rangers and I may go wherever we want. It's absolute bliss to stand on a mountain top, knowing the next human is at least 15 miles away, looking down over a sea of rolling hills, covered in blue-ish forrest, wave after wave, each bluer than the previous one till the last one melts into the sky.
Difficult to explain. You'd have to see it.
This gives maybe a vague impression:
There's an excellent slide show of the public part: http://andy69.onpw.de/Bayrischer%20Wald/index.html
You can start a slide show by clicking on the big picture and then choose the second icon from the right (play symbol). The fat arrow pointing up will bring you back to the start page.
Alternatively, you can get a preview of the 60 pics under the big one (there's a scroll bar on the right side) and open any of them by clicking on it. Again, the arrow up will bring you back to the start.
Btw, according to legend, Bavaria was made from the bits that were left after the creation of Paradise. If you've seen the pics you'll propably agree