On the themed trails and forest learning paths in the Upper Black Forest, you can explore with all your senses. The children’s trails teach youngsters about the Black Forest in a playful way.
The hiking trails are relatively short and are not too challenging for young hikers. Your children can let off steam to their heart’s content and discover plenty of interesting things at the hands–on play stations en route.
Have fun on the Upper Black Forest’s trails!
With Amina - the ant - on a discovery tour in Rötenbach! There are a total of ten stations along the 3.6 kilometer ant trail - from interesting information boards to climbing trees and carpenter ants. There are also several nice rest areas along the route.
The path is not accessible with a pram! You can…
On the gnome trail we get a diverse insight into the life of the capercaillie and experience the story of the gnome postman Ferdinand live!
Our tip: After the Wichtelpfad, stop by the climbing forest of the Familotel Feldberger Hof and let off steam high up in the trees.
You can park in the Feldberg multi…
Get recommendations on the best single tracks, peaks, & plenty of other exciting outdoor places.
Whether doing balance exercises or bowling with rubber boots - many funny and exciting stations ensure that there is no chance of boredom during the hike with Kuhnigunde.
Tip: Visit the newly designed Saiger Plätzle around the Haus des Gastes in Saig with more play options, a water playground, boules and slacklines.
The Spürnasenpfad leads along narrow paths around the legendary forest on the Kirchberg in Todtmoos.
Something incredibly important for the town of Todtmoos suddenly disappeared... At least that's what the rumors say among the forest dwellers: eagle owl, wood grouse, fox & Co.
To solve the riddle you need…
The Schlühüwana path lies between the Rothaus brewery and the idyllic Schlüchtsee. The circular route leads past various stations and sculptures where children can get to know nature and its inhabitants.
The sculptures were created from the roots and tree remains of Hurricane Lothar in 1999 by hobby carver…
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