Stuttgart is known for its hard-working, Swabian work ethic, and the car industry. But the capital of Baden-Württemberg comes up trumps in so many other ways too! No matter where you start from in the city, the next park, mountain or forest is never far away. That's why Stuttgart and the surrounding region are best explored on foot. In this Collection, we show you our 10 favourite routes that offer runners a lot of fun because the region around Stuttgart is as varied as the city itself.
Whether you prefer a gentle after-work run or are training for a half-marathon, the routes cater to all fitness levels. Sometimes it's a simple run up the vineyards or the Stäffele, sometimes it's an endurance run through Schönberg Nature Park or through the Rems Valley. All routes can be easily reached from Stuttgart by public transport. All you have to do is choose a route and your training can begin. You'll be rewarded with a magnificent view on almost every Tour.
Enough talk, put on your running shoes and go! Experience the greenest side of the Stuttgart region. We wish you great running adventures.
The park lakes in the southwest of Stuttgart are a popular destination for city dwellers who want to get out of the valley basin. The three lakes are beautifully situated in the forest, which is criss-crossed by a number of paths and trails. So perfect for your training session.
It starts at the university…
At first glance, the inner city of Stuttgart seems pretty much paved over - completely wrong! The so-called Green U begins directly behind the main train station. The green arch begins with the palace gardens, continues into the Rosenstein Park and ends on the Killesberg. The eight-kilometer-long U has…
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Always along the water! On this almost 15 kilometer long tour you will get to know a part of Stuttgart's oldest district, Bad Cannstatt. The Neckar meanders through the middle of the district, which you will get to know from both sides of the river on this running route. It starts at the Ebnitzweg stop…
Did you know that the Stuttgart television tower is the first of its kind in the world? The trademark of the state capital is enthroned on the Bopser and can be seen from afar. The forest around the almost 217 meter high tower also offers you wonderful running paths. Reason enough to take the bus from…
Stäffele nuff and Stäffele na! The town of Herrrenberg is known for its steep staircases, also known locally as Stäffele. On a run through the hillside old town, it is therefore obvious that the stairs go up (nuff) and down again (na). The best conditions for an intensive training session. Two steep…
Stuttgart is surrounded by beautiful nature - no matter from which point in the city you are quickly in the countryside. If you have already walked enough of the parks in the center, then a trip to the Siebenmühlental is worthwhile. A wonderfully idyllic landscape awaits you, which can be experienced…
The Stuttgart region is known for its wine, which grows on the steep slopes on the banks of the Neckar. This route takes you right into the middle of the vineyards, so be prepared for a steep climb. The starting point of the round is in Fellbach, which borders Stuttgart to the north-east. With the U1…
The nice thing about a hilly city like Stuttgart is that there are countless vantage points. As the name suggests, this almost 14-kilometer round is particularly promising: you are on the Feuerbacher Höhenweg. It starts at the train station in Stuttgart-Feuerbach - easy to reach with the S-Bahn from…
Only a short train ride away from Stuttgart is the beautiful Rems Valley. With its vineyards, it almost looks Mediterranean. On this 20-kilometer route you will be rewarded again and again with a fantastic view of the valley - this is how it runs particularly well. It starts at the train station in Schorndorf…
The Schönbuch Nature Park, incidentally the first nature park in Baden-Württemberg, stretches south-west of Stuttgart in the Keuperbergland. The wooded area is predestined to be discovered by bike or on foot - today, in other words, at a run. The starting point of the round is at the train station in…
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