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Looking to visit a cave in Stuttgart District on your next adventure? To help you better plan your next outdoor experience, we’ve collected Stuttgart District’s 20 best caves for you. Based on the experiences of other users, each is a recommendation you know you can trust — so you can better plan your next adventure.

The top 20 caves in Stuttgart District

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    Sibyllenloch

    Hiking Highlight

    The detour to the few stairs of Burg Teck is definitely worth it. Flashlight recommended, then you can advance a few meters in the cave.

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    Another, smaller rock window is located a few meters above the wind hole and can be climbed by children.

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    Schillergrotte

    Hiking Highlight

    Lorch has a "Schiller Grotto" which is hidden in the forest north of Bruck.
    It is not a grotto, but the rocky upper part of a ravine overgrown with beech …

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    Tilo
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    Höhle Finsteres Loch

    Hiking Highlight

    The Finstere Loch is located in a recreational area on the wooded south side of the Rosenstein, about two kilometers east of Heubach to about 670 m. above sea level. …

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    Heinz
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    Barnberghöhle

    Hiking Highlight

    Do not forget your headlamp when you visit

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    KISS
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    Bocksteinhöhle

    Hiking Highlight

    Part of the so-called Bocksteinfundstellen, which consist of several sites and caves. To the right of the cave is the Bocksteinloch, whose forecourt is called Bocksteinschmiede. The Neanderthals probably already …

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    Heinz
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    Mordloch

    Hiking Highlight

    In dry summers, the cave can be relatively safely explored by hikers to about 50 meters. At least then you meet with water. With rubber boots, it continues a few …

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    Brunnensteighöhle

    Hiking Highlight

    The cave has a total length of 876 meters. The first 130 meters are passable, but the cave is sometimes very narrow and low. Thereafter, it is only for experienced …

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    Kesselfinkenloch

    Hiking Highlight

    Great circular walk on paved paths and forest trails. Along the eaves there is a beautiful view of the Lenniger valley and fantastic rock formations.
    Sure-footedness and sturdy shoes are …

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    Günter
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    10

    Dreieingangshöhle

    Hiking Highlight

    The Dreieingangshöhle is one of 40 caves known on the Rosenstein near Heubach. What is often referred to as a mountain is actually a part of the Alb plateau, which …

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    Heinz
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    Räuberhöhle

    Hiking Highlight

    On the right slope of the Maubach lies the so-called robber's cave. It indicates the karstification of the lower Maubach catchment. On the slopes to the edge heights of the …

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    Mordloch

    Bike Touring Highlight

    The murder hole is a water cave from which the cool water gushes out, in order to then fill the trout ponds and flow into the Eyb. The cave is …

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    Rauberweidhöhle

    Hiking Highlight

    Nice cave but very hard to find and reach on foot

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    Charlottenhöhle

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    At 587 meters, the Charlottenhöhle is one of the longest show caves in southern Germany and the longest accessible stalactite cave in the Swabian Alb. Discovered in 1893 by three …

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    Marcus
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    Teufelsklinge

    Hiking Highlight

    In every season, the devil's blade is worth a visit. Especially nice, if you are lucky enough to experience the devil's blade with lots of water. In autumn and winter …

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    Noergel
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    Juxhöhle

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Sandstone was once mined in the Juxhöhle. The access is closed with an iron grid. Danger of collapse!

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    Gustav-Jakob-Höhle

    Hiking Highlight

    Demanding and narrow passage cave. For inexperienced cave driver not without a guide recommended!
    Overall an exciting experience.

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    Charlottenhöhle

    Hiking Highlight

    With a length of almost 600 meters, the Charlottenhöhle is one of the largest publicly accessible stalactite caves in Baden-Württemberg. Connected to the cave is the cave house, a modern …

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    With a length of almost 600 meters, the Charlottenhöhle is one of the largest publicly accessible stalactite caves in Baden-Württemberg. Attached to the cave is the HöhlenHaus, a modern museum …

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    Spitzbubenhöhle

    Hiking Highlight

    A nice side trip that is really worth it.

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