Mountain Biking Highlight
The youth hostel Lörrach (construction period 1980 to 1982), also called Helmut Waßmer youth hostel Lörrach, stands on the edge of the Salzertwald east of the village center of the Lörracher district of Stetten towards the satellite town Salzert on the northern slope of the Dinkelberg at an altitude of 370 meters and is one of them 50 youth hostels of the DJH-Landesverband Baden-Württemberg e. V. Not far from the hostel there is a rope garden and a Finnish lift. The hostel is located just a few hundred meters from the German-Swiss border. In the neighboring forest, the Iron Hand forms an area tip belonging to Switzerland. The very idiosyncratic construction was planned by the Karlsruhe architect Reinhard Brettl. The hostel consists of two interconnected buildings, each with an octagonal floor plan and silver-colored tent roof. The house has 168 beds in 49 rooms and four seminar rooms, the largest of which can accommodate 98 people. Outside there is a lawn, ball playgrounds, table tennis and a wooden hut with a barbecue area
Data source: Wikipedia
February 4, 2020
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