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Aussichtsturm Hohe Warte

Aussichtsturm Hohe Warte

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  • Thorsten

    The 820-meter-high “Hohe Warte” mountain is located directly on the Albsteig. At the highest point of the Hohe Warte there is a lookout tower with a height of 23 meters. The tower was built and inaugurated in 1923, after there had been a high stand and then a viewing scaffold. The tower was built in honor of those who died in the First World War.

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    • September 30, 2016

  • Heinz

    The view from the Hohe Warte is - like the Römerstein tower - divided into two parts: to the west and northwest one looks far out into the foothills of the Albania to the furrow of the Neckar valley, the Schönbuch and the Stuttgart forests and north to the heights of the Keuperwald mountains. The chimneys of the Neckarwerke in Altbach can be seen and with binoculars also the tower on the cores. Beautiful is the view of the vast meadows and margins of the Dettinger Roßberg. The deep valley of Ermstal with Hohenwittlingen can also be discovered. Since we are here in an area of ​​the Alb, where at the beginning of the Albverein most local groups were formed and much was hiked, can be found in the near and further environment of the Hohe Warte even more lookout towers: Römerstein, Teckturm, Sternberg, Augstberg on the Gönninger Roßberg, Schönberg tower. In the west, the Eninger willow spreads on the Alb plateau, at the northern edge of the high basin of the Glems storage plant can be seen. Tübingen with its new neighborhoods on the surrounding heights and west of the Wurmlinger chapel are hard to miss. On special clear days, the Alps can also be seen from this lookout tower.
    So / F open, but closed in the winter months; otherwise keys in the stud farm St. Johann, 07122/9296 or Mr. Strobel in Fohlenhof, 07122/9633, the key can be picked up at one point and returned to the other again.

    Source: tuerme-wanderheime.albverein.net/aussichtstuerme/hohe-warte-beim-gestutshof-st-johann-bei-bad-urach-kreis-reutlingen

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    • February 12, 2016

  • Claudia

    Beautiful observation tower, but also memorial and memorial to those who fell in World War I and II.

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    • January 17, 2021

  • Rolli + Mambo 🐕

    On the flat crest of the Hohe Warte, just 1 km behind the Albtrauf, there was a high point as early as 1896, then a viewing scaffold in 1905, until the brick lookout tower was finally erected in 1923. It should also commemorate the fallen soldiers of World War I as a memorial. A memorial stone at the foot of the tower also calls for remembrance and reflection. Nowadays the Swabian Alb Association organizes a memorial to the victims of the two world wars for members and non-members on the 2nd Sunday in October each. There are signposts on the tower platform. A fire pit was set up next to the tower.
     Source: Swabian Alb Club

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    • October 5, 2019

  • Jan

    From above you have a nice view with a good view. There is a description of what you can see on blackboards.
    Entry costs € 1 for adults.
    You can't see anything from below. So it's worth it. 🙂

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    • March 29, 2020

  • Claudia

    A memorial for those killed in World War I and II in the middle of the forest.

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    • January 8, 2021

  • ᗫani

    Don't forget your mask in the current times! 1 €, 125 steps, duck your head at the top because of the risk of bumps ;-)

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    • November 22, 2021

  • Manfred R.K.

    Wonderful panoramic view over the Alb

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    • December 7, 2019

  • Hubert F.

    The tower is now permanently open. You have a nice view from up here when the trees (like now in winter) clear the view.

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    • January 18, 2020

  • AlbTraufgänger

    A wooden high stand was erected on the Hohe Warte in 1896, which came in as early as 1904 and was replaced by a new observation scaffold. This scaffolding had already fallen into disrepair in 1911. The current brick tower was built with great victims in 1923 would be the period of inflation together with the memorial for the fallen members of the Swabian Alb Society. There is a commemoration every second Sunday in October. The tower is open on Sundays and public holidays.

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    • February 12, 2020

  • haertera

    Nice tower with a great view. The climb is worth it. Entry 1 EUR for adults.

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    • October 25, 2020

  • K2000

    Wikipedia has some interesting information about the Hohe Warte and how the tower was built.

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    • May 21, 2021

  • K2000

    Due to the easy accessibility, sometimes very crowded.

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    • May 26, 2021

  • Heinz

    At the highest point of the mountain (820 m) is a 23 meter high lookout tower of the Swabian Albverein. The tower was erected as a memorial to the fallen in the First World War members of the Swabian Albverein.

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    • March 13, 2017

  • caglu

    On the weekend you can climb the tower, for 50 cents (for members of the Swabian Albverein free)

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    • November 18, 2018

  • B.

    costs 1 € for adults

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    • September 9, 2020

  • Rainer & Petra

    An imposing memorial for the 1,500 fallen members of the Swabian Alb Association

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    • March 25, 2021

  • 🍰 Ohne en

    The entrance fee for the tower is always worth it

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    • April 29, 2022

  • Rainer & Petra

    Imposing memorial for the 1,500 members of the Swabian Alb Association who died in the war.

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    • March 25, 2021

  • Jan

    If you go upstairs you have a nice view. But for adults it costs a euro.

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    • March 28, 2020

  • Roman Domhardt + Zera vom Laucherttal

    Altitude above sea level: 820 m
    Height of the tower: 23 m
    Opening Hours: Sun / F open, but closed in the winter months; otherwise keys in the stud farm St. Johann, 07122/9296 or Mr Strobel in Fohlenhof, 07122/9633, the key can be picked up at one point and returned to the other again.
    Admission: adults € 0.50, children € 0.25; Members and their families have free admission, as well as the members of all clubs, which in turn belong to the German Hiking Association.
    Next parking: At the foot of the Hohe Warte, access from the stud farm St. Johann, or the stud farm

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    • January 29, 2017

  • Timor

    Monumental tower in the middle of the forest.

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    • April 1, 2018

  • UweG

    The tower was built in memory of the members of the Swabian Alb Society who died in World War I.

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    • April 12, 2020

  • Benny Scheiffele

    Is an imposing tower

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    • July 4, 2021


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