Langenfels

Hiking Highlight

Recommended by 95 out of 104 hikers

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  • Ralf

    A beautiful section with fantastic rock formations and class views to the Vosges

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    • 01/18/2017

  • Tzi

    And at various points you can see the Gimbelhof, depending on whether you are coming from there at the moment, you can see how many altitude you have already coped with or what you have down the valley so before you can enjoy a little refreshment. 😉

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    • 05/22/2017

  • Ralf C.

    Great, rock formations. Please stay on the way. Crash hazard !!!!

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    • 08/03/2017

  • Tzi

    Astonishing rock formations and steep, dotted trails require a certain amount of surefootedness and fitness. The sight is worth every drop of sweat.

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    • 04/14/2017

  • Matthias Brandt

    Narrow path on the ridge. When it is wet, it can be very slippery because of the roots. Definitely sturdy footwear with good profile required. Sticks are sometimes very beneficial.

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    • 03/05/2018

  • Ralf

    Follow the rock path.
    Very nice

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    • 04/09/2017

  • Joachim

    Sturdy shoes are highly recommended, as the roots are very slippery. In damp weather, I would not recommend this route to hike.

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    • 06/17/2017

  • Klavierspieler10

    A beautiful path over many rocks with many viewpoints on the castles.

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    • 08/20/2017

  • Jo

    The Langenfels is located about 500 meters north of the castle Fleckenstein and is a popular climbing rock. Here begins / ends the rock path.

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    • 04/06/2018

  • Jo

    This path leads through the most diverse rock formations and allows again and again impressive views into the surrounding countryside.
    Surefootedness - especially in wet conditions - is essential.

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    • 04/06/2018

  • Wolfgang

    In the summer also a great sport climbing area.

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    • 11/24/2017

  • Jonathan

    Great rock formation with views of the surroundings and the Gimbelhof. For me a hiking highlight of the rock path.

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    • 08/13/2018

  • Jonathan

    Beginning of the rock path and at the same time a great station. Beautiful rock landscapes and in the middle of the sublime Langenfels - a charming sight!

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    • 08/13/2018

  • Ayhan Sönmez

    Very nice and adventurous path for kids. Kick-resistant footwear would be useful.

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    • 09/09/2018

  • Jonathan

    Especially nice way to Fleckenstein. You pass different rocks and can climb them at your own risk (usually without problems). As a reward you often get a nice view down to the Gimbelhof.

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    • 06/18/2019

  • JR on Tour

    Beautiful mistake. In some places you have a wonderful view.

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    • 06/28/2019

  • Carmen

    Great walk section, although stated to be unsuitable for children, the route is certainly easier for children than older walking. I would not be worried if the kids are a bit of a walker and sure-footed.

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    • 07/08/2019

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Best Hikes that include the Highlight ‘Langenfels’

Location: in Bas-Rhin, France

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