Bike Touring Highlight
This Highlight is in a protected area
Please check local regulations for: Naturpark Schönbuch
View from Goldersbachtalweg towards Teufelsbrücke.
The Große Goldersbach and the Kleine Goldersbach converge at the "Teufelsbrücke".
There is also a barbecue area there.
The earliest evidence of settlement traces was found in the form of a stone blade that dates back to 10,000 BC. Was dated.
August 9, 2020
This oak is named after the former district administrator of Tübingen - Oskar Klumpp - as the protector of the Schönbuch. From 1963 to 1973 he was a district administrator and an opponent of the planned new Stuttgart II airport. There is an article in Wikipedia about him
April 18, 2020
The Oskar Klumpp Eiche stands directly on the Teufelsbrücke rest area.
Oskar Klumpp was district administrator of the Tübingen district at the time of the fight against the planned large airport Stuttgart II in Schönbuch. He was a vehement opponent of the airport and one of the main initiators of the nature park.
April 18, 2020
There are 2 campfire sites, each with a seating area all around, and a protective pavilion.
Nicely situated with meadow and lake right next door.
Quite a lot going on, because at an "intersection" of two relatively busy routes, but that's how you meet nice people :-)
January 10, 2021
On the border between the districts of Böblingen and Tübingen, a 300-year-old oak tree with a trunk circumference of over 4.70 meters was dedicated to the "protector of Schönbuch" in 1973: Oskar Klumpp was district administrator in Tübingen from 1963 to 1973 and was particularly vehement and successful against it the large airport Stuttgart II planned in Schönbuch was defended.
June 9, 2021
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