Der Höllbach

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Recommended by 227 out of 236 hikers

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  • Jörg

    Very nice hike. Even with our four-year-old son was very feasible. But watch out for your little ones - walking on the stones is not that dangerous.

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    • August 16, 2018

  • Franz Lehmann

    Nice family trip! Tour is recommended contrary to the recommended direction,
    because then the highlights of the tour (rock landscape, etc.) come to a conclusion!

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    • September 4, 2016

  • Timber

    Other than the name suggests, it is just heavenly there. The nature reserve runs to a large extent on the Wiesent and the most impressive section, the hell, is a 600 m long hiking trail, which is embedded by Wollsackverwitterungen on the granite rocks in a hilltop. The water rushes and gurgles, the moss grows everywhere and our common path leads through narrow angles, over stone blocks. The eyes of Shakespeare shine and it makes him obviously fun to walk on the cool forest floor, the "Schlabbel" is always in the cool water and it's great to see him so satisfied. Unfortunately, the number of tourists is slowly rising, so he has to get back on his leash, which is not a problem after the game is played. The approximately 5km long circular route is not suitable for strollers, since from time to time something has to be climbed, bridges crossed and leads through narrow narrows. But it is worth it in the sling or baby carrier, because the landscape rewarded for the hardships. Many benches and meadows invite you to have a snack and relax.

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    • July 15, 2019

  • Timber

    Other than the name suggests, it is just heavenly there. The nature reserve runs to a large extent on the Wiesent and the most impressive section, the hell, is a 600 m long hiking trail, which is embedded by Wollsackverwitterungen on the granite rocks in a hilltop. The water rushes and gurgles, the moss grows everywhere and our common path leads through narrow angles, over stone blocks. The eyes of Shakespeare shine and it makes him obviously fun to walk on the cool forest floor, the "Schlabbel" is always in the cool water and it's great to see him so satisfied. Unfortunately, the number of tourists is slowly rising, so he has to get back on his leash, which is not a problem after the game is played. The approximately 5km long circular route is not suitable for strollers, since from time to time something has to be climbed, bridges crossed and leads through narrow narrows. But it is worth it in the sling or baby carrier, because the landscape rewarded for the hardships. Many benches and meadows invite you to have a snack and relax.

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    • July 15, 2019

  • Benedikt

    Very nice tour, for children an adventure. Is can be climbed a lot and between the stones the brook can be rediscovered again and again

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    • July 12, 2018

  • Barney

    An adventure for the whole family, go contrary, then the highlights come to the end

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    • July 20, 2018

  • TomiLi

    For children certainly an absolute highlight. But only with sturdy shoes.

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    • June 28, 2017

  • Oskar

    If you have children with you, wait for warm weather as the children jump around among the stones in the riverbed. Back to the starting point you must probably go back the same way. Good marking at the bottom is missing.

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    • June 22, 2018

  • Barney

    An adventure for the whole family, go contrary, then the highlights come to the end

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    • July 20, 2018

  • Karol

    The bike has to be worn in some places.

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    • September 30, 2018

  • Ahmad

    the most amazing and surreal place I have ever seen... yet :)

    • August 13, 2016

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Location: Upper Palatinate, Bavaria, Germany

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