The approximately 300 million year old so-called "wollsackverwitterten" granite humps line the path in the nature reserve Lautenfelsen. Layered by Buntsandsteinschichten they sat down once on the floor of the primeval sea. Then the Upper Rhine Graben broke several hundred meters deep and the granite came to light again. The State Nature Conservation Administration has set up a new, approximately 3.2 km long circular route informing about this nature reserve.
Source: Black Forest Tourism.info
September 7, 2019
Right at the ascent to the Lautenfelsen is an information board with geo-ecological information about this natural highlight. There are several paths on the rock itself to explore it closer. If you are lucky, the rest bench next to the summit cross will be empty and you can settle there to enjoy the magnificent view with a snack.
April 10, 2020
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