Heslacher Wasserfälle

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  • Karl

    Granted, waterfalls are a little high, but that's the name of it. Stuttgart suffered constantly from lack of water, therefore, the water of the park lakes above - Pfaffen-, Bear and New Lake - over the artificially created until 1575 Herzog Christoph Stollen directly to the Stuttgart stream, the Nesenbach directed (on the Neckar is Cannstatt, Stuttgart is located on Nesenbach - guess where I come from?). This then created these waterfalls.

    Very nice to look at, a nice Wegle leads down to it and, as the water disappears again in a tunnel below the later-created railway line, again steeply uphill.

    Careful, not easy to walk, slippery. Of course, the waterfalls are particularly appealing after days of heavy rain. Beautiful continuation on the other side of the railway line, along the Bächles by the Heideklinge in the direction of Nesenbach.

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    • 21/07/2018

  • Dotams Mum

    Nice Sunday afternoon walk for the whole family with children from 6 years. It has a few unpaved roads, so that adventure can come up. All in all, everything is fine and not too long.

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    • 04/09/2016

  • The Walking Dad

    The Heslacher waterfalls are located in the Heidenklinge, a steeply cut wooded valley in the district of Stuttgart Heslach. They originated when, to improve the supply of the Stuttgart city brook Nesenbach spring water of the Upper Glems in Stuttgart Pfaffenwald diverted, collected in the local park lakes and then derived via the Christophstollen to Heidenklinge, from where the water ran down the natural gradient following in Nesenbachtal.

    Source: Wikipedia

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    • 24/12/2017

  • Gero Lange

    At first I see a nice tour. Starting point and waterfalls are very nice. Then unfortunately, towards the end of the tour, along roads and through residential area.
    Attention, some parts definitely not suitable for prams!
    Waterfalls are difficult to tackle, as they are slippery and level.

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    • 28/05/2017

  • Wanderklaus

    Hidden in the forest are these waterfalls. A real insider tip.

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    • 15/08/2017

  • micha

    great place and great nature in the middle of Stuttgart hinterland.

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    • 21/05/2017

  • Reini

    A great hiking trail through nature, in close proximity to the city

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    • 09/09/2017

  • micha

    beautiful place in the middle of Stuttgart's surroundings. a beautiful spot of nature.

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    • 21/05/2017

  • Jan

    Nice little piece of hiking trail. At the moment the waterfall is more of a trickle.

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    • 04/11/2018

  • 🚶‍♂️ HARALD M. 🚶

    The Heslacher waterfalls are located in the Heidenklinge, a steeply cut wooded valley in the district of Stuttgart Heslach. They originated when, to improve the supply of the Stuttgart city brook Nesenbach spring water of the Upper Glems in Stuttgart Pfaffenwald diverted, collected in the local park lakes and then derived via the Christophstollen to Heidenklinge, from where the water ran down the natural gradient following in Nesenbachtal.more: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heslacher_Wasserf%C3%A4lle

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    • 16/04/2019

  • Franz1948

    Rundgang Achtopf-Jumping-Heart-Jesus-Mountain-Razorblades

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    • 28/10/2015

  • Georg

    Currently (18.05.2019) the access to the waterfalls was blocked. Duration unknown, as no information available.

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    • 6 days ago

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Location: in Stuttgart District, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

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