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Mathildenstaffeln

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  • Rika123

    Mathilde facility:
    - also called the "Mathildenstaffeln"
    - at the lower Emberger head near Bad Teinach / Calw district
    - over 600 levels
    - historical site that is a listed building
    - with stone resting and resting places
    - probably initiated by Queen Charlotte Auguste Mathilde von Württemberg (1766 - 1828) and named after her
    - However, it is assumed that she hardly visited this facility, since it has been very full in her last decades.
    - Challenging route, sturdy footwear and fitness recommended.

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    • September 7, 2019

  • Dosch

    The Mathildenanlage is a section with around 600 steps on which you can climb the heights of Emberg. Very demanding, but definitely recommended. Please note sturdy shoes!

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    • August 27, 2017

  • haertera

    The staircase and sandstone benches are harmoniously integrated into the forest. About 600 steps you reach the height of Emberg after some effort. On the way you also pass impressive federal sandstone formations.

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    • September 9, 2019

  • UweG

    The complex was named after the queen widow Charlotte Auguste Mathilde von Württemberg (1766 - 1828). This path system with stone resting and resting places was probably built at her instigation. The Mathildenstaffeln, a staircase of over 600 steps that leads from Bad Teinach to Emberg, also starts from here.

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    • March 9, 2020

  • UweG

    The complex was named after the queen widow Charlotte Auguste Mathilde von Württemberg (1766 - 1828). This path system with stone resting and resting places was probably built at her instigation. The Mathildenstaffeln, a staircase of over 600 steps that leads from Bad Teinach to Emberg, also starts from here.

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    • March 31, 2020

  • WanderWelten Teinachtal

    These approx. 600 levels are demanding and unique

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    • May 5, 2020

  • Kauai

    The Mathildenstaffeln, the most beautiful staircase in the Black Forest. 700 rock steps lead 200 meters in altitude from Bad Teinach up to the fields of Emberg.
    They were created in honor of Queen Mathilde.

    See also: teinachtal.de/de/unsere-heimat/freizeitangebote/bad-teinach-zavelstein/mathildenanlage

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    • March 23, 2019

  • Kalli

    Beautiful ascent over moss-covered stairs.

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    • February 9, 2020

  • WanderWelten Teinachtal

    The Mathildenanlage with its stone benches

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    • May 5, 2020

  • ROLFST

    Well-developed path with 600 steps. This historic complex is characterized by walking paths in southern half-height at the lower Emberger Kopf. It was named after the queen widow Charlotte Auguste Mathilde von Württemberg (1766 - 1828); the first queen of the country.

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    • November 6, 2020

  • Petra 🇺🇦 🌞💐🥳🥾🚴

    Has anyone ever counted these levels? One thing is for sure, it is exhausting to go up here. But this rocky landscape is very impressive and worth a detour. The Mathildenstaffel has it all.

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    • February 27, 2021

  • Petra 🇺🇦 🌞💐🥳🥾🚴

    Mathildenstaffel has it all .... It goes steeply up viiiiiieeeeele unequal stairs.

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    • March 11, 2021

  • Jörg

    nice historical remnant. Ideal for checking your own blood pressure, heart rate and muscle strength.
    I would recommend the up direction for hiking.
    Is there a Mathilden relay mountain run challenge?

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    • May 31, 2021

  • micnolf

    the ascent over the Mathilden plant is tough, but definitely worth it 🥾

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    • April 13, 2021

  • Lisa im Ländle

    It's terrible to run in bad weather - whoever goes up or down ...

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    • May 13, 2021

  • Doktorbike

    Great ascent over an endless number of stone steps. Poor Mathilde. Good shoes and good thighs are required here. But it's a lot of fun 👍🏻

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    • October 13, 2021

  • Andi

    This historical complex is characterized by footpaths in a southern half-height location on the lower Emberger Kopf. It was named after the Dowager Queen Charlotte Auguste Mathilde von Württemberg (1766 – 1828); the first queen of the country.

    It was probably at her instigation that these paths were built in the Emberg Forest with stone resting and resting places. This is also where the "Mathildenstaffeln" begin, a set of stairs with over 600 steps that lead from Bad Teinach to Emberg. It can be assumed that she hardly ever visited these facilities, as she was already very plump in her last decade of life.

    As a sign of appreciation, Mathilde bequeathed a foundation to the spa, from the proceeds of which 50 guilders were earmarked annually for the traditional Jacobi Festival (better known today as the Hahnentanz and Festival of Lights).

    See lokalmatador.de/urlaubsziel/mathildenanlage-895

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    • June 26, 2021

  • ROLFST

    Almost there after 600 steps.

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    • February 28, 2021

  • Markus

    😅

    • May 10, 2021

  • Wolfe-Osti

    5 minutes 🤣 - you might manage it when falling. Fantastically beautiful path and worth every drop of sweat. At least

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    • May 28, 2021

  • Catweazle

    Schnauf ... there are a few steps to go if you want to go all the way to the top, the Teinacher. You should be a bit practiced and sure-footed. Some of them are big kicks. Have a quick drink of mineral water at the Teinach bench beforehand - you can work up a sweat here 😅

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    • September 22, 2021

  • Lisa im Ländle

    One up and one down

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    • October 14, 2021

  • X4fun

    to master interesting design with perseverance

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    • October 20, 2021

  • Alexander P.

    Very nice (exhausting) 👍

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    • November 15, 2021


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Location: Bad Teinach-Zavelstein, Calw, Karlsruhe District, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

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  • Uphill225 ft
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