Wolfschlucht

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Recommended by 192 out of 198 hikers

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  • Dosch

    The Wolf Canyon is definitely worth a visit! But only with sturdy shoes and sure-footedness. For children an adventure highlight of a special kind. Parents beware! The difficult section of the gorge can also be avoided, signs available.

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    • October 3, 2017

  • Lutz Heilmann

    Wonderfully rustic gorge, where you have to look for the way ever. A real insider tip and the character very different than the much better known Monbachtal, which is nearby.

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    • May 31, 2018

  • Gassi-Touren

    The Wolfsschlucht is a steep side valley of the Nagoldtal near Calw-Ernstmühl. An earth path leads through the gorge near a lively foaming stream with small waterfallsThe Wolfsschlucht is next to the Monbachschlucht near Bad Liebenzell the second of the fascinating rock and waterfall gorges and leads from Ottenbronn to Ernstmühl. It is steeper and wilder than the more famous Monbachschlucht, an adventurous hiking trail on which numerous stone steps are supposed to make the ascent easier, leads up towards Ottenbronn. With its mighty boulders and slabs, the innumerable small cascades and swirls as well as the mossy, fern-covered stones and tree stumps, this wild gorge is definitely a hike and definitely worth a detour.

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    • February 1, 2020

  • freischneider

    Super gorge in the beginning not easy. So good shoes and safe kick.

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    • June 15, 2019

  • Feline

    Beautiful short adventurous gorge. But you definitely need sturdy shoes.
    The beginning of the gorge is easy to walk on, later it becomes steep and surefootedness is required.
    If you don't want to climb, shortly after the sign "alpine terrain" on the right a small path goes out of the gorge to a path.

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    • May 17, 2020

  • KoF

    Beautiful gorge with part of challenging walks

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    • July 30, 2019

  • Jürgen aus Sifi

    Very beautiful gorge, which one does not suspect here. Good surefootedness is required.

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    • January 14, 2020

  • Sigrid

    Wildly romantic gorge with adventure character. You can choose between an easier path and a slightly more difficult path that leads directly into the gorge. You should be sure-footed and be able to climb a few stones.

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    • March 28, 2020

  • 5_unterwegs

    Very nice gorge. With us at the end of April, unfortunately without water.

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    • April 26, 2020

  • Dan

    ATTENTION (28.07.2019): Beware of WESPENNEST in the ground, built directly in the way!In the area where the Wolf Canyon is signposted as particularly difficult, you come to a place where you have to move to the right to a higher level, if you do not want to scramble through the creek bed. The second, well-trodden path upwards houses an impressive wasp nest in the ground just before the actual path! The spot is not entirely safe, as it goes down pretty steeply.
    So keep your eyes open where to step!

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    • July 28, 2019

  • Petra

    Very adventurous section. Sure-footedness and sturdy footwear are essential

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    • August 12, 2019

  • Gassi-Touren

    The Wolfsschlucht is a steep side valley of the Nagoldtal near Calw-Ernstmühl. An earth path leads through the gorge near a lively foaming stream with small waterfallsThe Wolfsschlucht is next to the Monbachschlucht near Bad Liebenzell the second of the fascinating rock and waterfall gorges and leads from Ottenbronn to Ernstmühl. It is steeper and wilder than the more famous Monbachschlucht, an adventurous hiking trail on which numerous stone steps are supposed to make the ascent easier, leads up towards Ottenbronn. With its mighty boulders and slabs, the innumerable small cascades and swirls as well as the mossy, fern-covered stones and tree stumps, this wild gorge is definitely a hike and definitely worth a detour.

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    • February 1, 2020

  • AK

    Proper hiking boots are recommended, if you want to go to the upper part, they are mandatory for me.

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    • April 6, 2020

  • Stephan

    Stephan
    The Wolfsschlucht is an experience for adults and children.
    Sturdy footwear and surefootedness is a must.
    Unfortunately on June 2nd, 2020 there was no water in the gorge.

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    • June 2, 2020

  • UweG

    Nice, alpine trail that requires surefootedness and good shoes. The gorge is nice and cool even on hot days.

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    • June 29, 2020

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