The Bildsteinfelsen can be hiked from almost all directions. The paths and paths are different in length, some are quite comfortable, others are sweaty. You can reach the vantage point of Altglashütten and the Windgfällweiher, Raitenbucher Höhe, Fischbach, the Kohlplatz, Schluchsee, the Stutz woods, or Aha and the steep serpentine path. The blue rhombus of the Schwarzwaldvereinweg from Lenzkirch to the Feldberg leads over the picture stone.
The actual, more than 70 meters high rock slope, which is getting steeper and upwards and have blown from the wind and weather over millennia any humus layer and washed down, stands out in the last few meters from the spruce, fir and beech mixed forest. The picture stone is 1138 meters high and drops vertically to the east. The vantage point itself is finally climbed to two dozen concrete steps that have been adapted to the weathered and mossy rock. From several benches you can now enjoy the panoramic view - an already unique panorama. Nowhere else can you find the Schluchsee so magnificent in almost its entire length from Seebrugg to Aha. If the conditions are right you can even see the Alpine panorama in the distance.
June 5, 2017
The picture stone is 1138 meters high and drops vertically to the east. The vantage point itself is finally climbed to two dozen concrete steps that have been adapted to the weathered and mossy rock. From several benches you can now enjoy the panoramic view.
April 27, 2019
The picture stone is located on the pleasure trail "Jägersteig". From the summit you have almost a perfect panoramic view of the Schluchsee. Even a small Vesper break is nothing in the way, benches available, ascent over a few steps, no great difficulty.
July 24, 2019
This fantastic viewpoint is like a gift, especially when the view of the Alps becomes clear in the middle of summer. There is a nice table with a bench, barbecue and relaxation lounger ... we took various rubbish with us from people who still didn't understand how valuable unspoiled nature is - too bad.
July 5, 2020
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