Nebelhöhle

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Recommended by 139 out of 145 hikers

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  • Sandra

    Be sure to go in! To find are: sawn-off stalactite, a secret hiding place, fabulous stalactite figures and a light show of the extra class. Including Dino at the exit.

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    • October 7, 2014

  • Sandra

    In 1519, Duke Ulrich of Württemberg is said to have hidden himself in front of the Swabian Confederation in this dark and cold cave for about two weeks during the day, then a few miles later at Schloss Lichtenstein. In any case, Wilhelm Hauff writes in his novel "Lichtenstein" from 1826. His alleged hiding place can still be found in this cave today.

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    • March 28, 2015

  • Thorsten

    Already since 1596 there is the so-called cave tourism and 1715 appeared the first printed cave description - cave visits have a long tradition here. Accordingly, the cave is touristy worked up and a visit is a special experience dar. It is accessible to about 450 m. The temperature is 8-10 ° Celsius all year round - you should have something warm to put on. The cave is committed on its own, so there are no waiting times.
    Incidentally, the Maultaschenwirtshaus is an excellent place to stop off.
    Opening hours:
    25th March - 31st October: daily 9:00 - 17:30
    November + March: Sat. + Sun + public holidays 9am - 5pm, autumn holidays: daily 9am - 5pm
    December - February: winter break and bat protection
    hoehlenwelten-sonnenbuehl.de

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    • October 2, 2016

  • Roman Domhardt + Zera vom Laucherttal

    The fog cave is a stalactite cave with impressive stalagmites, stalactites and stalagmites.
    In the entrance area of the second hall you go through a whole forest of stalactites. Some even reach up to the cave ceiling
    So, according to legend, the cave was discovered. Supposedly, Duke Ulrich of Württemberg - when he was evicted - used as a shelter. You can read this in the novel Lichtenstein by Wilhelm Hauff.

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    • January 26, 2017

  • Olaf

    When you get there, you should eat or drink in the restaurant at the cave entrance
    Then you look at this great cave

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    • September 2, 2017

  • Reini

    Beautiful cave, colorfully lit dripping stones. Absolute recommendation !!

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    • March 23, 2017

  • Alex

    A classic on the Alb, very worth seeing. If you are early, you may have the cave almost to yourself.
    Large free car park directly at the cave, which is also the starting point for walks after the cave visit. For example along the Albtrauf past beautiful viewpoints to Lichtenstein Castle.
    In addition, a large barbecue area.

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    • June 28, 2018

  • Arne

    € 4.50 per person! But worth it

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    • August 1, 2018

  • Jan

    Tip: Take a look at the cave when the weather is really uncomfortable outside. It makes you feel much better in the cave.
    When you're outside again, you can go looking for the fog hole. One is quite surprised where one was shortly underground.

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    • April 9, 2019

  • Roman Domhardt + Zera vom Laucherttal

    The fog cave is a stalactite cave with impressive stalagmites, stalactites and stalagmites.
    In the entrance area of the second hall you go through a whole forest of stalactites. Some even reach up to the cave ceiling.
    de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nebelh%C3%B6hle

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    • January 26, 2017

  • Gerhard (admin)

    Very nice and interesting cave. The stairs at the entrance can be exhausting and most of the time the floor is quite slippery.

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    • November 10, 2018

  • baschtltour

    You can move freely in the fog cave for a reasonable entrance fee

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    • July 22, 2019

  • Conny

    Even dogs are allowed into it with a great experience

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    • April 27, 2018

  • Miri

    Very nice cave that you can visit without a guide. Through some smaller byways one has a bit of explorer feeling and is not simply passed through. In certain ways, good footwear is recommended because it can be slippery. In addition, the ceiling height is very low in some places.
    Opening hours are approx. Beginning of April to end of October daily 9.00 - 17.30 o'clock, last admission 17.00 o'clock. Admission for adults costs € 4.50 (as of 04.10.2019).

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    • October 4, 2019

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Location: Sonnenbühl, Reutlingen, Tübingen District, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

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