This Highlight is in a protected area
Please check local regulations for: Strümpfelbachtal
We were here again today.
Of course it is still as beautiful as before. A B E R: The entire Strümpfelbach valley is always full. A pearl necklace of people pushes itself along the stream. So on Sundays it is unfortunately not nearly as quiet as we have got to know. You could see my Neckermann tours have opened up a new destination for themselves.
In the past (and not so long ago) it was just a little insider tip!
May 17, 2020
The nature reserve "Strümpfelbachtal" lies in the area of the communities Althütte, Kaisersbach and Rudersberg in the Rems-Murr-Kreis in Baden-Württemberg.- typical Keuper blades
- charming forest valley with watercourse and springs
- Hiking tip: "Idyllische Straße Tour B - Brunnen- und Bächlestour" (hohenlohe-schwaebischhall.de/erlebnis/tourenplaner/Tour/idyllische-strasse-tour-b-althuette-brunnen-und-baechlestour-2 /)
- Highly frequented during holiday periods and on weekends or when the weather is great for hiking
- People who prefer more "peace and quiet" are not recommended to visit during the summer months / holiday periodsPlease note - it is a nature reserve - stay on the way!
For "good" photos, some "hobby corona hikers" unfortunately cross this limit and walk, for example, along the stream instead of staying on the path!
naturschutzgebiete.org/haben-im-naturschutzgebiet- The nature of the path through the entire "Strümpfelbachtal" depends on the weather, when it rains, etc. it can be very slippery and muddy in places, surefootedness is highly recommended
October 3, 2020
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