In the north of Menzenschwand, the Menzenschwander Alb has buried itself in a hard granite rocky rock. When crossing the rock, the river forms several waterfalls. From the side of the gorge, waterfalls plunge into the depths, some of which have been artificially created.
At 10 km with manageable ascents and descents offers the hiker an impressive landscape. The German hiking institute has certified the trail as a "gourmet trail" and thus made sure that already existing paths became a new attraction for lovers of the Black Forest. Varied near and far views, numerous benches with a view, interesting geological features such as remnants of the glaciers that formed the headwaters of Krunkelbach and Menzenschwander Alb 100,000 years ago, as well as the uranium deposits on the Rappenfelsen, wide pastures with their goats and backwoods cattle that are not are responsible only for the keeping of pastures, but also with their cheese and the meat from the "Hinterwälder Weiderind" in the nearby inns offer the best regional cuisine. The promised "enjoyment" is reality everywhere, not only for the senses, but also with many information boards for the mind.