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Schwäbische Alb

Etappe 13: Von Jungingen bis Burgfelden – Albsteig (HW1)

Etappe 13: Von Jungingen bis Burgfelden – Albsteig (HW1)

Difficult
06:30
13.9 mi
2.1 mph
2,125 ft
1,125 ft
Expert Hiking Tour. Very good fitness required. Mostly accessible paths. Sure-footedness required.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
1.41 mi
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Himberg

Hiking Highlight

4.54 mi
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Hangender Stein

Hiking Highlight

13.7 mi
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Böllat

Hiking Highlight

13.9 mi
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Burgfelden

Hiking Highlight

Tour Profile

Waytypes

Mountain Hiking Path: < 109 yd
Hiking Path: 6.30 mi
Path: 5.80 mi
Footpath: 1.08 mi
Street: 0.59 mi
Road: 293 yd

Surfaces

Natural: 6.62 mi
Unpaved: 4.19 mi
Gravel: 1.47 mi
Paved: 0.72 mi
Asphalt: 0.86 mi
Unknown: 151 yd

Weather Forecast

Schwäbische Alb planned a hike.

January 17, 2020

Comments

  • Schwäbische Alb

    The Hohenzollern Castle is your constant companion on the 13th stage. Although you cannot get there directly via the Albsteig, there are always perfect views of the majestic castle complex.In a zigzag with numerous switchbacks, you can get from Jungingen to the Himberg, which is also called the Hoher Berg. The Killertal, Hohenzollern Castle and Raichberg are just a few highlights that you can see from up here. We continue through dense forests to the hanging stone, which is more than just a grand viewpoint. It is a mighty limestone rock of the Upper Jurassic, which splits off further and further from the Albtrauf.Several mountains give you an ever new perspective on the beautiful landscape and the Hohenzollern Castle. Then it goes down to Burgfelden at the end of the day, where you can stay in the Landglück holiday apartment.

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    • January 22, 2020

Schwäbische Alb

Etappe 13: Von Jungingen bis Burgfelden – Albsteig (HW1)