Schwäbische Alb planned a hike.
January 23, 2020
The last stage of the Donau-Zollernalb-Weg takes you high up to the highest mountain in the Swabian Jura. With its 1,015 meters in height, Lviv is the front runner and the culmination of the long-distance hiking trail. With its 12 km route you can take the hike relaxed. But still plan the route from Lemberg to Gosheim, where you will then have access to public transport.From Schömberg you hike past the reservoir and uphill in the forest to the Ottilien chapel. The path leads you comfortably up the mountain to Hummelsee near Delkhofen. The perfect place to take a break and unpack Vespers. With fresh energy it goes uphill, slowly the slope becomes crisp. At the ruins of Oberhohenberg, you broke the thousand mark.Soon you can see the Lviv Tower in the distance. You hike a bit down to the Lemberger saddle. Here the path meets the Donauberglandweg. From now on it's the final spurt: on the last 700 meters you climb another 90 meters and finally stand at the Lembergturm, the destination of the Donau-Zollernalb-Weg.The 34 meter high strand is also called the "Eiffel Tower of the Swabian Jura". The skeleton construction is at least a little reminiscent of the French model. And the view is at least as fantastic: On clear days you can see as far as the Alps in the south, the Black Forest in the west and the Stuttgart TV tower in the north. You have more than earned this magnificent panoramic view! 160 kilometers and almost 4,500 vertical meters are behind you - peppered with memories of beautiful landscapes.From Lemberg you walk about half an hour to Gosheim. From there you can take the bus to Rottweil or Tuttlingen, where you have a connection to the train network.
January 27, 2020