Etappe 2: Vom Deutschen Haus zum Wasserberghaus – Albtraufgänger
Hiking Highlight (Segment)
Schwäbische Alb planned a hike.
January 23, 2020
At almost 24 kilometers, this stage is the longest of the Albtrauffer, but offers you fantastic views and many highlights. The beautiful nature leads to the Aichelberg, the shape of its truncated cone reminiscent of its volcanic origin. You take turns walking through idyllic forests, small towns and across vast meadows.From Bad Boll you march up a high path to the so-called Tempele. From the pavilion built in 1824 - formerly known as the Belvedere - you have a wonderful view of the Lower Filstal and the three imperial mountains Rechberg, Stuifen and Hohenstaufen. Then the route runs through the Boller Heide to the fruit trail, where you can see a sea of flowers in spring. Ripe apples are waiting for you in late summer.You hike relaxed through the hilly landscape over forested peaks and through calm valleys. From the fox corner you can enjoy a wonderful panorama and the further route meanders along the edge of the forest with great views. The Wasserberghaus of the Albverein awaits you with regional delicacies and is your destination today.
January 29, 2020