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Kegeltalwegle Kaltenbronn Diebstich

04:34
8.43 mi
1.8 mph
1,125 ft
1,175 ft
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Tour Overview

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109 yd
0.34 mi
0.52 mi
1.13 mi
1.44 mi
1.57 mi
2.93 mi
2.98 mi
3.04 mi
4.06 mi
4.69 mi
5.37 mi
5.38 mi
8.34 mi
8.43 mi

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haertera went for a hike.

June 19, 2020

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Comments

  • haertera

    The Kegeltalwegle starts at the sports field in Sprollenhaus. The grass path, which was wide at the beginning, later became a trail and was partly overgrown. After approx. 2.3 km you reach the end of the path, where a wooden plank bridge once led over the Kegelbach. But you can easily cross the stream over large stones and reach the Sprollenwasenweg. If you only want to do the 5 km circular route, walk left back to the sports field. Otherwise, the tour continues up to Kaltenbronn, where you can visit the nature protection center or stop at the Hotel Sarbacher. The route continues from the stone bridge uphill on the Diebstichweg (blue route) to Diebstich (960 m), the highest point in the district of Calw. This is where the Grenzweg (Volzweg) begins, a narrow hiking trail (often marshy) along the old Württemberg / Baden border. As soon as you meet the first gravel path, the way back to Sprollenhaus leads to the left (yellow route). You can just follow the signposted path or my route.

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    • June 19, 2020

  • haertera

    Long trousers and walking shoes are recommended for the Kegelbachwegle. There are some damp spots and ticks in the tall grass. The path is signposted with a yellow diamond, but in poor condition. Therefore only recommended for "adventurers".

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    • June 19, 2020

  • Nicolet

    thanks for the tip

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    • June 23, 2020

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