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Von Hinterlangenbach über den Wilden See zur Darmstädter Hütte (Schwarzwald Nord)

05:18
8.33 mi
1.6 mph
1,550 ft
1,650 ft
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Tour Overview

Starting Point
1.33 mi
Wegkreuz Ehemalige Falzhütte
1.41 mi
1.53 mi
2.41 mi
Baumhindernisse am Wildseewegle
2.68 mi
3.30 mi
3.40 mi
3.40 mi
Wildseeblick
Blick zur Darmstädter Hütte vom Michael-Glaser-Weg
4.09 mi
4.10 mi
4.57 mi
5.39 mi
Aufstieg zum Schwarzkopf
alter Grenzstein Württemberg-Baden
5.81 mi
5.82 mi
Starthäuschen am Skihang Seibelseckle
6.78 mi
7.17 mi
7.17 mi
Harfentanne
7.56 mi
7.56 mi
Rastplatz Kesselbachbrücke
Rotwildgehege Hinterlangenbach
7.83 mi
7.94 mi
8.33 mi
Destination

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haertera went for a hike.

September 20, 2020

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Comments

  • haertera

    Start: Forest parking lot at the end of the street after the Hotel Auerhahn
    On the tour you will roam through the oldest protected forest in Baden-Württemberg, the Wilder See-Hornisgrinde protected forest, which was already designated in 1911. Here you can be amazed at what is developing on and under the dead wood. Behind the lake, a steep path with tree obstacles leads up to the Seekopf, where the Wildseeblick offers another view of the lake. The Michael-Glaser-Weg leads to the Darmstädter Hütte, where you can regain your strength. The way to the Seibelseckle follows the Westweg (red diamond) over a great high path with a beautiful view. From the Seibelseckle parking lot, it goes along the Kesselbach back down to Hinterlangenbach.

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    • September 21, 2020

  • haertera

    You can skip the steep path over the Schwarzkopf (1060m) and follow the Westweg to the Seibelseckle. This leads around the Schwarzkopf on the left. The path is now quite overgrown with grasses and heather.

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    • September 21, 2020

  • haertera

    One lake - two names
    The wild lake is also often called the wild lake. So also on the modern hiking trail signs. Personally, I like the name Wilder See better, which clearly distinguishes it from the Wildsee in the Kaltenbronn high moor, which is only a few kilometers away.

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    • September 21, 2020

  • Wolny Strzelec

    That must be a sign! I was just wondering where to go today😊

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    • September 21, 2020

  • Kauai

    Nice round. We did that years ago.
    We skipped Schwarzkopf then and also 4 weeks ago. The path always looked overgrown. The path to the left is a nice narrow path.

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    • September 21, 2020

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