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Murrhardt - Trauzenbachtal

Murrhardt - Trauzenbachtal

02:32
7.67 mi
3.0 mph
725 ft
500 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
399 yd
Kurz hinter Murrhardt
Der Teich beim Fratzenbrunnen
Der Fratzenbrunnen
0.50 mi
0.52 mi
Fratzenbrunnen
Trauzenbach
0.88 mi
Trauzenbach
Trauzenbach
Weg im Trauzenbachtal
Trauzenbach
Brücke im Trauzenbachtal
1.40 mi
Blick hinab zum Trauzenbach
Trauzenbach
Gesteinsformation im Trauzenbachtal
Gesteinsformation im Trauzenbachtal
1.61 mi
1.78 mi
Froschlaich
Hördter Mühle
2.00 mi
2.02 mi
Hördter Mühle
Teich bei der Hördter Mühle
2.50 mi
Trauzenbach
3.20 mi
Altes Ortsschild von Trauzenbach
4.17 mi
Hochebene
4.31 mi
5.15 mi
Lustige Ortsnamen
Ziegen in Hintermurrhärle
5.75 mi
Galloway-Rinder bei Vordermurrhärle
Galloway-Rinder bei Vordermurrhärle
Rosa Sitzbank
5.80 mi
6.23 mi
Hoffeld
7.67 mi
Destination

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jobo went for a hike.

March 28, 2021

Comments

  • jobo

    Today's tour starts at the sports fields or at the outdoor pool in Murrhardt. There is enough parking space here. Our path goes straight ahead from the parking lot towards the forest. First we come to the grimacing fountain. The fountain is well worth seeing with its stone source spirits. It continues through the wild and romantic Trauzenbachtal. We follow the marking "Blue Cross". The path mostly runs parallel to the stream. Sometimes you feel like you are in a ravine gorge. Waterfalls and moss-covered trees line our path. At the end of the valley is the Hördter mill. This is very idyllic at the end of the Trauzenbach valley. The mill was built in 1763 and is in very beautiful condition. After we have left the valley we come to Trauzenbach. From there, a small and narrow tar road leads us to Frankenweiler. Behind this hamlet we come back to a meadow or forest path. We follow the marked path and enjoy the view of the plateau. We now have to walk a short distance on the country road in the direction of Kieselhof. Then the path runs again to the left, parallel to the road. We get through front and back grumbling. The paved path then leads us to Hoffeld. Behind the village we go into the forest up to an elevated position. Do not follow the marking there, but turn left. After a short time the path ends on the country road. Now walk approx. 100 m upwards and then immediately turn right into the forest path. This forest path brings us back to the sports field in Murrhardt.You can find more tours on my homepage at the following URL berg-len-outdoor.de/touren/deutschland

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Murrhardt - Trauzenbachtal