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Von Bahnhof Schaffhausen zum Rheinfall, beide Seiten

Von Bahnhof Schaffhausen zum Rheinfall, beide Seiten

02:23
6.47 mi
2.7 mph
575 ft
525 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
24 yd
"Zum Ritter"
Zeughaus (Beschreibung siehe nächstes Foto)
0.32 mi
0.32 mi
0.38 mi
0.41 mi
Wer erkennt den ursprünglichen Zweck dieses Erkers ?
0.59 mi
Staustufe und Kraftwerk. Hier der Einlauf.
Selbst eine Unterführung kann angenehm erscheinen.
... hier der Auslauf
Zwei von drei Toren waren offen
Ein Ersatztor liegt bereit
Großer Portalkran steht über dem Ersatztor.
hier beginnt der links-rheinische Wanderweg
vor dem Tunneleingang bietet sich der Aussichtspunkt rechts an ...
... Blich zurück auf Stauwehr und Kraftwerk
1.25 mi
Schönes Schnitzwerk an einem alten Gebäude
1.62 mi
Flurlingen mit seinen alten Fachwerkhäusern ...
... und mit zahlreichen Brunnen.
2.32 mi
den Wanderweg direkt entlang des Rheins teilt man sich mit Velo-Fahrern (und ...innen)
Zum Rheinfall geht's gleich nach der Rechtskurve. Oben thront Schloss Laufen
2.65 mi
Eisenbahnbrücke mit Wanderweg, direkt oberhalb des Falls.
Lohnenswerter Abstecher auf die Halbinsel im Rhein - hier geht's los !
die vordere Spitze der Halbinsel
Die blaue Libelle wollte nicht sitzenbleiben ... dann also den Pils fotografiert.
3.04 mi
3.33 mi
so sieht es bei etwa 780m³/Sekunde Durchfluß aus (etwa 20% über dem normalen Sommerstand)
3.38 mi
3.40 mi
Dieses Erlebnis gibt es für 5 SFr Eintritt. Hier aus der Grotte ...
... und hier auf der tieferliegenden Aussichtsplatform.
kurze Überfahrt zum Nordufer (3 SFr, am Kiosk vor der Abfahrt bezahlen)
4.53 mi
4.87 mi
Rückweg auf der rechts-rheinischen Seite. Recht viel Asphalt.
5.20 mi
stückweise ohne Asphalt. Auf der anderen Seite: Flurlingen.
6.36 mi
markanter Obertorturm von Schaffhausen. Links geht's zum Bahnhof, rechts zur Altstadt.
zurück am Bahnhof, der Kreis schliesst sich.
6.47 mi
Destination

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Ewu went for a hike.

July 20, 2021

Comments

  • Ewu

    Schaffhausen is always worth a visit. For me it is exciting to walk through the alleys and squares of the old town.
    Today I want to go left-Rhenish to the Rhine Falls, there by boat to the other bank, then up the stairs on the fall and right-Rhenish back to town.
    It is very easy to get here by train.
    Overall, the path can be walked well.
    As a transition to the south bank, I choose the barrage. There you can feel the power of the Rhine for the first time. The path then leads over long stretches under shady trees. In any case, it is worth taking a detour to the small peninsula in the Rhine just before the path to Laufen Castle climbs. This is where the first water stages of the Rhine Falls begin. You stand right next to it and can hang your feet in it.
    There is a free exit to the boats at the castle. I choose the exit from the castle courtyard for 5 SFr (can be purchased at a machine in the courtyard). Only then can I get to the grotto and the viewing platform directly on or above the fall. It's breathtaking how the spray wets your skin!
    Often the boats go to the opposite bank in shuttle operation. You can buy a ticket from 3 SFr "simply" at the counter at the landing stage.
    Then I walk around the large basin of the falls, up the stairs right next to the water, and the hiking trail along the Rhine.
    The path leads me up a long steep staircase under the railroad. There I have a nice view back over the natural spectacle and walk through a small park back to the Obertorturm and from there to the train station.
    My impression ?
    Overall, the trip was very worth it. I will visit the old town and the various sights such as the Munot another time. The waterfall, which only appeared in this form after the last ice age, is an experience in summer when the water level in Lake Constance is high (but also in winter when the grotto is iced over when the temperature is below zero).

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    • July 21, 2021

  • Malizia

    Hello Ewu, thank you for all of your interesting information and participation. While reading your comments I really felt like repeating your tour .... 🥰👍🥰

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    • July 21, 2021

  • Ewu

    I'm glad if you like it too, Malizia.

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    • July 21, 2021

  • Beate 🐕🍀

    Hello Ewu, really a cool tour! 👍
    It's a worthwhile option, especially now with all the water🤩. thanks for the tip

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    • July 21, 2021

  • Ewu

    Thank you Beate. Maybe you allow yourself a little more time in the city than I did.

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    • July 21, 2021

  • Beate 🐕🍀

    Thank you for the tip dear Ewu👍!
    Could it be that picture 9 was a lavatory or that water was poured out through the gap? I mean, I've read something like that ... 🤔

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    • July 21, 2021

  • Ewu

    I am currently reading a book about the Middle Ages. That's why it looks the same for me ... 🤓

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    • July 21, 2021

  • Beate 🐕🍀

    I'm also interested in things like that. 👍
    It would be worthwhile to take part in a city tour. That would be explained for sure ...!
    Have a nice evening 🤩

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    • July 21, 2021

Ewu

Von Bahnhof Schaffhausen zum Rheinfall, beide Seiten