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Stadtradeln, die 13te : Haslach - Hornberg - Schwanenbach - St. Georgen - Stöcklewaldturm - Weißenbach - Rohrhardsberg - Tafelbühl - Hörnleberg - Elzach - Biereck - Breitebene - Haslach

Stadtradeln, die 13te : Haslach - Hornberg - Schwanenbach - St. Georgen - Stöcklewaldturm - Weißenbach - Rohrhardsberg - Tafelbühl - Hörnleberg - Elzach - Biereck - Breitebene - Haslach

06:38
63.2 mi
9.5 mph
6,950 ft
6,875 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
6.82 mi
Der Vogtsbauernhof im Museum Vogtsbauernhof
6.83 mi
11.7 mi
Hornberg
14.5 mi
Igelloch
18.9 mi
Aussicht Holops
20.4 mi
Staude
22.0 mi
Blick nach St. Georgen
26.1 mi
Hirzbauernhof mit Brigachquelle
Brigachquelle
Brigachquelle
Bierbrunnen an der Brigachquelle
Hirzbauernhof an der Brigachquelle
Hirzbauernhof
27.6 mi
Historischer Galgen
28.3 mi
Stöcklewaldturm
29.3 mi
An der Gutachquelle
Hubertuskapelle
30.6 mi
Der Blick reicht bis zur Hornisgrinde
32.9 mi
Reinertonishof
33.6 mi
Blick über den Weißenbach
36.7 mi
37.3 mi
Ochsenhof
37.9 mi
Heiliggeistloch
Blick durch das Yachtal
38.4 mi
Heiliggeistloch mit dem Schänzlehof
Über dem Schänzlehof mit toller Aussicht
Gasthaus Schwedenschanze
40.3 mi
Über dem Simonswäldertal
41.0 mi
Dohrerbühlhütte
Tafelberg - Ausblick nach Süden
41.5 mi
Tafelberg - Aussicht nach Norden ( Niederwinden)
Bildstock auf dem Tafelbühl
42.1 mi
Blick in das Elztal
43.5 mi
Im Tal Niederwinden
43.7 mi
43.7 mi
43.8 mi
Hörnleberg
Kapelle auf dem Hörnleberg
Aussicht vom Hörnleberg
Aussicht vom Hörnleberg
44.7 mi
44.7 mi
Hörnlebergerhütte
49.8 mi
Elzach - Rathaus
50.6 mi
Pfaffenkapelle
Aussicht von der Pfaffenkapelle
55.7 mi
Am Weissbrunnen
56.1 mi
56.1 mi
Roser's Häldele
56.8 mi
Breitebene
57.7 mi
Im Hintergrund der Staufenkopf
62.2 mi
Hofstetten
63.0 mi
Haslach
63.2 mi
Destination

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Südschwede went mountain biking.

September 24, 2021

Comments

  • Südschwede

    From Haslach to Hornberg on well-known cycle paths. In Hornberg then up the Schwanenbach. I completely underestimated this valley. Thought it was going up in the direction of St. Georgen. Yes, far from it. The valley was tough and I will be prepared for it in the future. In the Schwanenbach, about halfway through the Gasthaus Lamm. Past the Schindelloch to the Mooshof from 1717. After this farm there is a gravel path over to Holops. The path leads through beautiful forest, hardly any view. Up here - Holops - you have a nice view. Now it's back on asphalt towards St. Georgen. The Gasthaus Staude is on the way. Past the high forest to the Obersteinhalden. There made a pan on the left to come out at the Vorderer Christbaunerhof. After crossing the B 33, follow the valley cycle path downwards. After 2.3 kilometers right, under the train to Kohlbühl. First on a bike path that then merges onto the state road in Brigach. We follow this road for 2.2 kilometers to the Hirzbauernhof. The Brigach, a source river of the Danube, rises in this courtyard (Brigach and Breg bring the Danube along the way). After returning to the main road, we follow it to the Fuchsfalle and turn right there in the direction of Triberg. After 2.2 kilometers we reach the historical gallows - sign on the road. After a few hundred meters we reach the European watershed Rhine / Danube, cross the street and drive on a gravel road up to the Stöcklewald. Here a hiking home and observation tower. On a gravel path with roots down to the Stöcklewald campground (not a campsite!) Where we turn towards Triberg. After 1.1 kilometers we reach the Gutachquelle - which is actually in the forest - and the Hubertus Chapel. Nice place to take a break, benches available. Once there was a farm here that has gone missing. We continue on the same path and then turn right up the hill and stay on this path to the Kienzlerhansenhof. Across the street and immediately a fantastic view opens up to the Hornisgrinde. Next - be careful not to lose your way here, our goal is the Inselklause near Adelheid. Over the street in the Schwarzenbach which we follow to Reinertonishof. Shortly afterwards right to the NFH Küferhäusle. Follow the path up to the ridge, here a nice view of the Weißenbachtal, opposite is the Rössle ski lift. Continue on the way in the direction of Rohrhardsberg. Past the fern farm, we later reach the valley station of the Rohrhardsberg ski lift. A kiosk invites you to take a break. Continue via Ochsenhof, Schrankenbaum, Schänzlehof up to Gasthaus Schwedenschanze. A breathtaking view is offered here. The area is also called Heiliggeistloch. From now on the roads get worse, sometimes with rubble, sometimes with roots and yes, sometimes with everything. So it goes over the Yacher Höhe on the Yacher Höhenweg to the Dohrerbühlhütte which is reached after approx. 3.6 kilometers. It is only approx. 360 m to the paragliding launch site south of the Tafelbühl. Wonderful view of the Simonswäldertal and the Feldberg in the background. After another 230 meters we come to the north take-off point with an equally magnificent view over the Elz Valley to the Vosges. One last wobbly piece of descent and we reach a forest path. We follow it again for 2.2 kilometers and drive a very steep climb here - I had to push! - up. Only a few hundred meters and we reach the Hörnleberg. Fantastic 5 star plus view. Via the station path, past the Hörnlebergerhütte, it goes through the Erzenbach to Ober winds. Over the bike path to Elzach through the city and drive over the corner street up to the Biereck. Since I wanted to fill the "Hundred", I wanted to take a swing across Roser's Häldele and Breitebene to Haslach.

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  • R🍀sy🌺🌲

    Wow so many km and hm. 😮Respect

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    • September 24, 2021

  • Rentnerbraut 😆

    I don't watch your tours anymore. That frustrates me 😩

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    • September 24, 2021

  • Andythecat

    On the other hand, retirees' bride hold ... don't be frustrated brave cycling ’

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  • Rentnerbraut 😆

    I am not ambitious Andythecat. I am a connoisseur - and what southern Sweden has been doing in the last few weeks - that would not be a pleasure for me 😌
    But great recognition for your achievements 💪Südschwede

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    • September 24, 2021

  • Britta

    Boa, pretty ambitious, can you manage the 1000 km for city cycling ??

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    • September 24, 2021

  • Südschwede

    Dear ones, no, I will most likely not crack the 1000 mark, I am now at about 911 kilometers. Tomorrow afternoon a few more kilometers, then it's the end of the field! Have to work on weekends and not much time, on Sunday weather probably not good. I'm really exhausted now and Fix and Foxi. Tomorrow at 3 a.m. the night will be over. Ä Good nights you all! 😉

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    • September 24, 2021

  • Annett

    Now you've let it rip again. Gentlemen!
    And again a nice tour! Respect!
    But you can no longer call it city cycling. That was more of an action for the bicycle networks. ;)

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    • September 24, 2021

  • Peter53

    Southern Sweden that's a stretch, all due respect. Did your battery last the 100 km?

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    • September 25, 2021

  • Südschwede

    Peter53, yes! I'm going with 100%, at the goal still 24%. Ride as often as you can without assistance. But the tour was tough! I already have a bit of ambition, without support I would probably be back in Hornberg.

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    • September 25, 2021

  • Petra

    Respect southern Sweden, what an achievement! You have done great tours, what an altitude - and mileage - really great 👍

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    • September 25, 2021

  • Thɔrstɛŋ

    Wow! Respect from me for the KM and HM.

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Südschwede

Stadtradeln, die 13te : Haslach - Hornberg - Schwanenbach - St. Georgen - Stöcklewaldturm - Weißenbach - Rohrhardsberg - Tafelbühl - Hörnleberg - Elzach - Biereck - Breitebene - Haslach