Wanderung durchs Siebenmühlental – wandern am Wasser rund um Stuttgart
adidas TERREX planned a hike.
February 11, 2019
The Reichenbachtal south of Stuttgart also bears the name Siebenmühlental, because even today you will find here seven historic mills, which were once driven by the waters of the Reichenbach. The mills are used today in various ways - as an inn, as a horse farm or as an organic farm. But all mills have one thing in common: the picturesque location in the peaceful, unspoiled Reichenbachtal. Our route takes you on forest trails from Leinfelden to Reichenbachtal and then upstream along the mills.The Leinfelden station is approached from Stuttgart by the U5 and the S-Bahn lines S2 and S3. First you follow the route through the small town and then into the forest. On forest paths and forest roads we lead you to the cooking mill, your first mill in the Siebenmühlental. It is already worth a break here - especially on Fridays and Saturdays, because then the famous roast roast is served.From the cooking mill you hike - always upstream along the stream - over the wide, wooded meadows of the Reichenbachtal. You pass the Reiterhof Walzenmühle, the Gasthaus Schlösslesmühle, the Biobauernhof Schlechtsmühle, the event location Seebruckenmühle and finally the Mäulesmühle. Not only is there a cozy inn here, but in the adjoining barn, theater comedies are performed in Swabian dialect. The Komede barn is known throughout Germany via the SWR.At the Mäulesmühle you finally leave the valley and reach the station Leinfelden a little later.
February 12, 2019