The path is very beautiful and varied. The starting point is the parking lot at the sports field. Good footwear and sure-footedness, especially in humid conditions, are recommended. Partly the way is narrow and blocked by transverse trees. The last part is very steep and leads over partly loose stones and vermooste roots.
June 25, 2019
Very nice hike first along the Schwarzach, then from Rötz-Bauhof from a bit steeper on narrow wild romantic paths up to the Schwarzenburg. Unfortunately, she is not hosted. On the way back the stone wall was passed through a great climbing trail in the rocks with a beautiful view over the valley.
June 17, 2019
The path is very varied, from developed "forest highways", to slightly overgrown narrow paths is all there. The topography offers variety but for the vast majority of cope well. The double spirals on the section "Celtic Culture Trail" are a real highlight. The forest has grown dense in this area and under the green canopy one can feel well set back to earlier times. On the way you will find some very beautiful viewpoints, such as the "Ripping Rock" with a magnificent view over the valley. Another highlight is the ruin Wildenstein, which is a bit off the beaten track. Even if you have to look a little closer, you can imagine the dimensions of the strategically positioned castle well. For a good ending and dramaturgically perfectly staged, you reach the Eagle's Arch just before the end of the path. An absolute top highlight. In addition to the extraordinary structure, the beautiful view is again to highlight. The place is perfect for a final picnic. If you prefer to have a nice meal instead, there is also the Kastanienhof in the immediate vicinity to recommend. Here is also a slightly larger space that offers enough parking.
May 17, 2019