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The Hohenhaslacher Genuss-Weg is a perfect short break from everyday life. Picturesque resting and viewing areas invite you to linger and dream in a picturesque landscape.
Exciting panoramic views, picturesque vineyards, wooded heights, fields and orchards lead to relaxation for body, mind and soul. Get to know Sachsenheim and the Kirbachtal from different perspectives!Source and further information:
5 days ago
The Eselsburg circular route starts 5 km north-west of Vaihingen in the Ensingen district. The tour leads through forest, vineyards and orchards and up to the approximately 15 m high Eselsburg tower, where you can stop on Sundays and public holidays.tourismus-bw.de/Media/Touren/Eselsburg-RundwegToday I chose the Eselsburg hiking car park between Ensingen and Horrheim as an alternative as the start and finish. The route actually starts in Ensingen on the main road.
November 14, 2020
Ten signs with animals from the Bible or eleven signs for the Psalms await you on the circular trails in beautiful nature.
On the mostly paved path, the tour on the small Bible path to the animals of the Bible takes around 45 minutes and is easy to walk even with a pram.
The great bible path to the psalms can be hiked in around two and a half hours.
The small Bibelweg starts on the dirt road behind the TSV parking lot and ends there again.Source and further information:
November 13, 2020
Inspired by Claudia Gmelin and Marion, I hiked the great Möhringer Hexenweg today.
Go hiking with the SSB. The start and finish for me was Möhringen train station.
First to the district town hall and obtained the hiking map for the way.
I didn't hike the tour 100%.The Möhringer Hexenweg was inaugurated on May 12, 2001. The idea for such a hiking route came from District Mayor Jürgen Lohmann. It should connect the three districts of Möhringen, Fasanenhof and Sonnenberg and address as many topics as possible that make up the district. The local branch of the Swabian Alb Association has taken over the practical implementation. The then chairman of the Möhringen local group, Edi Breuning, had initiated the planning a few years earlier in cooperation with Mr. Lohmann. Rudolf Heimsch then worked out a small (5km) and a large (17km) route. The logo designed by hiking enthusiast Willy Trepl serves as a signpost, a capital M with the hook-nosed fairy-tale figure that gives it its name on a brush. Along the way, boards provide information about the history and the present of the city district.The Möhringen District Office has issued a hiking map with information about the districts of Möhringen, Fasanenhof and Sonnenberg as well as short descriptions of 33 small and large sights that tell the history of the district. The map is available from the Citizens' Information Center in the district town hall or can be downloaded as a PDF file.Source and further information:
November 12, 2020
Around Heimsheim, eleven signs with biblical psalms and explanatory texts invite you to take a special hike.
Life issues such as age, health, money, nature, human dignity and many more are dealt with in the Psalms.The start and finish of the hike is at the cemetery parking lot.Source and further information:
November 10, 2020
A route for everyone, especially suitable during the months with an "r" at the end. Mainly gravel roads ensure a dry surface even when it is very wet.
From Stein you cross the NSG "Beim Steiner Mittelberg" along a ridge path to the Langenwald, with a wonderful view of the Kraichgau, Karlsruhe, Vosges and Palatinate Forest. From here we penetrate deep into German mixed forest forests until you meet the Wössinger Weg that takes us to Walzbachtal (Wössingen).
The FFH area Mittlerer Kraichgau opens its gates and guides us through the Birkenschlag, Roteich and Löwengrund back to SteinSource and further information:
November 9, 2020
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Since I already walked the ZA1 (Three Lakes Trail) in April and I enjoyed the tour, I combined the ZA2 (Seenweg) and ZA3 (Mannwaldtour) trails today.Hiking on the hiking triad Zaberfeld - a joyous undertaking in the truest sense of the word. The two idyllically situated lakes, Ehmetsklinge and Katzenbach, invite you to swim in the summer, and at the end of the lake path, the Zaberfeld water world with Kneipp basin and water playground provides cooling. Low inclines and well-developed paths allow you to enjoy the surrounding beauties of the nature park. Route as ZA1, from the Katzenbachsee the round tour leads past the sports field, through the village and along the Zaber back to the hiking car park.Source and further information:
November 7, 2020