Relaxing short hike through the Lower Würmtal almost exclusively on narrow hiking trails. From the hiking car park at Kupferhammer, take the Hasensprungweg and Hubertusweg moderately up to the Schönbuchenpfad. This path leads diagonally down into the Würmtal valley and you come to the water at the Schützensteg. Now follow the hiking path towards Würm and later always walk close to the river on the narrow root path. At the beginning of Würm you cross over a pedestrian bridge to Würmtalstraße, where the Bismarck path leads uphill directly above the street. This ends at the top of the Seehauspfad, which leads back to the Kupferhammer.
August 2, 2020
Varied hike along forest and meadow paths and along the Rötelbach. With a little luck, you can watch the wild boar herd at the wild boar enclosure. The way down into the Nagoldtal leads along the romantic Rötelbach. In the small village of Kentheim you can visit one of the oldest churches in the southwest. The Candidus Church was built at the turn of the millennium and was first mentioned in 1075. A beautiful zigzag path leads up to the Stubenfelsen, an imposing rock formation made of sandstone.
July 27, 2020
Varied hike on beautiful paths with a great view of the Dobel and wild stream in the Eyachtal. At the former Lehmannshof, tables and benches invite you to take a break. The tour is pretty quiet, only on the waterway along the Eyach is something more going on at the weekend.
July 12, 2020
Nature reserve "Ersinger Springenhalde"
The nature reserve covers an area of 38 hectares. Numerous bird species live here, e.g. the wryneck and the common warbler. Numerous orchid species and other rare plants are blooming on the lean meadows of the south-west slope. The diversity of plants is the food basis for many insect species. Numerous species of butterflies live here. The praying mantis is also said to have been sighted here.
June 29, 2020
The leisurely bike tour starts in Ettlingen at the P&R Albgaubad. Here you can travel from the Ettlingen-Albgaubad S-Bahn station to the end station in Bad Herrenalb. The route then follows the Graf-Rhena-Weg downstream. The paved bike path runs on the other side of the valley but is away from the Alb and without much view of the Alb valley. To round off, you can still make the loop over Sulzbach.
June 21, 2020
The Kegeltalwegle starts at the sports field in Sprollenhaus. The grass path, which was wide at the beginning, later became a trail and was partly overgrown. After approx. 2.3 km you reach the end of the path, where a wooden plank bridge once led over the Kegelbach. But you can easily cross the stream over large stones and reach the Sprollenwasenweg. If you only want to do the 5 km circular route, walk left back to the sports field. Otherwise, the tour continues up to Kaltenbronn, where you can visit the nature protection center or stop at the Hotel Sarbacher. The route continues from the stone bridge uphill on the Diebstichweg (blue route) to Diebstich (960 m), the highest point in the district of Calw. This is where the Grenzweg (Volzweg) begins, a narrow hiking trail (often marshy) along the old Württemberg / Baden border. As soon as you meet the first gravel path, the way back to Sprollenhaus leads to the left (yellow route). You can just follow the signposted path or my route.
June 19, 2020
- 06:005.53 mi0.9 mph1,250 ft1,275 ft