There are hardly more bridges. Crisp, trail-heavy gravel tour on the side of the Danube.
We start above the Danube infiltration. The first small fine path along the infiltration is quite delightful, but it is not recommended to cycle on Sunday lunchtime. Please consider walkers and hikers!
Through Tuttlingen it goes past an imposing old quarry and up to a level. You splash through beautiful wooded areas over narrow paths and wider cart paths and then in the Lippach Valley over a sometimes quite demanding trail up to Mühlheim an der Donau. A huge castle towers up here - the place itself is quite small. On the other side out of the village and up to the ruins of the very imposing Maria Hilf Church - a really nice place to stay.
After climbing the mountain, you dive into the actual Danube Valley and can admire the rocks along the river. If the temperatures allow it, you can take a refreshing swim in the Danube. The undisputed highlight is the bridge that is not a bridge - at the Jägerhaus you jump from rock to rock to cross the river, in summer you can of course also take a refreshing foot bath.
Now there are still a few meters in altitude to get to the button maker rock. From here you have a breathtaking view of the Danube valley and you can lose your view with its course in the distance.
The roughest is now done - now there are a few more beautiful kilometers along the railway and back through the valley, and then drive from another end to Tuttlingen. The way back to the starting point is moderate - your head full of nature and beautiful experiences. A refreshing start for 2021 ... 💫translated by•View Original
December 31, 2020