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  1. komoot and 2 others planned a hike.

    October 12, 2017

    03:34
    6.35 mi
    1.8 mph
    1,625 ft
    1,625 ft
    Hagi31, Thomas 🌻| ADFC SAAR/SLS and 27 others like this.
    1. komoot

      You should not miss out on this panoramic tour with the only via ferrata in the Northern Black Forest. By train you can reach Ottenhöfen, the starting point of this day tour. The majority of the way is signposted as "Genießerpfad Karlsruher Grat".From Ottenhöfen it is always easy uphill, past the beautiful noble grave grave waterfalls. They take their name from a dark legend that once a cruel mistress was immured in a water-washed cave and died there. Today the waterfalls offer a beautiful natural spectacle on the ascent to the Karlsruher ridge.A bit further, the first panoramic view towards the ridge and down to the Gottschlägenal valley opens up at Herrenschrofen.Arriving at the Karlsruher ridge, sure-footedness and a head for heights are needed. Unlike alpine via ferrata, this exposed game is not secured by wire ropes or the like and should therefore only be practiced in dry conditions. Climbing the ridge along the "climb" signage is well worth the while - the view from up here is fantastic.The descent leads past the hiking center Achern again to a great viewing platform at Brennte Schrofen. For the last time, the Black Forest and the Achern Valley stretch at your feet before you climb the 500+ meters down to Ottenhöfen.Attention: Dry weather, sure-footedness and a head for heights are required for this tour. The ridge is not secured by wire ropes or climbing aids.

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  2. komoot and Micha planned a hike.

    October 12, 2017

    Hagi31, Thomas 🌻| ADFC SAAR/SLS and 12 others like this.
    1. komoot

      Rich in history, Maulbronn presents itself as the northernmost corner of the Northern Black Forest region. The leisurely day trip starts at the station of Mühlacker and leads you after a small piece through farmland into the tub forest.In the Wannenwald you follow the historical "Landesdefensionslinie" which was supposed to prevent French raids during the Palatinate War of Succession. The view from the rebuilt defensive towers over Baden and the Palatinate shows the strategically advantageous location on the natural wall.From the south you can now reach the tranquil town of Maulbronn, whose beautiful historic abbey is well deserved UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Maulbronn Monastery is considered the best preserved medieval monastery north of the Alps. The old-venerable halls even impress Geschichtsmuffel and look particularly beautiful in the autumn light.When you've had enough, hit the way back over Lienzigen. Another historic highlight in the Enzkreis, which you reach after the tour section below the Eichelberg. The special feature of Lienzigen is next to its elaborately restored half-timbered houses, the center, which consists of an almost completely closed barn ring. Take a tour through the Scheunenring and take a break in the pub "Zum Nachtwächter" before heading back to Mühlacker.

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