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  1. Baden-Württemberg planned a hike.

    October 15, 2021

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    5.85 mi
    2.3 mph
    475 ft
    500 ft
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      Viewpoints, refreshment stops, resting places: this almost ten kilometer long circuit offers you the full romance of the vineyards. You hike through the steep vineyards, enjoy the wonderful nature and, to complete it, maybe treat yourself to one or two tastings in a wine bar. But first things first.The circular hike starts at the hiking car park between Neipperg and Haberschlacht. From there it goes first to Haberschlacht, but then relatively quickly out into the vineyards. Again and again you come across picturesque rest areas and phenomenal viewpoints with a view over the land of 1,000 hills.Shortly before the end of the tour, the wine bar on the Zweifelberg opens up in front of you. Here you can taste what is growing in this wonderful area. A wonderful end to a wonderful pleasure hike. It's not far from here to the starting point. Bottom up!

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      • October 15, 2021

  2. Baden-Württemberg planned a hike.

    October 13, 2021

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      The pure variety, diverse landscape impressions, a great panorama and of course: lots of wine. This is what awaits you on the six-kilometer premium hiking trail “Unterjesinger Wengertwegle”.His name already plays an important role: Because "Wengert" stands for vineyard in Swabian. And that is exactly where the route leads. It goes through steep vineyards below the Schönbuchtrauf and in between through magical forests and rolling hills with orchards.Again and again, grandiose views await you. For example, from the Obere Gôgenhalde via the Ammertal and the Wurmlinger Kapellenberg to the Swabian Alb. But the nature that you can experience on this route is simply unique. After all, you are also in a landscape, Natura2000 and bird sanctuary.Back in Unterjesingen, you can end your wine hike with a well-deserved glass of wine or grape juice in one of the local broom taverns or other places to stop for a break. Somehow it belongs to it, don't you think?

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      • October 15, 2021

  3. Baden-Württemberg planned a hike.

    October 13, 2021

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      Are you looking for a hike that combines historical places with beautiful nature? Then this section of the wine reading trail is the right tour for you: while you discover the Schiller town of Marbach and the picturesque Bottwartal, you will be inspired by literary stations and enchanted by the spectacular views. Almost twelve varied kilometers that you won't forget anytime soon.The historic old town of Marbach am Neckar with its pretty half-timbered houses and narrow streets is the starting point of your tour. Here you can take a little time to explore the charming town before you head out into nature.Accompanied by a very important part of this region - the wine - you first climb up to a viewing platform. From the vineyard on which it stands, it gives you a magnificent view of the Neckar, the Marbach lock and the town of Benningen. But that’s not enough with good prospects: Continue straight ahead, then sharply to the right, the path now leads you to the Galgen leisure area, where, in addition to the aforementioned view, there is also a playground, barbecue area, football field and benches. So there is nothing wrong with taking a break.Via Steinheim and Murr, a piece also along the river of the same name, you will soon reach a small forest and shortly afterwards you will find yourself again in the midst of colorful vineyards. So you climb down to the Neckar, cross it with the help of a bridge and find yourself a little later at your starting point.

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      • October 15, 2021

  4. Baden-Württemberg planned a hike.

    October 13, 2021

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      A wonderful circular hiking trail rich in wine, forests and water awaits you near Niedernhall: Viticulture is almost as old as the city itself. Anyone interested in its cultivation and its history is more than right here. Sun-kissed steep slopes, mineral-rich shell limestone soils and the mild climate create the very best conditions for the very best wines.And anyone who comes here for nature has also done the right thing: there is forest everywhere you look. Almost 60% of this area is covered with mighty beeches and other giant trees. In between: lots of water. The Kocher, the trout and the Zimmerbach flow here. And if you really want to be more specific, you can pay a visit to the brine bath after the hike. The salt is another ingredient that this region is known for.But back to the wine: Starting from the town hall in Niedernhall, follow the sign with the red line on a white background through the old town and past the town hall to a staircase. After a short ascent you will reach Hemersberg Castle and Hofgut on a plateau. You walk through beautiful nature first to Lipfersberg, then steeply down into the picturesque Kochertal to Ingelfingen. Past the Ingelfinger Fass you climb to the Criesbacher Sattel. Here you can enjoy a wonderful view before you make your way back to Niedernhall.Yes, and once you get there, we recommend a visit to the brine bath once again - for the strained calves. In any case, what you should treat yourself to is the well-deserved glass of Niedernhaller Distelfink. The perfect end to a successful wine hike.

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      • October 15, 2021

  5. Baden-Württemberg planned a hike.

    October 13, 2021

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      Fellbach is known for its wines from Kapellenberg and that far beyond the regional borders. The reason for this is obvious: These drops not only inspire with their quality, but above all with their fine taste. And this circular route shows you how they are made: On a total of almost four kilometers you will learn everything about the culture and history of viticulture in this region.It goes up to Fellbach's local mountain, which not only impresses wine lovers due to its unique natural landscape. Here you can walk wonderfully undisturbed, breathe the fresh air and enjoy the brilliant panorama.Yes, and by the way, you can also find information on almost 100 different grape varieties along the way. Sounds like a lot, but it is phrased so clearly that after this round every hiker feels like an expert. And those stations that do not relate to the Fellbacher wine varieties, their cultivation and expansion, teach you interesting facts about the flora, fauna and biological diversity in this vineyard. A pleasure for all the senses that awaits you here on the Kapellenberg.

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      • October 15, 2021

  6. Baden-Württemberg planned a hike.

    October 13, 2021

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      Welcome to the Wartberg! In these wonderful vineyards you can find out what it means to make fine wines. The almost six-kilometer-long Wein Panorama Weg includes a total of 24 stations, which takes you once into the endless vineyards and back again and is completely wheelchair and pram-friendly.The tour starts at the historic tree press at the foot of the Wartberg. It is one of the largest and oldest wine presses in Germany and therefore the ideal introduction to an impressive wine hike. And this is how you set off into the vineyards: On your way around the Wartberg, you will not only find exciting information about viticulture, cultural and natural landscapes, but also magnificent views and picturesque resting places.After more than half of the tour, it opens up imposingly in front of you: the Wartberg tower on the summit of the Wartberg. You should accept the stairs that lead to its highest point, because a magnificent panorama of the surrounding area awaits you at the top. Before you continue hiking, you can also stop off at the Wartberg high-altitude restaurant.In general, as it should be for a real wine hike, you can expect numerous taverns and other refreshment stops on this tour. Shortly before you get back to your starting point, you can round off the tour with a visit to the viticulture exhibition.

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      • October 15, 2021

  7. Baden-Württemberg planned a hike.

    October 13, 2021

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      You will get to know wine and how it is made and enjoyed in Stuttgart's vineyards on this beautiful hike. Around Obertürkheim, Uhlbach, Rotenberg and Untertürkheim you make your way through the endless vineyards of the region. You will not only encounter beautiful nature and fantastic views, but of course also one or the other inviting broom tavern.It starts at Obertürkheim train station. Because you always want to be well prepared for a wine hike, you can look at the wine table at the entrance to the station building to see which taverns are currently open. So much can be revealed: there are some! And so you start already.With the vineyards in view from the start, you always walk straight towards them. After a possible first stop in the sun broom of the Zaiß winery, you will soon begin to climb towards the cemetery. The view that welcomes you here will be with you for a while from now on.So you walk through the vineyards and under fruit trees: first to Uhlbach with the Collegium Wirtemberg, a wine museum and several typical Swabian refreshments. Then on to the small town of Rotenberg, where you will find the burial chapel on the Württemberg one of the most beautiful vantage points in Stuttgart. Finally, you make your way around the Mönchsberg and via Untertürkheim back to Obertürkheim.

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      • October 15, 2021

  8. Baden-Württemberg planned a hike.

    October 12, 2021

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      There is a lot to discover on the Bergstrasse Blossom Path - both in the distance and nearby. The flowers and trees are blooming along the way, your gaze into the distance sweeps over the slopes of the mountain road. For a good 70 kilometers, the path leads you through this wonderful landscape and offers you the best hiking pleasure. The starting point of the flower path is in Darmstadt-Eberstadt, after the fifth stage you march into picturesque Heidelberg.The route is easy to walk and offers you a great infrastructure: On the way, cozy restaurants provide you with regional dishes and in the stage destinations you will find hostels for the night. If you only want to walk part of the way, you can use public transport to get to the desired section.Enjoy the wonderful landscape along the mountain road to the full and leave your everyday life behind you. Because only those who have a clear head can really see the near and distant beauties along the way.Stage 1: From Darmstadt-Eberstadt to Zwingenberg - 13.7 kilometersStage 2: From Zwingenberg to Heppenheim - 17.1 kilometersStage 3: From Heppenheim to Weinheim - 16.3 kilometersStage 4: From Weinheim to Schriesheim - 14.9 kilometersStage 5: From Schriesheim to Heidelberg - 11.2 kilometersYou can find a detailed breakdown of the individual stages in this collection: komoot.de/collection/1348922/-5-etappen-auf-dem-bergstraesser-bluetenweg-badische-weinstrasse.

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      • October 14, 2021

  9. Baden-Württemberg planned a hike.

    October 12, 2021

  10. Baden-Württemberg planned a hike.

    October 12, 2021

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