Ihre Freizeit- und Urlaubsregion an der Jungen Donau im Südwesten der Schwäbischen Alb.
Donaubergland planned a hike.
August 21, 2019
This moderate hike takes you through a virtually untouched natural landscape on the plateau of the Swabian Alb via a side valley of the Danube. You expect along the eleven kilometers long route only a few meters, but pure nature in the highlands above the Upper Danube.
The starting point of the circular… read more
On this almost ten-kilometer hike, the focus is on the Albtrauf - and from different perspectives. You will run below the steep edge and enjoy a little later the magnificent view from the edge of the hill to the Black Forest. Even the way itself offers variety: Sometimes you walk on green meadows, sometimes… read more
This circular walk takes you on winding paths and wonderful panoramic paths through the heart of the Upper Danube Nature Park. Starting point of the hike is at the impressive monastery Beuron. The visit of the monastery church can be saved as a highlight for the completion of your tour. First, it is… read more
On this route you will experience something unique in the world: between Immendingen and Möhringen, the Danube simply disappears from the surface. At about 155 days a year - in spring and autumn - the river sinks completely and you can walk dry through the riverbed. The water seeps away, flows southward… read more
This hike lives up to the title Danube Wave: In a beautiful up and down you hike through the unique landscape of the breakthrough valley of the Danube. You can expect beautiful views of the river, the green forest and the bright rocks. You will quickly understand why the area is also called the Swabian… read more
This nearly 13-kilometer hike takes you along the Old Shepherd's Path through a side valley of the Danube. Several springs and fountains are bubbling in the area, which makes the otherwise barren landscape wonderfully fertile. In the past, the shepherds used the springs as a drinking stop for their flocks… read more
The fourth and last stage on the Donauberglandweg will let you fully enjoy the Upper Danube Valley once again. The 13 kilometer hike starts in Fridingen on the Danube. The wonderfully dramatic landscape with water and rocks shows itself from its most beautiful side - riddled with ruins and castles, which… read more
With new energy you start in stage three of the Donauberglandweg. The 14-kilometer tour is back with tons of great viewpoints - you quickly understand why the Danube valley is also called the Swabian Grand Canyon. To enjoy the unique views, it goes from Mühlheim an der Donau once in a crisp climb uphill… read more
Day two on the Donauberglandweg starts immediately with a crisp climb, but then you have the demanding part of the stage behind you. From Spaichingen you walk up to the Trinity Mountain, which you already know from the first stage.
After a good eight kilometers you have reached the Old Mountain, another… read more
At 1,015 meters, Lviv is the highest mountain in the Swabian Alb. On the first stage of the four-day Donauberglandweg you will climb this highlight right at the beginning and you can get an overview of this beautiful region. Start of the almost 20-kilometer stage is in Gosheim, at the foot of Lviv.
The… read more