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Heidelberg-Schwarzwald-Bodensee-Radweg

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Immer mehr Menschen wollen die eindrucksvolle Natur im Schwarzwald erkunden und erleben – ganz egal ob zu Fuß, mit dem Fahrrad oder auf dem Mountainbike. Aber wir als Menschen sind hier im Schwarzwald nur Gäste – und die Tiere und Pflanzen sind unsere Gastgeber. Deshalb heißt es für alle Naturliebhaber #respectfornature, denn nur mit Respekt können wir den Schwarzwald auch für unsere Nachfahren in seiner Schönheit bewahren.Im Rahmen der #respectfornature Initiative fordern wir alle Wanderer, Radfahrer und Mountainbiker dazu auf, die folgenden Regeln zu verinnerlichen:
• Bleib auf den Wegen
• Hunde müssen an der Leine bleiben
• Hinterlasse keine Abfälle
• Wildcampen, egal ob mit Zelt oder Auto, ist verboten
• Halte Abstand zu Wildtieren und zu Weidetieren
• Meide Dämmerung und Nachtzeiten um nachtaktive Tiere nicht zu stören
• Kein Foto rechtfertigt einen "Fehltritt" in geschützte Naturräume
• Achte gekennzeichnete SchutzgebieteAber nicht nur die Natur, die Tiere und die Pflanzen verdienen deinen Respekt – auch alle anderen Naturfreunde und Outdoorsportler können ein Miteinander pflegen. Wenn Wanderer, Radfahrer und Mountainbiker einander mit Respekt begegnen, können wir die Natur gemeinsam erleben.Mehr zum Schwarzwald:
Die Ferienregion Schwarzwald erstreckt sich auf insgesamt 11.100 Quadratkilometer im Südwesten Deutschlands. Das größte Mittelgebirge Deutschlands steht für unterschiedliche Naturlandschaften wie langgezogene Waldberge im Norden, breite Wiesentäler im mittleren Schwarzwald und den mit baumfreien Bergkuppen auf 1493 Meter aufsteigenden südlichen Schwarzwald. Der Slogan herz.erfrischend.echt drückt diese Einzigartigkeit, Ursprünglichkeit und den hohen Erlebniswert dieser Ferienregion aus.
Kontakt:
Schwarzwald Tourismus GmbH
Kompetenzzentrum Tourismus
Wiesentalstraße 5
79115 FreiburgTelefon +49 761 896460
mail@schwarzwald-tourismus.info
schwarzwald-tourismus.info/erleben/wandern/respekt

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  1. Heidelberg-Schwarzwald-Bodensee-Radweg and Schwarzwald Tourismus planned a bike ride.

    November 15, 2021

    20:02
    190 mi
    9.5 mph
    8,950 ft
    8,025 ft
    Silvio likes this.
    1. Heidelberg-Schwarzwald-Bodensee-Radweg

      This is the complete Heidelberg-Black Forest-Lake Constance cycle path that takes you 305 kilometers from Heidelberg to Radolfzell on Lake Constance.Further details and a division into six stages can be found in this collection: komoot.de/collection/905

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      • November 15, 2021

  2. Heidelberg-Schwarzwald-Bodensee-Radweg and 2 others planned a bike ride.

    November 16, 2018

    Seniorensportler, Ulrich and 4 others like this.
    1. Heidelberg-Schwarzwald-Bodensee-Radweg

      From Calw you continue on the banks of the Nagold, which meanders in cheerful loops on the edge of the Black Forest. On the first kilometers of the third stage you cycle through unspoiled nature. The bike path on the Nagold is lined with meadows and forest - an impressive backdrop. On the way you will pass cozy restaurants and rest areas, if you want to take a break. Also the place Wildberg you cross, which is ideal for a rest.Always slightly uphill cycling you finally reach the city Nagold. The river of the same name, which you have followed so far, now takes a different direction as you continue south. A strong climb brings you to an end on an unwooded height, from which you can enjoy the beautiful view of the vast landscape. From here it is not far to the final destination Horb am Neckar and it is only downhill. So you can let yourself roll the last piece comfortably.

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      • November 21, 2018

  3. Heidelberg-Schwarzwald-Bodensee-Radweg and 2 others planned a bike ride.

    November 16, 2018

    1. Heidelberg-Schwarzwald-Bodensee-Radweg

      At the beginning of the second stage, behind Bretten, a long climb will lead you through a sparse deciduous forest. Surrounded by pristine nature, you cycle leisurely uphill. Just before you reach the highest point, you drive out of the forest in an open field and meadow landscape and can enjoy the beautiful view. In moderate up and down pass you some pretty places and then roll in a rapid descent to Pforzheim, where you can take a well-deserved break.Rested, you cycle out of town on the banks of the Nagold and follow the river into the picturesque northern Black Forest. Through the wild and romantic Nagoldtal we go upstream. Enchanted meadows and lush forest line the bike path on which you comfortably follow the river loop. Over a cup of coffee and a piece of cake, you can take a break in Bad Liebenzell and gather your strength for the next ascent and the last few kilometers to Calw.

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      • November 21, 2018

  4. Heidelberg-Schwarzwald-Bodensee-Radweg and 2 others planned a bike ride.

    November 16, 2018

    Metilda, aloita and 6 others like this.
    1. Heidelberg-Schwarzwald-Bodensee-Radweg

      On the Neckar in Heidelberg begins the Heidelberg-Schwarzwald-Bodensee-Radweg. To get to the starting point, you can cycle on the Neckartal bike path or you simply take the train to Heidelberg.From the riverbank, it goes across the pretty city and out into the fields. South you cycle comfortably through the flat, wide landscape and dive shortly thereafter in a beautiful deciduous forest. Under the rustling leaves of the trees you cross the refreshingly cool Schwetzinger Hardt. On the other side you will be greeted by a varied landscape of open fields, green meadows, small wooded areas and several bathing lakes. Inviting places are also on the way. With so much choice on the go, you're guaranteed to find the perfect spot for a laid-back break, be it a beach on the lake, a rest area in the woods or a nice restaurant or café in one of the places. But at the latest in Bruchsal you can take an extended break, because here attracts the impressive baroque palace with the beautiful garden for a visit.After your stop in Bruchsal, you can enjoy the last few kilometers of the first stage, which take you alternately over colorful fields, lush meadows and through beautiful places in the stage destination Bretten.

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      • November 21, 2018

  5. Heidelberg-Schwarzwald-Bodensee-Radweg and 2 others planned a bike ride.

    November 16, 2018

    TiDi, Angelika Angele and 9 others like this.
    1. Heidelberg-Schwarzwald-Bodensee-Radweg

      Today, the last leg of the Heidelberg-Schwarzwald-Bodensee-Radweg is on and you can really enjoy it: it's the longest of the six stages and on long stretches it's pleasantly downhill. A beautiful finale, then.On a flat stretch you cycle comfortably from Donaueschingen and dive into wide field and meadow landscape, which is adorned here and there by small forest pieces. Along the way, you will always drive up small hills, from which you have a wonderful view of the surrounding countryside. Here you can also go down to enjoy the panorama in peace and quiet.After about half of the way a fast descent awaits you. Even then you can let it roll comfortably, because it is almost always slightly downhill. If you have not taken a break yet, you have the opportunity in the various places you cross. Past the Hohentwiel Castle, which stands on an impressive rock, you cycle to the shores of Lake Constance. With views of the blue water, it goes past idyllic marinas to Radolfzell.Here you have the opportunity to end the end of your bike ride from Heidelberg to Lake Constance on the beautiful waterfront promenade or take a stroll through the city. If you have enjoyed the Mediterranean atmosphere on Lake Constance to the fullest, you can easily return home from the station. However, if you really want to get on Lake Constance, then just continue on the Lake Constance cycle path: komoot.de/collection/41/der-bodensee-radweg-3-laender-in-5 -tagen.

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      • November 21, 2018

  6. Bernhard Neumayer, ab0815 and 2 others like this.
    1. Heidelberg-Schwarzwald-Bodensee-Radweg

      From Rottweil you cycle through a varied landscape of fields, meadows and forests. It is easy but continuous uphill. At regular intervals, you will come to cozy places where you can take some time on the short fifth stage to look around or have a relaxed break. In the immediate vicinity of the Neckar, it goes to Villingen-Schwenningen. The city is halfway. So perfect to get off the bike with a clear conscience and stop off in one of the inviting restaurants or cafés. In the city park Möglingshöhe you can visit the Neckarquelle.Rested and freshly fortified you continue then. A little way uphill, you can whiz on a slightly sloping route over the Roman road, which extends through wide fields and meadows almost to Donaueschingen. But before you can roll to the finish, there is still a small hill waiting for you. From the top you have a wonderful view of Donaueschingen, in which you then descend and where the stage ends on the beautiful Danube.

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      • November 22, 2018

  7. Heidelberg-Schwarzwald-Bodensee-Radweg and 2 others planned a bike ride.

    November 16, 2018

    1. Heidelberg-Schwarzwald-Bodensee-Radweg

      From Horb you cycle from the Neckar valley to higher fields. The open landscape offers beautiful views over colorful fields and green meadows to wooded hills. Through this picturesque backdrop you drive between Black Forest and Swabian Alb further south. On your way you pass again and again small places that offer cozy rest stops for one or the other break. A bathing lake is located on the bike path. Here you can cool your legs in the water in nice weather.Through small woodland and over long stretches with great views you cycle joyfully up and down. With every pedal stroke you get closer to the stage goal Rottweil. You can already see the "skyline" of the city on the Neckar from afar. In Rottweil, there is a 246 meter high tower that towers into the sky like a skyscraper. The tower is used for testing high-speed elevators. If you feel like it, you can drive up - do not worry, it's not a test lift that will take you up - and visit the viewing platform.

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      • November 21, 2018