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Schwarzwald Panorama-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. Schwarzwald Panorama-Radweg and Schwarzwald Tourismus planned a bike ride.

    November 27, 2021

    19:35
    178 mi
    9.1 mph
    10,100 ft
    9,800 ft
    Lisa likes this.
    1. Schwarzwald Panorama-Radweg

      This is the complete, official Black Forest panorama cycle path that takes you from Pforzheim to Waldshut am Rhein across the Black Forest.You can find detailed descriptions and a possible breakdown of the stages in this collection: komoot.de/collection/933

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      • November 27, 2021

  2. Schwarzwald Panorama-Radweg and 2 others planned a bike ride.

    December 13, 2018

    Vornhagen, Bernhard Neumayer and 8 others like this.
    1. Schwarzwald Panorama-Radweg

      The fifth and last stage on the Black Forest Panorama Cycle Path is the shortest stage of the tour and, with very few exceptions, goes downhill through the beautiful Wutachtal, which connects the start in Stühlingen with the finish in Waldshut. On the way you can fully enjoy the beautiful landscape of the southern Black Forest and enjoy Swabian hospitality in one or the other place on the way.Shortly after the start in Stühlingen you briefly touch Switzerland - the cycle path runs directly on the border between Germany and the Swiss Confederates. On the idyllic riverside path you follow the course of the Wutach, which merges with the wooded slopes of the southern Black Forest again to a magnificent panorama. Stop it a few times and enjoy it for a while.The small town of Lauchringen offers itself for a last break. Here, from the supermarket to the café, there is everything that pleases the cyclist's heart. Then you follow the Wutach a few more kilometers, until it finally flows into the Rhine. When both waters merge, it's worth pausing and enjoying the moment. Because you did it. In five stages you have mastered the Black Forest Panorama Cycle Route - you can be proud of that!From Waldshut you can comfortably travel by train back to Pforzheim. But maybe you do not get enough of cycling - then just continue cycling: Through Waldshut run the Rhine Cycle Route and the Southern Black Forest Cycle Route, which you can then pre-button.

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      • December 13, 2018

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

    December 13, 2018

    Bernhard Neumayer, Angie and 2 others like this.
    1. Schwarzwald Panorama-Radweg

      The third stage on the Black Forest Panorama Cycle Path starts in the beautiful old town of Villingen and leads you first relaxed and without major climbs through the valley of the Brigach. Here and there you have a nice view of the small river and the wide landscape. Especially idyllic is the ride, if you roll over the straight Brigachtalradweg through the countryside.Behind Klengen you then "change" the valley. Over a small hill you reach the Bregtal - no less beautiful and in the medieval town of Bräunlingen you have earned a long break in the historic center. After you have rolled through the impressive city gate, you are guaranteed to find a cozy cafe that you like and where you can rest a little.Then you leave the Breg again. Now a slightly longer climb awaits you, which leads you past the Kirnbergsee to the highest point of the entire Black Forest Panorama Cycle Path, to the highest mountain at 1,084 meters altitude. You can reach it via the so-called Lange Allee, a fantastic forest path that runs straight and lined with shady trees. Once at the top of the mountain, you can enjoy a wonderful view of the mountains of the Black Forest and can even spy the Feldberg, the highest mountain peak in Germany.The final of this stage could not be more beautiful. From now on, it is almost only downhill, until you finally reach the stage destination Titisee. On the lake of the same name you can enjoy for a while the beautiful view of the water and the mountains behind it - from the shore or on a boat trip across the lake. Then you can end the evening by ticking a cuckoo clock with Black Forest ham and a delicious "Zäpfle".In Titisee there are all kinds of accommodation in different categories. Including two ADFC certified bed + bike operations. Titisee has a train station from which you can quickly get to Freiburg, where you have access to regional and long-distance traffic. From Titisee back to Villingen there is unfortunately no good connection. You would have to use buses, but sometimes take no bikes. As a single tour, the third stage of the Black Forest Panorama Cycle Route is therefore not so well suited.

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      • December 13, 2018

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

    December 12, 2018

    woebert, Renate St and 5 others like this.
    1. Schwarzwald Panorama-Radweg

      Stage 2 on the Black Forest Panorama cycle path leads you across meadows and through forests at many old villages and farms and uses beautiful cycle paths, natural gravel roads and really quiet side roads. Today, not a single, long climb waits for you, but many small ones. So the ride is a bit demanding, but very varied. In addition, the tour lives up to its name: beautiful viewpoints offer you the finest panoramic views of the Black Forest mountains.Let's start in Freudenberg, where the tour starts directly with a crisp climb. It leads you up to the Friedrichsturm, where you should already take a first breather. Because the view from the tower on the city and the surrounding mountains is simply beautiful. There is also a cozy café next door - a delicious piece of cake is always!After the break you enjoy a wonderful descent, where you roll rapidly through the beautiful forest that spits you down in Lossburg and thus in the Kinzig valley. On relatively flat bike paths and roads you cycle in parallel, but at quite a distance from the Kinzigtalstraße through the beautiful valley to Sulgen, where you can treat yourself to another break. In the meantime you have left the Kinzig valley and find yourself in the valley of the Schiltach. If you drive out of Sulgen, you have a great view of the valley of the short river, which merges with the Kinzig after only 30 kilometers.At the end of the tour it is almost only downhill, until you finally reach the beautiful city of Villingen. Its historic city center has many attractions to explore in peace at the end of the day. Then refill your energy reserves in the many restaurants in the city before you move to your bed and breakfast in a cozy place. In Villingen there are hosts in every price range and with the hotel bear even a ADFC certified bed + bike accommodation. If you want to ride the stage individually, the train will take you back to Freudenstadt. If your plans change and you want to finish your stage trip in Villingen, you will also return to Pforzheim by train.

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      • December 12, 2018

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

    December 12, 2018

    Bernhard Neumayer, Angie and 2 others like this.
    1. Schwarzwald Panorama-Radweg

      Before you start into the fourth stage, you can still take a look over the Titisee, which looks particularly beautiful in the morning light. Then you cycle via Neustadt back to the Gutach, in the valley of which you will enjoy the gently sloping bike path. The small river flows through a gorge, which is lined by wooded valley slopes and becomes narrower as the route progresses.Suddenly the bike path bends to the right. You follow a small piece of the Haslach until you cross it in Lenzkirch and back on the other side of the bank. As you leave, one of the most scenic sections of the stage begins. You turn onto the Bähnle cycle path, which follows the course of a former railway line. You enjoy the almost flat route, the great view and all sorts of relics from the time when the trains rattled over their tracks. Old station buildings and impressive viaducts line your way.From Bonndorf it gets increasingly steep. A magnificent descent brings you down to the valley, where you roll along the Wutach to the stage goal Stühlingen. With a little luck, you can watch a historic steam locomotive on its way through the Black Forest. On selected days, the Sauschwänzlebahn winds its way from Blumberg to Weizen and also passes through Grimmelshofen. Here you will cycle past the station on the Black Forest Panorama Tour - the perfect opportunity for a short trip. A ride on the train is a real experience for several reasons. For one, of course, the journey with a real steam engine is something very special. On the other hand, the winding route through the idyllic landscape of the Black Forest is simply unforgettable. If you feel like it, you should get a ticket in advance and sign up for your bike, which you can easily take with you. All information about the ride with the Sauschwänzlebahn and of course the timetable can be found here: sauschwaenzlebahn.de/fahrplantickets.From Grimmelshofen it is not far to the final destination - and it goes downhill. In this way, you can reach the climatic health resort of Stühlingen in a relaxed atmosphere, where you can visit one of the museums at the end of the day or stop off in one of the cozy guesthouses. As a bed + bike operation the Landgastghof Rebstock is especially well prepared for cyclists. Stühlingen has no train connection, so this stage is not so well suited as a single tour.

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      • December 13, 2018

  6. Schwarzwald Panorama-Radweg and 2 others planned a bike ride.

    December 12, 2018

    look286, Bernhard Neumayer and 4 others like this.
    1. Schwarzwald Panorama-Radweg

      On the first leg of the Black Forest Panorama Cycle Path it's straight to the point. Because before you drive through the Black Forest, you have to go in or up. That's why a lot of altitude meters are on the program on the 75 kilometer stage. Therefore, this entry into the tour is more suitable for experienced touring cyclists who in return can enjoy a scenic route with many great vantage points.For occasional cyclists, there is fortunately a much less strenuous alternative, which we also present in this collection. She uses the summer mountain railway in Bad Wildbad, which significantly shortens the mighty increase. On this route, on the other hand, you earn yourself every vertical meter yourself.It starts in the beautiful city of Pforzheim, which is located on the northern edge of the Black Forest, an ideal starting point for the tour. Maybe you come a bit more and treat yourself to a sightseeing tour through the "Goldstadt"? Many attractions and museums invite you to do so. Then it starts. First, gently, but steadily it goes uphill and you take course on Bad Wildbad. So far you can still think about whether you would rather drive the more relaxed option.In Bad Wildbad you are already in the middle of the Black Forest. You cycle along the Enz in a deep valley surrounded by high, wooded slopes - a great atmosphere, which you can enjoy in peace with a stop at the Enzquelle. Then you climb on until you eventually cross the B294. It's done: The road marks the highest point of the stage.Now you follow the bike path along a wooded slope, which always gives a fantastic view of the beautiful Murg Valley. The route is now flat and sometimes it is even slightly downhill, so this stage towards the end is still really enjoyable. Soon you will reach the stage destination Freudenstadt. Here you roll on the largest converted marketplace in Germany, where you can end the day in one of the cafes or restaurants and strengthen yourself.Both Pforzheim and Freudenstadt have a rail connection, so you can easily ride this stage individually. In Freudenstadt you have a large selection of accommodation, four of which are even certified by the ADFC as bed + bike accommodation. By the way: In the starting point Pforzheim, there is a free high-speed WLAN throughout the city center. If you still want to download your maps for offline use, you have a great opportunity in Pforzheim.

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      • December 12, 2018