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Schwarzwaldverein e.V.
 

About Schwarzwaldverein e.V.

Die redaktionell ausgewählten Tourenvorschläge führen Sie auf den Wanderwegen des Schwarzwaldvereins, die von den ehrenamtlichen Wegewarten unserer Ortsgruppen und Bezirke markiert und gepflegt werden. Mit dem Routenplaner können Sie Ihre Route auch selbst organisieren, das Höhenprofil der Strecke anzeigen und eine GPX-Datei für Ihr Smartphone oder GPS-Gerät downloaden.
Das Portal wird ständig weiter aufgebaut und auch in verschiedenen Collections z.B die Fernwege oder einfach Wandern mit dem Schwarzwaldverein.
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Der Schwarzwaldverein ist seit 150 Jahren starker Partner für Natur, Landschaft, Kultur und das Wandern.Am 8. Juni 1864 wurde er als erster Wanderverein Deutschlands in Freiburg im Breisgau gegründet und ist heute mit knapp 65.000 Mitgliedern der zweitgrößte deutsche Wanderverband.Das ursprüngliche Ziel war die Förderung des Fremdenverkehrs, was in den Folgejahren durch die Erschließung des Schwarzwalds mit Hilfe von Reiseliteratur, Karten, Sitzbänken, Schutzhütten, Aussichtspunkten und durch die Anlage von Wanderwegen erreicht wurde.Von Anfang an war die Erhaltung und Restaurierung von Baudenkmälern und Ruinen ein Satzungsziel, das heute vom Fachbereich Heimatpflege vertreten wird. 1909 wurde die Erhaltung von Besonderheiten der Natur Satzungsziel und damit Geburtsstunde des heutigen Fachbereichs Naturschutz. Gemeinschaftliche Wanderungen wurden recht früh unternommen, jedoch erst in den dreißiger Jahren als Satzungsziel formuliert.Heute sind folgende Aufgaben in der Satzung des Hauptvereins verankert:Die Förderung des Wanderns
Schutz der Natur und Landschaft
Anlegen, Markieren und Unterhaltung von Wanderwegen
Heimatpflege und Kulturarbeit
Familienarbeit
Jugendarbeit
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  1. Schwarzwaldverein e.V. planned a hike.

    March 22, 2021

    02:25
    5.36 mi
    2.2 mph
    550 ft
    550 ft
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      This varied tour takes us from Gechingen through the Kirchhalde (mixed forest), the Würm / Heckengäu nature reserve, to the wetland and back to Gechingen via the Zimmerplatz.
      This varied tour takes us through the town of Gechingen into a very beautiful mixed forest area, the Kirchhalde. We hike through the Heckengäu landscape typical of Gechingen. The first "summit" of the Jägerberg is 575 meters. Then we go through the beautiful nature reserve Würm-Heckengäu (sub-areas: Ofenäcker, Ringegarten, Omelesberg, Hinteres and Vorderes Lehen) until we come to a wonderful view of the cultural landscape in this shell limestone area. We see typical orchards and beech forests. Well-tended fields and meadows lie ahead of us. We cross the stream (Irm), see a wet biotope and immerse ourselves in a light beech forest. The second "summit" at 555 m is in the Masen forest. On the way we meet a natural monument: "Big Beech" and then the historic Zimmerplatz. There we discover a small memorial "Ruhebank" but also the memorial stone of a choir that was founded in Gechingen in 1884. Past an old quarry, it goes downhill back to Gechingen (past a new development area). (Gerhard Mörk)

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      • March 22, 2021

  2. Schwarzwaldverein e.V. planned a hike.

    March 22, 2021

    03:42
    8.00 mi
    2.2 mph
    1,050 ft
    1,025 ft
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      A varied hike through forest and vines over the heights of the beer village of Ulm. It is characterized by beautiful views over the Rhine Valley to the Vosges and over the Achertal to the highest mountain in the northern Black Forest, the Hornisgrinde.
      Ulm, part of the Grimmelshausen town of Renchen, is located in the foothills of the Black Forest in the Ortenau. The place is characterized by fruit growing and viticulture, handicrafts, industry and a more than 170 year old family brewery that gave Ulm the nickname "Bierdorf".
      The hike can be hiked in three different stretches (approx. 4.8km, 8.5km, 12.5km) due to the course of the hiking route, starting at the "Waldparkplatz" and "Kaier Adventure Playground". On the short and long route, the "Vogesenblick" offers a wonderful view over the neighboring village of Mösbach ("Cherry Blossom Magic") to the Vosges. On the medium and long route you hike along the ridge path between Ulm and Waldulm, with wonderful views of the Rhine plain and over the Achertal to the Hornisgrinde. The "Adolf-Kohler-Weg", one of the few rustic forest trails in the region, on which Ulm citizens used to go to work in the quarry in Waldulm, is particularly idyllic. At the "Sommerbuckel" above Oberkirch-Haslach there is a wide view over the anterior Renchtal.Two literal highlights are the legendary "Kutzenstein" and the Kusseich viewing and festival area, with wonderful views of Strasbourg and the Vosges.

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      • March 22, 2021

  3. Schwarzwaldverein e.V. planned a hike.

    March 22, 2021

    05:49
    13.3 mi
    2.3 mph
    1,175 ft
    1,175 ft
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      The circular hike, from the starting point in the center of Seewald - Besenfeld, through forests and meadows, partly in the Nagold valley, partly on the heights between the Nagold and Murg valleys. The hike can be recommended at any time of the year when there is no snow. It is especially beautiful in spring (May or June) when the fruit trees are in bloom and then the gorse. On the Mittelweg of the Black Forest Association you have almost no clear view, as the path always leads through forest, interrupted by individual glances down into the Murg Valley. However, the floodplains and meadows of Besenfeld, Erzgrube and Igelsberg (OT of Freudenstadt) offer beautiful views. The Nagoldtalsperre and the Eisvogelpfad invite you to take a break on the way. On Mittelweg, shortly before reaching Besenfeld again, there is a short detour to the Königswart ruin (built in 1209) with a view of Murg Valley. Soon Besenfeld and the starting point of the hike will be reached again

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      • March 22, 2021

    1. Schwarzwaldverein e.V.

      This tour, steeped in history, takes us through the town of Gechingen to the top of Zimmerplatz. From there we have a wonderful view of the Nordschwarzplateua when the weather is nice. We hike through the typical Heckengäu landscape past the Röserhütten and the nature experience area to the Storrenberg nature reserve. Here the "picture book juniper heather" shows itself!We come to the Gechinger "Stonehenge", the Celtic burial mound. Enjoy the light beech forest, cross the busy Gechingen - Deufringen district road and climb the hill towards Venusberg. When the weather is nice, the Swabian Alb can be seen.Past the first refuge on the Hart, we hike to the Venusberg. This hill bears the name of the goddess of beauty and love, sensuality and pleasure. Enjoy this beautiful sanctuary. Bein natural monument "Drei Buchen" is a nice resting place. The way back to Gechingen goes via the mountain farms, with a wonderful view of Sindelfingen / Böblingen. Use the existing gastronomy to stop off.

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      • March 21, 2021

  4. Schwarzwaldverein e.V. planned a hike.

    March 21, 2021

    01:29
    3.23 mi
    2.2 mph
    400 ft
    400 ft
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      The destination of the tour is the nature experience area in the Röserwald. Numerous information boards describe habitats and "trees of the year". There are wonderful views from Zimmerplatz and into the Hülsental (a dry valley). This informative tour takes us through Gechingen to the top of Zimmerplatz.From there we have a wonderful view of the Northern Black Plateau when the weather is nice. We hike through the typical Heckengäu landscape to the Röserhütten. There we go on a 1.5 km long path with about 15 information boards and 20 signs for the trees of the year. The information boards explain different habitats (biotopes). The signs for the trees of the year provide information about their history, growth, appearance and purpose. It is advisable not to read every sign and every information board one after the other, but to visit the path several times and take in different, new information over and over again. With a balancing tree, sky loungers, forest classroom and spring pit, this path is also an experience for the young and the young at heart. After the tour through the nature experience area, we take the same route back to Gechingen, only in the opposite direction. (Gerhard Mörk)

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      • March 21, 2021

  5. Schwarzwaldverein e.V. planned a hike.

    March 21, 2021

    03:41
    8.37 mi
    2.3 mph
    650 ft
    675 ft
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      On the Gäurandweg with the Hagenbuttenraute to Sulzer Eck, along the Molde with views of the Nagoldtal and Wildberg as well as the Black Forest to the Kühlenberg, the Sindlinger Tal. We start with a visit to the Michaelskirche and walk on the Gäurandweg to the Sulzer Eck, here is a refuge with a barbecue area which was created by the OG Sulz am Eck, the Black Forest Association. Continue on the Gäurandweg at the Hulb glider airfield past the disused ammunition depot in the direction of Kühlenberg. There are always beautiful views of the Black Forest and the small town of Wildberg. From Kühlenberg, with the old water tower, we follow the hiking trail marked with a blue diamond to the Sindlinger Tal, here we switch to the hiking trail with a yellow diamond back to Sulz.

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      • March 21, 2021

  6. Schwarzwaldverein e.V. planned a hike.

    March 21, 2021

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      From the iceberg to the Kühler Berg, one can see the different geological layers from the northern Black Forest to the Swabian Alb. From here you can see the gradations from the Black Forest to the Heckengau and Schlehengäu, the Schönbuch with Rammert to the Swabian Alb.From Nagold train station we walk along a footpath along the railway line to the Eisbergsteige level crossing. Here we come across the Gäurandweg, which leads uphill over the Badwaldweg to the former iceberg barracks.We stay on the Gäurandweg and roam the area of the former training area of the barracks. After 2 km on the plain we reach the Oberjettinger water tower. (Visit and ascent possible on request) We continue on the Gäurandweg to the Kühlenberg (rest area) 626m above sea level. Here we change the marking. On the "blue diamond" it goes downhill to the Emminger sports field. There is a possibility to stop here. We continue on the “Herbert-Beilharz-Weg” over the Rötenbach to Nagold to the starting point.

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      • March 21, 2021

  7. Schwarzwaldverein e.V. planned a hike.

    March 21, 2021

    02:12
    4.73 mi
    2.1 mph
    600 ft
    600 ft
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      The hike begins at the market square of Berneck (Altensteig) and leads on the eastern route of the Black Forest Association past the Köllbachsee up to Altensteigdorf (Altensteig). The view sweeps over the village of Berneck with its imposing landmark - the castle on a mountain spur with its massive shield wall. It is not far from the delightfully situated Altensteigdorf and reaches the "Old Castle" high above Altensteig, which also houses the local history museum. The path now leads down through part of the "historic mile", with many interesting points, to the newly designed market square and town hall. Now go a little way along Poststrasse and follow the path markings to the roundabout. The “Altensteigerle” ended there at the former train station. Parallel to the old railway line of the narrow-gauge line. Shortly before the old train station in Berneck, it goes into the Köllbachtal and soon we reach the starting point again.

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      • March 21, 2021

  8. Schwarzwaldverein e.V. planned a hike.

    October 24, 2020

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      Delightful forest and meadow hike through the romantic Bömbach valley to the species-rich landscape protection area Egenhauser Kapf with a magnificent all-round view.
      he scenic route begins at the central signpost of the Black Forest Association at the Pfalzgrafenweiler town hall. Parallel to the Ostweg, the path leads through the industrial park to the Hochholz signpost. Following the blue diamond it goes to the Gäbelesloch where the Bömbach rises. The oldest known boundary stone in the hamlet of Wald from 1499 with the Württemberg staghorn is hidden here in the forest. Continuing through the romantic Bömbach valley, you reach the Bömbachsee, which is idyllically embedded in the landscape. When exiting the forest, hikers can expect a surprisingly beautiful view of the Egenhauser Kapf destination. Through the fields of the former "Schindelmacherdorf" Egenhausen the path leads up the Stauchberg to the signpost Chausseehaus. The Gäurandweg leads up to the much-vaunted panoramic mountain Egenhauser Kapf, a popular excursion destination between the “Oberes Gäu” and the Black Forest. And indeed, the view extends far out into the country, to the wooded heights of the northern Black Forest with the Hornisgrinde, the silhouette of the Swabian Alb and the villages beyond the Zinsbach and Nagold valleys. Here the visitor will also find a variety of rare plants and animals. The path leads over the juniper heath past the transmission tower to the “Kapf” signpost at the leisure home. We continue on the little road to the “Denzweg” signpost. We follow the yellow diamond in the direction of Walddorf to the “Kapfweg” signpost with the pavilion of the Walddorf orchards. Behind the tennis hall we turn left and hike on the orchard path through the meadow landscape to the signpost “Bei der Kohlgrube”. Here we switch to the Gäurandweg, which leads us down to the “Täschacker” trail. The historic oil mill is located at the bottom right in the Bömbach valley. The route continues on the panoramic path to the “Panoramaweg” trail, then right down, past two stately farms, to the “Heiligenäcker” trail. Here we turn off in the direction of Egenhausen (yellow diamond) and hike along the valley road to the “Egenhausen Ortsmitte” signpost by the church. On the main street we go 50 meters to the right to the town hall and the bus stop.

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      • October 24, 2020

  9. Schwarzwaldverein e.V. planned a hike.

    October 12, 2020

    03:10
    7.15 mi
    2.3 mph
    625 ft
    625 ft
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      Hike from Pfalzgrafenweiler to historic places in the Zinsbach valley.
      From the center of Pfalzgrafenweiler, the well-marked path leads towards Edelweiler in the Zinsbach valley. After crossing the L 404 you find yourself in an open landscape with always beautiful views. Arrived at the edge of the forest, it goes down the Katzensteig into the Zinsbachtal. On the way, the memorial to “Our Lady Zinßbach”. The remains of the Zinsbach chapel were exposed by hurricane Lothar. The Zinsbach chapel with its guest house and poundhouse once stood at this point.
      The further path leads over the Katzensteg and crosses the Zinsbach. It goes uphill to Edelweiler (OT von Pfalzgrafenweiler) interesting here is the local museum run by the village community and the "Hirschfeldhof" run as an adventure farm. Soon you are back in the Zinsbachtal and reach the bat cellar, the remainder of a rock cellar that is now inhabited by bats. Along the Zinsbach, you will soon reach the Waldsägmühle, which was originally a sawmill.
      On the eastern route of the Black Forest Association it is now back to the starting point.

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      • October 12, 2020

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