In the holiday region and surroundings you can spend many hiking days without going the same way. The possibilities to explore the Black Forest on foot are very diverse and exciting. For all young and old, for slow and fast, for active and connoisseurs - there is the right path or path for everyone. We are happy to propose you some of the countless hiking tours or walks and provide you with the appropriate maps. Below is a small selection:
St. Georgener Heimatpfad
The St. Georgener Heimatpfad was designated by the Schwarzwaldverein St. Georgen as a circular route with a length of 16 km. The walking time is about 5 hours - but the trail can also be experienced in individual stages. On 20 information boards the hiker learns about special features and sights from all areas such as local history, cultural or natural monuments, geology or botany.
If you walk slowly, you are ticking correctly.
The slowest hiking trail in the Black Forest. Fun and enjoyment count here, because there is no mileage allowance, just a snail compass and eleven small requirements.
An unusual measure that will gently force you to turn off the hustle and bustle and give your senses the first step, to find the leisure and slowly let the landscape, air and life around it take effect. The total length is 23 km - the "instructions" are with us.
Here in the holiday country lies on an area of only a few square kilometers, the origin of four major rivers in the region - hike the origins of Brigach, Breg, Elz and Gutach. Walk along these places of relaxation - two elaborate tour suggestions lead you to the springs and other popular destinations in the holiday country. On the first tour, you will hike along the European watershed for 12 kilometers to the Elz and Breg springs and on the second tour on the trail of the Celts to the Gutach and Brigach springs.
Hiking in the Wutachschlucht
After about 50 minutes by car you reach the Wutachschlucht. Here you hike in an adventurous wild river valley in the Black Forest. The Wutach and its tributaries form an overwhelming primal landscape with romantic gorges and unspoilt forests. An unforgettable experience for every hiker. http://www.wutachschlucht.de/Wandern
Hiking in the Ravenna gorge
The Ravenna gorge can be reached by car in about 40 minutes. It is a narrow and steep side valley of the Hell Valley, through which the wild stream Ravenna makes its way over many cascades and waterfalls. The two largest are the large Ravenna case with 16 and the small Ravenna case with 6 meters drop height. The Hochschwarzwald home-run, which leads past many old saws, mills and a rope factory, leads hikers through the Ravenna gorge. On a hike You should wear sturdy shoes here. On warm summer days the green fir trees provide shade, but in case of rain caution is advised, as the wooden walkways and steps can become slippery. In the lower area, the gorge is crossed by the 37 meter high Ravenna Bridge, the Viaduct of the Höllentalbahn. There is also the St. Oswald Chapel (built in 1148) and the Hofgut Sternen, where Marie Antoinette stayed in 1770 and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in 1779. http://www.hochschwarzwald.de/Media/Attraktionen/Ravennaschlucht
We will gladly send you a hiking map with many large and small tours in our area or other map material in advance.