Encounter the multifaceted nature of the Black Forest in all its fascinating beauty and hike in expert company along the most beautiful routes through the varied landscape. The »Baiersbronner Wanderhimmel«, the Black Forest High Road and, depending on the season, the Black Forest National Park open up enchanted paths and dreamlike panoramic views that make hiking in the Black Forest an impressive experience and always present themselves differently in the changing seasons.
- Sunday evening: welcoming cocktail
- Monday to Friday: daily guided hikes
- Wednesday: picnic hike
- Friday afternoon: convivial gathering in the Dorfstuben for a hearty conclusion to the week
Winter hiking week
The Black Forest has many colours, even in winter – from completely unadorned, over discreetly powdered, to completely white. Together we set out with sensitive senses and the curiosity to see something different.
May hiking week
Lots of fresh green and nature in full bloom – the May hiking week lets us experience spring in all its glory and start the long-awaited merry month together with a traditional hike to the Schützenhaus Mitteltal.
June hiking week
The sky is bright blue, the warmth of the sun on your skin and the first harbingers of summer are in sight: the June hiking week promises wonderfully carefree exploratory tours with delicious breaks for a hearty picnic outdoors.
Late summer hiking week
Balmy nights, the first patches of early morning mist over the rivers and circling birds of prey in the sky: August is full of fascination and life – enjoy this impressive natural spectacle on guided tours on the most beautiful hiking routes.
Autumn hiking week
Colourful leaves, ripe wild fruits and mushrooms – autumn gives us dazzling colours, intense smells and special culinary delights: discover the beauty of this season during unique encounters with nature in the Black Forest.
We will be happy to send you detailed information on our seasonal hiking weeks on request – just give us a call or write to us:
Telephone: +49 7442 47-0
Alterations and partial contribution are possible.