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Paradise of Nature and Experiences

SchwarzwaldHochstrasse

Recreational Facilities Hotels and Restaurants Cities / Communities


Welcome to the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse! Stemming from a road used solely for forestry purposes which was later built

up, the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse (B500) today is one of Germany’s most scenic panoramic roads. From Baden-Baden to Freudenstadt the northern part of this holiday route covers some 60 km at elevations ranging from 600 to more than 1000 meters.

On the following pages, we’ll take you on an adventure

tour where you will experience fantastic views, such as of the Rhine plain and the Vosges mountains, to waterfalls, lakes and forests, monuments and towers, to well-known hotels and restaurants and – in neighbouring valleys of the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse – to scenic cities and communities.

Experience the many nature-friendly sporting activities and attractions in the midst of the various nature

reserves of the Naturpark Schwarzwald Mitte/Nord on both sides of the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse. Whether you are a hiker, a mountain biker, a Nordic walker or simply a nature lover – there are unforgettable experiences in store for everyone.

Recreational Facilities Pages 10 – 15 Hotels and Restaurants Pages 18 – 30 Cities and Communities Pages 33 – 43 Map centre pages

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Nature’s Paradise Schwarzwaldhochstrasse Waterfalls and lakes, nature trails, monuments and towers, crags and observation towers – the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse has much to offer its visitors.

Here is a sampling of just some of the sights worth seeing between Baden-Baden and Freudenstadt: Geroldsauer Wasserfall: Hundreds of rhododendron bushes transform that waterfall into a sea of blossoms between May and June.

Schwarzenbach-Talsperre: Almost 2 km long, this is the largest reservoir in the northern and central Black Forest. The Schwarzenbach, originating from the Sandsee near the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse, was dammed between 1922 and 1926. The dam itself towers 65 m above the original valley floor and at the time of its construction, was the highest in all of Germany. A 6.5 km-trail rings the lake. Hornisgrinde-Aussichtsturm: Hornisgrinde (elev. 1164 m) is the highest mountain in the northern Black Forest. Completed in 1910, Hornisgrinde Tower was closed to the public for nearly 60 years due to its occupation by the German Luftwaffe and later by the French military. In 2005 it was re-opened to the public as an observation tower. Opening times: daily during school holidays; otherwise Sat, Sun and public hols from 1 Nov to 30 Apr 11 am – 4 pm, and from 1 May to 31 Oct 10:30 am – 5 pm (subject to nice weather and good visibility).

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A Paradise of Experiences Schwarzwaldhochstrasse Mehliskopf-Turm: The Mehliskopf tower (elev. 1010 m) built

in 1880 is the oldest stone look-out tower in the northern Black Forest.

Mummelsee: Mummelsee is one of seven glacial lakes in the Black Forest. These “Dark Eyes” of the Black Forest are a relic of the last Ice Age. Mummelsee is the biggest (800 m circumference), deepest (17 m) and highest (elev. 1036 m) of the lakes. Today Mummelsee, with its paddleboat rentals, Kunstpfad (art trail) and more, is a favoured excursion spot in the Black Forest. Aussichtsplattform at Schliffkopf (lookout-point):

Schliffkopf peak (elev. 1055 m) is the highest point of a new red sandstone ridge towering ca. 450 m over the valleys between Hornisgrinde and Kniebis. From the ridge, when visibility is good, you can see the Rhine plain and the Vosges Mountains, the Swabian Alps and across the central and southern Black Forest all the way to the Alps.

Klosterruine and Wasserfälle Allerheiligen (Abbey ruins and waterfalls): The former Norbertine abbey was built in the Gothic style between 1191 – 1196 under the auspices of Uta von Schauenburg. Waterfalls adjacent to the ruins plunge 100 m in cascades into the valley below. Information on many other sights you find on www.schwarzwaldhochstrasse.de

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Hiking: The Schwarzwaldhochstrasse is truly a paradise for hikers: hundreds of kilometers of signposted hiking trails lead you through quiet forests and past rocky cliffs with stunning views, inviting you time and again to stop for a short rest. For families, there are various adventure trails offering exciting outdoor experiences. You can get recommended walking routes from Tourist Information offices, recreational facilities, hotels and restaurants along the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse (starting Page 10). Mountain biking: Narrow paths through dark forests and spectacular views make the area along the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse especially attractive for mountain bikers. Numerous tracks are specially marked for this sporting activity. For more information and to download GPS tracks, see www.naturparkschwarzwald.de/sport-erlebnis. Winter sports: One of the main winter sports areas in the Black Forest can be found along the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse. There are racy downhill runs for skiers on more than ten pistes and over 200 kilometers of cross-country skiing trails waiting to be discovered. For hikers, winter hiking trails offer a wonderful experience in the snow. There are toboggan runs for young and old alike as well as an open-air ice-skating rink at Wiedenfelsen/ Bühlertal. Winter sports brochures are available at the Tourist Information offices.

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The Wildnispfad (Wilderness Trail) Baden-Baden:

Experience the particular features of the forest and of nature firsthand on this 4.5 km-long trail. Clamber over tree trunks, crawl under low limbs, listen to the sounds of nature in a beech cathedral or fairytale meadow, climb to treetop aeries.

The Luchspfad (Lynx Trail) Baden-Baden: Like the Wilderness Trail, this one also starts in Plättig, is 4 km long and goes through forests in which lynx would feel at home. 20 interactive stations encourage you to stalk, jump, peer and listen like a lynx. The Grindenpfad runs 4.2 km from Mummelsee over the

moor to Hornisgrinde. At various interactive stations, you can be informed of the origin and history of Hornisgrinde as well as of its inhabitants and specialties.

The Lotharpfad: On Boxing Day 1999, Hurricane Lothar cut a swath through southwest Germany. The 1 km-long adventure trail of uprooted trees impressively depicts the destruction and new growth of the forest. The Karlsruher Grat is the most difficult rock-climbing tour in the northern Black Forest with several sections of alpine character. The 2.7 km-long trail over the rocks is narrow and there are passages where climbing is called for. The views, though, are spectacular.

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The Westweg, the first long-distance hiking trail, was laid

out in 1900 by the Schwarzwaldverein. This route of around 285 km is the longest of the three Black Forest long-distance trails. Parts of the trail were relaid in 2007 in order to fit the criteria of a quality trail as defined by “Wanderbares Deutschland” and was adapted to the needs of modern-day hikers. The Westweg is one of the “Top Trails of Germany”. It begins in Pforzheim at the northern end of the Black Forest, forks at the Titisee to a western and an eastern route and ends in the tri-border area in Basel. This long-distance trail follows the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse from the Badener Höhe to Kniebis. The 19 km-long stretch from Forbach (elev. 300 m) up to Unterstmatt (925 m) and the 28 km-long stretch from Unterstmatt to Kniebis are particularly demanding. The trail goes over the peaks of Hochkopf (1038 m), Hornisgrinde (1164 m) and Schliffkopf (1055 m), rewarding strenuous efforts with magnificent views. It also goes by the “Dark Eyes” of the northern Black Forest, the Herrenwieser See and the Mummelsee as well as the Schwarzenbachtalsperre.

For further information on the Westweg, contact Schwarzwald Tourismus GmbH, Tel. +49(0)761 896460, www.schwarzwald-tourismus.info

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Active with no restraints: In its brochure “NaTouren für

Alle”, the Naturpark Schwarzwald Mitte/Nord has put together some recommended hikes in the northern Black Forest which can be easily accomplished by those with limited mobility, even those with baby strollers.

Naturschutzzentrum Ruhestein: Founded in autumn 1997, the Ruhestein Nature Conservation Centre is located directly on the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse and, as a local institution with an attractive exhibition, hopes to play a role in which visitors experience nature firsthand while being aware of their responsibilities to the flora and fauna of this sensitive habitat. Information on the various activities

can be picked up at Tourist Information offices and at member establishments of the Verein der Schwarzwaldhochstrasse, at the Naturpark Schwarzwald Mitte/Nord as well as at the Verein der Schwarzwaldhochstrasse Rosenplatz 3, 72270 Baiersbronn Tel. +49(0)07442 84140 info@schwarzwaldhochstrasse.de www.schwarzwaldhochstrasse.de

Gut. Für den Landkreis.

s Kreissparkasse Freudenstadt 8


Freizeit- und Sport-Zentrum Mehliskopf GmbH & Co. KG Andreas Kern

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Bühlertallift Hundseck Natalie und Daniel Karcher

An der Schwarzwaldhochstrasse bei Sand, 77815 Bühl (Baden) Tel. +49(0)7226 1300, Fax +49(0)7226 920871 mail@mehliskopf.de, www.mehliskopf.de Information, snow reports, etc. +49(0)7226 441 or 442

Schwarzwaldhochstr. 15 a, 77815 Bühl Tel. +49(0)7226 283, Fax 920961 info@hundseck.de, www.hundseck.de Information, snow reports, etc. +49(0)7226 285

Opening Times

Opening Times

Bobsleigh Run: daily 10 am – 6 pm (until 5 pm in winter), Closed: Mon, Tue Skiing: daily 9 am – 10 pm (from end Nov to end Mar when snow conditions are satisfactory) Climbing Garden, Downhill Carts: Spring to autumn Fri, Sat, Sun, & public hols 10 am – 6 pm, daily during school holidays in BadenWürttemberg, the climbing garden is also open in November on dry weekends and public holidays.

Specialties

Mehliskopf has one of the longest downhill ski runs in the northern Black Forest. The year-round bobsleigh run attracts thousands of visitors annually. The AdventureClimbing Garden ranges over 3,5 ha with 7 courses of different levels of difficulty with 80 challenges. With the downhill carts, you can take the lower lift to ride some 900 m (400 m uphill and 500 m downhill). Only in dry conditions.

Mon – Sat 9 am – 10 pm, Sun, holidays 9  am – 6 pm

Specialties

Family-friendly ski lift with a double lift system, 560 m in length. The ski slope, two richly diverse forest descents, a well-prepared slope, floodlighting in the evening and assured snow due to the snow-making systems offer you the purest alpine winter sports pleasure. Sports shop with ski hire, restaurant and an après ski bar are situated directly adjacent to the ski lift building.

Access by public transport

From Baden-Baden bus 245, from Bühl to Sand bus 263 and from Sand to Hundseck bus 245. Bus stop Hundseck is 50 m away from the ski lift.

Food and drink

• Pavilion “Hundshütte” next to the ski lift

(open also in summer Wed – Sun 11 am – 6 pm)

Access by Public Transport

From Baden-Baden, bus 245; from Forbach, bus 263 (Sand or Mehliskopf stop on Sat and Sun); from Bühl, bus 263. The stop is 300 m from Mehliskopf.

Food and Drink

• Gastro-Pavillon am Mehliskopf  • Bergwaldhütte Sand • Gasthaus Schwanenwasen  • Waldgasthaus Kohlbergwiese 10

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Skiliftbetriebe Unterstmatt

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Heiko Fahrner

Skilift Seibelseckle

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Skiliftgesellschaft Seibelseckle: Markus Huber, Michael Schnurr

Schwarzwaldhochstrasse 77815 Bühl / Unterstmatt Tel. +49(0)7226 9199-0 or -60 Fax +49(0)7449 920555 heiko.fahrner@schliffkopf.de www.skizirkus-unterstmatt.de Information, snow reports, etc. +49(0)7226 296

Schwarzwaldhochstrasse / Seibelseckle, 77889 Seebach Tel. +49(0)7842 996762 (only during the ski season) and +49(0)7842 991071 info@skilift-seibelseckle.de www.skilift-seibelseckle.de Information, snow reports etc. +49(0)7842 2103

Opening Times

Daily 9 am-10 pm

Opening Times Daily 9 am-10 pm

Specialties

Paradise for all skiers. Floodlit. The pistes, groomed daily, are outstanding. There is a black run at Ochsenstall for experts, and a bunny slope for beginners and children. Funpark, with more than 10 obstacles, is particularly entertaining. Sufficient parking available.

Access by Public Transport

Specialties

Skilift Seibelseckle is a winter sports’ area geared for the whole family with optimally groomed pistes, guaranteed snow (artificial), ski rental, après-ski bar and toboggan run adjacent to the ski lift. Starting point for winter hikes and cross-country tours. Low-priced children’s, family and senior tickets. For current information and webcam, see www.skilift-seibelseckle.de.

From Baden-Baden, bus 245; from Achern, bus 7123; from Bühl to Sand, bus 263 then bus 245 to Unterstmatt. Stop is at the ski lift.

Access by Public Transport

Food and Drink

Food and Drink

• Quaint rustic Bauernschänke  • Schirmbar on the slope • Gasthaus Große Tanne

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From Baden-Baden, bus 245 to Mummelsee, then bus 12 to Seibelseckle. Stop is at the lift.

• Rasthütte Seibelseckle  • Berghotel Mummelsee • Darmstädter Hütte

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Ruhestein-Schänke with ski lift and chairlift

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Familie Trayer

Schwarzwaldhochstrasse 2 72270 Baiersbronn-Ruhestein Tel. +49(0)7449 91053 Fax +49(0)7449 91055 info@skilift-ruhestein.de www.skilift-ruhestein.de Information, ski reports etc. +49(0)7449 799

Naturschutzzentrum Ruhestein

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Dr. Wolfgang Schlund

Schwarzwaldhochstrasse 2, 77889 Seebach Tel. +49(0)7449 910-20 Fax +49(0)7449 910-22 naz.ruhestein@naturschutzzentren-bw.de www.naturschutzzentren-bw.de

Opening Times

1 Oct – 30 Apr: 10 am – 5 pm, 1 May – 30 Sep: 10 am – 6 pm, Closed: Mon, Fri

Opening Times

Specialties

Daily from 10 am, Closed: Fri

In winter there are two floodlit ski lifts, an après-ski hut and you can eat and drink in the Ruhestein-Schänke. In summer you can take our chairlift up to the Seekopf and then enjoy a bite to eat in the sunshine on our large terrace.

For those interested in nature, the Nature Conservation Centre has exciting information available: in our permanent exhibition, adults as well as children can get a fascinating glimpse into the world of the northern Black Forest. Additionally throughout the year, there are special exhibitions aimed for both young and old, and for the general public as well as specialists.

Access by Public Transport

Access by Public Transport

Food and Drink

Food and Drink

Specialties

From Freudenstadt, bus 12 or 21 (May-Oct) or weekends take the F2 or F11 to the Ruhestein stop. From Ottenhöfen, bus 7125 to the Ruhestein stop (May-Oct: Tue, Thu, weekends).

• Schliffkopf-Hotel  • Kniebis-Hütte  • Berggasthaus Kernhof • Rasthütte Seibelseckle  • Darmstädter Hütte

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From Freudenstadt, bus 12 or 21 (May – Oct) or weekends F2 or F11 to the Ruhestein stop. From Ottenhöfen, bus 7125 to the Ruhestein stop (May – Oct: Tue, Thu, weekends).

• Ruhesteinschänke  • Grenzstüble

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The „Alpirsbacher Brewery World“ It is to the monasteries that we owe our drinking culture and the popularity of beer consumption.

During the period of Carl the Great, when the first monasteries and abbeys became established throughout our country, the monks soon adopted the art of beer brewing. They improved the ingredients and production methods and later discovered hops as a constituent that gives beer its ideal flavour. And so they paid an important contribution to the traditional art of beer brewing and to the good reputation of monastery-made beers. We at the Alpirsbacher Klosterbräu (Alpirsbach Monastic Brewery) continue this tradition. For generations in the possession of our family, we feel a strong obligation towards this monastic art of brewing which has been handed down for centuries. From this initiative of the Alpirsbacher Klosterbräu, not only to brew beer in the old traditional way, but also to safeguard and maintain other values, institutions have been brought into being over the course of the last years which recognize the natural environmont and cultural diversity as important pillars of an ecological and social responsibility: THE ALPIRSBACH MONASTERY DISTILLERIE THE ALPIRSBACH SOUVENIR SHOP THE ALPIRSBACH BREWERY MUSEUM Note: A visit of our brewery museum can be combined with a tour of the Alpirsbacher Klosterbräu on prior appointment.

ALPIRSBACHER KLOSTERBRÄU. Mit dem berühmten Brauwasser aus dem Schwarzwald.

For information please contact: Alpirsbacher Brauwelt Marktplatz 1 D-72275 Alpirsbach Telephone +49 (0) 74 44 67 1 49 www.alpirsbacher.de


Hochkopf-Stub

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Gasthaus Grosse Tanne

Marianne Schnurr

Günter Feist

Opening Times

Opening Times

Raue Halde 6, 77815 Bühl-Unterstmatt Tel. +49(0)7226 289, Fax +49(0)7226 289 hochkopf-stub@t-online.de, www.hochkopf.de

Daily from 10 am, hot food served from 11:30 am Closed: Mon

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Unterstmatt 1, 77815 Bühl Tel. +49(0)7226 254, Fax +49(0)7226 920759 zurgrossentanne@web.de, www.zurgrossentanne.de

Daily from 9 am, hot food served throughout the day

Specialties

Specialties

The Hochkopf-Stub is located directly on the ski slopes of Unterstmatt and Hochkopf. It is a favoured stopping point with accommodation for Westweg hikers. Enjoy regional dishes and drinks in our two dining rooms or in our cosy beer garden. Holidaymakers, hikers, mountain bikers, motorcyclists, skiers and others are always welcome.

Access by Public Transport

From Baden-Baden, bus 245; from Achern, bus 7123; from Bühl to Sand, bus 263 then bus 245 to Unterstmatt; light rail (Stadtbahn) connection from Karlsruhe to Achern (Bühl). The bus stop is 300 m away.

Excursion Tips

• Hornisgrinde  • Lotharpfad  • Luchspfad  • Wildnispfad   • Westweg

“Zur grossen Tanne” inn is in a peaceful, idyllic location in the holiday region of Sasbach directly on the Unterstmatt ski circuit (elev. 930 – 1100 m), making it a haven for downhill and crosscountry skiers during the winter months. Because of its location directly on the Westweg, “Zur grossen Tanne” inn is a wonderful starting point for hikers in summer. Stop by for a while and enjoy our beer garden. “Zur grossen Tanne” inn is also an ideal place for travellers, mountain bikers and motorcyclists touring the Black Forest to break their journey. Rest and relaxation is guaranteed for everyone, whatever the season. We look forward to welcoming you soon in our cosy restaurant, beer garden or guest rooms at “Zur grossen Tanne” inn.

Access by Public Transport

From Baden-Baden, bus 245; from Achern, bus 7123; from Bühl to Sand, bus 263 then bus 245 to Unterstmatt; light rail (Stadtbahn) connection from Karlsruhe to Achern (Bühl). The bus stop is 50 m away.

Excursion Tips

• Hornisgrinde  • Mummelsee  • Luchspfad  • Wildnispfad • Schwarzenbachtalsperre  • Baden-Baden

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Ski- und Wanderheim Ochsenstall

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Astrid Volkers

Hundsrücken 1, 77815 Bühl-Unterstmatt Tel. +49(0)7226 920911, Fax +49(0)7226 920912 info@wanderheim-ochsenstall.de www.wanderheim-ochsenstall.de

Opening times

Daily from 9 am (Nov-Apr from 10 am), hot food served throughout the day

Berghotel Mummelsee

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Familie Bärbel und Karl-Heinz Müller

Schwarzwaldhochstrasse 11, 77889 Seebach Tel. +49(0)7842 99286, Fax +49(0)7842 30266 info@mummelsee.de, www.mummelsee.de

Opening Times

Daily 9 am – 10 pm, (breakfast served from 8.30 am), hot food, cold snacks, cake and ice cream served until 9 pm

Specialties

Experience Black Forest hospitality in our mountain hotel at the lakeside. Sit back and enjoy our cosy restaurants and bars. Bright, attractively decorated rooms and our wellbeing sauna world await our hotel guests. Successful conferences at the heart of the Black Forest, in our newly built seminar room. Round off your visit with a stop at our Black Forest shop with its own wood-fired oven bakery, or take an exciting paddleboat ride on the Mummelsee.

Access by Public Transport Specialties

The Ochsenstall ski and hiking hostel lies directly below the Hornisgrinde at a height of 1036 m, at the heart of the forest and 1,8 km from the Unterstmatt ski circus. The Ochsenstall ski lift operates with sufficient snow. Our house lies directly on the Westweg route and is therefore an optimum starting point for walkers, hikers and cyclists. Enjoy your leisure time at the heart of nature with Black Forest specialities in our rustic cabin or in the beer garden. From April to November is “Ochsi BBQ time” every Saturday from 7 pm. We would be delighted to welcome you to our rustic restaurant, the beer garden or as an overnight guest.

Train to Achern station, then bus to the Mummelsee stop (directly at the hotel).

Access by public transport

From Baden-Baden bus 245, from Achern bus 7123, from Bühl to Sand bus 263 and then to Unterstmatt bus 245. From there 1,8 km to walk.

Ausflugs-Tipps

• Hornisgrinde  • Luchspfad  • Wildnispfad  • Mehliskopf bobsleigh run  • Baden-Baden  • Freudenstadt  • Mummelsee • In winter ski lifts Unterstmatt, Ochsenstall, cross-country skiing trails, winter walking trails 20

Excursion Tips

• Hornisgrinde  • Naturschutzzentrum Ruhestein  • Westweg • Lotharpfad  • Luchs- and Wildnispfad  • Summer toboggan run Mehliskopf  • Baden-Baden  • Freudenstadt  • Straßburg • In winter, Skilift Seibelseckle (ski rental), toboggan run, cross-country and hiking trails

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Welcome to the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse!

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Recreational facilities Freizeit- und Sport-Zentrum Mehliskopf  pg 10 Langlauf-Center Herrenwies Kunsteisbahn Wiedenfelsen Bühlertallift Hundseck  pg 11 Skiliftbetriebe Unterstmatt  pg 12 Skilift Seibelseckle  pg 13 Ruhestein-Schänke with ski lift and chairlift  pg 14 Naturschutzzentrum Ruhestein  pg 15 Skilift Vogelskopf Hotels and Restaurants Hochkopf-Stub  pg 18 Gasthaus Große Tanne  pg 19 Ski- und Wanderheim Ochsenstall  pg 20 Berghotel Mummelsee  pg 21 Rasthütte Seibelseckle  pg 24 Darmstädter Hütte  pg 25 Berggasthaus Kernhof  pg 26 Klosterhof Allerheiligen  pg  27 Schliffkopf Wellness & Natur Hotel  pg 28 Zuflucht Natur und Sport Hotel  pg 29 Kniebis-Hütte  pg 30 Cities and Communities Baden-Baden  pg 33 Forbach  pg 34 Bühl  pg 35 Bühlertal  pg 36 Ferienregion Sasbachwalden  pg 37 Seebach  pg 38 Ottenhöfen  pg 39 Baiersbronn  pg 40 Freudenstadt  pg 41 Bad Peterstal-Griesbach  pg 42 Bad Rippoldsau-Schapbach  pg 43 Along the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse is an extensive network of cross-country and hiking trails. The Tourist Information offices would be pleased to send special brochures on winter sports activities. Hiking maps and brochures are available from Tourist Information offices and establishments along the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse.

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Baden-Baden

Geroldsauer Wasserfälle

Bühl 23

B 500

Bühlertal

Luchspfad Wildnispfad

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Plättig

GertelbachWasserfälle

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Herrenwieser See

Badener Höhe Sand Herrenwies 1 2

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Mehliskopfturm

Omerskopf Wald-ErlebnisStation

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Forbach

SchwarzenbachTalsperre

Skilift, Rodelbahn

Unterstmatt 10 11 5 Skilift

Wildgehege Breitenbrunnen Skilift Hochkopf Skilift Ochsenstall 12 Grindenpfad Sasbachwalden Aussichtsturm, Hornisgrinde

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Mummelsee

Schurmsee

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Skilift, Rodelbahn Skilift

Seebach 26 27

Hundsbach

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Rotwildgehege Karlsruher Grat 16

Ottenhöfen

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Wildsee Naturschutzzentrum Naturpark-Haus

Huzenbacher See

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Skilift, Rodelbahn, Sprungschanze

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Skilift Vogelskopf

Aussichtsplattform

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Lotharpfad

B 500

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Buhlbachsee

Skilift

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Sankenbacher Wasserfälle

Baiersbronn

Ellbachsee Ski-Stadion

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Skilift, Heimatpfad, Besucherzentrum

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Bad PeterstalGriesbach

Bad RippoldsauSchapbach 31

Wolf and bear park, Wald-Kultur-Haus

Freudenstadt 29


Rasthütte Seibelseckle

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Darmstädter Hütte

Martin Zepf

Christel Trayer

Opening Times

Opening times

Specialties

Specialties

Schwarzwaldhochstrasse 8 77889 Seebach Tel. +49(0)7842 30892 info@seibelseckle.de www.seibelseckle.de

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Schwarzwaldhochstrasse 5, 77889 Seebach Tel. +49(0)7842 2247, Fax 600528 info@darmstaedter-huette.de www.darmstaedter-huette.de

Daily 9:30 am – 5 pm Closed: Nov – Apr: Thu (unless ski lift is operating)

Visit our quaint and cosy Rasthütte directly on the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse. Ideal starting point in summer for mountain bike tours or beautiful high-altitude hikes through the HornisgrindeWildsee nature reserve. In winter: alpine ski lift with ski bar and ski rental as well as entry points to the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse cross-country skiing network at the Gaiskopf trail or the Skifernwanderweg.

Access by Public Transport

From Freudenstadt, bus 12 or F2 or F11 to Seibelseckle. From Baden-Baden, bus 245 to Mummelsee and then a 1 km-walk along the footpath or take a connection. From Achern, bus 7123 to Seibelseckle.

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Daily 10 am-6 pm, hot food served throughout the day, Closed Nov. - April: Tue

At the heart of a high lying moor, between Wildsee and Mummelsee, Hornisgrinde and the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse – away from the rat race – lies the Darmstädter Hütte. The chalet is situated directly on the Westweg route and is only accessible on foot.

Access by public transport

From Freudenstadt bus 12 or 21 (May – Oct) or weekends bus F2 or F11 to the Ruhestein stop. From Ottenhöfen bus 7125 to the Ruhestein stop. From there 30 min to walk.

Excursion tips

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 Naturschutzzentrum Ruhestein  Klosterruine (monastery ruins) and waterfalls Allerheiligen  Karlsruher Grat  Wildsee  Mummelsee

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Berggasthaus Kernhof

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Willi Kern

Bosenstein 3, 77889 Seebach Tel. +49(0)7842 3692 Fax +49(0)7842 2084 info@sport-kern.de www.kernhof-seebach.de

Opening Times

Daily 10 am – midnight, Hot food served throughout the day Closed: Tue

Specialties

Central starting point for lovely walks, beautiful panoramic views, house distillery with tour, tasty traditional cuisine, 90 places, busses welcome.

Access by Public Transport

Nearest bus stop is 45 min (2,5 km) away.

Excursion Tips

• Karlsruher Grat  • Allerheiligen-Wasserfälle  • Mummelsee • Ruhestein  • Schliffkopf

Klosterhof Allerheiligen Erich u. Gisela Schweiger

Allerheiligen 6 77728 Oppenau-Lierbach Tel. +49(0)7804 1200 Fax +49(0)7804 912333 info@klosterhof-allerheiligen.de www.klosterhof-allerheiligen.de

Opening Times

Daily from 10 am Hot food served throughout the day

Specialties

Our restaurant and cafe with large outdoor terrace is located in an idyllic basin, overlooking Germany’s most beautiful waterfalls and near the monastery ruins. It is cosy and rustic. For us, good quality food begins where you shop. That’s why we use regional products that are then deliciously prepared in our kitchen. Come and see for yourself! We look forward to seeing you.

Access by Public Transport

Bus or train to Oppenau or Ottenhöfen. From 1 May to 1 Nov, there is a Freizeitbus to Allerheiligen Sat, Sun, & public hols.

Excursion Tips

• Allerheiligen Wasserfälle  • Klosterruine (monastery ruins) • Rotwildgehege (deer park) • Beautiful hiking trails, especially the Sagenrundweg • Klettersteig Karlsruher Grat  • Paragliding • Heimatmuseum Oppenau  • Naturschutzzentrum Ruhestein

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Schliffkopf Wellness & Natur Hotel

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Familie Fahrner

Zuflucht Natur & Sport Hotel Familie Ritter

Zuflucht 1, 72250 Zuflucht Tel. +49(0)7804 912560, Fax +49(0)7804 912561 info@naturundsporthotelzuflucht.de www.naturundsporthotelzuflucht.de

Schwarzwaldhochstrasse 1 72270 Schliffkopf / Baiersbronn Tel. +49(0)7449 920-0 Fax +49(0)7449 920-199 info@schliffkopf.de www.schliffkopf.de

Opening times (Hotel Opening: July, 26th 2012) Daily 8 am – 10 pm, hot food served 11 am – 8:30 pm

Opening Times

Specialties

Daily 11 am – 9:30 pm, hot food served 11:30 am – 8:30 pm (2–6 pm limited selection of hot foods), cold snacks, cake, ice cream 2 – 8:30 pm

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Experience nature: elev. 1025 m directly on the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse, in the midst of the Schliffkopf Nature Reserve. BergSPA: Place of energy, for harmony and regeneration. Daily keep-fit programme. Peak of indulgence: modern cuisine using traditional culinary methods. „Naturpark-Wirte“-menu.

Access by Public Transport

From Freudenstadt Stadtbahnhof, bus 12 to the Schliffkopf bus stop (directly in front of the building). From Achern, hotel shuttlebus pick-up.

Excursion Tips

• Lotharpfad  • Mummelsee  • Hornisgrinde  • Wildnispfad • Luchspfad  • Barfußpark (barefoot park) Hallwangen • Naturschutzzentrum Ruhestein  • Kloster Alpirsbach • Baden-Baden  • Freudenstadt

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Take refuge in the hotel Zuflucht, located at 975 m nearby to the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse. Close ties with nature and tradition embody the Black Forest hospitableness. Right from the lobby, hotel Zuflucht presents its guests an interplay between the elements, whilst the 46 double rooms and suites ensure that the guest is wholly at one with nature throughout their stay. An extremely cosy ambience awaits you. You are guaranteed uninterrupted views over the mountains, meadows and forests right down to Rhine valley from our panoramic terrace and from the paragliding set-off point in Rossberg. Be it a bike tour in the summer or skiing fun at the Zuflucht ski lift just 300 m from hotel Zuflucht in wintertime – due to our exceptional cycling and mountain competence no wish remains unfulfilled. From a culinary perspective you can be spoiled in our restaurants alike with traditional cuisine. Later on in the evening allow the day to draw to a close in our chalet, with a nightcap from the chalet bartender. For festivities and events we offer 320 places in our restaurant and hall. Following completion in spring 2013, our wellness and spa landscape will be available to you for hours of relaxation.

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Kniebis-Hütte

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Familie Fahrner

Straßburger Strasse 347 72250 FreudenstadtKniebis Tel. +49(0)7442 121160 Fax +49(0)7442 121177 info@kniebishuette.de www.kniebishuette.de

Support the valuable work of the association “Verein der Schwarzwaldhochstrasse”! Become a sustaining member! The association “Verein der Schwarzwaldhochstrasse” takes care of the: ● Coordination of events ● Promotion of

Opening Times

Mon – Sat 11:30 am – 7:30 pm, Sun 10:30 am – 7:30 pm Hot food served until 7 pm

Specialties

Located directly on the B28 – ideal for hiking, biking and in the winter for cross-country skiing. Suitable for family and company celebrations. Sufficient parking available, direct local public transport connections. Outdoor terrace with one-of-a-kind panoramic view – you can’t get more Black Forest than this!

Access by Public Transport

From the Freudenstadt main train station, bus 12 to the Kniebis Skistadion stop (right at the door).

Excursion Tips

• Lotharpfad  • Mummelsee  • Hornisgrinde  • Wildnispfad • Luchspfad  • Schliffkopf-Hotel  • Barfußpark (barefoot park) Hallwangen  • Naturschutzzentrum Ruhestein  • Kloster Alpirsbach   • Baden-Baden  • Freudenstadt

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the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse with its sights ● Generation of brochures and events programmes ● Representation of interests, promotion and coordination of the touristic attractions on the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse and in the neighbouring districts

You wish to support this work? Simply complete the back page and send or fax to: Verein der Schwarzwaldhochstrasse e.V. c/o Baiersbronn Touristik Rosenplatz 3, 72270 Baiersbronn, GERMANY Tel. +49(0)7442 8414-0, Fax +49(0)7442 8414-48

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“Verein der Schwarzwaldhochstrasse” and apply for membership with immediate effect as a

sustaining member / annual contribution € 25 sustaining member / voluntary contribution €

Tourist-Information Office on the B 500 Schwarzwaldstrasse 52, 76530 Baden-Baden

Tourist-Information Office at the Trinkhalle

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Kaiserallee 3, 76530 Baden-Baden Tel. +49(0)7221 275200, Fax +49(0)7221 275202 info@baden-baden.com www.baden-baden.com

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Tourist Information Office on the B 500: Mon-Sat 9 am – 6 pm, Sun & public hols 9 am-1 pm Tourist Information Office at the Trinkhalle: Mon-Sat 10 am – 5 pm, Sun & public hols 2 – 5 pm

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Welcome to Baden-Baden!

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Lying at the foot of the Black Forest, the international spa and cultural city of Baden-Baden is a paradise for all who appreciate high-class pleasure or who wish to quickly recharge their “batteries”. Whether for your health or well-being, for art or culture, for elegant shopping, for nature or for sports – there is a first-class palette of offerings available. Come discover Baden-Baden’s extraordinary flair!

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Date, Signature Many thanks for your support. Please detach this page and post or fax to the address overleaf.

Attractions

• Caracalla Therme (thermal spa) and Römisch-Irisches Friedrichsbad  • Casino Baden-Baden  • Museum Frieder Burda in

the magnificent park and gardens of the Lichtentaler Allee Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, Europe’s second-largest concert and opera house  Baden-Badener Rebland, one of Germany’s most famous Riesling-growing regions 40 km-long panoramic trail surrounding Baden-Baden

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Tourist-Information Office Bühl Hauptstrasse 92, 77815 Bühl Tel. +49(0)7223 935332, Fax 935339 tourist.info@buehl.de, www.buehl.de

Tourist-Information Office Landstrasse 27 76596 Forbach Tel. +49(0)7228 390 Fax +49(0)7228 3980 touristinfo@forbach.de www.forbach.de

Tourist Information Office Opening Times

Mon – Fri 9 am – noon, Mon – Wed 2 – 4 pm, Thu 2 – 5 pm

Welcome to Bühl!

Welcome to Forbach!

Forbach is an attractive community where you can really relax. The community’s landmark is the historical wooden bridge. The Murggarten with its fountains, springs and the fabled Hörnerich is both a playground and a peaceful oasis. In Forbach there is also the Montana Badezentrum with its solar-heated outdoor pool and many more attractions.

The city of Bühl stretches from the Rhine plain full of meadows and orchards past the vineyards to the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse. You are heartily invited to come for a leisurely stroll, bring your touring bike or mountain bike, put on your hiking boots for the more than 150 km of signposted trails or take part in winter sports, sample the culinary delights or just take advantage of the cultural events on offer!

Attractions

Attractions

Tourist Information Office Opening Times

Mon – Fri 8 am – 5 pm, Thu until 6 pm, May-Oct also Sat 10 am – noon

• Large network of hiking and themed trails  • Schwarzenbachtalsperre  • Mehliskopf, year-round bobsleigh run, climbing garden • Murgtal-Museum  • Unimog-Museum  • Thermalbäder (thermal spas) Baden-Baden and Rotenfels  • Aussichtsturm Hornisgrinde (lookout)  • Badener Höhe  • Hohlohturm  • Baden-Baden • Freudenstadt  • Mummelsee  • Schwarzwaldhochstrasse Sporting Activities

• Hochkopf  • Sandsee  • Freizeit- u. Sportzentrum Mehliskopf • Luchspfad and Wildnispfad  • Gertelbach-Wasserfälle • Ruin of the castle Alt-Windeck  • Walderlebnispfad • Carl-Netter-lookout Sporting Activities

Signposted mountain bike trails, toboggan run, ski lift, guided snowshoe tours, cross-country skiing trails

Signposted mountain bike and Nordic walking trails, toboggan run, ski lift, guided snowshoe tours, cross-country skiing trails

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Tourist-Information Office Bühlertal

Hauptstrasse 92, 77830 Bühlertal Tel. +49(0)7223 9967-0, Fax 75984 info@buehlertal.de, www.buehlertal.de

Tourist Information Office Opening Times

Mon – Fri 9 am – noon & 2 – 6 pm, Sat 9 am – 12:30 pm

Welcome to Bühlertal!

Bühlertal is a holiday destination known for its wine, situated in the beautiful countryside between the Badische Weinstrasse and the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse. Hikers are keen on the Gertelbach-Rundweg with its waterfalls as well as the many panoramic routes. Gourmets enjoy our wines and fine restaurants. Special tip: Museum Geiserschmiede. Event highlights: Culinary wine fair, Naturpark hiking day, Wine weeks, Culinary wine & hiking day

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Signposted mountain bike and Nordic walking trails, e-bike-tours, Bühlotbad (open air pool), tennis, fishing, toboggan run, ski lift, guided snowshoe tours, cross-country skiing trails

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Kurverwaltung Sasbachwalden

Talstrasse 51 77887 Sasbachwalden Tel. +49(0)7841 1035, Fax 23683 info@sasbachwalden.de www.sasbachwalden.de

Kurverwaltung Opening Times

May – Oct: Mon – Fri 9 am – 1 pm & 2 – 6 pm, Sat 10 am – noon Nov – Apr: Mon – Fri 9 am – 1 pm & 2 – 5 pm

Welcome to the Sasbachwalden holiday region!

You can find the holiday region of Sasbachwalden on the sunny side of the Black Forest. Famous for its listed half-timbered houses and floral decorations, this holiday region has much to offer its guests. More than 40 restaurants and three wine-growers plus a first-class tourist infrastructure guarantee a relaxing holiday.

Attractions

• Brigittenschloss (ruin of castle)  • Gaishöll-Wasserfälle • Open air pool  • Straubenhöf-Mühle (mill)  • Schnapsbrunnenwege  • Ruin of castle Neuwindeck  • Toni-Merz Museum • Turenne Museum  • Kühnerhof-Mühle  • Alte Trotte Sporting Activities

Signposted mountain bike and Nordic walking trails, toboggan run, ski lift, cross-country skiing trails

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Tourist Information Office Seebach

Tourist Information Office Ottenhöfen

Ruhesteinstr. 21, 77889 Seebach Tel. +49(0)7842 9483-20, Fax 9483-99 tourist-info@seebach.de www.seebach.de

Tourist Information Office Opening Times

Nov – Apr: Mon – Thu 9 am – noon & 2 – 4 pm, Fri 9 am – noon May – Oct and holidays: Mon – Fri 9 am – noon & 2 – 4:30 pm, Sat 10 am – noon

Welcome to Seebach!

The Seebach health resort is situated in the unique landscape of the Black Forest at altitudes ranging from 400 to 1164 m. Magnificent forests, lush orchards, mountain streams, the moor and spectacular views all provide unforgettable hiking and outdoor experiences. Attractive accommodation offers.

Attractions

• Mummelsee  • Hornisgrinde-Aussichtsturm  • The exciting Grindenpfad crossing the unique moor  • Naturschutzzentrum Ruhestein with Naturpark-Haus  • Distilleries  • Trachten- und

Volkskunstmuseum (museum for tradional costumes and handcraft)  Vollmer’s Mühle (mill) with rural museum  DeckerhofMühle  Mine Silbergründle  Wildsee  Lothardenkmal  Darmstädter Hütte  Hohfelsen  Kernhof/Bosenstein

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Großmatt 15 77883 Ottenhöfen Tel. +49(0)7842 804-44 Fax +49(0)7842 804-45 tourist-info@ottenhoefen.de www.ottenhoefen.de

Tourist Information Office Opening Times

Mon – Fri 9 am – noon & 2:30 – 4:30 pm, May – Oct also Sat 10 am – noon

Welcome to Ottenhöfen!

Ottenhöfen, the “mill village” of the Black Forest, is widely known for its lovingly restored mills that you can visit along the Mühlenweg. For a one-of-a-kind climbing route in the northern Black Forest , there is the Karlsruher Grat – an experience for passionate climbers and hikers. Other highlights include the legendary Edelfrauengrab Waterfalls in Gottschlägtal.

Attractions

• Mühlenweg  • Karlsruher Grat  • Edelfrauengrab-Wasserfälle • Felsenweg  • Historic steam engine  • Natural open air pool • Diverse children’s activities  • Winner in the state competition “Family Holidays”  • Popular for group and club trips Sporting Activities

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Baiersbronn BaiersbronnTouristik Touristik

Opening Times Öffnungszeiten Tourist-Info Tourist Information Office on the Rosenplatz:

Tourist-Information Mon – Fri 9 am – 6 pm,am Rosenplatz: Mo – Fr 9 – 18 Uhr, Sat, Sun, public hols 10 am – noon (Nov – Apr), Sa, So u. Feiertage 10 – 12 Uhr (Nov. – April), 10 am –    pm (May-Oct) 10 – 131Uhr (Mai – Okt.) Wander-Informationszentrum: Wander-Informationszentrum:Mon – Fri 8 am – 4 pm, MoSun, – Fr public 8 – 16 Uhr, So u.1 pm Feiertage 9 – 13 Uhr Sat, hols Sa, 9 am –  

Welcome to the Willkommen imhiking paradise of Baiersbronn! ...Baiersbronner all kinds of trails for explorers, Wanderhimmel! fantastic views, ruggedly

... das sind abwechslungsreiche picturesque valleys for naturePfadeand für tasty Entdecker, traumhafte lovers fare in wooden Aussichten, wildromantische cottages for bon vivants ... Täler für Naturliebhaber und bewirtschaftete Wanderhütten Attractions für Genießer .... Naturschutzzentrum Ruhestein Lotharpfad  Holzweg Erlebnisangebot Hauffs Märchenmuseum (fairy-taleLotharpfad museum) Holzweg Naturschutzzentrum Ruhestein Glashütte (glassworks) Buhlbach  4 outdoor swimming pools Glashütte Buhlbach Hauffs Märchenmuseum golf  Segway tours and41 Freibäder natural swimming pool  Crazy Minigolfplatz Segway-Touren und 1 Naturbad GPS excursions GPStours  Touren Hiking Wander-Angebote

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Besucherzentrum Schwarzwaldhochstrasse Visitors’ Centre Schwarzwaldhochstrasse Freudenstadt-Kniebis Freudenstadt-Kniebis Straßburger Straßburger Straße Strasse349, 349,72250 72250Freudenstadt-Kniebis Freudenstadt-Kniebis Tel. 07441 7570, Fax 07441 50632 +49(0)7441 7570, Fax +49(0)7441 50632 touristinfo@kniebis.de, touristinfo@kniebis.de,www.kniebis.de www.kniebis.de Öffnungszeiten Visitors’ Centre Besucherzentrum Opening Times täglich 11 – 17 Uhr Daily 11 am – 5 pm Willkommen in Freudenstadt ! Welcome to Freudenstadt! Als Portalgemeinde Naturpark Schwarzwald Mitte/NordFreudenbietet As the portal to theim Naturpark Schwarzwald Mitte/Nord, Freudenstadt neben auch pur. Freudenstadt als stadt offers not onlyStadterlebnis the excitement of Natur city life, but also pure nature. Heilklimatischer sowie daswith Lossburger Ferienland vor seinen Freudenstadt, asKurort a health resort the Lossburger tourist region Toren können als has Antwort auf dentoheute so much-discussed viel diskutierten Klimaat its gates, also the answer today’s issue of wandel gelten. Denn hier gibt es … einfach bessere Klima ! climate change. Here you find … simply thedas better climate! Erlebnisangebot Attractions größter Marktplatz • Stadtkirche •• Deutschlands Germany’s biggest marketplace  •  Protestant church •• Stadtmuseum • Friedrichsturm • Kurhaus/Kurgarten Municipal Museum Friedrichsturm  • • Kurhaus/Kurgarten Panorama-Bad Bärenschlössle im Christophstal •• Kurbähnle Kurbähnle •• Panorama-Bad•(baths)  • Mine “Heilige Drei Könige” „Heilige Drei Könige“ • Experimenta •• Besucherbergwerk Bärenschlössle im Christophstal  • Experimenta Wanderbares Museum • Plenterwald-Pfad •• „Wasserleben“– Wasserleben – Wanderbares Museum  • Plenterwald-Pfad Fun for Kids – Das Familien-Spiel-Paradies •• Friend’s Friend’s Fun for Kids – playground paradise for the family Sportangebot Sporting Activities ausgewiesene Mountainbike- und Nordic-Walking-Strecken, Signposted mountain bike and Nordic walking trails, toboggan Rodelhang, Skilift, geführte Schneeschuhtouren, gespurte run, ski lift, guided snowshoe tours, cross-country skiing trails, DSV Langlaufloipen, DSV Nordic aktiv Zentrum, Heilklima-Wanderungen Nordic Aktiv Zentrum, therapeutic climate walks and many more.

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Tourist Information Office Bad Rippoldsau-Schapbach

Tourist Information Office Opening Times

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Wilhelmstrasse 2, 77740 Bad Peterstal-Griesbach Tel. +49(0)7806 91000, Fax +49(0)7806 910029 info@bad-peterstal-griesbach.info www.bad-peterstal-griesbach.de

Mon – Fri 9 am – 5:30 pm, Sat 9 am – noon Off-season Mon – Fri 9 am – 12:30 pm & 1:30 – 5 pm

Welcome to Bad Peterstal-Griesbach!

A picturesque hilly landscape surrounds the spa, characterised by its mildly bracing climate with relaxation guaranteed. A variety of health, leisure, well-being and spa packages make this an attractive holiday destination. Epicureans can enjoy both the regional cuisine and gourmet restaurants. Children’s activities scheduled almost year-round, outdoor swimming pool, mini-golf …

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• Hiking: Premium hiking trail Wiesensteig (10 km), quality hiking trail Renchtalsteig (96 km)  • Museums: Exhibition of the spa bath

history, moped and scooter museum, day-labourer museum  Sporting highlights: Roller Ski World Cup, summer ski jumping, mountain bike day  Tradition: Large tattoo, traditional carnival events (for dates see www.bad-peterstal-griesbach.de

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More than 400 km of hiking and pleasure trails, signposted mountain bike and Nordic walking trails, snowshoe tours, cross-country skiing trails, toboggan run

Kurhausstr. 2, 77776 Bad Rippoldsau-Schapbach Tel. +49(0)7440 913940, Fax +49(0)7440 9139494 info@bad-rippoldsau-schapbach.de www.bad-rippoldsau-schapbach.de

Mon – Fri 9 am – noon & 2  –  5 pm May – Sep also Sat 10 am – noon

Welcome to Bad Rippoldsau-Schapbach!

The nugget lies in the wildly romantic Wolftal valley, which is considered one of the most beautiful valleys in the Black Forest. Natural treasures such as Burgbach waterfall, Glaswald lake, the Klagstein and Kastelstein are walking destinations well worth a visit. At the Wald-KulturHaus in the Holzwald you will discover interesting information about the historic forest vocations in the Wolftal valley. The wolf & bear parc plays host to both bears and wolves, which have found a new home coming out of a non species-approbiate livestock husbandry. The wolf & bear park has become a must-see attraction.

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