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Baumwipfelpfad Bad Wildbad

With a total lenght of 1.250 meters (incl. slope to the look-out) the treetop trail winds, at a height up to 20 meters above forest soil, through beeches, fir trees and sprunces at the Sommerberg at Bad Wildbad. Enjoy the breath-taking 360° view of the look-out. Downwards take the 55 meters long tube slide.

Mehliskopf Sports and Leisure Centre

There is a versatile range of activities available at the Mehliskopf Sports and Leisure Centre. Summertime or winter, there is always something going on here.

A winter sports fan? Find some excitement on the longest ski descent of the northern Black Forest! Even for the ski and snowboard beginners, there are plenty of suitable slopes and lifts available. When there is no snow, go for the Mehliskopf-Bob downhill track and feel the thrill of the high speed. However, at archery or climbing facilities, concentration is asked for.

You can find more information on these and further attractions here.

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Mehliskopf Sports and Leisure Centre

There is a versatile range of activities available at the Mehliskopf Sports and Leisure Centre. Summertime or winter, there is always something going on here.

A winter sports fan? Find some excitement on the longest ski descent of the northern Black Forest! Even for the ski and snowboard beginners, there are plenty of suitable slopes and lifts available. When there is no snow, go for the Mehliskopf-Bob downhill track and feel the thrill of the high speed. However, at archery or climbing facilities, concentration is asked for.

You can find more information on these and further attractions here.

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Enzklösterle Poppeltal giant slide

The longest toboggan run of southern Germany is located in the Enzklösterle Seewald Leisure Park. 1,500m of up- and downhill. On this summer toboggan run, you are first towed to the top of Mt. Seekopf. What follows is a hard descent with steep turns and other obstacles in the small sled. However, you are able to freely regulate the speed in case you feel it is getting too fast. There are also further attractions featured at this theme park, such as bumper cars, swing ride, trampolines, rodeo and pumpers. More information can be found here.

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Rutesheim Waldhochseilgarten climbing circuit

From high above the treetops, the forest once again looks very different: Experience this new perspective provided by the Waldhochseilgarten climbing facilities of Rutesheim. 1,600 meters of climbing to overcome in 10 courses.

At a dizzying height, you move from tree to tree across rope bridges, flying fox slides and boardwalks. Families and teams strengthen their cohesion here and recover from the high altitude in the nearby beer garden afterwards.

In addition to the Waldhochseilgarten climbing circuit, there are further things to do in the Rutesheim Leisure Park to which this climbing facility belongs. Details can be found here.

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Rutesheim Waldhochseilgarten climbing circuit

From high above the treetops, the forest once again looks very different: Experience this new perspective provided by the Waldhochseilgarten climbing facilities of Rutesheim. 1,600 meters of climbing to overcome in 10 courses.

At a dizzying height, you move from tree to tree across rope bridges, flying fox slides and boardwalks. Families and teams strengthen their cohesion here and recover from the high altitude in the nearby beer garden afterwards.

In addition to the Waldhochseilgarten climbing circuit, there are further things to do in the Rutesheim Leisure Park to which this climbing facility belongs. Details can be found here.

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Schmuckwelten Pforzheim – World of Jewelry

The Golden City of Pforzheim has a long tradition in jewelry. Goldsmiths and watchmakers have belonged for centuries to this city located on the edge of the Northern Black Forest.

Since 2005 you can observe how raw jewelry is processed at the Schmuckwelten Pforzheim Jewelry shopping gallery. Under one roof, the Schmuckwelten presents the complete jewelry experience; here you learn all about gold, precious stones, pearls and minerals, and can visit an extensive shopping centre as well.

1,000m² of pure fascination, including a huge wall of gold, a gold-plated Porsche and many jewelry and brand boutiques in all their splendor. See here for more information and details.

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Maulbronn Monastery – UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Cistercian monastery in Maulbronn was founded in 1147 and became an important political, economic and social centre in the Middle Ages.

In Maulbronn, you can see the best preserved monastery north of the Alps and admire an impressive evidence of the Cistercian culture. In 1993, the Maulbronn monastery was included in the UNESCO List of World Cultural Heritage, offering its visitors high culture.

Three museums, guided tours and events, as well as many other highlights are waiting to be discovered in Maulbronn. More information can be found here.

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Maulbronn Monastery – UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Cistercian monastery in Maulbronn was founded in 1147 and became an important political, economic and social centre in the Middle Ages.

In Maulbronn, you can see the best preserved monastery north of the Alps and admire an impressive evidence of the Cistercian culture. In 1993, the Maulbronn monastery was included in the UNESCO List of World Cultural Heritage, offering its visitors high culture.

Three museums, guided tours and events, as well as many other highlights are waiting to be discovered in Maulbronn. More information can be found here.

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Hermann Hesse’s City of Calw

“Calw is the most beautiful city of all”, was once said by the Nobel laureate Hermann Hesse of his hometown. Head for Calw and follow the footsteps of the world famous writer. Visit the Hermann Hesse Museum, take part in one of the guided tours to learn more about the famous son of this city, or just stroll at your own pace between the half-timbered houses. Many of the buildings you see in this city can be found back in Hesse’s stories, making Calw an open-air museum of literature. Find here more information about the guided tours on Hesse and other attractions.

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Waldhufendorf – the forest village theme path

No idea what a Waldhufendorf might be? Then let your wanderings take you to one. Take this theme path and discover the medieval world of the Beinberg village. The starting point of the 2.5km long route is the village square of Bad Liebenzell-Beinberg. You will learn everything about the settlers and their forest village at several stations on this path. Prepare to take part in a fascinating story taking about 2 hours. Audio guides available. For an embossed map and more information visit the Bad Liebenzell Service Center or click here.

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Waldhufendorf – the forest village theme path

No idea what a Waldhufendorf might be? Then let your wanderings take you to one. Take this theme path and discover the medieval world of the Beinberg village. The starting point of the 2.5km long route is the village square of Bad Liebenzell-Beinberg. You will learn everything about the settlers and their forest village at several stations on this path. Prepare to take part in a fascinating story taking about 2 hours. Audio guides available. For an embossed map and more information visit the Bad Liebenzell Service Center or click here.

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Unterreichenbach Forest Reserve

Immerse yourself into a piece of wilderness amidst the Black Forest. See the Klebwald, a forest reserve of Unterreichenbach, showing you how this region used to look centuries ago. Man has completely withdrawn from here, letting nature take care of itself. Little goblins are watching the hikers, who are getting to know this forest reserve from entirely new points of view at its numerous stations. With its length of 2km and the height difference of 50m, the path is especially suitable for families with small and big explorers. For more information click here.

Barefoot path in Bieselsberg

No shoes, no socks – this is how a sensuous forest adventure following the barefoot path created in 2011 begins. A Kneipp facility consisting of two old natural pasture wells is the starting and ending point of this path lying between Schomberg and Bad Liebenzell. The 600m long circular route does not only take you across sticks and stones, but also through the high moor. You can marvel at the primeval Black Forest biotope and see rare native plants and animals here. For more information click here.

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Barefoot path in Bieselsberg

No shoes, no socks – this is how a sensuous forest adventure following the barefoot path created in 2011 begins. A Kneipp facility consisting of two old natural pasture wells is the starting and ending point of this path lying between Schomberg and Bad Liebenzell. The 600m long circular route does not only take you across sticks and stones, but also through the high moor. You can marvel at the primeval Black Forest biotope and see rare native plants and animals here. For more information click here.

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