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Out and about in the Black Forest National Park

Do you prefer short, circular walks or tours that last several days? Do you like walking on wild,...

Highlight-Touren im Nationalpark

Wir freuen uns, dass Sie den Nationalpark Schwarzwald entdecken möchten und begrüßen Sie herzlich....

Adventure trails in the national park

The adventure trails belong to the most popular trails in the Black Forest National Park. This is no surprise, seeing that the visitors have the opportunity to experience the distinctive kind of nature along these three trails. Each trail dedicates itself to a certain subject and has a unique path layout. On the Lothar trail you cross bridges over fallen trees, on the Wilderness trail you climb or crawl over old tree trunks and on the Lynx trail you are able to see the forest from the perspective of a lynx. Also along the Lynx trail you can find interesting information. So while you follow the trail both young and old take part in an educational experience as well.



With annual average rainfall levels of up to 2700 mm (on average 2200 mm), the Black Forest National Park has one of the highest rates of precipitation in Germany outside the Alpine ...

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Health and relaxation

Health and relaxation

Life places so many demands on us in both our working and family lives. Our daily routines are often dictated by hectic schedules and appointments. The danger of suffering from ...

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Rules for
National Park

We are delighted that you are interested in discovering the Black Forest National Park and wish you a very warm welcome. Due to the high number of ...

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