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Kaltenbronn – hiking in sensitive nature

Some very rare animal species like the capercaillie cock and the adder live around Kaltenbronn. A widespread area of the forest is a declared protected zone. One of the highlights at Kaltenbronn is the Information Centre.

Bleak woods and few hill-moors are characteristic for the high-lying region of Kaltenbronn. With a low annual average temperature of just 6 degrees Celsius and a high annual average rainfall rate of about 1500 mm, the area is almost comparable to the harsh southern Scandinavian climate. Numerous well signposted trails let you experience pure nature, for example the ‘troll-trail’, an adventurous trail for children.

The information centre of Kaltenbronn is fitted with an interactive exhibition; many events, guided tours and free hiking maps show the special character of the protected landscape. The sign-posted trails to the wild lake, Hohloh-lake, Hohloh-lake-moor and the wild lake moor invite to go hiking, walking, bike-riding or mountain-biking. The Grünhütte, the Hotel Sarbacher and the inn Teufelsmühle invite you for a break in their lovely houses.

Further Information:

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