Jewel of the Upper Black Forest
BLACK FOREST WALKING HOLIDAYS
Jagged gorges, wide valleys, dense forests and clear streams: Black Forest walking holidays are pure natural cinema. Over 1,000 km of hiking trails weave their way through the Upper Black Forest/Schwarzwald. Those who put their trekking shoes on immerse themselves in a unique fauna and flora. Hike along the Ravenna Gorge. Climb towards the summit cross on the high Feldberg. Or go with a ranger to the largest nature reserve in Germany. Hiking in Breitnau in Höllental leads from one highlight to the next!
Do you want to see more?
Take a look at the Schluchsee from the Jägersteig or visit the Wutach Gorge, the Grand Canyon of the Black Forest.
Whether you are an individualist, leisure hiker or family walker, you can easily reach all routes in the Black Forest from Hofgut Sternen.
HIKING IN THE RAVENNA GORGE
Mighty, awe-inspiring and at the same time protective, the Ravenna Gorge lies at the back of the Hofgut Sternen. The Ravennabrücke towers above it, a 36 m high viaduct on which the Höllental railway rushes past. At its feet, the wild Ravenna stream makes its way, and where it doesn’t go any further, it plunges into the depths.
Hiking in the Ravenna Gorge is a must on a Black Forest holiday. The Heimatpfad leads directly through the quaint part of the Upper Black Forest, past cascades and waterfalls, old saws, mills and even a rope factory. In winter, the Ravenna Bridge serves as the backdrop for the Christmas market and adds even more magic to the most magical time of the year.