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Schwarzwaldhochstrasse B 500 Lotharweg / 48.507232, 8.223432, 72270, Baiersbronn, Baden-Wurttemberg Germany
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4-day Self-Drive German Beer Brewing Tradition Tour from Freiburg to Heidelberg and Wuerzburg, including Freiburg City Tour
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4-day Self-Drive German Beer Brewing Tradition Tour from Freiburg to Heidelberg and Wuerzburg, including Freiburg City Tour

Learn all about German beer brewing traditions on this self-drive tour. You’ll get the most out of your trip by visiting three different cities—Freiburg, Heidelberg, and Wuerzburg. It’ll be a hassle-free trip as accommodation, breakfast, and dinner is included. Being a self-drive tour gives you the freedom to travel at your own pace. You’ll go on a guided tour in Freiburg, and then explore the other cities in your own time.
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Rami N wrote a review Aug 2019
Tel Aviv, Israel89 contributions41 helpful votes
You read so much about this path, but when we came, most of it was closed down due to some maintenance or technical problem or and I or something like that
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Tamerlans007 wrote a review Jul 2019
Badalona, Spain1,757 contributions142 helpful votes
We got information of the place in the local tourist office and we drove there without many expectatives but we had a great surprise. The path is a boardwalk in a recovered area with really good points during the walk. When we finished the visit our daughter (6 years old) wanted to repeat, she really had a good time. The visit and the parking are free
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Date of experience: July 2019
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ukusa2155 wrote a review Jun 2019
Medford, Massachusetts401 contributions44 helpful votes
Very interesting to see how a forest recovers with no human interference. Also great for a short hike or as starting point for a longer one as there is access by public transportation from Freudenstadt.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Lagomorphs wrote a review May 2018
Matlock, United Kingdom23 contributions26 helpful votes
This is a small area of moorland and woods with a path that mostly consists of wooden walkways. There is a lookout from which you can get a panoramic view over the trees. Lots of interesting twists and turns, climbs and descents and beautiful root patterns on fallen trees. An hour or so of fun for kids large and small.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Lastseenat wrote a review Sep 2017
Ross and Cromarty, United Kingdom106 contributions86 helpful votes
Having visited the lotharpfad site a few days after it happened and then later after a tourist walkway had been constructed it was interesting to return to see how nature had taken over. We could still see signs of the initial disastrous storm, and the walkway that was constructed to facilitate walking round the worst of the fallen timber with some beautiful photo opportunities. But nature is fighting back and I was amazed at the regrowth. Work was ongoing with renewal of some walkways. We chose to walk the panoramweg, a circular trip which was very easy walking and affording great views ( as long as the haze over the Rhine valley does not spoil them.) well worth a walk around.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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