Hiking in the Black Forest

Experience unspoiled nature and views while hiking in the Black Forest, one of the most beautiful and varied landscapes in Germany – picturesque places, mystical forests and fascinating gorges will make you forget everyday life.

Our service for you

  • Numerous optimally prepared tour suggestions

  • Nordic walking poles for hire

  • Hire of hiking rucksacks

  • Hotel’s own hiking transfer several times a week (May to October)

  • KONUS card for free use of the hiking bus

  • Our lunch buffet “Power from the farmer” is available for you until 4:30 pm (free of charge when booking a package)

Foto vom Japanischen Garten in Bonndorf. Zu sehen sind blühende Bäume, Wiesen und das Teehaus.

Directly from the hotel…

Explore Bonndorf and the surrounding area on numerous circular trails of various lengths. Idyllic forests and mountain trails with views as far as the Alps show the Black Forest at its best. The Philosophers’ Path and the Japanese Garden are particularly worth seeing.

Ein Frau die in der Wutachschlucht direkt neben dem Fluss durch den Wald wandert.

Discover the Wutach Gorge…

Cut deep into the limestone, the gorge is waiting to be hiked. Your efforts will be rewarded with a wild and romantic landscape, rushing waterfalls and unspoilt forests. Germany’s largest canyon is also home to many rare, protected animal and plant species. You can reach the entrance to the Wutach Gorge on foot in 2 kilometers or use the free hiking bus (May to October).

Nordic Walking auf Wald Trails in Bonndorf im Schwarzwald

Take advantage of our free hiking transfer…

Several times a week (from April to October) we take you to various worthwhile starting points, such as the Wutach Gorge, Rothaus, Schluchsee or the Steinatal. You will receive a hiking description from us and hike back to the hotel on your own. This service is of course free of charge for you.

Foto von den Schuhe von zwei Wanderern, die Pause auf einem Hügel machen.

Hiking in the region…

There is also plenty on offer in the surrounding area. You can experience the Black Forest and its history up close on several premium hiking trails and themed paths. The Feldberg – at 1493 meters the highest mountain in the Black Forest – is a rewarding destination for hikers.