This valley is a paradise for hikers, bikers and nature lovers.
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A moor information point, a waterfall, a leisure centre and more are waiting for you to be discovered.
The perfect place for families
On a length of 8.5 kilometers, the Schwarzenbächle Valley stretches along the small creek of the same name. The largely unspoilt valley is the ideal place to spend hot summer days as you can perfectly cool off there. Nature’s little miraclesare waiting to be unraveled and you can also learn about asilvermine of the late Medieval Age. On numerous information boards you can read more about the valley. A barbecue place invites for a rest and your children will enjoy splashing around in the adjacent damned creek.
Large areas of the Schwarzenbächle Valley are part of the”Kirchspielwald – Ibacher Moos”, the largest nature reserve in the Upper Hotzenwald. The Seven Moor Trail opens the moors of this area to nature lovers.
How to get there?
Discover the valley on a slow car journey– parking bays are provided at all sights -, by bike or on foot. You will find your way along the very quiet road K 6591 passing through the valley.
How to find Schwarzenbächle Valley?
From Dachsberg-Vogelbach, the route K 6591 first passes the Ibach Valley up to the Ibach Bridge from where it continues through the Schwarzenbächle Valley.
From Ibach, you pass the church on the way to Lindau and after quite some kilometers you see the village of Vogelbach signposted. After changing to the route K 6591 you arrive in the valley.
Coming from the Hotzenwald, you turn right in direction of Lindau soon after passing the stone cross. With Lindau ahead of you, stay on the right and turn right in direction of Vogelbach and you have arrived in the valley.
Please note: Depending on snow conditions, the valley is not accessible!