Der Wolfspfad ist im Winter zwar begehbar, die Spielstationen aber zum Teil abgebaut.



Dr. Rudolf-Eberle-Straße 3,  79862 Höchenschwand
Open 24 hours

On the "Wolfspfad" children and adults together with "Lupus", the companion and friendly mascot of the path, go on an exciting discovery journey around the life of the wolves.

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At various stations they learn a lot about the life of the wolves. Together they can experience the dangers that threaten the animals during their journey to the Black Forest, which animals prefer to be on the wolves' pet list, how the wolf is represented in fairy tales, or how to sneak in like a wolf. It can also be measured at a station, how fast, in the Verglecih to a wolf, a person can run. If you are quiet, it may even be that a sudden wolfing of the wolf can be seen through the forest. A resting place with play and relaxation facilities and the Wolfshütte with further interesting information invite you to linger.
The Wolfspfad is located at Strittberg south of Höchenschwand, is about four kilometers long and runs mainly on natural paths and paths through the forest. There is a parking lot at the starting point.

The facility is expected to open in summer 2017.


Free entry

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