The varied round trip takes us through the three gorges of Wutach, Gauchach and Enge. We first walk through the Wutach Gorge on a section of the well-known Gorge Trail before we reach the wild and romantic Gauchach Gorge. This smaller side gorge impresses with many small waterfalls as well as small bridges and footbridges that lead us over the Gauchach again and again. On the way, we pass the Burgmühle hiking hostel, where we can stop off for a bite to eat and don't miss out on the home-made cakes. Another highlight is the challenging Enge Gorge. The paths are usually very wet and slippery, so caution is advised on the narrow paths. Then it goes back towards Bachheim via a meadow path.
Please note the recommended running direction!
Not suitable for prams, can be walked with children if they are sure-footed and free from giddiness.
Suitable for dogs, some lattice steps, be considerate of other hikers on narrow paths and put the dog on a leash.
After or during rain, the paths are often wet and slippery, very narrow paths, bridges, footbridges and waterfalls. Stunning vegetation.
Sturdy shoes and backpack food. Surefootedness and a head for heights are absolutely necessary.
Before the hike, please be sure to inform yourself about the current path conditions.
The gorges are divided into different rescue sectors, all of which are signposted. In emergencies, you enable the mountain rescue service to find your location better and faster. Therefore, please always pay attention to which sector you are in.
Since you don't always have mobile phone reception in the gorges, you may have to walk out of the gorge or further into the gorge to call the mountain rescue service from there. In emergencies, please call 112.