In the creek bed with calm, prudence and good body awareness, with caution and skill, the group climbs up the almost inaccessible, wild Langenbach gorge together. With trained guides, the water and gorge opens up a whole new perspective on nature and the surrounding area. "In being of nature ”is what guide Markus Dutschke calls the special thing about the gorge. The two-hour tour goes partly through waist-high water over slippery rocks and stones. There are wonderful rock, stone and stream landscapes as well as large and small natural water mills to discover. You will be rewarded with a very direct experience and exciting discovery of this little-known natural beauty.
What is Schluchting?
Canyoning is a subgroup of canyoning. In the gorge you hike the gorge from below, go through watercourses and climb over stones. Sturdy shoes, shorts, a T-shirt and helmet are sufficient for equipment.
Where is the canyon
The Langenbachschlucht (nature reserve) is located between Todtnau-Aftersteg (800 m above sea level) and Todtnau-Muggenbrunn (950 m above sea level). The entire Langenbach is about 5 km long, the gorge distance extends to about 1 km.