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Schönau with Belchen (1414)
Schönau with Belchen (1414)

Schönau in the Black Forest

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The insider tip for holidays in Southern Black Forest Nature Park!

From the abundance of nature, people here refuel new elixir of life.

The Belchen vacation stands for a pure feeling of nature in an intact landscape: changing landscape forms, fragrant green hay meadows, lush cow pastures, gnarled willow beeches, enticing floral scents, rushing torrents, quiet forest clearings - pause and that

listening to your own breath. Fabulous panoramic views open up from the Black Forest's most beautiful vantage point at an altitude of 1414 m: the Alps, from the Zugspitze to the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau to the

Mont Blanc, Swiss Jura, Vosges, Rhine Valley and the highest in the Black Forest, the Feldberg.

Hiking:

Over 200 km of marked trails, Westweg Pforzheim-Basel.

- Swim:

Heated outdoor pool (24 ° C) from June to September

- Alpine and Nordic skiing:

50 lifts within a radius of 15 km, longest ski run in the southern Black Forest (8 km), cross-country center Hohtann-Ballon (38 km of groomed trails), Schonach-Belchen long-distance ski hiking trail; Natural ice rinks.

- Golf:

Public golf course with free taster courses with the golf pro

- tennis:

3 new clay courts under the open sky.

- fishing:

Trout fishing with a fly

- mountain bike:

Guided tours, tour manual with maps, 20 signposted tours of all levels of difficulty

- paragliding

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