The Auen-Wildernispfad near Altenheim in Neuried offers nature lovers and adventure seekers a 2,5-kilometer hiking tour through the Rheinauen landscape. Along the way, hikers can admire the flora and fauna of the floodplain forest, including large willow, poplar, and oak trees, wild meadows, and frog ponds.
Fallen tree trunks become climbing gardens and playgrounds for children. The walk takes about 2 hours. Note, however, that the trail may be closed during high tide. Overall it's a scenic and potentially challenging hike with various things to see and discover.
Parking is available at the European Forum am Rhein, and the trail is also accessible by bus.
Important: The floodplain wilderness path near Altenheim is only accessible if it is not affected by flooding. In order to determine whether the path is walkable, one should pay attention to the gauge at the entrance, which is divided into different colored areas.