Rosi Robin



Location: Oppenau
Track length: 3.3 km
Ascent: 132 m
Descent: 132 m
Suitable for prams: no
Starting point: Oppenau town hall square

If you want to experience the picturesque Black Forest, you have come to the right place on the Rosi Rotkehlchen adventure trail. If you listen carefully in the forest, you will hear many different sounds made by birds. This turns the walk on the adventure trail into a relaxed hike where you can forget the stress that is normally around you.

You and your children can also get to know a lot of new bird species here, which you otherwise only get to see very rarely. There are also exciting puzzle boards along the way, where your children can learn something valuable about the biodiversity of birds.

The Rosi Rotkehlchen adventure trail is 3,3 kilometers long and takes about 2-3 hours. Distributed along the way, you will find signposts with the mascot of the adventure trail.

This is how the Rosi Rotkehlchen adventure trail runs:

The adventure trail begins on Rathausplatz in Oppenau. From the town hall square it goes over the Kapellenweg through the beautiful gardens to the promenade. Once here, you can start listening to the birds. Past the Friedburg you continue to the Katzenbuckelpavilion. Once you've spotted the cat, you can continue hiking. You stroll past brightly painted birdhouses to the castle grounds.

Now you can follow a new path that goes up through the ford over a bridge. At the top you will then get to the small level. This is a great place to take a short break and enjoy a picnic.

Strengthened, it goes on towards the playground. In addition to a large climbing frame, swings and much more, a photo frame awaits you here for those who are not adventurers. You can take a nice souvenir picture at this spot.

Now it's back to the Turnerhütte. You then get to the giant eggs across a meadow. After you have examined this, it goes past the peace oak to the pavilion on the disk rock. From here, a narrow path leads down to the Kletthütte. From the hut you have a great view over Oppenau and you can look down to the church. With a little luck you can spot the kestrel in the church tower through the telescope. Now follow the signs back to the starting point.

Back at the parking lot, you can discuss which of you could spot more birds and teach your children something valuable.

You can park here:

You can find long-term parking at the swimming pool in Oppenau or at the train station. These are also free of charge. There are two charging stations for electric vehicles at the Stadtgarten car park near Poststrasse.

The Rosi Rotkehlchen adventure trail starts here:

The starting point is on the Rathausplatz in Oppenau.

Suitable for prams?

Because the path is rather narrow and there are inclines over it, the path is unfortunately not suitable for prams.

If you register and pay a fee, you can borrow a backpack so that the little guests can also enjoy the Rosi Rotkehlchen adventure trail. You can do this at the service point on Rathausplatz at number 1. You are also welcome to register by calling 07804-4836. The staff at the service point will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Image courtesy of Stefan von Bismark


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