The Klosterwege (Monastery trails) are part of a series of tours in the northern Black Forest that I will publish in the near future. Some say no, when the speech on the Black Forest is coming. Many of the well-known climbs in the south are too tough. The northern Black Forest, however, is diverse, you will find a lot of gently curved roads, where the meters in altitude add up to modest sums and the percentage of inclines remains moderate. The district capital Calw with the picturesque market place and the historic half-timbered houses is an ideal starting point for all our tours.
As the name already suggests, this tour leads through several villages with well-known monasteries in the region, most notably the Maulbronn Monastery (in part 2). From Calw we first follow the valley of the Nagold for a while, before it goes steeply uphill to Ottenbronn. From there, however, only about 450 meters of altitude difference await us, so that the tour is rather moderate. Via Merklingen, Weil der Stadt, Malmsheim, Heimerdingen, Eberdingen we go to Enzweihingen, where we follow the Enz for a short distance. Then it goes through Oberriexingen to the end of the first part of the route in Hohenhaslach.
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