Best dogs leash trails in Germany

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Explore the most popular dogs on leash trails in Germany with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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#1 - Partnach Gorge Trail
Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria, Germany
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Length: 4.4 mi • Est. 2 h 41 m
The Partnach Gorge is one of the most beautiful in the Alps. The gorge, which has been declared a national monument, is the natural runoff of the Schneeferner, the remnant of a glacier on the Zugspitze. Access to the gorge costs: Adults: 5.00 € Spa guests: 4.00 € (from Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Grainau, Farchant, Oberau, Eschenlohe with a valid spa card) Adult locals: 4.00 € (Garmisch-Partenkirchen with ID) Group discount for adults : € 4.00 (15+) people, bus drivers and travel companions free) Disabled people: € 4.00 (with appropriate ID - from 50% GdB) Children: € 2.00 (from 6 - 16 years) The Partnach Gorge itself is about 700 meters long and more than 80 meters deep, making it a great sight for the whole family. Children in particular will enjoy the many tunnels and the roaring water. The gorge is also worth a visit in winter.Show more
#2 - Traumschleife Baybachklamm
Weitersborn, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
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Length: 6.5 mi • Est. 3 h 28 m
This premium hiking trail has everything the hiker's heart desires. There are good reasons why the Baybachklamm is also called "Grand Canyon of the Hunsrück". Mighty cliffs, bubbling whitewater with partly swampy floodplains, earthy paths over combined with countless climbs, make the entire Maybachtal a real "high rope course" for adventurers and nature lovers. This circular route starts at the car park Baybachklamm north of Heyweiler. Starting with a relaxed walk to the west, you cross the Baybach. Then follow the trail past the Steffenshof and turn right towards Klöckners Kaul. On the way back, follow the river back towards Heyweiler and walk through the fields back to the parking lot where the adventure started.Show more
#3 - Wallberg
Kreuth, Bavaria, Germany
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Length: 7.5 mi • Est. 5 h 10 m
The Wallberg is a summit in the Bavarian Alps near Tegernsee. It is famous for having the longest loboggan run in Germany and a ski route. It offers incredible views of the surrounding Alps and Tegernsee. Show more
#4 - Eifelsteig Etappe 1: Kornelimüenster to Roetgen
Hürtgenwald
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Length: 8.7 mi • Est. 4 h 47 m
The first stage of the Eifelsteig begins in Kornelimüenster and passes through the Struffelt Nature Preserve before ending in Roetgen. In Inde Valley, you will see lime kilns and a historic mine. As you make your way into Struffelt, you will pass through forest and then through a boggy land (don't worry, there's footbridges!). You will then pass the Dreilägerbach River Dam and then the town of Roetgen, often called the 'Gateway to the Eifel'.Show more
#5 - Eifelsteig Stage 3: Monschau to Einruhr
Hohes Venn-Eifel Nature Park
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Length: 16 mi • Est. 8 h 11 m
The third stage of the Eifelsteig begins in Monschau, runs mostly above the Rur and ends in the city Einruhr. It offers a lot of variety from grandiose views, over medieval towns to green valleys and mountain tops. Some of the many highlights along the way include Teufelsloch and Engelsley, the Perlenbachtalsperre and a historic sawmill. As part of the Eifelsteig, this hike is marked with the Eifelsteig logo throughout.Show more
#6 - Schlichemklammweg
Schlichemtal nature reserve
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Length: 5.8 mi • Est. 2 h 51 m
The route in the Schischemtal nature reserve is signposted with a red dot on a white background. The valley is a protected area for many animals and plants, so you are asked not to leave the paths and to keep dogs on a leash. For example, the peregrine falcon, which uses the open rock faces and quarries for breeding, is particularly protected. The Schischem valley is considered to be richly structured: there are different types of forest, wet meadows, steppe heaths and sheep heaths, rock formations and of course the famous Schischem Gorge, which with its winding cataracts and cascades is a testimony to the millions of years of the Schischem digging into the shell limestone. The ruins of Irslingen Castle are also worthwhile.Show more
#7 - Triberg Waterfalls
Black Forest
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Length: 1.1 mi • Est. 45 m
Germany's highest waterfalls are a unique nature experience. Especially at meltwater times, the amounts of water here are enormous. Foaming wildly the roaring waters of the Gutach plunges 163 m into the depths. This natural sight in the Black Forest, extends over 7 steps. The main entrance to the waterfalls is easily accessible from the city center. However, a small entrance fee is due. At night the lights stay on until 22:00 o'clock and still offer a fascinating sight.Show more
#8 - Teverener Heide Big Loop
Naturschutzgebiet Teverener Heide
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Length: 5.5 mi • Est. 2 h 33 m
#9 - Lebküchlerweg
Black Forest
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Length: 7.8 mi • Est. 4 h 24 m
This gourmet trail in the Black Forest begins and ends just north of Todtmoos. Through the Rabenschlucht and the forests of the Kirchberg the Lebküchlerweg leads us past viewpoints above the Black Rock and the Rudolf-Jordan-Hütte. Soon, the forest clears and we walk across meadows to the district of Lehen - with beautiful views of the Todtmooser valley and the Hotzenwald. The Hochkopfhaus invites us to a cozy stop before we hike on the panorama trail to the cozy sky loungers under the Weidbuche. On the rustic forest path we walk past the Liebfrauenbrunnen and enjoy the view at the Rüttepavillon. From there, the path leads us over bridges and bridges through the small gorge down into the idyllic district Rütte and on to Todtmooser Wasserfall. Past the Stricker Chapel, we can stop in the Hotel-Restaurant Rößle shortly before the end of the hike.Show more
#10 - Baumgeister Trail
Kulturlandschaft Oberes Mittelrheintal
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Length: 10.8 mi • Est. 5 h 48 m
Due to severe weather damage in Morgenbachtal, the tree ghost tour can currently only be done on an alternative route. The map has been updated from the original route on AllTrails. You can find an overview map here: https://www.rheinburgenweg.com/fileadmin/files/RBW/Wegemanagement/161006_Wegenews_Baumgeister.pdf You can find updates here: https://www.outdooractive.com/de/hiking-trail/ romantisch- rhein / baumgeister-tour / 7103192 / The path begins at the Jägerhaus and then follows a small stream through the Steckeschläferklamm, where numerous tree spirit sculptures have been carved and painted in the trees. The path then leads through a lush forest, where the next highlight, the remains of an old Roman villa that have been excavated, can be found and open to the public. The path then reveals a very beautiful panorama with a view over the Rhine, over an adventurous suspension bridge. In the next section along the Rhine Valley there are numerous other views over the river. An old donkey path then leads to the old Rheinstein Castle, which can be visited for a small fee. There is a restaurant here where you can stop. Finally, it goes back through the picturesque Morgenbachtal back to the Jägerhaus.Show more
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