In the first loop of the tour we walk through a mountain valley above Seeburg, enjoying beautiful views of the village below, the fairytale mountain castle of Uhenfels and underway we’ll have to negotiate several cattle gates, where we might encounter the local goat herds. In the second half of the looped tour, we walk on the Trailfinger path to the source of the river Erms, in the romantic Mühltal valley. The pathway winds through the lush green mixed forest in the cool Trailfinger gorge, then sweeps over a footbridge and upwards to Littstein, which lies in the core zone of the Swabian Alb Biosphere Reserve. From here we walk on wide plateaus over to Burgberg (Castle hill) down to the Seeburger Memorial and are shortly back at our starting point.
In an emergency dial 112. Where necessary, make the emergency services aware that the injured persons are located in inaccessible terrain, so that the mountain rescue Bad Urach can be alerted and there is no loss of time needed in the rescue.
All along the signposted routes you will find plaques with your exact location number on them. These numbers are known in the emergency control center and will help to speed up rescue times, please reference them when making an emergency call.