The Palatinate is particularly popular with nature lovers and outdoor sports enthusiasts. The region offers many highlights, such as visiting medieval castles, strolls through dense forests or the convivial enjoyment of numerous Palatinate specialities. All this can be perfectly combined on the half-day and day tours of the "Hiking Menu Palatinate".
Half day tours of the Palatinate
All in all, there are nine short and particularly family-friendly walks on the "Hiking Menu Palatinate", most of which can be hiked in half a day. All half-day tours in the "Hiking Menu Palatinate" run through the Pfälzerwald Biosphere Reserve". The exceptional rock formations and mottled sandstone rocks of the forest are the focus of the Dimbach Buntsandstein Höhenweg and the Geiersteine Tour. Hikers can discover and enjoy magnificent views and old castle ruins on the Spirkelbach Höllenberg Tour and the Annweiler Castle Trail.
The Hinterweidenthal Teufelstisch Tour is particularly popular with families. The Sleeping Beauty Circular Trail, which also runs along the Brothers Grimm Fairy Tale Trail, has something of everything to offer. The half-day tour Grenzgängerweg leads across the border to neighbouring France. On it you can learn a lot about the legends and anecdotes from the border area. The hiking trail Hexenklamm through the legendary gorge with great views as far as France is also popular.
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On the road all day
The biggest part of the "Hiking Menu Palatinate" are the day tours. A total of 23 courses can be chosen for every taste. Several paths lead the guests of the region past the numerous historical sites of the region. These include, for example, the 22.5 km long Leiniger Burgenweg.
The Palatinate has a lot to offer in terms of landscape. That is why every tour on the "Hiking Menu Palatinate" can be enjoyed in this aspect. The Napoleon Climb through the impressive rocky landscape in Dahner Felsenland is particularly popular. If you like to look into the distance and enjoy fantastic views of the surrounding countryside, you should definitely take the Preußensteig or the Annweiler Richard-Löwenherz-Weg.
Of course, even more tours offer great viewpoints with the possibility of expansive panorama photos. Special themes include, for example, the Brunnen- und Quellenweg and the Pfälzer Hüttentour. Hikers can learn interesting things about nature and the region in passing.