#Uffbasse! For consideration and nature conservation
Hiking, walking, strolling, cycling, mountain biking, climbing, trekking, picnics, forest bathing, chilling and stopping for a bite to eat. Holidays and leisure time in the fresh air should be fun and, above all, relaxing. This works best if we treat ourselves, other people and nature with care and attention. SO: BASS' UFF UN DENK MIT! Be considerate of everyone who is on the road and especially of nature, so that we can still enjoy it in the distant future.
Under www.pfalz.de/uffbasse we have listed some behavioral tips for a considerate and careful coexistence.
Safety informationDespite the markings, we recommend that you always have an appropriate hiking map with you for safety reasons, so that you can quickly find your way to a safe area in the event of a thunderstorm or an emergency, for example.
Especially in autumn, it is also important to ensure that the leaves lying on the ground can cover bumps, roots, stones or holes in the path. After storms, trees can still fall or branches can fall afterwards. Especially in adverse weather conditions, muddy and slippery passages can occur on natural paths. You have to reckon with trail impairments of this kind when you go on a hike. Not all rocks or chasms are secured with ropes or railings. In some cases, surefootedness is required. If you are of the opinion that you cannot walk on certain sections of the path, then you should avoid them.
In case of snow and ice, caution is advised on all hiking trails!
Tips and hintsTourist-Info-Centre Palatinate Forest
Holiday region Hauenstein
Shoe mile 1
Coming from the B10 from Pirmasens or Landau: Leave the B10 at Wilgartswiesen. In the centre of Wilgartswiesen, after 2 km continue to Spirkelbach. Drive through the village of Spirkelbach. Turn right in the direction of Hauenstein. After about 15 meters on the left side is parking lot at the cemetery.
ParkingParking at the Spirkelbach cemetery
Author’s map recommendations
EquipmentSturdy shoes, clothing suitable for the weather, sun and rain protection, as well as sufficient supplies of food and drinks, should there be no refreshment stops or shopping facilities available or open. Although the trail is well marked, you should always have a suitable hiking map with you for safety reasons.
Weather at the route's trailhead
- 3 Waypoints
- 3 Waypoints