Hikings directly from the campsite
All hikes start directly from the Langenwald campsite. Of course there are many more hiking possibilities. We recommend that you take a look at the tours in >>Outdooractive<< or >>Komoot<<. There you will find the tours below with an exact altitude profile, as well as many other hikes in our beautiful homeland.
Almost all hiking trails can also be travelled by bicycle. Special paved cycle paths for racing bikes are, for example, the Murgtalradweg and the Kinzitalradweg. Both cycle paths can also be reached from the campsite via forest paths or the road. Many cycling tour suggestions are again available via >>Outdooractive<< and >>Komoot<< .
The Kinzitalradweg runs from Freudenstaft to Offenburg. It offers insights into the beautiful Black Forest villages of Schiltach, Wolfach and others.
The train stops are always in the immediate vicinity, so you can take the S-Bahn back to Freudenstadt at any time.
Enjoy nature in the National Park Schwarzwald and the National Park Region
Our unique landscape provides a retreat for many people and animals. It is everyone’s task to preserve this nature sustainably. Since 2014, the Black Forest National Park has been the only national park in Baden-Württemberg. Its motto is “Let nature be nature”. The aim is to keep human intervention as low as possible, depending on the zone.
The National Park Centre at Ruhestein offers a small exhibition on the history and animals of our region. Furthermore, many guided tours are offered. The National Park Centre offers a good starting point for hikes in the middle of the Black Forest National Park to experience this distinctive nature up close.
The All Saints Waterfalls are one of the most beautiful sights in our region. You can walk along the waterfalls. They are not convincing because of their size, but because of the idyllic charm that surrounds you. At the end/beginning is the ruin of an old monastery.
The legendary Mummelsee is located directly on the Black Forest High Road. On a small path you can walk up to the Hornisgrinde in about 30 minutes. This is the second highest elevation in the Black Forest after the Feldberg and thus offers an unmistakable landscape. The high moor is criss-crossed by footbridges on which you can walk. There is a wonderful view over the Rhine valley to the Vosges mountains. The Grinden Hütte offers the possibility of a stop for refreshments.
Excursion destinations in Freudenstadt & region
With its beautiful view over the Black Forest and its proximity to the tree tops, the treetop path is an excursion destination for young and old. It can be reached with the Sommerbergbahn or on foot. Directly nearby is the “Wildline”. A suspension bridge 380 m long and an adventure playground for children.