Württemberger Hof

 

Hohenlohe, a recreational paradise

Hohenlohe is like a goodie bag: a surprise awaits you behind every bend in the river. Anyone who likes leisurely travelling through nature by bike and wants to discover the region's beauties on their own, can explore the Hohenlohe on the Kocher Jagst cycle path and on other cycling tours such as the "Buckelestour".

Numerous hiking trails lead through romantic valleys, over gentle hills and through landscapes whose silence and tranquillity mean pure relaxation. Wild plants can be discovered along the way; hikers get into conversation with locals and can experience everyday farm work as well as a number of cultural highlights.

Whether it's inline skating, jogging, gliding or hang gliding, hot-air balloon rides or golf, there are plenty of options for lovers of these or other kinds of active sports. However, water plays a very special part. Trout, carp, pikeperch, eel and pike are splashing about in the rivers and lakes. Holders of valid fishing licenses can buy day tickets for the well stocked fishing waters. Water lovers can find a range of open-air pools and stunning swimming lakes.

 





Hohenlohe, a cyclist's paradise

Hohenlohe, a cyclist's paradise

There are a number of cycle paths in Hohenlohe. These are suitable for leisurely cyclists, families with children and also for sporty cyclists.

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Hohenlohe, a hiking paradise

Hohenlohe, a hiking paradise

The Hohenlohe hiking region appears to have a sunflower for every visitor. Observers could get that impression when they walk past a field of sunflowers. And in fact the Hohenlohe region's colourful diversity should be seen as a warm welcome.

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