Welcome to the Black Forest
Enjoy the peace and quiet surrounded by forests and meadows at an altitude of almost 1000 meters above the sea. Experience nature, be active, discover the country and its people all year round. Enjoy a holiday for the whole family on our traditional Black Forest farm in the beautiful ‘Kirnach’-valley.
Springs & Wells
Our farm is the ideal starting point to explore the countryside by foot – no matter if you prefer long hikes or a short walk around the valley.
Why not explore the Unterkirnacher Wasserweg: It’s a 4.2 kilometers (1.5h) long circular path for the whole family that explores how our drinking water finds its way to our homes from nature in a very child-friendly way – together with the two cheerful mascots Tanni and Quellini as your companions. The path is very entertaining with numerous work-stations for the whole family to get involved.
Take the easy 45-minute stroll from our farm (3 kilometers) to the starting point of the circular water way.
Gallows, Witches & Observation Towers
Explore the beauty of the Black Forest in a wider radius with a bicycle or e-bike, which can be rented approx. 4 kilometers away from our farm in the village of Unterkirnach at the tourist information point. There you can also find handy accessoires, as well as bike trailers for smaller children if needed.
How about an interesting tour past a medieval execution site on to the ‘Stöcklewald Tower’ in Furtwangen, which at 1020 meters above sea level offers an incredible 360 degree panoramic view of the Black Forest – providing you are brave enough to climb the tower.
The ride from the bike rental is about 1 hour (12kilometers) with plenty of opportunity for refreshments on route.
Castle Ruins & Game Reserve
Es gibt bei uns Pfade auf denen Sie stundenlang wandern können ohne jemanden zu treffen.
Eine Wanderung über Around the Black Forest you will find paths you can hike on for hours without meeting anyone. A hike across beautiful forest paths to the Kirneck ruins is one possibility to explore. The ruin from the 12th century lies above a small gorge with elements of the ring and shield wall still preserved. Right next to it, in a clearing in the middle of the forest, is the‘ Salvest Game Reserve’. Wildgehege Salvest. The enclosure is accessible free of charge all year round and is also suitable as an exciting destination with children.
The hike to the Kirneck Ruins will take you approx. 2 hours (7 kilometers) from our house.