Like a mountain stream, the Schlaube ripples through the narrow valley. Here whispering, there silent, sometimes giggling, sometimes rushing, sometimes a gentle meadow stream. The narrow path winds along the course of the river below the wooded slopes. Sometimes you have to climb over rotten trees or fight your way through thick ferns. The grey wagtail hops from stone to stone, the tapping of the woodpecker echoes through the forest and the nearest tree has been felled by a beaver. Only a few steps further, a quiet lake spreads out and a majestic white-tailed eagle circles high above. At any time of year, the Schlaubetal presents itself with fascinating images.
The Schlaubetalwanderweg is a varied hiking trail on which you get to know the entire scenic diversity of the Schlaubetal. To complete the entire route as a challenging day tour, you can hike the trail, which runs in a north-south direction, in either direction. If you travel by public transport, we recommend that you start in the south and hike north. This makes it easier for you to plan your return journey by bus or train from Müllrose, the destination of the tour, without any time pressure.