You start your tour at the Drei-Schluchten-Halle (engl. Three Gorges Hall) in Bachheim, and then climb down the cross-cut Freiburg-Bodensee into the gorge. Follow the river until you get to the Gauchachschlucht gorge and cross the covered bridge that is called “Kanadiersteg”. Here you can see an impressive rock gallery, a genuine token of the Wutachschlucht gorge.
You leave the path and follow the river Gauchach upstream towards the castle mill. Cross the Gauchachschlucht gorge and pass the castle mill until you get to the junction at the Engeschlucht gorge. Take care here as it can get very slippery. Once you have passed all difficult passages, you see a little road leading to the hiker's car park at the end of the Engeschlucht gorge. For this hiking tour, steady footing is indispensably needed and it is furthermore recommended to have no fear of heights.
- You're traveling a distance of 6 miles on this moderate trail. The hike is therefore not too long. The average length of all hikes in Baden-Württemberg is 27 miles.
- Make sure to bring sturdy footwear on this track. Hiking boots are highly recommended.
Highlights of the tour
The special highlight of the tour is the impressive rock gallery in the Wutachschlucht gorge.
Solid footwear is highly recommended, as there are plenty of slippery parts of the route and narrow paths along the crags.
You can take the B31f and then exit at Löffingen. Follow the signs towards Bachheim/ Unadingen until you get to Bachheim. You can leave your car at the hiker's car park “Drei-Schluchten-Halle”.
On public transport:
You can take the train (no. 727) to Neustadt, change train towards Donaueschingen (also no. 727) and get off at the station Löffingen. Once there, you can take the bus line 7259 towards Bacheim and get off at the stop Drei-Schluchten-Halle.
Alternatively, you can get on the train 727 in Donaueschingen in the direction of Freiburg and then get off in Löffingen. There you can take the bus line 7259 and get off at the bus stop Drei-Schluchten-Halle.