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The Neckarsteig starts directly sporty: Around 1,200 roughly hewn natural stones lead you up the ladder of heaven, which brings you to the Königsstuhl. Up there you have a great view of Heidelberg. But you will not find your peace here often: the Königsstuhl is a popular tourist destination. Incidentally, if you find the climbing too strenuous, you can enjoy the ascent with a "funicular".
29 de marzo de 2018
Heidelberg - Ladder of Heaven up to the Königsstuhl.
This tour has it all! In the historic cable car on the Königstuhl is nice, but everyone can. If you're up to something, you can beat the mountain on foot ...
Especially on sunny days the Königstuhl attracts with a breathtaking view over the Neckar valley and the Rhine plain. SAP Arena, TV Tower, BASF - with a bit of luck, the view even extends to the Palatinate Forest.
Those who like to keep their fitness healthy leave the mountain railway - and thus the easy route to one of Heidelberg's two local mountains - to the tourists and set off on foot on the way to the summit at an altitude of 567 meters. As? "Simply" up the ladder!
Sounds easy, but who has already made the 1,200 sandstone steps to the Königstuhl behind once, knows that the ladder Heaven physically demands something from the hiker.
For the physical effort compensates the magnificent view from the terrace of the bistro Königstuhl. On sunny days, you can even watch paragliders start with luck.
From 1844, the irregular staircase was built under district forester Adam Laumann. In 1994, it was completely renovated. If you take the stairs from the Kornmarkt to Heidelberg Castle, there are proud 1,600 steps between the old town and Königstuhl!
16 de julio de 2019
From 1844 the irregular staircase was built under district forester Adam Laumann. In 1994 it was completely renovated. If you take the stairs from the Kornmarkt to Heidelberg Castle, there are an impressive 1,600 steps between the old town and the Königstuhl!
7 de marzo de 2020
The approximately 1200 sandstone steps of the Himmelsleiter are a very ordinary test of personal fitness. Once at the top you will be rewarded with a wonderful view from the Königstuhl. In winter, with snow and ice on the steps, you should not try to climb down the ladder!
19 de marzo de 2018
Uff. Schnauf. It is long, it has no real steps, the kicks are arbitrary. A great exercise - up the hill, down the mountain. This can sometimes be involved in nice conversations, if you have to take a short break.
For the trained course a breeze.
We run it again and again, because we do not understand it to drive course. Everyone can ride a train. So take the legs in your hand and march the beautiful path.
6 de julio de 2017
In itself, I would describe the Königsstuhl as a matter of taste, because it is fully developed - accessible by car and train. Accordingly, he is overcrowded too. You just go up to visit the fairy tale paradise or the several adjacent adventure trails, which are an absolute highlight for children (and really well done!).
However, if you just want to enjoy the view, you should be prepared for a number of people. Peace and quiet on the mountain is more likely to think on the more remote paths.
Since Heidelberg is a really wonderful city, especially with this beautifully preserved old town and the castle, I would definitely recommend a trip to any traveler.
6 de julio de 2017
The Himmelsleiter comprises more than 1200 steps, an irregular staircase made of roughly hewn uneven sandstones leading from Heidelberg Castle directly to the summit region of the Königstuhl. It starts at the first bend of the Molkenkurweg, climbs steeply to the south on the mountain slope. You overcome 270 meters in altitude with it.
Including the steps from Kornmarkt to Heidelberg Castle, there are around 1,600 steps between the base and the summit.
The staircase was built from 1844 under the district forester Adam Laumann. In 1994 it was almost completely renovated.
1 de agosto de 2019
Great cardio training upwards, but too strenuous for me personally;)
Once I hiked down the Himmelsleiter down the Neckarsteig, and after a few sections my legs started to tremble despite the use of hiking sticks, despite walking sticks. For me an experience that I have never repeated.
24 de mayo de 2020
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