Schneeberg, Nideck Castle and Waterfalls – Alsace – France – 14 km
The event will only take place if 3 seats in my car are booked. I would appreciate other drivers to take passengers as soon as my car is full.
In this years series of “Vive la France” hikes here is the fourth one. We will start in the village Oberhaslach and visit 7 highlights. Chateau du Grand Ringelstein, Petit Ringelsberg ruins, Maison Forestière Nideck, Chateau du Nideck, Nideck Waterfalls, Maison Forestière Hohensteinwald and St-Florent Chapel.
I always have 4 seats in my car. 15 euros per person. If you’d like a seat please send me a private message with your phone number for fast contact. If you have seats in your car please leave a comment in the comments section with starting point. If you answer to the seat offer please do it by private message including your phone number for fast contact and commitment.
Length: 14 km, moderate level
We will start our hike at the parking lot at rue du Sapin in Oberhaslach and cross the village heading for the Château du Grand Ringelstein,Petit Ringelsberg ruins, Maison Forestière Nideck, Chateau du Nideck, Nideck Waterfalls, Maison Forestière Hohensteinwald and St-Florent Chapel back in Oberhaslach. After that the official part of the hike is finished but I would recommend spending some time in Ribeauvillé, Riquewihr, Colmar or Strasbourg on your way back if you haven’t done so before.
When and how to get there:
Our final meeting point is the parking lot at Rue des Sapins in Oberhaslach at 10:30 AM.
What to bring:
• A smile
• Sporty outfit adjusted to weather conditions (umbrella and / or rain coat if weather is unstable)
• Hiking boots or shoes with good traction for longer distances
• Food and water for the time of the hike
• Solar protection for head and skin
• Something isolating to sit on
I kindly request you to regularly check the comments at the bottom of this page because that’s the place where I will publish all changes and add important information to make things work out as smooth as possible.
Every participant is responsible for his/her safety and health for the entire duration of this event. Neither the organizer(s) nor the Rhein-Neckar Hiking & Outdoors Meetup Group will accept any liability for loss or damage arising directly or indirectly from participation in this event. There may be circumstances (e.g. bad weather, closed trails, misleading instructions, etc.) that make the activity slightly more difficult or longer than expected.