Hi guys! As you know, I just love the Schönbuch national park in the south of Stuttgart. Yesterday, we hiked from the medieval town of Bebenhausen to a hunting cabin of crown prince Wilhelm von Württemberg.
Hi guys! Moritz and I are determined to make the most of this beautiful, sunny autumn, hiking-wise. We like the area called Schönbuch, a national park south of Stuttgart, a lot. So we checked my dad’s guide book “Ausflugsziel Schönbuch” and decided to hike from Waldenbuch to the hidden Schönbuchsee (Lake Schönbuch).
Hi guys! What was that today? Sunshine? Summer for one day? Awesome! Moritz and I took advantage of this beautiful Sunday and visited the Landesgartenschau (state garden show) that is on this summer in Schwäbisch Gmünd.
Hi guys! One of the great things about Stuttgart is that it is located close to a number of awesome destinations for a weekend trip. Two weeks ago, my American friend Anne was visiting Europe and we had decided to meet in Switzerland for an extended weekend. So on Friday afternoon, I took off for Vierwaldstättersee in Switzerland.
“You must always push the limits. Because if you never fail, you will never succeed.” Unknown author. I’m horribly afraid of heights. Sometimes, looking out of an elevator or down a bridge is too much. But this fear also annoys me. So when my friends decided to take a climbing class for beginners, I decided this would be a good occasion to face this fear.
Hi guys! Isn’t this weather we’re having lately, lovely? It makes you wanna step outside and enjoy the nature. And I know just the right place to do so! Moritz and I wanted to do a nice hike and looked through the guide book “Burgenziele im Ländle” (of course written by – you might guess it by now – my dad Dieter Buck ) and came across an easy 10 kilometer hike close to Calw. Starting at Wimberg, it leads you through Rötelbachtal and passes the remains of Zavelstein Castle. We packed our bags and off we went.
Hi guys! After we had enjoyed the first part of the Möhringer Hexenweg (Möhringen Witch Trail) lately, Moritz and I decided to hike the second part, as well. Again, we took the hiking book Stuttgarter Wanderbuch, written by my dad, Dieter Buck, with us. However, we didn’t follow it’s instructions at the beginning: We did not start at U-Bahn station SSB Zentrum, as instructed in the guide book, we took the train to Fasanenhof and began our hike from there – sorry dad!