Stuttgart is surrounded by beautiful nature. If you’re in the mood for an invigorating walk in unspoiled countryside, the area around Leinfelden-Echterdingen in the south of Stuttgart is the perfect place as it is surrounded by a wide variety of landscapes that form part of the Glemswald conservation area. I am the co-author of a new guide book for walks in Leinfelden-Echterdingen, the “Guest Guide – Refreshing Walks” that I have written together with my father, an experienced author of more than 100 hundred hiking books. And the best: The brochure is free of charge!
The western part of the municipality consists mainly of expanses of forest. To the east of this lies the idyllic Siebenmühlental, for which an own guide book exists, the Guest Guide – Idyllic Recreation in Siebenmühlental. The wooded eastern slopes of this valley rise up to a ridge which offers panoramic views across the Filder plain to the Swabian Alb, as well as the Schönbuch nature park on the other side. The terrain then descends into the Filderplain, home of filderkraut cabbage, and of delightful meadowsscattered with fruit trees that really come into their own as they blossom in the spring.
The walks suggested in this book cover all of these different landscapes. The guide also contains a sightseeing walkthrough historical Echterdingen with its magnificenthalf-timbered buildings.
Get your free brochure for walks in Leinfelden-Echterdingen!
…download the guest guide as a PDF-document here: Guest Guide – Refreshing Walks (PDF)
… pick up the printed brochure at the town hall in Leinfelden (Marktplatz 1, 70771 Leinfelden-Echterdingen)
… or order it via firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about:
Leinfelden-Echterdingen (only in German)
my favorite restaurant/café in Siebenmühlental, Eselsmühle