Station "Königstuhl"

The 567.8 metre high Königstuhl is the highest peak in the Lower Odenwald forest. Here, at the top funicular station, an amazing view awaits you - over the Neckar valley, Rhine lowlands and on a clear day even as far as Alsace. High above the university town you will find peace and tranquillity on the numerous footpaths. You can experience the surrounding forests in a unique way on the "Via naturae" walking route or the Forest Adventure Trail, which is particularly suitable for children. You will also find a falconry centre, the Fairytale Paradise and an exhibition centre featuring exciting testimony to the history of Heidelberger Straßen- und Bergbahnen (HSB). Also, there is a tempting kiosk right by the funicular station, offering numerous regional products.

If you would like to start your journey from Königstuhl and take the funicular down into the valley, you can follow Klingenteichstraße to get to Königstuhl, and you can park there free of charge.

 

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Königstuhl station
Königstuhl station
Regional kiosk
Regional kiosk
View from Königstuhl
View from Königstuhl
Königstuhl
Königstuhl
Foothpath Königstuhl
Foothpath Königstuhl
Falconry centre
Falconry centre
Tree on Königstuhl-foothpath
Tree on Königstuhl-foothpath
The upper historic funicular
The upper historic funicular
View from Königstuhl
View from Königstuhl
The upper historic funicular
The upper historic funicular
Königstuhl station winter
Königstuhl station winter
Upper historic funicular
Upper historic funicular
Upper railway section
Upper railway section
Exhibition centre Königstuhl station
Exhibition centre Königstuhl station
Engine room Königstuhl station
Engine room Königstuhl station
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"Königstuhl“ walking route

Via naturae

Forest Adventure Trail

The falconry Tinnunculus

Fairytale Paradise

The little exhibition of the HSB

Riosk Königstuhl

Ordering tickets online

Have your tickets put by at the ticket office. Simply pick them up, jump aboard, relax and enjoy.

Travelling with children

Mehr Freizeittipps für Kinder bietet dieser Ausflugsführer.
 

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