Rundwanderung zum Wild-Park Klaushof Bad Kissingen - Rhön
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Wandern in Bad KissingenPhoto: Heji Shin, Bayer. Staatsbad Bad Kissingen GmbH
After a short ascent you reach the Ludwigsturm, which offers great views over Bad Kissingen again and again, before the path leads into the quiet Klauswald
The Wildlife-Park Klaushof invites to a visit and a rest - as guests of deer and splashing otters. Passing mighty, centuries-old oaks, you reach the idyllic Kaskadental, accompanied by the babbling of the Kaskadentalbach. In the further course of the route you will also pass the graduation tower. A stop here is always worthwhile to take a deep breath and enjoy the salty air.
From here you continue along the Franconian Saale back to the center of Bad Kissingen to the starting point of the hike.
Safety informationThe tourist routes of the Rhön are mostly used by other active people (hikers, mountain bikers, cyclists, walkers, riders, cross-country skiers, etc.)
We ask all active nature sports enthusiasts to show consideration for one another. The same applies, of course, to nature - it is worth protecting. In the Rhön, therefore, nature sports should only be practiced in daylight on designated paths and areas.
Tips and hints
- Ludwig tower, Bad Kissingen (in German)
- Wildlife park Klaushof (in German)
- Gradierwerk Bad Kissingen (in German)
Public-transport-friendlyIn Bad Kissingen there is a small train station from which you can take regional trains to the nearest cities. You can plan your journey to Bad Kissingen here: bahn.de
Numerous bus connections run from Bad Kissingen (timetables here). The following bus connections lead to Bad Kissingen:
- Line 8113: Bad Kissingen - Bad Brückenau
- Line 8141: Bad Kissingen - Oberthulba - Hammelburg
- Line 8142: Bad Kissingen - Bad Bocklet / Burkardroth - Bad Neustadt
- Line 8147: Bad Kissingen - Münnerstadt - Seubrigshausen
- Line 8151: Maßbach - Bad Kissingen
- Line 8162: Bad Neustadt / Saale - Bad Kissingen - Würzburg
- Line 8167: Hammelburg - Euerdorf - Bad Kissingen
- Line 8189: Oehrberg / Wirmsthal - Bad Kissingen
- Line 8190: Waldfenster - Bad Kissingen
- Line 8230 - Bäderlandbus: Bad Brückenau - Bad Bocklet - Bad Kissingen - Bad Neustadt - Bad Königshofen
- Line 8240 - Kreuzbergshuttle: Hammelburg - Oberthulba - Bad Kissingen - Bad Bocklet - Burkardroth - Langenleiten - Kreuzberg
- Line 8250 - See-Shuttle: Bad Kissingen - Oerlenbach - Rottershausen - Maßbach - Ellertshäuser See
Getting thereThe A7 runs to the west of Bad Kissingen. Bad Kissingen can be reached via the following exits:
- Exit 96: Bad Kissingen / Oberthulba
- Exit 97: HammelburgThe A71 runs to the east of Bad Kissingen.
Bad Kissingen can be reached via the following exits:
- Exit 28: Bad Kissingen / Oerlenbach
- Exit 27: MaßbachExit 26: Münnerstadt
ParkingOn weekdays you can park your car in around 700 free parking spaces. These are 10 to 15 minutes' walk from the city center. The parking spaces are located in the Au, at the former US barracks, at Wendelinus, at Heiligenfeld and at the ice rink. You will also find around 500 inexpensive parking spaces in the immediate vicinity of the city center. The fees are € 1 per day. You can find the areas on the Eissee, in the Au, in the Kurhausstraße, at the train station, at the freight yard, in the Schützenstraße and in the Bergmannstraße. You can park at the same rate in Bahnhofstrasse, Friedrich-Ebert-Strasse, Pfalzstrasse, Salinenstrasse and Kapellenstrasse.
You can find an overview of the parking spaces here.
- Sturdy shoes,
- first aid kit,
- drinks and some provisions,
- sun protection at high temperatures,
- if necessary rain coats,
- GPS navigation device, map or smartphone with onboard maps
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