Hiking: Kaiserstuhl Vineyards

The Kaiserstuhl, or “Emperor’s Seat,” refers to a small mountain range in central Baden known for its extensive terraced vineyards. The name comes from the 13th century and honors Emperor Otto III when he visited the region in 994. This hike goes through some of the best highlights of the Kaiserstuhl and could be done in several parts if it’s too long.

How to Get Here:

  • The hike starts at the train station in Endingen am Kaiserstuhl and ends at the station of Burkheim-Bischoffingen.

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