There’s much more for visitors from near or far to do and see in Bad Wildbad besides the Treetop Walk.
In Bad Wildbad, you’ll find everything you need for an exciting getaway:
a spa-town flair with a large health resort, as well as Renaissance and
Art Nouveau buildings, attractive thermal baths - such as Palais Thermal and
Vital Therme, and cultural events - such as the Rossini Festival or the
Ideal holiday conditions for sports enthusiasts in summer and winter:
In Bad Wildbad and the surrounding area, there are attractive
mountain-biking trails, a downhill bike park, e-bike rental and over 200 km of
sturdy, well signposted hiking and walking trails.
The 380-metre-long Wildline Suspension Bridge opened in summer 2018, and is a unique experience for the whole family and all generations!
If you want to discover exciting facts about the Black Forest and its inhabitants, then the Fairy-tale Path in Bad Wildbad is the right place!
The Fairy-tale Path is located on the Sommerberg and starts right by the
Treetop Walk tower. The 3.2-kilometre gravel track can be used both with a
suitable pushchair and with wheelchairs.
In three places, Glasmännleinpfade or “Glass Men's Paths” branch off, which are visible from the main road, but unpaved and not suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs - but they’ll make young explorers’ hearts race. The circular walk lasts about 1 hour.
Whether bistro, café, guest house, restaurant or rustic cabin - there is something for every palate in Bad Wildbad.
Opened in 2011, Restaurant Auerhahn serves regional and seasonal delicacies. In fine weather, you can treat yourself to a break in the beer garden and on the sun terrace. The hotel is located on the Sommerberg, and can be reached directly by the funicular railway.
The Skihütte on the Sommerberg serves rustic Swabian specialities, set menus, snacks and home-baked cakes. There's Rothaus beer, Black Forest spirits and Swabian/Baden wines.
The Sommerberg is the starting point for an easy and almost level hike to the Grünhütte (830 metres above sea level). From here, it’s about 5 km or about 1 1/4 hours on foot.
There is a lot of fine cuisine to discover, not only on the Sommerberg, but also in and around Bad Wildbad. A detailed directory of cafés and restaurants can be found on the Bad Wildbad town website.