The “Wine and Stone Adventure Trail” presents interesting facts about wine, grape varieties, geology, climate, history, lifestyle, flora and fauna of the region on a distance of 6.9 km (shortcuts possible) at around 80 stations. In the midst of the Geo-Nature Park Bergstraße-Odenwald he shows many surprises. Along the paved circular walk through several vineyards, resting benches and wonderful panoramic views over five German wine regions invite you to linger. Peach, almond and fig trees as well as Mediterranean plants line the way.
Hike with your children, for which an entertaining questionnaire on the theme of the path is available in the Bergsträßer Winzer eG, in peace through our beautiful vineyard landscape. Discover the specialties of our viticulture in the “Vino Cinema” and in the Viniversum peculiarities. Look through glass windows into our geological history. Meet sculptors who have carved their sensations in stone! Look over the shoulders of the vine grower. Take a look into the growing of a vine or discover which tasks of the winegrower are carried out in natural viticulture to produce the highest quality. Let the aroma bar surprise you with the variety of our wine aromas.
Do not forget to send a live webcast to the Steinkopf webcam and post your souvenir photo on the World Wide Web. On the website www.WeinundStein. net you can download it after coming home and see many more information, pictures and films about wine and stone on the mountain road. There you will also find information about the many events on the adventure trail.
We hope you enjoy your journey of discovery through the blossoming and green spring garden of Germany. If your children then submit the completed questionnaire in Bergsträßer Winzer eG, a little surprise awaits them.
Discover the culinary offer of the wine villages on the mountain road with its historical old towns and romantic wine bars.
Of course, you can also participate in guided hikes, “entry seminars”, guided tours and wine tastings on selected themes of the nature trail or on the “Geo & Genuss” walks under the guidance of the Geopark rangers.