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From Constance to Hegne

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  • Photo: Philipp Bauer, Outdooractive Editors
m 500 450 400 12 10 8 6 4 2 km Alte Rheinbrücke Konstanz Schloss Gottlieben
Distance 12.9 km
5:00 h
4 m
3 m
397 m
393 m

Thanks to the support of the Rhine, a pleasant half-day tour from the Constance Hörnle to the Hegne campsite. Also suitable for families / beginners / ... suitable

Along the tour - which takes you virtually through the middle of Constance - there are always views of the beautiful Lake Constance landscape and the idyllic villages along the lake. Along the way, there are always opportunities to take a detour ashore or to one of the beach resorts. It may be helpful to enquire about occupancy at the campsite in advance, especially in the high season from July to September.


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Lucas Heimer
August 01, 2021 · Community
Super schöne Tour durch Konstanz und am Naturschutzgebiet mit sehr vielen Schwänen und Haubentauchern.
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When did you do this route? July 29, 2021
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