A long love story connects Schaffhausen’s Blauburgunderland with its wine. Poring over the old manuscripts of the expert Roman winegrowers, the monks and nuns discovered viniculture and developed the art of winegrowing in Blauburgunderland. Today, Schaffhauserland is the largest contiguous winegrowing region in German-speaking Switzerland.
The starting point of the elevated trail up on the Hallau and Wilchingen mountains to Trasadingen is Siblingerhöhe. Via the highest point called Hammel, 616 m, past the hill farms, from St. Moritz’s, the mountain church, enjoy Mediterranean-like views of the vineyards far into the distance. See the Swiss Alpine panorama and towards the northwest, the mountain ranges of the south of the Black Forest.
On Wilchingen mountain the Wilchingen Berghus, a stately farmhouse, awaits you. From here you walk through the vineyards down to Trasadingen, the end of the trail. Enjoy a fruity, fresh Schaffhausen Blauburgunder wine in a wine cellar or country inn.
SignalizationThe starting point is bus stop «Siblingerhöhe», the bus route Schaffhausen – Beggingen. Follow the yellow-marked signposts over Hallau and Wilchingen mountains towards Trasadingen. From Siblingerhöhe follow the signposts towards the Hallau hill farms. Then follow the sign in direction «oberi Egg» and toward «uf Rummelen». Continue on Wilchingen mountain to Wilchingen Berghus. Here starts the descent towards Trasadingen.
The hiking trail up in the heights that leads through the heart of Schaffhausen's Blauburgunderland. The route goes along a mountain ridge that extends to the southeast. The focus of this route is the Mediterranean-like views of the vineyards of Blauburgunderland.
Panorama mit Schweizer Alpenkranz
Panorama mit Vulkanlandschaft Hegau
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