This picturesque route takes us to the Margaretenschlucht - a pretty litte waterfall - and we can also visit the "Wolfsschluch" ravine. At 20km, the hike is a long one (should take around 6 hours including breaks). Although there is some uphill and downhill, there are no really big hills to climb, so only moderately hard.
Starting point: Zwingenberg (Baden) at 10:45 sharp (shortly after the train from Heidelberg direction arrives). Please note that there are two Zwingenbergs - please make sure you get a train to right one [Zwingenberg (Baden) NOT bergstrasse]! For GPS the postcode is 69439.
For anyone coming from Heidelberg by train - the train leaves at 9:55 from Heidelberg HBF. I will go from there (and have a job ticket - so can take up to 4 people for free). I'd suggest anyone going from here too meet at 9:45 outside the tourist information building (which is outside, close to the main station entrance).
What to bring: shoes with good grip, water, a packed lunch and if possible a water-proof jacket.
For more images, and a route map see http://www.froutes.de/RO00000158_Zwingenberg_Wolfsschlucht (sadly, not my own work)...
Note: The paths around the Margaetenschlucht and Wolfschluch get quite dangerous when it's wet - so this is a fair-weather hike. If the weather is bad, I'll instead offer a hike around Heidelberg, repeating the hike we did at Easter: http://www.meetup.com/rhein-neckar-hiking/events/110850502/ Please check the site before you leave for the hike to ensure which route/meeting point we'll take.