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Circular hiking trail "ant"

Description

On wide and level paths - partly paved with gravel and sand - the trail circles the village of Zwieslerwaldhaus (700 m above sea level), an enclave in the middle of the Bavarian Forest National Park.  

For further information and map see

 nationalpark-bayerischer-wald/rundweg-ameise-leichte-tour-rund-um-zwieslerwaldhaus 

Information on accessibility

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All areas relevant for testing meet the quality criteria of the label "Accessibility certified - partially accessible for people with walking disabilities". 

Some information on accessibility are listed below. For detailed information please see the evaluation report.

  • Nearby is the bus stop Igelbus station Igelbushaltestelle Zollhausstraße. 
  • There is a public parking lot available at 100 m distance. 
  • There are no marked parking spaces for people with disabilities. 
  • It is a circular route. 
  • The hiking trail is accessible without steps. 
  • The hiking trail is stepless. 
  • The hiking trail has a total length of 3.1 km. 
  • The hiking trail is
    at least 150 cm wide
    and in most cases easy to walk on and drive on
    and have a maximum longitudinal gradient of up to 10 %. 
  • There are circulation barriers, bollards or obstacles.
  • In the case of circulation barriers, the no manoeuvring space between them is at least 250 cm x 250 cm. 
  • The hiking trail is car-free or almost car-free (separate hiking trails, non-public roads/paths, economic, forest and agricultural roads) or leads along playgrounds, 30 km/h zones, traffic-calmed zones and roads. 
  • It is necessary to cross a road travelled by motor vehicles. 
  • There is seating available. 
  • The route is clearly, uniformly and continuously signposted 
  • There is no public toilet designed for people with disabilities. 

 Some information on accessibility are listed below. For detailed information please see the evaluation report.

  • Nearby is the bus stop Igelbus station Igelbushaltestelle Zollhausstraße. 
  • There is a public parking lot available at 100 m distance. 
  • There are no marked parking spaces for people with disabilities. 
  • It is a circular route. 
  • Assistenzhunde dürfen in alle relevanten Bereiche mitgebracht werden.
  • External paths usually do not have visually contrasting or tactilely detectable sidewalk boundaries. 
  • There are no visually contrasting or tactilely detectable floor indicators available. 
  • The hiking trail has a total length of 3.1 km. 
  • The hiking trail is at least 150 cm wide and in most cases easy to walk on and drive on and have a maximum longitudinal gradient of up to 10 %. 
  • There are circulation barriers, bollards or obstacles.
  • In the case of circulation barriers, the no manoeuvring space between them is at least 250 cm x 250 cm. 
  • The hiking trail is car-free or almost car-free (separate hiking trails, non-public roads/paths, economic, forest and agricultural roads) or leads along playgrounds, 30 km/h zones, traffic-calmed zones and roads. 
  • It is necessary to cross a road travelled by motor vehicles. 
  • There is seating available. 
  • The route is clearly, uniformly and continuously signposted. The signage is designed in clearly legible and contrasting font. Information is not available in Braille or prismatic font. 
  • There is no public toilet designed for people with disabilities. 

 Some information on accessibility are listed below. For detailed information please see the evaluation report.

  • Nearby is the bus stop Igelbus station Igelbushaltestelle Zollhausstraße. 
  • There is a public parking lot available at 100 m distance. 
  • There are no marked parking spaces for people with disabilities. 
  • It is a circular route. 
  • The hiking trail has a total length of 3.1 km. 
  • The hiking trail is car-free or almost car-free (separate hiking trails, non-public roads/paths, economic, forest and agricultural roads) or leads along playgrounds, 30 km/h zones, traffic-calmed zones and roads. 
  • It is necessary to cross a road travelled by motor vehicles. 
  • There is seating available. 
  • The route is clearly, uniformly and continuously signposted 
  • There is no public toilet designed for people with disabilities. 

 Some information on accessibility are listed below. For detailed information please see the evaluation report.

  • Nearby is the bus stop Igelbus station Igelbushaltestelle Zollhausstraße. 
  • There is a public parking lot available at 100 m distance. 
  • There are no marked parking spaces for people with disabilities. 
  • It is a circular route. 
  • The hiking trail has a total length of 3.1 km. 
  • The hiking trail is at least 150 cm wide and in most cases easy to walk on and drive on and have a maximum longitudinal gradient of up to 10 %. 
  • There are circulation barriers, bollards or obstacles.
  • In the case of circulation barriers, the no manoeuvring space between them is at least 250 cm x 250 cm. 
  • The hiking trail is car-free or almost car-free (separate hiking trails, non-public roads/paths, economic, forest and agricultural roads) or leads along playgrounds, 30 km/h zones, traffic-calmed zones and roads. 
  • It is necessary to cross a road travelled by motor vehicles. 
  • There is seating available. 
  • The route is clearly, uniformly and continuously signposted. 
  • There is no information in easy language. 
  • There is no public toilet designed for people with disabilities. 
Certified in the period: October 2020 – September 2023

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