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Hiking Tour "Schnecke" in Bad Füssing

Hiking tour through and around Bad Füssing with ideal handicapped accessible conception.

Description

Hiking tour "Schnecke" in Bad Füssing - 6 km flat, easy to walk and ride tour through and around Bad Füssing, suitable for wheelchair users.

The circular tour "Schnecke" starts at the Kur- & GästeService in Rathausstraße 8 and leads via Safferstettener Straße to the village square there. Turn right onto Bachstraße and follow the signs in the direction of Dürnöd. In Dürnöd you continue to Steinreuth and from there back to the center. 

The path is signposted with a black snail on a yellow background.

It is easy to walk/ride on and there are seating facilities available.

Disabled parking is available at the Kur- & GästeService. The WC for people with disabilities can also be used during the opening hours of the Kur- & GästeService. 

Just behind the Kur- & GasteService is the extensive recreational park with spacious paths and numerous islands of peace. 

Information on accessibility

Download short report as PDF

Some information about accessibility are listed below. For more details, please see the test report at the end of the text.

  • There are three marked parking spaces for people with disabilities in the outdoor area (parking space size: 350 cm x 500 cm; approx. 80 m from the hiking trail.) and in the underground car park (parking space size: 345 cm x 460 cm). The paths between the car park and the starting point of the "Schnecke" hiking trail are easy to walk and drive on.
  • The approx. 80 m long path from the Kur- und GästeService to the start of the leisure trail "Schnecke" is easy to walk and drive on. The maximum longitudinal gradient of the path is 2 %.
  • The length of the circular trail is approx. 5 km.
  • The trail is not continuously signposted (signpost symbol: "Schnecke", black snail on yellow background).
  • There are seating areas available.
  • There are no thresholds/steps.
  • The path is at least 150 cm wide. Meeting areas of 180 cm x 180 cm are available.
  • The maximum slope of the path is 8% over 25 m.
  • The surface condition of the path is predominantly low-vibration and easy to walk and drive on (predominantly asphalt, natural stone paving); in parts the path also leads over coarse paving.
  • There are no dangerous spots such as embankments or slopes.
  • Safe crossings (e.g. traffic lights, crossing points, islands) of roads used by motor vehicles are necessary.
  • The circular trail is not designated for cyclists, skaters etc. or horse riders.
  • The trail runs 2,000 m on a road used by motor vehicles.

Public WC for people with disabilities in the foyer side entrance Rathausplatz, ground floor.

  • The manoeuvring spaces are:
    in front of the washbasin 180 cm x 158 cm;
    in front of the WC 205 cm x 145 cm;
    to the left of the WC 99 cm x 70 cm;
    to the right of the WC 72 cm x 70 cm.
  • There are grab rails to the left and right of the WC.
  • Both grab rails can be flipped-up. 
  • The washbasin is accessible from underneath at a height of 67 cm and a depth of at least 30 cm.
  • The mirror can be seen while standing or sitting.
  • There is a cord as an alarm trigger.

Some information about accessibility are listed below. For more details, please see the test report at the end of the text.

  • The length of the circular trail is approx. 5 km.
  • Neither is there an uninterrupted guidance system, nor path signs at a visible distance. There is no uninterrupted guidance system with ground indicators.
  • The directional and content-related information (e.g. information boards) is provided in written form, but not conveyed acoustically or tactilely.
  • The information is not easy to read.
  • There is no good visual contrast between font/pictograph/pathsign and background.
  • There are seats available.
  • There are no thresholds/steps.
  • The trail is at least 150 cm wide. Encounter areas with 180 cm width x 180 cm length are available.
  • There are no dangerous areas such as embankments or steep slopes.
  • Secured crossings (e.g. traffic lights, crossing points, islands) of roads used by motor vehicles are necessary.
  • The trail is not designated for cyclists, skaters, riders, etc.
  • A 2,000 m long section of the trail is on a road used by motor vehicles.
  • Assistance dogs are allowed.
  • The pavement boundary of the circular trail is partly visually rich in contrast and partially tactilely detectable.

Some information about accessibility are listed below. For more details, please see the test report at the end of the text.

  • The length of the circular trail is approx. 5 km.
  • Neither is there an uninterrupted guidance system, nor path signs at a  visible distance (signpost symbol: "Schnecke", black snail on yellow background).
  • There are seats available.
  • There are no thresholds/steps.
  • The trail is at least 150 cm wide. Encounter areas with 180 cm width x 180 cm length are available.
  • There are no dangerous areas such as embankments or steep slopes.
  • Secured crossings (e.g. traffic lights, crossing points, islands) of roads used by motor vehicles are necessary.
  • A 2,000 m long section of the trail is on a road used by motor vehicles.
  • The trail is not designated for cyclists, skaters, riders, etc.
  • The information (e.g. signposts, information boards) is provided in written form, but not in sign language.
  • There are no hearing stations or audio induction loops.

Some information about accessibility are listed below. For more details, please see the test report at the end of the text.

  • The length of the circular trail is approx. 5 km.
  • Neither is there an uninterrupted guidance system, nor path signs at a visible distance (signpost symbol: "Schnecke", black snail on yellow background). Information is provided in photorealistic representation.
  • Neither is there an uninterrupted guidance system, nor path signs at a visible distance. There are no path signs at a constantly visible distance.
  • There are seats available.
  • There are no dangerous areas such as embankments or steep slopes.
  • Secured crossings (e.g. traffic lights, crossing points, islands) of roads used by motor vehicles are necessary.
  • The trail is not designated for cyclists, skaters, riders, etc.
  • A 2,000 m long section of the trail is on a road used by motor vehicles.
  • There is no information available in easy language.
Certified in the period: June 2022 – May 2025

Address & contact

Wandertour „Schnecke“ in Bad Füssing

Rathausstraße 8
94072 Bad Füssing
Phone number: +49 8531 975 580
E-mail address: tourismus@badfuessing.de
Website: www.badfuessing.de

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