131 Views123 Comments May 15, 2018, 8:14 am in Real Estate Went for a hike in Sasbachwalden, Germany (3024×4032) [OC] Went for a hike in Sasbachwalden, Germany (3024×4032) [OC] View Reddit View Source Leave your vote 0 points Upvote Downvote Total votes: 0 Upvotes: 0 Upvotes percentage: 0.000000% Downvotes: 0 Downvotes percentage: 0.000000% Share Related Posts Partnachklamm in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany [OC] [3024x4032]Partnachklamm in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany [OC] [3024x4032] View Reddit View Source Rust, Germany. OC [4032x3024]Rust, Germany. OC [4032x3024] View Reddit View Source Feldsee, Germany [OC] [6144x3136]Feldsee, Germany [OC] [6144x3136] View Reddit View Source 3024x4032GermanyhikeOCSasbachwalden See more Previous article Havasu Falls in Autumn, AZ [OC][1620×1080] Next article Early morning view from the Appalachian Trail (Winding Stair Gap) in North Carolina, USA. This section of the AT is in the Great Smokey Mountains. [OC] [5400×3600] 123 Comments Leave a Reply Reply Awesome Reply Beautiful Reply Maybe not super original but beautiful nonetheless. Shooting into the sun isn’t that easy so this came out really well. I spent two holidays in the Schwarzwald (one near Alpirsbach) and I’ve seen many gorgeous places like in your photo. It instantly made me want to pack my bags and go… Reply Gesundheit Reply Beautiful shot. I always love these kinds of photos that are rooted to place, meaning that there is something quintessentially “German Forest” about it (like the Pacific Northwest or the southwestern US). Reply Great picture. Planning to be in Germany this summer Reply This is my new phone wallpaper. Awesome pic Reply Pictures of hiking are so rarely as captivating as the real thing. This does more to convey the feel of being on the trail than any I’ve seen before. Congrats on an excellent shot! Reply User to live below in Sasbach , wonderful area. Great outdoor pool complex up there.. Reply Could you please tell about what time was this? :)) I suppose 10AM-ish? Reply Beautiful photo. I’m also pretty sure that’s not the sun but Gandalf the White. Reply That is a great pic. Thanks. Reply My new wallpaper cheers op Reply that flat sand/dirt is very satisfying/welcoming Reply Why I can never take a pic like this? Everytime the real thing looks better than in the photo. Not like in this case. Reply So I saw this therapist and we did this exercise about finding my happy place and I had to describe it. I also had to describe how I get to it and my visual of the path to the “happy place” looks just like this picture OP! I save alot of forest paths for use as backgrounds so I can see the path to my happy place in picture form. Really makes me cheerful everytime I look at them! So, thanks!! Reply and here I am thinking that in the black forest all you can find are coniferous trees. TIL! Reply Wow what a cool place! Reply Magical! Reply Is this where Varus messed up? Reply Phone wallpaper Reply Its funny how often I hiked this exact path and now I see it on reddit. If you are there for holiday, be sure to check out the Mummelsee and try to get a table at the “Fischerhof” in Seebach, they have all you can eat Flammkuchen. Another interesting route to hike is the “Lotharpfad”, a path which was made in the part of the Black Forest that was destroyed by a huge storm a few years ago. It is fascinating to see how nature slowly rebuilds everything. Reply Goes for amazing ride…in a beautiful place…and takes a portrait picture… Reply Wow! The light makes you feel resurrected. But I haven’t felt that yet anyway. Reply Great Shot so beautiful and amazing scenery 👌🏻 Reply At first I thought I was witnessing the worst misspelling of Saskatchewan that I’d ever seen, then I was wondering where the hell in the province you took this. I should have went to bed earlier… Reply funfact: sasbachwalden has the highest michelin star density in germany (at least had a few years back) Reply Wow, is this on Ultra Settings? The Anti Aliasing and God Rays look beautiful… almost real. Reply Clicked on the title because I thought it said Saskatchewan. This place seems pretty nice, too! Reply Great picture! Growing up and living in the black forest myself, there is always a mysterious yet beautiful atmosphere when you walk in the woods, especially at morning when the first rays of sunlight break through the fog. Reply Come on… Saskatchewan aint that hard to spell- wait Germany? Ohhh. Reply We are being reinforced by an armored train. Reply Reekris, that place looks beautiful. Reply I stayed there last summer! You picked a beautiful area!! Reply These leaked screenshots from the new Elder Scrolls are incredible. Reply Oh man that looks like some really good moss on those rocks. All I can think is “I wonder what it smells like” when I see this picture. I’ve been all over the US, and forests smell WAY different depending on where you are. I’ve never smelled a european forest, though… Reply Makes me picture a hiker walking a pig, looking for truffles for some reason, but es ist schön. Reply Originally misread this as Saskatchewan, Germany. I was very confused. Great pic. Reply Truly breathtaking. Reply How insanely beautiful. Deutchland ist sehr shon. Meine deutch ist sehr schlecht Reply wow !! Wonderful place ! love to hike in this area !! Reply Aww man, I saw the title and got really excited for a second… Reply Germany’s been one of my dream-vacation spots for years, because of the forests. Reply Thought OP was an American trying to spell Saskatchewan Reply Reminds me of argonne forest in BF1. Reply Looks like a battlefield 1 map. Reply All this trail needs is some bags of dog shit placed alongside it (seriously, people who do that shouldn’t be allowed to own dogs) Reply Pretty sure you fell through a hole in the space time continuum and ended up in Tamriel for a bit… 😛 Reply Beautiful photo. It inspires me to get fattened up and eaten by a witch. Reply I really like your pic, but aren’t there man-made objects (benches), which means this photograph is against rule No. 4? Reply After watching Dark I have an irrational fear of German forests. Reply Very dramatic Reply Absolutely stunning! Reply Absolutely gorgeous. Slightly off-topic: I read the location too fast and thought you made a horrible misspelling of Saskatchewan. This planet has strange and frustrating place names Reply This photo has so much depth! Reply Just wow…. Reply Nice Photo! I always have my walking holidays in Germany, nice country. Reply Nice snap 📸 Reply When your mind reads this as Saskatchewan (Canada) and then you’re like… Oh! Reply Amazing! Reply Of all the things in Germany to miss, I miss the volksmarches the most.. sad aint it? Reply One day computer games will be like this. And I will never leave my computer. Reply Beautiful shot, hike, memory, and location Reply You mean Athel Yenlui* Reply If only I could be so incandescent. Reply Every time I see a picture like this, I think “that is where I was meant to be”. I think a side effect of growing up in a desert is loving the ever-living fuck out of the green stuff. Reply Its a shame, not too far back in our recent past, those were killing grounds during war. I couldn’t imagine running though those woods to cause destruction and loss of life. Somehow nature and humanity are so divergent at times. When I go on hikes where I know battles during the revolutionary and civil wars occurred I cant help but think of the beauty of nature being destroyed by the selfishness of humans. Reply I speak German and live in canada, no matter how many times I read it, Saskatchewan comes out Reply Man I was exactly there but it was all covered with meters of snow!! Still beautiful (but less). Great place to hike y’all. Reply wow. this the raw shot or some edits done? Camera? Reply I can’t be the only Canadian who at first glance read that as “went for a hike in Saskatchewan” or maybe it’s because I got a cool buzz Reply just stay out of the woods in Winden, Germany Reply I’m German and when I read the title I first thought “Sasba…what?” I didn’t think it was a German word. Weird language 😀 Reply Early morning sun rays always healthy for us Reply I love the little benches and also as a German I love the railing, safety first! Reply Very cinematic, I love it. Reply Sasbachwalden looks much nicer than Saskatchewan Reply even their trails are immaculate Reply Could you tell me what you used to take the picture? Reply Just one more example of the gluten free trend putting wheat farmers out of business. Only a few years and the prairies have become a jungle. Reply Watch out for saskatchewans Reply Nice pic Reply Wow! Reply Sounds like the Saskatchewan of Germany. Reply Ahh peace.. Reply I thought it said “Saskatchewan” and then I remembered there are no trees there. Reply Lovely photo. How long was the hike? How far up the mountain were you? Reply Beautiful shot. For those that aren’t fluent in the ugliness of the German language: sauce-Bok-Valden. Reply Absolutely stunning. Time to dust off my hiking boots. Reply I need to go to Germany someday. I want to visit family and hike the forests there. Reply And took a camera. Reply It’s so beautiful Reply Is this a cropped wide angle shot? What was the focal length? Excellent shot! Reply Looking Gregorius/Perfect shoot. Reply Cool, a post from my area. The Ortenau/ Blackforest are truly beautiful! Reply Many years ago, my mother traced our family lineage all the way back to Sasbach, Germany. Cool to see this, makes me want to go visit the area. Reply There’s a spot exactly like this on Buffalo Mountain in Tennessee. Reply Huh, didn’t know Germany had trees Reply Is this the place Joe rogan gets his weed ? That Sasbachwaldeaiana shit ? Reply I sure hope to brought a big phat joint too. +1 Reply Greetings from Baden-Baden Reply Keine bremsen? Reply Wow! You found Narnia bro! 🙌🙌 Reply Sasbachwalden is Saskatchewan’s prettier cousin Reply Looks like real life ark survival evolved. Reply First thought: oh that’s beautiful Second immediate though: “were there any historical battles that happened here?” Reply Cutter on wolfback would totally not look out of place here. Reply I’ve walked this path sooooo many times during all the seasons, before moving away….super neat seeing it here on reddit. 😀 Awesome photo too ^^ Reply As a Canadian, I now feel as though Saskatchewan may have been named by a German mid-stroke. Reply If you go there, you should watch out for those damn teddy bears. You should be super cautios if you are wearing a stormtrooper armor. Lost Jerry when I went there with him. Reply I first thought this said Saskatchewan, Germany and wondered when Germany invaded Canada… Reply I read that as Saskatchewan, then saw Germany and had to read it again, eh. Sorry! Reply Eerie Reply As someone who lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, I am disappointed to learn that Sasbachwalden isn’t anywhere near me. Reply Did you mean “Saschbachwalde”? Reply SHIELDWALL! Joking aside, that is one epically beautiful shot you took. Well done! Reply Nice da geh ich auch mal hin Reply I for sure thought this said Saskatchewan at first. Reply Definitely thought you were trying to type “Saskatchewan” and was already like, “Nice try pal” Reply Looks like that Battlefield 1 map Reply Saschwalle uff Reddit, das i des noch erläbe därf. 👌🏼 Reply Saaschbä Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Connect with: Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.