Ruins of Radegg
8218 Wilchingen, Switzerland
About Ruins of Radegg
The Ruins of Radegg are the ruins of a spur castle built around the year 1200 in the Canton of Schaffhausen, Switzerland and destroyed around the year 1300. It is located high above the Wangental on a spur of the Rossberg which drops off steeply on three sides in Osterfingen in the municipality of Wilchingen.
Attractions near Ruins of Radegg
The Schaffhausen Region has a unique, traditional cultural landscape. The Randen hills, the vast vineyards, and the Rhine, define this region. The park has an area of 161 square kilometers. Unique in Switzerland is the fact that the park perimeter goes beyond the country's borders.
The Siblinger Randenhaus is located in the midst of beautiful nature, at 840 meters above sea level. Enjoy the peace and quiet far away from everyday life, the holiday mood, and the impressive view of the Alps. One of the ideal location to rejuvenate your mind.
The Beringer Randenturm is a steel frame construction built in 1998 above Beringen on the Randen in the canton of Schaffhausen . It is 26 meters high and offers a wide view of the Klettgau and the Alps. The viewing platform can be reached via 137 steps and six intermediate landings. There are two seats and four panorama boards on this platform.
The Rhine Falls came into being at the transition point where hard chalk turned into soft gravel. Over a breadth of 150 meters, several hundred cubic meters of water rush into the depths at the rate of 23 meters per second. In the middle of it all stands a mighty rock that has withstood the elements for a thousand years. The rock can be reached on a circular tour of the Rhine Falls, during which one can observe the natural spectacle from up close.
The Rhine Falls, the largest waterfall in Europe, offers the visitor a magnificent spectacle. The Rhine Falls offer the visitor the grandiose spectacle of the largest waterfall in Europe! The imposing natural spectacle was created 17,000 years ago and has become the main attraction for countless visitors from all over the world. One of the main tourist attractions in this area and it is famous for its natural beauty.
The Wutach is a river, 91 kilometres long, in the southeastern part of the Black Forest in the German state of Baden-Württemberg. It is a right-hand tributary of the Rhine. In its lower reaches it flows for about 6 kilometres along the border with the canton of Schaffhausen, Switzerland. The name Wutach means "furious water", referring to the whitewater rapids in the gorge. One of the main water resource in this area and also a nice picnic spot.
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