Walk in the footsteps of the builders of the cable car and live very closely the performances realized by these pioneers. This nine-kilometer hike takes place mainly downhill. Indeed, you start at the upper station and hike back to the lower station. Along the way, you will cross several times the route of the cable car and will therefore have many opportunities to admire the Schauinsland pylons partly preserved in the original. You will have a good overview of the innovative technique and the hidden work behind the cable car. This circuit is particularly pleasant in the middle of summer, because the trail leads regularly under large trees ensuring you shade.