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of the Dinkelberg is limited in the south by the valley of the high Rhine, in the north and the west by the meadow valley, in the east by the Wehratal. It lies between the larger localities Lörrach in the west, tuft home in the north, resistance in the east and Rheinfelden in the south. Its highest mountain forms the high Flum with 535 m and. M.
of the Dinkelberg differs geologically seen in principle from the Black Forest and Swiss law. It is (old) a limestone formation, which is classified as Karstgebiet. Thus are numerous, usually underground erosion processes still in full swing, which led to inspection-worthy Naturdenkmälern. For this count two Tropfsteinhöhlen, the Tschamberhöhle in bending gene nearby the station and the earthling cave at the local edge of Hasel. The cave specified last is particularly interesting by your situation at the transition to the Black Forest, for the specialist is the rock formations at the cave walls a reference, where accurately now the Black Forest with its granite and Gneis begins and where still Dinkelbergkalk prevails.
Completely typical Karstphänomäne is Bach hoists (brooks disappear in vortex holes, often also in double valleys with Bach hoists in the center). The counterparts for this are usually been because of the Bergtraufen source pots: Brooks come out behind a Rain, partly in direct proximity to houses or roads. To visit source pots are in Rheinfelden - Nollingen (the village brook rises quasi before the church, the source of lens brook is east the village) and in Degerfelden (range Hagenbacher yard). A special “source pot” is appropriate close by for the earthling cave: In a valley east of tuft home - oaks is a hollow, which transforms independently of the weather conditions, rarely and irregularly into the Eichener lake. By the way also the dry brook within the range of the Dinkelbergs rises.
of cities and municipalities at and in the Dinkelberggebiet are (in the clockwise direction beginning in the north):
- Muzzle castle
- tuft home
- swearing city
- Grenzach Wyhlen
- Eichener lake with tuft home - oaks
- earthling cave (also Hasler cave called) at the local edge of Hasel
- devil hole with Rheinfelden - north swabia
- Tschamberhöhle in Rheinfelden Karsau
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- Swiss society for Höhlenforschung: „The Dinkelberg “
- Black Forest tourism: The Dinkelberg - Karsthöhlen and a lake disappear
Adelegg | Albuch | Baar | Development land | Berglen | Mountain route | Bodanrück | Mash gau | Dinkelberg | Ellwanger of mountains | Filder | Gau | Göge | Haller level | Hardt | Hardening field | Hedge gau | Hegau | Heuchelberg | Highest one | Hochsträss | Hohenloher level | Wood sticks | Hotzenwald | Emperor chair | Klettgau | Kraichgau | Grain gau | Kurpfalz | Regional court | Limpurger of mountains | Linzgau | Lusshardt | Löwensteiner of mountains | Mainhardter forest | Markgräflerland | Murrhardter forest | Upper swabia | Desert forest | Ortenau | Pfinzgau | Beautiful book | Schurwald | Swabian Alb | Black Forest | Straw gau | Current mountain | Deaf reason | Deaf country | Tautschbuch | Ufgau | Forest citizen of mountains | Welzheimer forest | Westgeneral-outer | Zabergäu