premium hiking
on the "Seegang" trail

With breathtaking views, cultural highlights and more than 50 kilometres of excellent hiking, the SeeGang trail is a captivating experience in the north-west of Lake Constance.


The SeeGang trail connects Constance and Überlingen over several stages and satisfies even the most demanding hikers, having been awarded the German Institute of Hiking’s seal of quality for premium hiking trails.


Please note: The information on the linked pages is currently only available in German.


  • Browse the SeeGang brochure online as well as a clear hiking folding map for download (top pictures and interesting facts as well as recommendations for premium hiking from Constance).
  • Visit the tour portal with suggestions, tips, restaurants along the trail and much more
  • Click here to book a carefree walking package along the SeeGang trail from Constance to Überlingen, including luggage transfer and overnight stay in hiking-friendly hotels.
Premium hiking trail / Premiumwanderweg SeeGang | AG SeeGang | 2018
SeeGang - from Constance to Überlingen in four days / SeeGang - in vier Tagen von Konstanz nach Überlingen | Entdecke Deutschland | 2020
Weitere Infos
  • Constance is the vibrant centre of the region where Germany borders Austria, Switzerland and Licéchtenstein, and is situated right on the lake against the backdrop of the mighty Alps. The charming alleys of its historical old quarter are home to more than 400 stores, and the diverse culinary scene offers something for everyone. There is a wide range of leisure activities to discover, including pleasure cruises on the lakem and a varied programme of events to enjoy. Several monuments and buildigs, such as the Imperia statue and the Hus stone, are reminders of the Council of Constance that took place 600 years ago, and visitors of all ages can explore its history on a memorable guided tour...

  • Constance's idyllic suburbs of Dingelsdorf, Litzelstetten & Dettingen-Wallhausen bring you closer to nature. Situated right by the lake and surrounded by countryside, these areas offer leisure pursuits for visitors of all ages. From sailing, windsurfing and swimming to walking and cycling, there are plenty of exciting activities and unusual accommodation to choose from, for example at the Campsite Klausenhorn, a four-star campsite. Here, walkers and their families can overnight in ‘stork’s nests’ or in traditional barrel huts, which have their roots in medieval times.