The twin city of Ulm/Neu-Ulm is also an interesting destination for hiking enthusiasts.
Because one of the Jakobuswege also leads through the cities. Coming from Nuremberg, the historic pilgrimage route leads via the Danube cities on to Constance on Lake Constance and Santiago de Compostela.
Since autumn 2010 there is the newly created northern route of the Martinusweg which leads through Ulm. Starting in Szombathely in Hungary it ends in Tours in France.
Or take a hiking day trip in the surroundings: for example to the Swabian Alb, to Upper Swabia, to Bavarian Swabia or along the Danube.