Usually the planets and the sun are set up to scale in size and distance along the route. At the frequently used "planetary scale" 1: 1 billion, the outermost planet Neptune is just under 4.5 kilometers from the sun. If the dwarf planet Pluto is still there, which was considered a full-fledged planet until 2006, the planetary path extends over almost 6 kilometers. Information boards about the respective planets are often attached to the planet models.
Planetary paths are attractive because of the possibility of stimulating yourself mentally through the information boards in addition to sporting activity. The almost natural division of the entire route into the planetary distances also gives a tangible impression of the dimensions in the solar system - the greater the distance from the sun, the greater the distance between the planets, which is why the migration times between two planets increase significantly towards the outside. If it is only 150 meters from the sun via Mercury and Venus to the earth , the hiker has to cover almost 700 meters between the neighboring planets Jupiter and Saturn . The scale models of the planets also convey proportions. On a scale of 1: 1 billion, the earth is a blue marble with a diameter of almost 13 mm, while the largest planet Jupiter is almost 15 cm in size and the solar ball with a diameter of around 1.4 meters visibly dominates all other celestial bodies. If you stand at the earth model and have the sun model in view, you can compare its apparent size with that of the real sun in the sky (pay attention to eye protection!) And thus convince yourself of the correctness of the scale.
- Example (Planet Path Bad Nauheim)
Dimensions on a scale of 1: 1.4 billion are listed under Model of the Solar System .
List of planetary paths
- Sankt Vith , length 3 km.
In Danish Planetstien :
- Aalborg : scale 1: 2 billion
- Fjerritslev : scale 1: 1 billion
- Hvidovre : scale 1: 1 billion
- Lemvig : scale 1: 1 billion
The coordinates always indicate the starting point "sun".
- Aichwald: Planet trail with starting point at the youth center in Aichwald-Schanbach, circular trail over 4.3 km, scale 1: 2 billion.
- Bad Liebenzell : Planetary nature trail in the spa park
- Donzdorf : From the castle garden to Lauterstein. Scale 1: 1 billion; Simulation of a lunar eclipse
- Durmersheim (Baden), PAMINA -Planetenweg; Scale 1: 1 billion; Leads from Durmersheim through the Rhine meadows to Mothern in Alsace. Connected to the PAMINA-Rheinpark path network along the Rhine, also suitable for bicycle tours .;
- Engen : From the Hegaublick to the church, the golden ball on the top of the church tower represents the sun; Scale 1: 1 billion; Special feature: you can see the sun from every planet.
- Gomadingen : from the foot of the Sternberg 9.8 km through the Great Lautertal; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Gondelsheim : from the town hall to the Kraichgau observatory Gondelsheim; Scale 1: 4 billion
- Heidelberg : on the premises of the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy and the State Observatory Heidelberg-Königstuhl
- Königsfeld : Scale 1: 1,392,000,000, sun to Pluto approx. 4.2 km
- Constance : Planet Path North from Kreuzlingen - Bernrain (observatory and planetarium) to Constance; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Laupheim : circular route beginning and ending at the Laupheim Planetarium (Milky Way 1); Total length 5.4 km; Scale 1: 1 billion - with audio guide for children and adults (QR code)
- Ludwigsburg : from Ludwigsburg to Bietigheim-Bissingen ; Scale 1: 1 billion
- March (Breisgau)
- Pfullendorf : in the Seepark Linzgau ; Scale 1: 1.4 billion;
- Sachsenheim : Sachsenheim Planet Trail, Sachsenheim district; Scale 1: 333 million, total length 29 km
- Schwaigern : Schwaigern Planet Trail; Scale 1: 7 billion, total length 600 m
- Weikersheim : on the Karlsberg past the Weikersheim observatory; Scale 1: 1 billion;
- Because of the city : scale 1: 557 million; Johannes Kepler Planet Trail; Sun to Neptune; approx. 10.1 km
- Welzheim : scale 1: 2.25 billion; Sun to Neptune; approx. 2 km
- Winterlingen : scale 1: 1 billion; Atomic model on a scale of 120 billion: 1; Time path to the "Big Bang" on a 1 meter scale: 10 billion years
- Bad Kötzting : the sun is in the spa gardens, the path leads to Wettzell to the geodetic observatory ; Scale 1: 1,286 billion;
- Bischbrunn : Planetary hiking trail of the Grunddörfer : From Bischbrunn via Steinmark and Esselbach back to Bischbrunn; Scale 1: 99500
- Bobengrün : A three-kilometer hiking trail in the Franconian Forest Nature Park. It stretches from the Bobengrüner CVJM home to the “Gerlaser Forsthaus” hiking home; Scale 1: 1.817 billion
- Buchenberg : Planet circular route in the Eschach hiking region; Distance scale and planetary scale 1: 600 million, starting at the Eschacher Weiher car park ( )
- Burgkirchen an der Alz : from Burgkirchen to Margarethenberg ; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Ebermannstadt : center at the Feuerstein observatory ; Special feature: lifting weights; Scale 1: 3 billion;
- Erlenbach am Main : “Untermain-Planetary Path” planetary bike path along the Main between Erlenbach am Main and Kleinwallstadt; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Georgensgmünd : cycle path along the former railway line from Georgensgmünd to Spalt (7 km) on a scale of 1: 1 billion. Pluto is at the former train station in Spalt, representation of the earth with the moon, all models are shown to scale, partly behind glass;
- Igensdorf / Nuremberg : in the "Culture and Sculpture Park" directly on the B2 Nuremberg – Bayreuth; Erected in 2008 under the direction of the international artist Dieter Erhard; a special feature is the Pluto, which glows blue at night thanks to a solar cell
- Ingolstadt : Astronomy Park directly on the Danube at the Konrad-Adenauer-Brücke in Ingolstadt; Planetary scale 1: 1 billion - distance scale 1: 100 billion
- Kaufbeuren : from the town hall in the city center to the Neugablonz district - scale 1: 1.1 billion - length 5.3 kilometers
- Landau an der Isar : scale 1: 1 billion
- District of Coburg and District of Lichtenfels : Scale 1: 850 million. The starting point of the planet path is the Galgenhöhe in Untersiemau . Sun , Mercury , Venus , Earth and Mars are directly in Untersiemau, Jupiter is on the local border. Saturn lies between the villages of Großheirath and Birkach am Forst . Uranus lies between the places Zilgendorf and Tiefenroth . Neptune is next to Banz Monastery and Pluto in front of Bad Staffelstein in the village of Unnersdorf . The astronomical nature trail was opened in 1988 and was the first in Germany at the time.
- Landsberg am Lech : from the Karolinenbrücke (Lechwehr) to the parking lot at the forest cemetery, designed as part of a school project, scale 1: 1.7 billion, with information boards, at each planetary station additionally (for better visibility) a 7 times enlarged spherical model ( Scale 1: 240 million)
- Lauf an der Pegnitz : from the Kunigundenschule in Hardtstraße to Dehnberg and Simonshofen; Cycle route over 18 km, designed by schoolgirls, with asteroids and detailed boards (see illustration), on a scale of 1: 1 billion
- Münchberg : Planet path Münchberg Hintere Höhe; Scale 1: 4 billion
- Munich : in the Botanical Garden in Nymphenburg ; Scale 1: 8 billion;
- Munich : from the courtyard of the Deutsches Museum (model of the sun) to Hellabrunn Zoo ; Scale 1: 1.29 billion;
- Nördlinger Ries : from Nördlingen to Harburg in the Ries crater; Length about 22 km; Scale 1: 400 million;
- Passau : from the top of the village along the Inn to Passau-Ingling; Scale 1: 1 billion;
- Pocking : along the cycle path that leads to Tutting on the former railway line. Length 4.5 km; Scale 1: 1 billion;
- Scheyern : circular hiking trail from Prielhof; Scale 1: 2.25 billion;
- Selb : circular hiking trail from the grammar school (back side) through the Hammerwald; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Tirschenreuth : from the observatory to the area around Tirschenreuth; Scale 1: 1 billion;
- Traunstein : along the banks of the Traun, scale 1: 1 billion
- Vilshofen : north along the Danube towards Hofkirchen; Scale 1: 1 billion;
- Würzburg : in the Frauenland district ; Length: approx. 2.5 km, scale 1: 2 billion
- Berlin : in the Britzer Garten at Kalenderplatz at 590 m along the Massiner Weg; the sun, in the center of the calendar square, and the planets up to Saturn are shown inside, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto outside the fenced-in park area on steel discs embedded in the path or in the street; Scale 1: 10 billion
- Cottbus : Planetary park of the constellation from January 1st, 2000 (except Uranus and Neptune) from the space flight planetarium “Juri Gagarin” to the Spreeauenpark ; Planet scale 1: 100 million - distance scale 1:10 billion
- Sonnewalde : from the castle park towards Zeckerin
- Bad König : in the spa gardens (sun at the entrance to the tennis courts) in the Mümlingaue towards Zell
- Bad Nauheim : from Goldsteinpark to the Wetterau observatory; Scale 1: 2.8 billion
- Bad Zwesten : Planetary hiking trail that starts at the sundial in the spa gardens
- Darmstadt : Circular route approx. 3 km starting at the Darmstadt public observatory on Ludwigshöhe, scale 1: 1 billion;
- Hainburg : along the Main to Seligenstadt
- Heppenheim : 2.6 km from the old town of Heppenheim through the vineyards to the Starkenburg observatory ; in cooperation with the Starkenburg-Sternwarte e. V .; Scale 1: 1.89 billion
- Kassel : Karlsaue planetary hiking trail , starting at the Museum of Astronomy and History of Technology ; Scale 1: 495 million
- Kriftel : Schwarzbach Planet Trail between Kriftel and Hattersheim - Okriftel ;
- Marburg : Planetary nature trail in the Lahnauen , on the Lahntal cycle path ; first planetary nature trail in the world for the blind and sighted; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Neuhof (near Fulda) : from the Johannes Kepler School on Opperzer Berg to the Kalbach district of Eichenried;
- Nidderau : between Willi-Salzmann-Halle Windecken and the Heldenbergen Catholic Church; Scale 1: 3 billion;
- Trebur : northern entrance of Trebur towards Rüsselsheim, scale 1: 1.56 billion;
- Rostock - Warnemünde : see below at Warnemünde
- Warnemünde : Planet path Warnemünde: along the beach promenade, starting at the lighthouse, towards Wilhelmshöhe along the coast to Geinitz Ort; Scale 1: 1 billion;
- Bad Bentheim : approx. 6.6 km from the Bürgergarten Gildehaus to the Bad Bentheim tourist information center; Scale 1: 681 million;
- Bad Lauterberg in the Harz : in the spa gardens; Scale 1: 3 billion
- Bad Salzdetfurth : start in front of the Kurmittelhaus with the sun; Scale 1: 1.4 billion
- Bensersiel : on the outer dike path between Benser- and Neuharlingersiel ; Scale approx. 1: 667 million
- Göttingen : starting at the beginning of Goetheallee (in front of Gebhards-Hotel), across the city center, past the Deutsches Theater , across Eichendorff- Platz, past the Hainbund monument to the Bismarck tower ; Scale 1: 2 billion
- Handeloh : along the Timmerloher Weg; Scale 1: 5 billion
- Hude (Oldenburg) : Planetary nature trail from Wüsting to Hude, since 1994; Scale 1: 1 billion;
- Melbeck : The GLH Planet Trail leads through the village with a model of the solar system on a scale of 1: 1 billion.
- Melle : from the city center at the grammar school to the Oldendorfer Berg at the Melle observatory ; Hiking trail about 8 km.
- Neustadt am Rübenberge : in the north-western area of the municipality corridor
- Nordenham : from the banks of the Weser (near Union Pier) to the Moorseer Mühle in Abbehausen , scale: 1: 1 billion
- Norderney : "Alter Postweg" at the south polder; Length 1.916 km; Scale: 1: 1 billion
- Northeim : on the Wieterrand; Scale 1: 1.5 billion;
- Wolfsburg : in the Allerpark ; Scale 1: 1 billion;
- Aachen : Vennbahnweg, from Kornelimünster to Brand; Scale 1: 1 billion;
- Bad Laasphe : from Amalienhütte to Laaspherhütte; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Bad Münstereifel : Planet Trail on a scale of 1: 7.7 billion, Milky Way Trail to Burgsahr on a scale of 1: 100 trillion with the House of Astronomy external in the role of the Andromeda Galaxy, and Galaxy Trail with extragalactic objects back to the Big Bang to Kirchsahr on a scale of 1:50 trillion , around the Effelsberg radio telescope .
- Bad Lippspringe : in the spa gardens (the sun is near the Prinzenpalais); funded by the Ostwestfalen-Lippe Planetarium Society ; 6 km long circular hiking trail with resting and dining options; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Bielefeld / Enger : from the sun at the Jöllenbeck secondary school along the old small railway line to Neptun in Pödinghausen ; Scale 1: 1.5 billion
- Bonn : Planet Path Bonn on the banks of the Rhine between the UN quarter and Graurheindorf; Scale 1: 1 billion;
- Borken : Planet Path on Lake Pröbsting; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Dorsten : " Planet Shore Dorsten " along the Wesel-Datteln Canal from the city center on the north side towards the west; Scale 1: 1.4 billion; Planetary steles are labeled with the words from the motto "My, Father, Explained, Me, ..."
- Effelsberg : at the Effelsberg radio telescope ; Planet scale 1: 3.6 billion - distance scale 1: 7.7 billion
- Hagen : founded in 1959; from the town hall in the city center to Pluto in the suburb of Boele; (Apparent) course of the sun through the zodiac is shown separately; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Happerschoss : in the district of Hennef (Sieg) , along the way to Heisterschoss
- Herne : in the Dorneburg Park as part of the Herne observatory ;
- Minden : Planet Path Minden ; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Münster : from the natural history museum to the Aasee ; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Rahden : starting at Rahden train station with a scale of 1: 402.5 million, Neptun is located at the north point of North Rhine-Westphalia
- Recklinghausen : from the observatory through the city garden to the town hall; Scale 1: 3 billion;
- Rees : along the dike or bike path in the direction of Haffen-Mehr; Scale 1: 1 billion;
- Rietberg : along the Ems from the biblical village of the Protestant parish to the garden show park, designed by the artist Angelo Monitillo
- Swords: Planetary model Swords. Along the Ruhr Valley Cycle Path between Fröndenberg and Schwerte. Special features: The central star, the sun, can be seen from every installation, the speed of light is shown. Entry and information board is on the market square in Schwerte directly in front of St. Viktor. Designed by the artist Udo Hertel. Scale: 1: 0.93 billion
- Sendenhorst: From the secondary school St. Martinin Sendenhorst on the bike path to Albersloh
- Warburg : Hardehausen Abbey Creation Path Station 4
- Witten : along the Rheinischer Esel cycle path ; Scale 1: 700 million;
- Wuppertal : Astro path Wuppertal , starting with the Werther Brunnen in Barmen as the sun; Scale 1: 552 million;
- Bad Kreuznach : from Oranienpark (Rose Island) to Bad Münster am Stein; Scale 1: 1 billion;
- Daun : Kosmosradweg Kleine Kyll; 20 km; Footpath and bike path; Sun and planets Mercury to Mars in the spa gardens in Daun, the destination is in Meerfeld
- Frankenthal (Palatinate) : from the Friedrich-Schiller-Realschule along Mörscher Straße to the fountain in the center of Mörsch; Scale 1: 2.15 billion;
- Hinterweidenthal : along the Wieslauter to behind Dahn
- Landau in der Pfalz : Planet street through the city center with true-to-scale bronze plates; Scale 1: 4 billion;
- Neuwied : on the banks of the Rhine in Engers ; Scale about 1: 1.4 billion;
- Weidenthal : from the center of the village to the “Kerweplatz” up the “Weidenthaler Hohl”; Scale 1: 1.5 billion;
- Kaiserslautern: The "digital planet path" (in combination with the real planet path in the school center south); Scale 1: 5.5 billion; 49.427740 N, 7.772605 O
- Bad Schlema - Schneeberg : Start in the Bad Schlema spa gardens to the Schneeberg observatory; Scale 1: 1 billion;
- Drebach : “Erzgebirge” planetary hiking trail between Ehrenfriedersdorf and Drebach; Scale 1: 1 billion;
- Eilenburg : starting at the city park, through the Bürgergarten and the Muldenaue , to the “Bobritzer Damm”;
- Radeberg : in the Hüttertal between Klippenstein Castle and the Felix Tower near Wallroda ;
- Riesa : Sonne is on Bahnhofstrasse; Photo overview board ; Scale 1: 1 billion;
- Sohland on the Spree : starting point at the observatory scale 1: 1.4 billion
- Halle (Saale) : scale 1:15 billion; on the asphalt of a path on the Saale-Insel Peißnitz near the former space flight planetarium "Sigmund Jähn"
- Radis : scale 1: 1 billion; in honor of Johann Gottfried Galle , the discoverer of Neptune ( Radis Planet Path )
- Wernigerode : scale 1: 1 billion;
- Plön : on the Großer Plöner See, along the Plöner Strandweg in the city bay; Scale 1: 2 billion;
- Wedel : from Schulau along the dike; Scale 1: 1 billion;
- Marne : from the school yard of the European High School Marne to Friedrichskoog-Spitze ; Scale 1: 346 381 538;
- Wyk on the North Sea island of Föhr : on the Strandweg on the south side of the island starting from Wyk, south beach to the island village Utersum on a scale of 1: 400 million (only display boards, no planetary models).
- Auma : via Wenigenauma in the direction of Zeulenroda ; Scale 1: 500 million;
- Tautenburg : via the Thuringian State Observatory ( Karl-Schwarzschild - Observatory ); Scale 1: 1,000,000,000;
- Strasbourg : “Path of the Planets”, In the Garden of Two Banks ; Scale: 1:16 billion; Length: 281.5 m; The information board at the end of the path indicates that on this scale the closest star to the Sun would be Proxima Centauri 2,450 km away near Alexandria, Egypt.
- La Chapelle-aux-Lys : “The Solar System”, part of the “Path to the Stars”; Scale: 1: 5 billion
- Saint-François-de-Sales : “Planet Path”; Scale: 1: 4 billion
- Quint-Fonsegrives : “Planet Path”, from Parc de la Saune along the banks of the Saune; Scale: 1: 1.4 billion
- Brasparts : "Giant Model of the Solar System"; Scale: 1: 1 billion
- Montagne de Lure : “Planet Path”; Scale: 1: 827 million
- Rocbaron : "Planet Path "; Scale: 1: 140 million
- Bruneck , South Tyrol , sun on a scale of 1: 1.5 billion
- Gummer, municipality of Karneid , South Tyrol , solar system on a scale of 1: 1 billion
- Schaan : along the Rhine on the Rhine dam between Schaan and Bendern , start (sun) near the Schaan-Buchs bridge; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Rooisand Desert Ranch: between the lodge and the observatory, scale 1: 1.79 billion, built in 2018
- Amstetten : The Amstetten Planet Path was created as a school project by the Amstetten Federal High School. From the position of the sun above the grammar school, planet tables on a scale of 1: 1.439 billion were arranged along the Mühlbach and on the “Black Path” to Pluto in Greinsfurth.
- Amber in Burgenland: circular route starting from the Amber Rock Museum
- Freistadt : starting at the promenade, the hiking trail leads 16 km to the Sandl observatory ; Scale 1: 369 million
- Großraming : along the E46 hiking trail; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Hellmonsödt , Upper Austria : four children's playgrounds on the 4 km long path; Scale 1: 1.5 billion
- Königsleiten : circular hiking trail starting from the observatory
- Leitzersdorf : The sun is near the parish church with a diameter of 1 meter on a scale of 1: 1.4 billion.
- Lichtenberg (Upper Austria) : Children's Planet Trail , approx. 7 km. Supplemented with didactic material, the concept was u. a. at "Science on Stage 2011" (Copenhagen) and awarded the "Family Oscar" of the state of Upper Austria.
- Linz / Upper Austria : The Kepler Planetarium extends over the entire state of Upper Austria, only the inner solar system can be found in the state capital Linz; Scale 1:50 million. In the vicinity of the Johannes Kepler Observatory Linz there is also a planet path on a scale of 1: 2 billion.
- Rettenegg : From Rettenegg to Stuhleck; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Terfens : through a pine forest beginning at the local church of Vomperbach
- Tullnerfeld -Wienerwald: The sun is in Königstetten with a diameter of 1 meter. A cycle path with the scaled planets leads to Muckendorf to the Danube, a corresponding hiking path over the Tulbinger Kogel to the Hagenbachklamm
- Wels : The planet path in Wels stretches along the northern bank of the Traun from the old Traun bridge to the Marchtrenk power station on a scale of 1: 1 billion. The starting point is an artistically designed sun disk. The planets are located as models in 9 glass showcases labeled with data on the outside. The planetary path was created on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the secondary school of the Franciscan Sisters of Wels .
- Vienna : along the wall to the Lainzer Tiergarten near the Sterngarten on the Georgenberg
- Sweden Solar System : The world's largest planetary path with the sun in Stockholm and the Termination Shock in Kiruna , 950 km away; Scale 1:20 million
- Aarau : from Aarau (Echolinde) through the forest to Kölliken ; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Arosa : from Prätschli to Prätschalp; Scale 1: 2.8 billion
- Bülach : from the Bülach Cantonal School to the Bülach Observatory ; Scale 1: 5 billion
- Burgdorf : from Burgdorf to Wynigen ; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Effretikon : from Anwandelstrasse in the north of Effretikon to Kyburg Castle
- Emmen : Sun starting point: Reussschachen Emmenbrücke (confluence of the Reuss and Emme rivers - bus no. 2 to Zollhaus station - 5 min. On foot) / Pluto end: Reussbrücke in Perlen (bus no. 22, Reussbrücke station); Scale 1: 1 billion
- Falera near Flims : on the hiking trail from Falera to Larnags / Laax; Length 1.4 km, planetary scale 1: 2 billion, distance scale 1: 4 billion
- Kreuzlingen : Planet path to the sun (south) from Siegershausen to Kreuzlingen-Bernrain (observatory and planetarium); Scale 1: 1 billion
- Landquart : from the initial forest Igis to Ganda Landquart; Planet Path 1: 1.7 billion, 2.6 km,
- Laufen BL : circular route with start and end in Laufen; Scale 1: 1 billion - with audio guide for children and adults (QR code).
- Locarno : “Astrovia Locarno”, sun on the delta of the Maggia river, length 6 km; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Marly FR : First along the Ärgera , then via Chésalles and Ependes FR to Ferpicloz
- Monte Generoso : Starting point: Hotel-Restaurant Vetta; Scale 1:10 billion; Length 600 m
- Regensberg : Starting point: Linden car park, end: Pluto on the Burghorn ; Scale 1: 1 billion
- Ringgenberg to Goldswil near Interlaken ; Scale 1: 1 billion
- St-Luc , Wallis : from Tignousa at the Observatoire François-Xavier Bagnoud ( ) to Pt. 2373 near the Hotel Weisshorn.
- Solothurn : from Weissenstein via Hasenmatt to Grenchenberg / Stallflue; Scale 1: 1 billion ( Weissenstein Planet Trail )
- St. Gallen : from the Botanical Garden to Steinach 1: 1 billion
- Uetliberg ( Zurich ): from Uto-Kulm to Felsenegg ( Albis ) ( Uetliberg – Felsenegg planet path )
- Washington, DC : on the National Mall from the National Air and Space Museum to Smithsonian Castle ; Scale 1: 10.5 billion
- Sagan Planet Walk in Ithaca (New York)
- Community Solar System in Peoria, Illinois on a scale of 1: 125 million
- Hubert Hermelingmeier: The planet path as an entrance to astronomical education. In: ASTRONOMIE + RAUMFAHRT in the school 49 (2012) 5, pages 21–22, Friedrich Verlag in cooperation with Klett
- Overview of Austrian planetary trails
- Pedagogical and didactic concept for planetary paths as educational institutions (PDF; 535 kB)
- Current planetary constellations, with which a reference to the starry sky can be established during a planetary hike. (PDF; 91 kB)
- Calculation of the scales of a model solar system
- Information and overview of planetary paths in Europe and the world
- To the entry in the English Wikipedia
- Sights St. Vith, section Planet Path .
- Aichwald Planet Trail
- Engen planetary educational trail
- Königsfeld Planet Path on the website of the Königsfeld community
- The planetary paths on the pages of the Planetarium and the Kreuzlingen Observatory.
- Planet Ludwigsburg , with links to further PDF documents
- Sachsenheimer Planet Path
- Johannes Kepler Planet Trail in Weil der Stadt
- three-dimensional with an atomic model
- Geodetic Observatory Wettzell
- Cvl planetary path
- Planet path with lifting weights near Ebermannstadt
- Ingolstadt Astronomy Park
- The Kaufbeurer Planet Path on the website of the Tourist Information Kaufbeuren.
- Explore our planetary system along the Lech on the pages of the Ignaz-Kögler-Gymnasium Landsberg
- cycle path in the Nürnberger Land
- Website of the Scheyern Planet Path
- Traunstein Planet Trail
- Würzburg Planet Trail
- Calendar place Britzer Garten
- Wetterau observatory near Bad Nauheim
- Planetary Path, Volkssternwarte Darmstadt
- Kriftel-Hattersheim planetary trail
- Marburg Planetary Trail ( Memento from March 24, 2009 in the Internet Archive )
- Planet Trail Trebur, directions
- Warnemünde Planet Trail
- Current news from Bad Lauterberg. In: www.visua.de. Retrieved April 15, 2016 .
- Borken Planet Trail
- Recklinghausen Planet Path. (PDF; 880 kB)
- Warburg Monastery Hardehausen Creation Path Station 4
- Astro Trail Wuppertal
- Ore Mountains Planetary Trail (PDF; 1.2 MB)
- observatory "Erich Bär" Radeberg ( Memento of the original from December 3, 2013 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.
- Plön Planet Path
- Dithmarscher Planet Path
- Le chemin aux étoiles. In: www.studiounplusun.com. Retrieved January 27, 2020 (French).
- Le sentier des planètes - Saint-François-de-Sales. In: www.gite-bauges.com. Retrieved January 27, 2020 (French).
- Le sentier des planètes de Quint-Fonsegrives. In: www.qfastro.club. Retrieved January 27, 2020 (French).
- MISS Arrée: Bienvenue dans le système solaire. In: www.astrosurf.com. Retrieved January 27, 2020 (French).
- Le sentier des planètes. In: www.astrosurf.com. Retrieved January 27, 2020 (French).
- Le sentier des planètes
- Brunico Planet Trail
- The circular planetary hiking trail in the Rosengarten-Latemar area
- Planetary Paths in Austria - an overview
- Free Planet Trail
- Großraming community - Sights - Planet Trail
- Leitzersdorf Planet Trail
- Children's Planet Trail Lichtenberg
- Kepler Planetarium
- Planet Path of the Linz Astronic Community
- Heaven on Earth Planet Trail - Rettenegg
- Tullnerfeld Planet Trail
- Planet Vienna
- Falera Mirasteilas planetary path
- Itinéraire Sentier des Planètes (466 KB) (pdf) ( Page no longer available , search in web archives ) Info: The link was automatically marked as defective. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.
- Monte Generoso planetary path ( memento of the original from June 23, 2010 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link has been inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.
- The Lägern now has a planetary path. (PDF; 382 kB) In: Tages-Anzeiger. June 21, 2008.
- Planet Path Ringgenberg-Goldswil ( Memento from October 12, 2007 in the Internet Archive )
- OSM relation planetary path (VS)
- Planet Trail at stadt.sg.ch, accessed October 13, 2019.
- Sagan Planet Walk
- Peoria Riverfront Museum's Community Solar System . (English)