Wanderung durch das Naturschutzgebiet Luderbachaue von Dreieich
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28 de marzo de 2021
Great hike and cracked the 1,000 kilometers :-)Yesterday's hike once again took me to neighboring Hesse, more precisely to Dreieich in the Luderbachaue nature reserve. I parked in the Dreieichenhain district, right by the ruins of the 11th century "Hayn Castle".Of course, it would have been obvious to visit the castle first, but I decided to save this sight for the last time and therefore followed the European long-distance hiking trail 1 out of the city. In bright sunshine, we went on dirt roads to the Luderbachaue nature reserve. After I passed the golf course on the edge of the nature reserve, I entered a forest covered with magnificent thick oaks (some of which are natural monuments) and from there to the "summit cross" on the Ebertsberg. Whereby the word part "... mountain" in the name is a bit exaggerated, because at just 193 meters it is more of an elevation than a mountain. Nevertheless, I have immortalized myself in the digital summit book :-)After this easy uphill walk, I continued on beautiful forest paths to Wolfsstock, the place where the last wild wolf was shot in 1784. From there, my hike led me to the idyllic Dornsee and further across the country road to the Bruch von Gravenbruch, the second nature reserve directly adjacent to the Luderbachaue. Admittedly, I only planned this extra lap so that I could get more kilometers, so I was pleasantly surprised by the beautiful, quiet area.Back in the Luderbachauen I ran to the rider's rest, a great resting place on the side of the road. Logically, I also used this for a long snack. Freshly strengthened, I set out on the last 6 kilometers of my tour, which took me back to the golf course at Gut Neuhof and from there to the pole pyramid, a sub-project in the Rhine-Main regional park with a view of the Frankfurt skyline. (Right next to it is a German air traffic control system)The last stop was the Essigmühlenweier in Dreieich, which is inhabited by Nutrias. After a few photos of these cute rodents from South America, I'm back to the final visit to the castle ruins.Conclusion: The Luderbachaue nature reserve with its beautiful hiking trails, the thick old oaks and some beautiful and interesting places is definitely worth a hike and an absolute excursion tip for me.By the way, I've cracked the 1,000-kilometer mark with this tour, the next thousand can come :-)
29 de marzo de 2021
Great round in "my area". It is always good to read about it from others in order to see the familiar through their eyes. Thanks for the detailed description
What a nice tour, albeit far from me
30 de marzo de 2021
In my area and yet parts of the tour didn't seem familiar to me. In any case, I've never seen Nutrias here. I will definitely run after one day. Thank you for sharing!
2 de abril de 2021