Frankenstein: Erlenbachtal, Glasbachtal, Brugruine Diemerstein, Ruine Frankenstein 2021/90
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Nicolet y Lada hicieron una caminata.
21 de julio de 2021
Since we had business to do nearby, we wanted to take the opportunity to explore the area. We parked in Frankstein on a small parking lot at the end of a cul-de-sac. The idyllic-looking path awaited you with an extensive nettle bath. Hardly any more than waist-high vegetables waded through, there were some fallen trees to crawl through or climb over. Then the path became wide and we didn't take much impressions of the Erlenbachtal. Since there was a lot to talk about and think about, we didn't perceive it negatively that the first half of the route wasn't particularly exciting. From the Glasbachtal onwards, nothing was left to be desired, a narrow path led above the flowing stream. This went over into the four Glasbachseen. Just a few minutes later, numerous old stone stairs awaited us, uphill, downhill, around Diemerstein Castle and through rocks. We were a bit disappointed to find that there is apparently no access to the castle itself, although it seems to be quite large and not so badly preserved. The only access we could discover was via a narrow spiral staircase in a castle tower. However, this was locked. From here it should go over a narrow path to a lookout rock, but the path was fenced off for the "Auerochs Project". At least we could see some of the animals grazing on the steep slope and we didn't regret not having to share the narrow path with them. So we walked along the easily accessible street until we came to the entrance of Frankenstein Castle. In return, all the more opportunities to explore this impressive building awaited us here. At the end we climbed the Rabenfells to enjoy a wonderful view of Frankenstein Castle and the railway tunnel below.
22 de julio de 2021
Clean !!!! Again in full swing, you also have a knack for super ingenious tours and routes. WOW!
There you found some nice stairs again 👍I also like to remember the view from Rabenfels - it has something unreal like a model railway
I particularly like the picture with the yellow villa and the castle in the background!Do you mean the first picture by "brilliant routes", Tanja? :-)
Stairs, castle ruins, narrow paths, rocks and water - the tour is beautiful!
I'm sorry that you had so much bad luck.
Beautiful, fairytale 🤩🤩
@KISS, thank you very much. I have to give back the praise twice and three times :-)@ Wanderfisch, the stairs were really exactly my taste. Unfortunately, I couldn't walk all of them. In fact, you can enjoy a lot of beautiful views with relatively little altitude.@Kauai, do you know more about the castle? Is it privately owned or why can't it be viewed?@Xrunfun, we get along, as always 🤩🤩@Sarahtramp, oh we didn't think that was bad luck at all. After all, the direction was well chosen, at the beginning time to come down and chat and then the concentrated highlights at the end :-)@Manfred, thank you 🤩
23 de julio de 2021
I don't know anything about the castle. I only liked your photo!
Nice to meet you, Kauai
Interesting stone tables, inviting stairs and paths, castle ruins, good conversation and a stinging donkey bath to prevent rheumatism .... what more could you want 🤷
Martina, with the rheumatism prevention I also talked myself into the nettle bath 😁 You paths, however, I really enjoyed 😊
25 de julio de 2021