Oppenau-Allerheiligen: Sulzbach, Sulzbacher Grat, Lierbach, Wasserfälle und Kloster
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31 de julio de 2021
Very nice, adventurous hike, which required stamina, hiking sticks and long pants! Since Komoot said goodbye with a GPS error on the way, I took the planning file here and added the pictures. A total of 15.9 km in 3: 40h (without breaks) and with 640 hm according to the smartwatch.It started on a Saturday morning from the St. Ursula parking lot, there was still no car. The idea for this hike was to avoid the "forest highways" if possible, but this was not always feasible in terms of planning. On a narrow path it went first to the St. Ursula shrine and then on to a wide forest path at the Krappeneck hut. Then we continued on overgrown forest roads to the upper part of the Sulzbach. The stream had no water, but the path near the Sulzbach was still very muddy and required concentration. Then we went along the Sulzbach - no one has used the path for a long time, it was well overgrown. The long trousers had a clear advantage here, as nettles and brambles had spread! In the middle part of the Sulzbach the longed-for brook rushing was finally there and accompanied me to the vicinity of the Laurentius Chapel. From there it went steadily uphill over a natural path to the Pilatusfelsen. Here you had a beautiful view of the valley to the chapel about 200 m below and the mountain opposite. The beautiful path then continued to the Sulzbacher Grat, where a little climbing was necessary. I found the upper path (shown in dashed lines in komoot) very sporty and climbing over the rock was definitely associated with a (feasible) adventure. The path then continued to Schindeleck, where the path then broadened and led to Bruberg with a beautiful view of the Rhine Valley and the surrounding area. From there it went to a forest path, which, according to komoot, should lead a path to another forest path towards Lierbach. I was able to locate the access to the path, but it was practically blocked with branches and there it went down steeply. But then another path was not really recognizable, especially not the path drawn in Komoot. Here I was very happy to have my hiking sticks with me today, because without them I cannot recommend this shortcut to Lierbachstrasse - the only alternative would be a longer detour via forest paths, which I wanted to save myself. So I walked slowly down the steep slope with my hiking sticks - it's good that the ground wasn't too damp. Then it went on on a forest path to the Lierbach. If I was traveling alone most of the time, except for the area around the Laurentius Chapel, that was no longer the case from the Lierbach onwards. The All Saints Waterfalls came closer and so many hikers were on their way in one fell swoop. Of course, the paths were now paved as well. The waterfalls and the ruins of the monastery are of course a real highlight that you have to share with others on a Saturday. In the monastery museum, komoot said goodbye with a GPS error that could not be remedied until the parking lot. The rest of the cell phone was still working, and that's how I found my way back to the car. Overall, it was a very nice, but at least not easy hike for me, but it left a lasting positive impression on me.
1 de agosto de 2021
Very nice lap😊 Komoot said goodbye to us today even with a GPS error 🤷♀️
Almost 190 photos are not a tad too many😊
Great round in my home country!
2 de agosto de 2021
Thanks for your feedback :-) @Falko: I had 150 more photos, but I deleted them ... but ok, I'll try to get by with less in the future ...
3 de agosto de 2021