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- 05:0615,9 km3,1 km/h560 m620 m
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.
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After two weeks in Saxony, I had to do another good hike in the Black Forest. This hike follows the premium trail "Water, Forest and Meadow Path" for long stretches. Since the parking lots near the starting point were all occupied due to a city event (flea market?), I was allowed to park in the parking garage in the city center. So there were a few more kilometers and meters in altitude on the official route, which I also extended to include a detour to the Wölflesbrunnen and wild boar enclosure. If you want to save on parking fees, you can park at the Zavelstein hiking home and start the tour there (everything is well signposted, but from there you go downhill and then back up in the second part).
The most beautiful part of the hike is definitely the Rötelbachtal - the rush of the brook and natural paths included. The Stubenfelsen is reminiscent of the Palatinate Forest as well as Dahn and the surrounding area. Cultural highlights are certainly the Calw scaffold and the half-timbered houses in Calw. I didn't like the second part of the hike that much, where I went back to Calw on broad farm and forest roads. Conclusion: I personally like the premium trail "Der Teinacher" better, but I haven't regretted this hike because of the Rötelbachtal. The little frog I came across was also original. It's a shame that the Hermann Hesse Museum in Calw is closed until spring 2023 - that would have interested me very much.
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Small historical tour through Mühlberg / Elbe, which I really liked. A memorial stone on the Elbe commemorates the miracle of Mühlberg in 2002, when the dams stopped and fortunately the city did not flood. Since then, a lot has been invested in flood protection. Also very nice is the Marienstern monastery with its old monastery church and the many old buildings in the city.
22 de julio de 2021
The district of Lampertswalde is particularly important because of the former manor grounds with the castle park and the village church, which was rebuilt in the baroque style in 1722. In 1948 the intact moated castle was demolished according to order 209 of the SMAD for the extraction of building material. The bridge to the island was preserved. The palm house, inspector's house and gardener's house were restored after the fall of the Wall.
This little tour goes through the village and through the apple alley back to the town center with the church and manor grounds. The tour is highly recommended, especially when the cafe in the manor grounds is open.
22 de julio de 2021
- 00:191,41 km4,4 km/h0 m10 m
- 00:453,30 km4,4 km/h30 m40 m
Small (cultural and historical) tour through the city of Belgern and into the Rolandpark and the Elbe ferry. I was very impressed by the church in Belgern and it was also accessible, which is not a matter of course in Saxony.
Otherwise there is an original Roland statue in front of the town hall and 14 copies of German Roland statues are in Rolandpark. If you are interested in the topic, you will find it here: belgernschildau.de/seite/164750/der_roland.html
The Elbe ferry was out of service due to flooding.
Otherwise this was my 300th tour with Komoot :-)
21 de julio de 2021
Small round through Strehla with city center, castle, church and castle park. The path also goes a bit along the Elbe - it is flooded, but ships are still sailing.
I found the robinia at Strehla Castle to be particularly interesting. This is a tree veteran and supposedly the strongest black locust in Germany or the oldest black locust in Saxony, see na-tour-denkmal.de/baumveteranen/367-april-2020-die-robinie-als-baum-des- year 2020
21 de julio de 2021
This was a short walk in Schildau in the footsteps of the "Schildbürger". If you want to know more about it, take a look at wikipedia: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schildb%C3%BCrger
A few signs in the village remind of the stories of the shield citizens who are said to have happened here in the area. There is also supposed to be a sign citizens' path, but it is unclear to me where it runs. A meaningful signage in the place is unfortunately missing (-> Schildbürger stop).
Very impressive is the old mulberry tree near the church. It doesn't matter whether it is the oldest or the second oldest mulberry tree in Germany, the tree is simply gigantic.
19 de julio de 2021