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Seit 2009 zeichne ich unsere Ausflüge mit unterschiedlichster Technik auf. Die Anfänge waren recht abenteuerlich. Dennoch versuche ich, auch diese Touren schrittweise hier einzustellen, sozusagen als Wandertagebuch. Die älteren Wanderungen sind eher kurz gehalten, da kleinkindtauglich.
After yesterday's family celebration for our son's Abitur (there was no Abiball ...) we started a little hike today noticeably late, because tomorrow it shouldn't be so ideal.
We started slightly hungover in the very beautiful small town of Nossen on the market. The first highlight were the storks on the chimney. We continued along the nature trail up to the Bastei view. First short break to look. The nature trail was then lost piece by piece in the fern. There was a bit of a boy scout mood, but once we couldn't find the branch we wanted and went down a jungle-like path into the Muldental. Now to the mouth holes (here the path that was missed above was perfectly to be found ...) Shortly after the motorway bridge we crossed the Freiberg Mulde on a chic bridge and then followed the Nossen-Siebenlehn mining trail. The signage is not ideal and some paths could not be found, but we found quite a lot of mouth holes today :)
At the end we reached the Rodigt and climbed the newly built observation tower. This swayed pleasantly and you really have a fabulous 360 ° view. The last section to the starting point went quickly. We freshened up at the pump house before we went home. But not without enjoying another sundae in Eula.
A short and varied hike, but on which we worked up a sweat. Must have been the weather !!
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Our start today should be in Srbská Kamenice, but somehow there are no parking spaces for hikers in the whole place. Without a doubt we drove on to Janská and quickly found a quiet place.
Right at the start, the desired route was blocked by a gate. What the hell. Whenever we're around there, we wanted to go to Rabštejn as well. Interesting site, can be visited all year round, but only with registration and from 8 people. Initially further on the road, we soon met the hiking trail "green arrow", which we now followed. We made a little detour to abandoned buildings and had today's key experience there. At first we thought there was a dog lying lonely in the sun. When he ran up to us with his tracking device on his neck, we became a little restless and we are not yet sure whether it might not have been a wolf after all. On the way back he was no longer there :)
After the excursion into the past, we went to the wild and romantic Goldbachtal; partly very muddy and with very interesting rock formations. Soon you will reach the village of Stará Oleska with its beautiful swimming lake and adjacent campsites. We stopped at the local inn. Very friendly service and it was delicious too :)
Well strengthened, we continued through the lonely Hadergrund and later on a nature trail by the river to Srbská Kamenice. From here it was again following the yellow line, initially steeply uphill. Today we left the war hole on the left and found ourselves at the height above a far-reaching panoramic view. We had withdrawn to a high stand for our last rest when we suddenly saw several chamois. A bit far away for the notches, unfortunately.
From here it was always downhill back to the starting point.
A varied circular hike with a bit of road. The forest passages for it are lonely and pure nature.
10 de julio de 2021
After doing some DIY, we went on a little excursion in the late afternoon because the weather was tempting.
The goal was to lead my better half to Goa, but it was bewitched at the entrance. The eternal suffering of fellow human beings who have fallen short ...
After a short consultation, we parted ways and I enjoyed the wonderful ascent. Everything still as it should be.
I picked up my wife at the Riegelhostiege and then we let the evening atmosphere work its magic on us.
Unfortunately the Gasthaus "Schöne Höhe" is temporarily closed. That would have been a perfect end.
3 de julio de 2021
In the current situation in the Upper Saxon Switzerland it is really difficult to plan something in advance and so today's tour was a little different than expected.
On our tour to Heulenberg we discovered a signpost "Pohlshörner" in a lonely gorge. And that's what we wanted to explore today.
From the free hiking car park at Kleinstein, we started into the Black Gorge. After about 300m an inconspicuous path branches off to the right, which almost disappears after another 300m. From here on, the Böhm map is only "roughly dotted". Nevertheless, we purposefully got to the point where the forgotten signpost was, yes, because it could no longer be seen. This was followed by an unspectacular ascent to the Pohlshorn hiking trail, which unfortunately became an obstacle course due to many fallen trees. Despite searching, we did not find the steps marked with Rolf Böhm.
After a detour to the Kleiner Pohlshorn, we of course also visited his big brother and were able to enjoy the wonderful view in complete solitude.
We actually only wanted to use the descent into the Kirnitzschtal a small part, but the view of the completely overgrown path made us reschedule. Since hiking detours have also been created here, we initially overlooked the further descent and walked back the Oberer Hirschwaldweg ... 🙈
When we finally arrived at the Kirnitzschtalstraße, we decided at the Thorwaldbrücke not to climb in the direction of Rapinzenberg and walked to the Niedere Schleuse, where we took a long break at the babbling brook, not without first looking at the face of the rock up close.
Ascending the bottom of the pass, we passed the interesting climbing rock "Keule" and then hit and then on increasingly fewer paths through to the Hantschengrund with its small cave. Now it should / could have gone "across" from the Dorfbachweg. Since it didn't look too inviting here either, we stayed on the road and got to the self-service hikers' trough at the Räumichtmühle, where we bought a cool drink. Many thanks to the operators!
The last meters back to the parking lot then very close to the street.
A lonely round under difficult conditions that increasingly lack the joy of exploring, although we really like to walk quiet and wild paths.
27 de junio de 2021
Where do you go when it's hot and oppressive? Off to the coldest inhabited place in Germany!
In Kühnhaide we started at the Schwarzwassertal hiking car park and hiked the Kammweg over the border. Then it was time to be careful. The branch into the forest is easy to miss. Then we were amazed: the Czech army set up a strange and heavily camouflaged camp in the middle of the hiking trail. At a reasonable distance we bypassed this point and reached the equally inconspicuous junction to Lauschhübel on a very beautiful forest path.
The Nagelsche pillar with the weather vane is unique and has been beautifully restored. From the summit you have a wonderful view of Rübenau.
Back on the dead straight forest path, we soon discovered that it was not easy to continue walking due to the fence around the reserve. So on a little detour to the deserted place Kienhaid. After another small detour to a small reservoir, we reached the border again.
On the way through the town we were amazed several times what the residents collect: old farm equipment, old trucks and a private light railroad were among other things to see.
The moor nature trail is very nicely laid out and provides information about the formation as well as the flora and fauna of this type of landscape.
Again on the Kammweg or Forststeig we walked back to the Grüner Graben and could soon see the parking lot.
Except for a few cyclists, two hikers and the military, we didn't meet anyone. Instead, a startled deer, lizards and two grass snakes.
20 de junio de 2021
I finished work a little earlier today, not just because of the temperatures. Two freshly vaccinated people sat at home. Since both were doing well under the circumstances, I made a quick decision to set off again.
A little cooler now, there was little going on around the bastion. From the cream on I was completely to myself and could enjoy the evening atmosphere. It's just always beautiful there. I decided to climb over to the Hirschgrund and climb it to the parking lot, which cost 5 euros for the 1.5 hours.
Now the weekend can come.
18 de junio de 2021
The weather wasn't too nice today. So it should be something close by. Since I had recently read something about the Bärenhecke rock path from Michi, we immediately set off to explore it.
The starting point was the parking lot in the Müglitztal at the junction to Dittersdorf. It was always close to the river to Bärenhecke on sometimes very beautiful paths. Too many hikers don't seem to be on the move here. The last part was the actual rock path. Not too exciting but refreshingly different with its path markings on the rocks lying on the slope.
We continued uphill to Dittershöhe, where Nagel’s pillar no. 59 is hidden. Here you have a fantastic all-round view of the Ore Mountains and Saxon Switzerland. Today, however, not too easy to capture due to the dark clouds.
It went comfortably to Börnchen, where a stop at the country inn is simply part of it.
It was a bit late by then and we decided to take a more direct route back. We visited another beautiful piece of earth; the climbing area with the funny summit names like Lausbub, Ofen, Männerroile and Mädelrolle. We went back to the parking lot on really steep paths and sometimes with ropes for support.
Since we entered the area from above, we only realized towards the end that at least climbing, but probably also access, was always from 01.01.-31.07. is prohibited due to species protection. Ashes on our heads; we didn't know and were really very quiet.
It was nice in the Müglitztal and you are always amazed at what you haven't discovered yet.
13 de junio de 2021
After the attempt to visit the Wieselstein in winter failed because of the change and then the ticket that followed immediately, we started again today from the summer parking lot in Langwiese (Dlouhá Louka).
With pleasant temperatures just over 20 degrees and lots of sunshine, we hiked following the blue line to Wolfsberg (Vlčí hora) and climbed the radio mast there for a first view of the Bohemian mountain peaks. Following the markings, we reached the highest mountain in the Eastern Ore Mountains, the Wieselstein (Loučná), quickly and after a steep ascent. The view here is terrific, even if a bit hazy today.
Now followed a rather monotonous stretch of road, exclusively on an asphalt road and always along the fence of the drinking water protection area to the Fláje dam. We sneaked a little to the bank and let the calm work its magic on us.
After a short stretch along the dam, the route climbed steadily back to the road to Dlouhá Louka and again following the blue line on pleasant forest paths back to the starting point. The inn was open and so the relaxing day of hiking could end appropriately.
6 de junio de 2021
Despite the thunderstorm warning, we carried out the little excursion with her and her boyfriend at the request of our daughter, because it is no longer that easy to find an appointment with young adults ...
Unfortunately we were a few weeks too early because in the Ore Mountains "everything is a bit behind" this year. The cotton grass bloomed wonderfully and some orchids. Due to the renaturation of the moor with the help of the Sachsenforstes, the route was changed and there were still a lot of building materials lying around and some areas still have to recover. But the thunderstorm mood went wonderfully with the stroll through the mountain pines.
The two Lugsteine had to be conquered, of course, before it thundered heavily and a little began to rain.
Unfortunately, all rest stops were closed and, according to the authorities, a daily corona test or vaccination certificate is necessary for a visit to the raised bog. For a paid outdoor activity ...?
If you want to experience the sundew in bloom, you have to wait a few more weeks.
The moor is always worth a visit; In any case, we will give him a little time for the renaturation.
5 de junio de 2021
Inspired by Sven FG, we went a little further today and went on an interesting circular hike with our older daughter.
It all started with the 1000 year old oak in Nöbdenitz, an imposing tree that has received some supports so that it can stand there for another 1000 years.
On the Lutherweg we went past the church, the old school (from 1760-1903) and the manor, along the lake and the Sprat. In a fenced-in meadow we discovered "free-roaming" buffalos, but they were very shy and turned away exactly at the moment of the photo.
At the adventure playground we turned and followed the Holzmichelweg to Posterstein. A detour to the bridge monument (you can do it) and huge fields of lily of the valley are on the way and slowly the castle moved more and more into focus.
Unfortunately it was not open, but smart Berolina scooters, MZ and a Trabant convertible posed in front of the castle.
Back in the valley, we stopped in the Hotel Zur Burg's beer garden. Finally it works again!
We continued to Tannenfeld Castle, but first along the street and later along the motorway.
The castle and the outbuildings look much better from a distance than they do up close. But there are big plans for the property. The park is quite extensive and is currently a very popular place due to the flowering rhododendron bushes.
We went back to Nöbdenitz via a beautiful meadow path, where we once again marveled at the ancient tree and the associated grave.
30 de mayo de 2021