Söhni 🏃

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Frei nach dem Motto: „Heimat ist kein Ort, sondern ein GefĂŒhl“, habe ich fĂŒr mich den Spruch umformuliert: „Outdoor ist kein Ort, sondern ein LebensgefĂŒhl“. Das Verweilen in der Natur gibt mir geistige und seelische Kraft, um aufzutanken und mich fĂŒr den Alltag zu regenerieren. Ich wandere gerne allein oder in der Gruppe und bin beinahe jedes Wochenende unterwegs, wenn es mir möglich ist. Auch meine Frau oder die Kinder sind immer wieder gerne mal dabei. Da muss ich mich dann allerdings vom Tempo her ganz schön zurĂŒcknehmen. Ich bin auch einem Marathon, einer Wallfahrt oder Pilgerwanderungen nicht abgeneigt und genieße es, unbekannte Regionen in unserem Land kennen zu lernen.
Seit meiner Kindheit bin ich (damals natĂŒrlich mit meinen Eltern) beinahe jedes Wochenende auf IVV-Wandertagen irgendwo in Deutschland unterwegs und habe im Jahr 2016 mein Ziel, einmal die Erde zu umrunden, mit der entsprechenden Auszeichnung des Volkssportverbandes erreicht.
Hier könnt Ihr Euch die Auszeichnung ansehen: komoot.de/tour/13834658
NatĂŒrlich gehe ich auch weiterhin gerne zu IVV-Wandertagen in meiner nĂ€heren Umgebung.
Alle Tourenfotos wurden/werden aufgenommen mit dem Apple iPhone 13 Pro oder einem seiner VorgÀngermodelle.
Die erhabene Sprache der Natur, die Töne der bedĂŒrftigen Menschheit lernt nur der Wanderer kennen.
(Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
An einem Sommermorgen da nimm den Wanderstab, Es fallen deine Sorgen wie Nebel von dir ab. (Theodor Fontane)
Wandern ist eine TĂ€tigkeit der Beine und ein Zustand der Seele.
(Josef Hofmiller, Schriftsteller und Lehrer)


13.608 km

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2378:41 h

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  1. Söhni 🏃 y Anne hicieron una caminata.

    Hace 3 dĂ­as

    16,3 km
    4,7 km/h
    350 m
    350 m
    A Söhni 🏃, Harry y 343 mĂĄs les gusta.
    1. Söhni 🏃

      This brewery hike takes us to the little village of Dittersbrunn near Ebensfeld. Above the village there is a hiking car park, which is the starting point of this tour. Before you start the actual hike, I would like to recommend a short detour (+ 2 km) up to the St. Veit chapel. This idyllically located chapel offers a great all-round view of the Staffelberg, Banz Monastery and the upper Main Valley.The actual hike leads along a small road to StrĂ€ublingshof and then past the Naturfreundehaus to MorgenbĂŒhl. The path leads around this ridge and then - following the "Frankenweg" marking - down to Loffeld. The brewery in the village is a little to the right of the path. Via the bike path on the outskirts of Loffeld we get to Stublang with two other breweries on the right and then on to Frauendorf with the last brewery. After the church we turn right towards Krögelhof. Shortly thereafter, a path marked "N" also branches off to the right. We follow this marking steeply up the mountain. Once at the top there are several "possibilities" to get lost. Here we should pay attention to the indications on the map and walk this route with great attention. The path finally leads back out of the forest at a shelter. Here we leave the "N" marking and turn left to turn right towards Dittersbrunn after a short while.
      Follow the "Kehlbachtaler Höhenweg" trail straight ahead back to the car park.
      ©Bierland Upper Franconia

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      • Hace 3 dĂ­as

  2. Söhni 🏃 y Anne hicieron una caminata.

    16 de enero de 2022

    A Söhni 🏃, Anne y 440 mĂĄs les gusta.
    1. Söhni 🏃

      This brewery hike takes us through the heart of Bayreuth, past many historic buildings and, of course, breweries. The starting point is the Rotmain Center car park. From there we first walk along Hindenburgstraße and then into the pedestrian zone in downtown Bayreuth. Through the courtyard of the tax office, the path branches off to the left to the castle church, which is well worth seeing.Via La Spezia-Platz and Opernstraße we get back to the pedestrian zone, where we turn left into Richard-Wagner-Straße. At Haus Wahnfried we then go into the courtyard garden, where we keep right in the direction of the New Palace. In front of the castle, turn left in the direction of the Stadthalle car park. The Lang bakery, which turns into a brewery several times a year, is also located at this parking lot.Continue along Friedrichstraße to the Rohrensee animal park. Here the path goes along the right bank of the lake to the end of the lake. There it goes under the old stone bridge and behind it immediately up to the right. A long footpath and cycle path takes us to the Becher and Glenk breweries. At the idyllic Mistelbach we now go to the Kulmbacher Straße, into which we turn left. The conclusion of this tour is the two large Bayreuth breweries and the opportunity to visit Maisel's brewery & cooperage museum or the catacombs of the Aktien brewery.
      ©Bierland Upper Franconia

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      • 16 de enero de 2022

  3. Söhni 🏃 hizo una caminata.

    15 de enero de 2022

    18,0 km
    5,8 km/h
    370 m
    370 m
    A Söhni 🏃, Hardy NH y 431 mĂĄs les gusta.
    1. Söhni 🏃

      Let's start at Kronach train station. You step out of the station building and walk straight into the street. First you cross the little river "Haßlach" and shortly afterwards the "Kronach". On the banks of the Kronach you will come across the "Frankenweg" sign, which you will follow from now on.
      It goes right along the river to the grounds of the State Horticultural Show of 2002, which you cross and then leave at a skater park in the direction of Fröschbrunn. You continue past the "Fröschbrunna" inn with its summer toboggan run and then steadily uphill into the forest to the Lucas-Cranach-Turm. The tower offers a great view of the surroundings.
      Now the Frankenweg leads a little further up the hill before turning right downhill towards Weißenbrunn. In the village we find the Gampert BrĂ€u and the brewery museum, which can be visited by prior arrangement. The brewery itself does not have its own gastronomy, but you can walk a little further into town to the Gasthof Frankenwald, which has Gampert BrĂ€u beer. Now walk uphill again on the well-known path until Frankenweg branches off to the left to the Lucas-Cranach-Turm. We leave this junction on the left and go straight towards Mostrach (marking: Nordic Walking Route).
      From this small place it goes straight down the mountain to Kronach. We reach federal road 173, turn left a little and then turn right into HammermĂŒhlweg. In the city center we meet the Kaiserhof brewery and the AntlabrĂ€u. From the market place you can make a detour to the Rosenberg Fortress. We leave the old town via Amtsgerichtsstraße and Bamberger Tor and then walk back to the starting point via Schwedenstraße and Bahnhofstraße.
      ©Bierland Upper Franconia

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      • 15 de enero de 2022

  4. Söhni 🏃 hizo una caminata.

    8 de enero de 2022

    1. Söhni 🏃

      Starting point: Martinlamitz hiking car park, KornbergstrasseThe great Kornberg has a height of 827 m. It is a heavily forested, mighty granite ridge. In 1317 he was called Kurnberg, which means mill. The name probably comes from the place MĂŒhlhausen, located at the foot of the mountain. The village no longer exists since the end of the 14th century.
      On the unwooded summit there is a 25 m high observation tower, the Schönburgwarte.
      The defining distinguishing feature is the reconnaissance tower of the Bundeswehr. The tower was built in 1973 and operated from 1976. During the Cold War, this was used to eavesdrop on the military radio communications of the Warsaw Pact land forces. Operated by the telecommunications company 946, stationed in Hof. After the German reunification in 1989 and after the withdrawal of the Soviet troops in 1994, the Bundeswehr saw no more uses for the tower. Since then it has been used by the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits in Erlangen.
      On behalf of the federal government, the state building authority of Bayreuth is now planning to dismantle the Bundeswehr building on Kornberg.
      The hiking trail continues to the Hirschstein ruins. The rock castle Hirschstein lies at an altitude of 744 m above sea level. NN. Hirschstein Castle is one of the oldest in the Fichtel Mountains.
      In 1206 RĂŒdiger and Utzo von Hirzberg zen Herschenstein from the von Hirschberg family owned the castle.
      The castle was first mentioned in documents in 1317 and was finally destroyed.
      In 1361 the von Hirschberg brothers received permission from Burgrave Friedrich von NĂŒrnberg to rebuild the castle stables, but they never did.
      During the Thirty Years' War the ruins served as a refuge for the rural people, these ruins were buried in the 18th century on the orders of the margrave, because it was assumed that there would be gypsies and other “light-shy rabble”.
      The last highlight on the tour are the gypsy stones.
      This is a rock group on the western slope of the Kornberg. The largest block is 9 m long, 4 - 7 m wide, 2 m high and weighs 250 t. The rocking stone is the most interesting of them all; as the name suggests, it can be made to rock with a wooden bolt. It is said to have been a refuge for gypsies during the Thirty Years' War.

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      • 8 de enero de 2022

    1. Söhni 🏃

      The parish and pilgrimage church of the Most Holy Trinity is the landmark of GĂ¶ĂŸweinstein. This monumental church, whose two towers majestically greet the land, together with its pilgrimage forms the religious center of Franconian Switzerland.Thousands of pilgrims come to this place of grace every year to draw new strength and spiritual edification. In addition, the basilica is the destination of many art lovers and tourists. After all, the church, which was built between 1730 and 1739, is one of the most important creations of late Baroque architecture in Franconia and is considered a sacred masterpiece by the great architect Balthasar Neumann, whose palace and church buildings represent a high point of Baroque architecture in Europe.
      There are regular guided tours in the basilica, including an organ concert. In addition, it is worth exploring the "Holy District", the area around the basilica with the following sights:
      Rectory with rectory garden
      Pilgrimage Museum (former sacristan and school house)
      Franciscan monastery with monastery garden
      Franciscan crypt
      Old graveyard
      Mengersdorf epitaph
      Trinity Chapel
      Lourdes grotto
      Monastery Church of St. Maria
      Kreuzberg with Hochkreuz (viewpoint)

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      • 5 de enero de 2022

  5. Söhni 🏃 y Anne hicieron una caminata.

    2 de enero de 2022

    A So, nun aber los, Alex y 455 mĂĄs les gusta.
    1. Söhni 🏃

      The pilgrimage basilica Marienweiher is one of the oldest pilgrimage churches in Germany.Every year around 5,000 people from all over Franconia and parts of the Upper Palatinate make a pilgrimage to the small town of Marienweiher in the Franconian Forest.Historically, Marienweiher is the oldest Marian pilgrimage site in Bavaria - even before Altötting. Marienweiher - the other place of pilgrimage. A spiritual experience in every season of the year, especially during the Christmas season, of course.

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      • 2 de enero de 2022

  6. Söhni 🏃 y Anne hicieron una caminata.

    1 de enero de 2022

    A Kathrin, Sabine Langguth y 452 mĂĄs les gusta.
    1. Söhni 🏃

      At the beginning of the year, a small interim balance sheet and a review of my outdoor activity:
      I have been using this platform for 6 years now. Time to pause a little and try the statistics: 6 years, that's almost 1000 hiking tours with a total of over 15,000 kilometers, which corresponds to an average of 16 km per tour.
      I will complete the one thousandth tour myself in this new year, but I will not publish it, since many Komootler have published walks of a few hundred meters as a tour, which completely dilutes the informative value of this number.
      However, more important to me than numbers are the tours, which I always choose carefully in order to enjoy our beautiful nature and its charm and to provide inspiration to others. Many of my followers deliver highly professional photographic masterpieces with their SLR cameras and the post-processing by Photoshop. I really enjoy watching it and I also enjoy these wonderful shots.
      Those who have followed me for a long time know that for me personally it is primarily more about providing good hiking suggestions. The photos should only whet your appetite for the tour. A good description is important for this, i.e. documentation that I make for myself first and foremost; therefore sometimes a little more photos are included. I cannot and would not like to edit this number of photos. My "professionalism" should primarily be the tours and their documentation themselves! Should I not always succeed in doing this, I ask for forgiveness. Mea culpa, the Latin would say! Many thanks to all of you who appreciate my hikes and reward them with a heart or an expression of opinion! I will continue to try. With this in mind, we look forward to a great outdoor year 2022: "Greetings from God - good on foot!"
      Your son

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      • 1 de enero de 2022

  7. Söhni 🏃 y Anne hicieron una caminata.

    31 de diciembre de 2021

    7,67 km
    4,4 km/h
    210 m
    220 m
    1. Söhni 🏃

      The starting point is the parking lot opposite the church in Wannbach. From there, continue walking into the village until the hiking trail branches off to the right (marking: blue circle). This path leads over the Trubach river and then partly steeply up the mountain towards Hetzelsdorf.
      The hiking trail is crossed by some forest trails, but always leads straight up the mountain. At the top you come to a T-junction, where the path branches off to the left and leads past the cemetery into Hetzelsdorf. In the village, the road goes up the mountain a bit, past the Penning-Zeissler brewery, until the blue circle branches off to the left and leads back into the forest. Now it goes steadily downhill to Unterzaunsbach. When you arrive in town, you have to make a short detour to the right to get to the Meister Brewery. Once there, turn around again and walk out of the village on the Trubachtal-Weg
      After a kilometer, turn right again into Wannbach, where you can shorten a little this time and just walk straight to the church and the starting point.
      ©  Source: Bierland Upper Franconia

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      • 31 de diciembre de 2021

  8. Söhni 🏃 hizo una caminata.

    29 de diciembre de 2021

    A Söhni 🏃, Cori y 410 mĂĄs les gusta.
    1. Söhni 🏃

      Advent, Advent, a little light is burning. Only one? No. In the mountain area of Bamberg, around 20,000 LEDs light up an entire property. There is a video here:

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      • 30 de diciembre de 2021

  9. Söhni 🏃 hizo una caminata.

    29 de diciembre de 2021

    5,54 km
    6,2 km/h
    10 m
    20 m
    A Söhni 🏃, Hazel y 369 mĂĄs les gusta.
    1. Söhni 🏃

      This little beer tour starts at Bamberg train station. From there you walk into Luitpoldstraße and then turn right into Mittelstraße to get to the gardening and hacking museum. Shortly afterwards, the path leads from behind to the FĂ€ssla brewery and then opposite to the Spezial brewery. Now you go down to the Main-Danube Canal, along which the route leads for about 1 km until the stairs on the left lead up to the street "Bleichanger". Shortly afterwards, the hiker reaches the Keesmann brewery and the Mahr's BrĂ€u, from where it goes back to the train station.
      ©  Source: Bierland Upper Franconia

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      • 30 de diciembre de 2021

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