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" Der Sinn des Reisens ist, an ein Ziel zu kommen,
der Sinn des Wanderns, unterwegs zu sein. " (Theodor Heuss)Es gibt wohl keinen Sinnspruch, der meine Motivation zum Wandern besser beschreiben könnte...Wandern ist für mich optimal, um im Kontakt mit der Natur zu sein, den Weg zu mir selbst zu finden und Gelegenheit zum Durchatmen zu haben – fernab von Stadtrummel und High-Tech-Gesellschaft.
Ein Marsch an der frischen Luft ist eine wunderbare Möglichkeit, um abzuschalten. Die Ruhe dient der Entspannung und steigert zugleich mein Wohlbefinden.Wenn ich eine schöne Tour erleben durfte, versuche ich durch Hinzufügen einer möglichst ausführlichen Tourenbeschreibung und aussagekräftiger Fotos meine Begeisterung an andere Wanderfreunde weiterzugeben.
Wenn dies jemanden gefällt - und sollte ich hierdurch auch Andere zum Wandern einer Tour in unserer schönen Natur inspirieren - dann freut mich das sehr!Keep on Hiking!!! ʕ•͡ᴥ•ʔ
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rheinsteig.de/rheinsteigVery varied stage with forest, meadows, vineyards, fields and small towns. Several, not too long, but sometimes crisp climbs.Before the actual hike, treat yourself to a stroll through the old town of Linz. Many colorful half-timbered houses, Linz Castle, the historic town hall (one of the oldest in Rhineland-Palatinate) and the historic St. Martin Church are worth seeing. The old church (open in the afternoons during the season) is gradually being restored by a very committed support association. Among other things, traveling paintings from the 13th century can be seen here.
Today's tour ends in Bad Hönningen. The bathing and wine resort Bad Hönningen is proud of its sunny vineyards and the healing water of its thermal springs. The spa town of Bad Breisig is on the left side of the Rhine.From Linz's market square, climb to the left of the historic town hall to the St. Martin church. The churchyard, which is now called Tilmann-Joel-Park, still has tombstones from five centuries. The ascent to the 174-meter-high Kaiserberg can now be tackled, where the Kaiserberg Stadium is located. From the summit cross you have a wonderful view of the Rhine valley, the mouth of the Ahr and up to the Erpeler Ley.
In serpentines it now goes down into the valley and over there again up to Dattenberg to the sports field, which you partially encircle. In the small wooded area that follows, there is a lounger on the roadside that invites you to rest and from where you can look back over the Rhine to Erpeler Ley. After the village has been crossed, a steep meadow path leads downhill. A few meters above the Rhine you follow a narrow path, which again and again reveals the view of the Rhine, parallel to the slope of the river upstream to the outskirts of Leubsdorf. After a short ascent, a shady path finally leads around the Giersberg at the same height to the village of Leubsdorf. A romantic wine village with the "White Church on the Rhine".
Now it goes on towards Ariendorf. The ascent towards Ariendorf begins at the “Alte Mühle”. The short, steep ascent leads to an open meadow and pasture area, which always allows wide views. Before the descent to Ariendorf, a district of Bad Hönningen, a nice rest area with a forest lounger was set up. A display board names the distinctive points in the field of vision.
The old chapel on the new village square in Ariendorf was built in 1712. The avenue of old chestnut trees that you now walk through on the way to Arenfels Castle is particularly beautiful. Before we get to the castle, we pass the sheepfold, a half-timbered house that was once built as a cavalier's house. Almost like in a picture book, we soon see Arenfels Castle in the vineyard slope. It is also called "Castle of the Year" because of its 365 windows, 52 doors and twelve towers. The premises can be rented for events. Shortly afterwards, through vineyards, you reach the location of Bad Hönningen. After about 1 km the path branches off towards the train station.
Those who still have enough time can stop off at one of the numerous restaurants or even regenerate their tired bones in the thermal bath.
Hace 5 días
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ich-geh-wandern.de/ruhrsteig-auenland-runde-oefte"... The present circular route leads around the Oefter Bachtal on the south side of the Ruhr between Essen Kettwig, Werden and Heiligenhaus with views of the Ruhr and over the hilly foothills of the Niederbergisches Land.The hike starts at a parking lot on the Ruhrhöhenweg near the Charlottenhof above Essen Kettwig in the direction of Heiligenhaus over the fields past some horse farms to the Oeftebach, further along the stream down into the valley. Then up to Timpen and the historic walls of the Rudolf colliery. Later then follow the A2 past Schloss Oefte, the golf course back to the Charlottenhof and to the parking lot with viewpoints over the Mintarder Ruhrtal with the A52 motorway bridge up to the chimneys of Duisburg on the Rhine. ... "<< Route information >>
- Route length: approx. 10 km
- Ascent: 200m
- about 2-3 hours of pure walking time
- Section on the Ruhrhöhenweg approx. 2 km
- We paid attention to the smallest possible amount of asphalt during the lap. But there are also some muddy paths in some sections.<< Highlights >>
- View of the Ruhr in the direction of Essen Werden via Essen Kettwig over the Mintarder Bridge to Duisburg on the Rhine on the horizon
- View from the Ruhrhöhenweg towards Velbert and Heiligenhaus
- Oefte Castle and adjacent golf course
- Oefte Bachtal
- Colliery ruins of Zeche Rudolf (behind the bars)
- A couple of horse farms
- woods and meadowsDirections / parking:
- At the start / end point of the round there are free public parking spaces on Ruhrhöhenweg
51 ° 20'58.8 "N 6 ° 57'01.8" E
Hace 6 días
- 01:378,66 km5,4 km/h100 m100 m
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This time, too, I did not follow a designated route, but set out from Hösel at random to fill "blank spots" on my map.
In particular, I wanted to take a closer look at the biotope on the Rehtalbach, which I had already seen several times when taking the S6 train just before / after the "Kettwig-Stausee" stop ...
And inevitably one stumbles over and over again on the ever-present Neanderlandsteig ... 😉
9 de mayo de 2021
- 03:0515,7 km5,1 km/h110 m110 m
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My conclusion on this tour:
This is not a designated (circular) hiking trail, but I wanted to combine several interesting spots in Oberhausen into one round ... Unfortunately, I was diverted three times or prevented from continuing because of a major construction site on the Emscher and two further road closures.
Overall, there was a lot to discover on this tour, but I cannot recommend the ROUTE I have chosen (because of the CHAOS ... 😵🤣) for imitation ...
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Parking lot Zum Steigerhaus, 46117 Oberhausen
51 ° 30'13.4 "N 6 ° 52'36.7" EWith the "public transport":
Stop "Oberhausen, Zeche Osterfeld"************************************************** *******On the occasion of the State Horticultural Show in 1999, the OLGA Park was built on the site of the former Osterfeld colliery and coking plant. The extensive area of 26 hectares with its interesting bridge structures, tree harps and industrial flower fields is very popular with visitors as a local recreation area. The OLGA Park is equipped with two large children's playgrounds. There are also various trend sports options available to young visitors. The old Steigerhaus, the winding tower and the former porter's house, all of which are listed buildings, are still reminiscent of the old mining era. The area in the immediate vicinity of the CentrO and Gasometer Oberhausen is used for open-air events and open-air concerts, especially in the summer months. The two main entrances to the park are on Bottroper Strasse and Vestischen Strasse.If you want to get to know the green side of the Ruhr area, the Kaisergarten Oberhausen is the place for you. The approximately 28 hectare park is not far from the Centro and Gasometer and invites you to linger with its large forest and meadow areas. Whether a long walk or a leisurely picnic, in Oberhausen Park you can enjoy the peaceful nature along the Rhine-Herne Canal. In addition, you will find exciting landscaping work from the project "EmscherErlebnis Oberhausen" around the accessible bridge sculpture "Slinky Springs To Fame" - which leads from the Kaisergarten into the New Emschertal.The highlight in the Kaisergarten Oberhausen is the free animal enclosure, in which you can get very close to around 500 native animals from 25 species of mammals and 45 species of birds on 5.5 hectares. In addition to sheep, horses and pigs, the zoo at Oberhausen Castle is also home to a large colony of guinea pigs. You can also pet and feed many animals, there are feeders everywhere in the park. You can also find out interesting facts in our own Nature Experience School, which has suitable offers for every age group.
tiergehege-kaisergarten.de/das-tiergehegeOberhausen Castle and the grounds of the Kaisergarten are directly adjacent to the Rhine-Herne Canal. The canal is part of the northwest German canal network and is 45 kilometers long with a height difference between Duisburg and Herne of 36 meters. The structure was put into operation in 1914 as a connection between the Dortmund-Ems Canal and the Rhine. The Rhine-Herne Canal has been subject to a variety of adjustments for mining and traffic-related reasons over the past 85 years. These interventions shaped the bitter charm of the canal with its technical bank structures made of steel and stone right from the start.
From Oberhausen, the canal follows the straightened Emscher to the south and largely parallel to it.
Nevertheless, the planners and builders left enough idyllic places for green nature, leisure and relaxation on its banks, which the canal in the Oberhausen city area is also adequately presented. The view from the Oberhausen gasometer provides a wonderful overview when the weather is nice and calm.
8 de mayo de 2021
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This small circular route is essentially based on the designated "A7" of the SGV.sgv-wuelfrath-mettmann.de/wanderwege.html
files.sgv-domains.de//downloads/mettmann/a7.pdfThe original start / finish point at the historic fire station was left out, but we added a small loop through the ghost grove ...
(Unfortunately, the start of the tour via Eschenkämpchenweg is missing, the recording is broken off there 👺.)
2 de mayo de 2021
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wanderinstitut.de/premiumwege/rheinland-pfalz/apollinaris-schleife"... The tour combines charming scenic aspects with smaller and larger cultural attractions. Starting at the imposing Apollinarisberg monastery church, it leads to a picturesque forest pond, crosses the open corridor with wide views, touches a small heather area and an old forest cemetery. In between there is even less adventurous passages but the bottom line is that the hiking tour is well composed. ... "Starting point (s):
Apollinaris Church in RemagenArrival by car:
Parking lot below the Apollinari church
(For navigation: 53424 Remagen, "Am Apollinarisberg")
50 ° 34'49.3 "N 7 ° 13'14.1" E
29 de abril de 2021
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<< Lantz’scher Park >>
"... The first mention of a water-protected knight's seat of the Lords of Calcum zu Lohausen dates back to 1235. In 1804, after bankruptcy, they sold the knight's seat and the adjoining Lohauser Hof along with lands to the Düsseldorf colonial trader, city councilor and municipal councilor Heinrich Balthasar Lantz.
After the death of Ludwig Lantz (1885-1969), the city of Düsseldorf bought the entire property in 1972. The servants' houses on Lohauser Dorfstrasse are giving way to modern residential buildings. ... "
wz.de/nrw/duesseldorf/kultur/lantz-scher-park-skulpturenpark-erwacht-zu-neuem-leben_aid-52014153Directions by car (main entrance to the park):
Lohauser Dorfstrasse 54, 40474 Düsseldorf
51 ° 16'22.1 "N 6 ° 44'09.0" E.
27 de abril de 2021
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This little tour is also based on a chance observation. Days before we were driving west on the A524 on the way to Krefeld-Linn. On the right we saw the previously unknown "Rahmer See", which we explored spontaneously.
Much information about the Rahmer See is not to be found on the net, except that it is approx. 48 hectares in size and "offers at best little tourist potential".
There is no designated (circular) hiking trail around the lake, but rather a narrow trail on the west and south side, which is also popular with mountain bikers. From this path, which encloses about 2/3 of the lake, there are some quite nice views of the lake.
Unfortunately, the north and east sides of the lake are not freely accessible, there are private properties and an industrial park that limit access to the lake. All that remains is the path over the asphalt ...Directions: Zur Kaffeehött 26, 47269 Duisburg
51 ° 21'08.0 "N 6 ° 46'34.2" E.
27 de abril de 2021
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The day before we had seen a very large (Merino -?) Flock of sheep in the Styrum Ruhr floodplains while driving on the A3 in a northerly direction. Reason enough to pay a visit to this area (and the sheep 🐏 🐑) and take a casual, unplanned tour ... - with the conclusion that we will definitely take a longer circular route in the Ruhr meadows when the opportunity is right. . 😀
26 de abril de 2021
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www2.duisburg.de/micro2/duisburg_gruen/oasen/seen/102010100000253119.php<< Uettelsheimer See >>
The Uettelsheimer See in Duisburg-Homberg offers the best conditions for a successful day outdoors.
In the water playground, children can let off steam as they please in the water playground.
Those looking for peace and quiet can enjoy the view over the water on the numerous benches and linger there.
And active visitors can use the 7.5 km long circular hiking trail through the natural recreation area and the nearby Rheinaue.<< History of the Uettelsheimer See >>
To the north of the Homberg Park Cemetery, gravel excavation created an area of water for which the then city of Homberg decided to expand it into a recreational area as a subsequent use. The expansion began in 1969 and was continued in several stages according to the status of the gravel and recultivation.
The first design plans for the Uettelsheimer See did not contain any concrete statements about the type and scope of the recreational opportunities. The focus was initially on the preparation of the bank lines and bank reinforcements, the creation of vegetation areas and the construction of paths.
After the regional reform, the construction work was continued by the city of Duisburg and completed in the southern part of the lake at the beginning of the 1980s. With the designation as a leisure and recreation focus in the area development plan, the importance of the recreation area beyond the city district was underlined.
In order to enable playful and sporty recreational use, the water areas were enlarged and play and sunbathing areas were created. Another planning goal for the design of the recreation area was set to create a natural landscape.
At the beginning of the 1990s, a water play area and a weather protection roof with seating and barbecue facilities were built in the southern area of the lake.Directions by car:
Parking lot at Üttelsheimer See, Elisenstraße 30, 47199 Duisburg
51 ° 28'12.1 "N 6 ° 40'14.8" E
25 de abril de 2021