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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 fĂŒr 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 HinzufĂŒgen einer möglichst ausfĂŒhrlichen Tourenbeschreibung und aussagekrĂ€ftiger Fotos meine Begeisterung an andere Wanderfreunde weiterzugeben.
Wenn dies jemanden gefÀllt - und sollte ich hierdurch auch Andere zum Wandern einer Tour in unserer schönen Natur inspirieren - dann freut mich das sehr!
Keep on Hiking!!! Ê•â€ąÍĄáŽ„â€ąÊ”

Distancia

4.891 km

Tiempo en movimiento

1032:34 h

CronologĂ­a
  1. Peter_H_65 đŸ» hizo una caminata.

    Hace 3 dĂ­as

    02:31
    10,1 km
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    280 m
    A christian, Heidi y 15 mĂĄs les gusta.
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      regio.outdooractive.com/oar-noerdlicher-schwarzwald/de/tour/wanderungen/rundweg-ueber-quellenerlebnispfad-und-wurstberg/3378695/#dmdtab=oax-tab3The circular route leads over the Quellenerlebnispfad into the beautiful Gaistal. It goes back via the HirschwinkelhĂŒtte to the historic monastery district.This beautiful circular route leads from the Bad Herrenalber monastery ruins to the spring adventure path. This leads us past the HĂ€rtwig hut and the Knoll bridge to Zieflensberg and the Obere Gaistal with the Landgasthof Spechtschmiede and Skiheim Talwiese refreshment stops. The way back goes over the HirschwinkelhĂŒtte with barbecue facilities around the Wurstberg back to Bad Herrenalb.Start / finish: Tourist-Info Bad Herrenalb (362 m)Directions
      We start at the Tourist Info Bad Herrenalb, go through the archway into the historic monastery quarter, past the monastery ruins, to the monastery barn. There we follow the signs for the Quellenerlebnispfad (a blue dragonfly), which leads us to the Albtalweg. We follow this with the stations to the end of the spring adventure path in Zieflensberg. You will pass the HĂ€rtwig Hut and the Knoll Bridge with special rock formations. At the end of the path, there is a short uphill section to the left past the Spechtschmiede country inn towards the valley meadow. When we arrive at the ski slope, we turn left towards the HirschwinkelhĂŒtte, the ideal resting place with a barbecue area. From the HirschwinkelhĂŒtte the Schanzweg leads us over the Wurstberg back to the historic monastery district in Bad Herrenalb.
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      Additional information on the "Quellenerlebnispfad":
      badherrenalb.de/de/freizeit/erlebnispfade/quellenerlebnispfad-id_61
      Flyer:
      badherrenalb.de/downloads/?aktuelles=36
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      My personal conclusion on this tour (template):
      It is a very scenic hike to the valley meadow. There is no shortage of views and beautiful photo opportunities on the Alb along the course of the spring adventure path. 👍
      The way back, however - via Talwiesenweg, Hirschwinkel and Schanzenweg - đŸ€„ no, you should either take another path or the bus 116 back to Bad Herrenalb ... Downhill on a forest motorway, only farm road (s), no view, nothing Interesting ... 👎

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      regio.outdooractive.com/oar-noerdlicher-schwarzwald/de/tour/qualitaetswege/qualitaetsweg-wildkatzen-walderlebnis/4222388/#dmdtab=oax-tab3On Germany's first quality trail, "Family Fun", you follow the trail of the wildcat up and down approx. 6 kilometers, often on narrow footpaths and over stepping stones through a small river, past ten interactive stations. There you can find out all sorts of things about this secret inhabitant of our forests.Encountering a real wildcat in the forest is very unlikely these days. The animals are among the last big cats in Europe and are extremely shy. You can only see them with a lot of luck. The wildcat trail provides insights into the habitat and the dangers to which these rare animals are exposed. You are very close to the wildcat on the exciting path. Over hill and dale, through sometimes wild, sometimes tame terrain, you follow the signposted path to ten adventure stations and learn a lot about the wildcat.Start / finish: Skiheim Bad Herrenalb (621 m)
      Directions: hiking car park Talwiese, Gaistal, Talwiese, 76332 Bad Herrenalb
      48 ° 46â€Č01.5 "N 8 ° 26'39.1" E
      Directions
      The path is signposted from the starting point in front of the Upper Gaistal Ski Home. It goes on adventurous forest paths to the Alb crossing and at adventure stations back to the Skiheim Talwiese. Further information and the Wilkatzen forest experience info flyer are available from the Bad Herrenalb Tourist Information Center or at badherrenalb.de/de.
      meehr-erleben.de/lander/schwarzwald-familien-wanderung-auf-dem-wildkatzenpfad/
      outdoorkid.de/wildkatzenpfad-bad-herrenalb-mit-kinder

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  3. Peter_H_65 đŸ» hizo una caminata.

    Hace 5 dĂ­as

    A Sus, JĂŒnni61 y 29 mĂĄs les gusta.
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      regio.outdooractive.com/oar-noerdlicher-schwarzwald/de/tour/wanderungen/kraft-tanken-an-der-aschenhuette/3417945/#dmdtab=oax-tab3An easy hike from Bad Herrenalb along the RotenbĂ€chles to the AschenhĂŒtte and back to Bad Herrenalb.The easy round tour leads past the former Cistercian monastery Herrenalb into the Lower Gaistal. Along the RotenbĂ€chle to the AschenhĂŒtte and via the Predigerweg back to the center of Bad Herrenalb.Start / finish: Tourist-Info Bad Herrenalb (362 m)Directions
      From the tourist information office, we go through the archway into Klosterstrasse, past the monastery church with paradise, in the direction of Klosterscheuer, then left to SĂ€gwasenplatz.
      We turn right across the square into Gaistalstrasse. We follow it until the "Weg zum RotenbÀchle" branches off on the left.
      We first follow this on the driveway. Then we follow the forest road into the Rotenbachtal.
      After about 3 km we turn right, a stone bridge leads us over the Rotenbach. At the next possibility, we turn left onto the road in the direction of the AschenhĂŒtte holiday home.On the road we hike down into the Lower Gaistal. After the former Gasthaus Linde, turn left of the road on the Predigerweg (footpath) back through the historic center of Bad Herrenalb to the starting point.+++ +++ +++ +++ +++ +++ +++ +++ +++Note on this tour:
      The title of this round trip alone seems a bit misleading: An "ash hut" in the sense of a hiking hut or a weather protection on the way does not actually exist ...
      However, there is a nice and well-kept rest area there (under the open sky đŸŒ€)! 😃

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      • Hace 5 dĂ­as

  4. A JĂŒnni61, Hatti y 22 mĂĄs les gusta.
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      karlsruhe.de/b3/freizeit/zoo/tiere_erleben/tiererlebniswelten/oberwald.de"... The Oberwald zoo was created as part of the preparations for the Federal Horticultural Show that will take place in 1967. Space was needed in the zoological city garden, which is why some animals were relocated to large enclosures in the Oberwald in 1965.In the middle of the forest live animals that get along well with our climate: European elk, chamois, red deer antelopes, trample, Mesopotamian fallow deer, Asian donkey, Persian goitered gazelle, Przewalski's horse, Vietnamese sika deer, tawny owl and bison.The enclosures are several thousand square meters in size and left in their natural state. In this way, visitors can get an idea of how the animals live in the wild.The Oberwald zoo is about one kilometer as the crow flies south-east of the Karlsruhe Zoo and the quickest way to get there is via the main south entrance (main station). The Oberwald is also a popular local recreation area that is used for jogging, barbecuing and walking. Dogs can be kept on a leash there. ... "+++ +++ +++ +++ +++ +++ +++ +++ +++
      My journey by public transport 🚋:
      Karlsruhe, stop "Dammerstock" (tram)

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      • Hace 6 dĂ­as

  5. Peter_H_65 đŸ» hizo una caminata.

    12 de septiembre de 2021

    A Hatti, JW y 16 mĂĄs les gusta.
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      wanderinstitut.de/premiumwege/rheinland-pfalz/breisiger-laendchen
      Attention: On the way you have to pass a narrow revolving door that cannot be bypassed. Not suitable for larger dogs!
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      Starting from the Rhine, the tour leads a little way into the hinterland. Mainly on dirt and grass paths, it goes through varied forests and open fields. There are multiple prospects, refreshments are provided for your physical well-being: on the way in a former estate and at your destination in Bad Breisig.
      Starting point (s): Roman thermal baths in Bad Breisig
      Arriving by car: P&R parking lot at the train station (For navigation: 53498 Bad Breisig, Brunnenstraße)
      romantischer-rhein.de/a-breisiger-laendchen
      bad-breisig.de/Tourismus/Wandern/Wanderwege/Breisiger-Laendchen-RheinBurgenWeg-Rundtour
      The circular route starts at the Römer-Thermen and goes over the Lieshöhe to Gönnersdorf and from there to Waldorf and back to the starting point via the popular hiking area of Mönchsheide. A nice insight into the area of the "Breisiger LÀndchen"
      outdooractive.com/de/route/wanderung/romantischer-rhein/premiumrundweg-bad-breisig-breisiger-laendchen/8625712
      Directions
      First it goes behind the Römer-Thermen in the direction of the train station. At the Römer-Thermen tennis court parking lot, you go into the forest. After a short time the FichtelhĂŒtte is reached. There is a great view of the "Golden Mile". A flat landscape between Bad Breisig and Remagen. It got its name from the fertile soil. When the weather is good, the Siebengebirge with the Drachenfels can be seen in the background. In the foreground, Arenfels Castle attracts the eyes of hikers. The medieval castle was converted into a neo-Gothic castle in the 19th century by Zwirner, a cathedral builder.
      Now it's uphill, the Friedwald is crossed. Good observers might notice the small number plaques on the trees. The Lieshöhe plateau is now in front of the hikers. The area was covered by loess during the Ice Ages, from which fertile soil was created.Although a height of approx. 200 meters has now been reached, numerous rounded stones testify to the activity of the Rhine, which once flowed at this height. The plateau is crossed and it goes past numerous orchards.On the other side it goes down towards Gönnersdorf. During the descent, the medieval ruins of OlbrĂŒck Castle are on the horizon.Now it goes through meadows and pastures on to Waldorf. The valley was cut into the landscape by the Vinxtbach. The brook used to be an important border between Germania Superior and Inferior for the Romans and later between the Archdiocese of Cologne and Trier. Because of the barrier, even the language in the two areas had developed a little differently.About 1km from Waldorf the path now turns towards Wallers. Waldorf is a village with many beautiful half-timbered houses.It now goes over forests and fields through the characteristic landscape of the Breisiger LĂ€ndchen. Soon it goes through a small revolving gate (currently still very narrow, passage e.g. not possible for larger dogs) into a small game enclosure in which deer can be observed if you keep calm. It goes downhill. After crossing the road, the hiking trail runs through the Heiligental to Mönchsheide, which got its name from the management of monks from the Marienstatt monastery in the Westerwald. At the small airport you can see many gliders on the weekends that are pulled up by a winch. The manor is a great place to stop for refreshments. Now the last kilometers are ahead. Shortly before the descent, a Celtic settlement is hiked through. There are again great views of the Rhine Valley, Arenfels Castle, Rheineck Castle and Hammerstein Castle is visible in the south. Bad Breisig will be reached shortly.

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      • 13 de septiembre de 2021

  6. Peter_H_65 đŸ» hizo una caminata.

    11 de septiembre de 2021

    03:17
    16,6 km
    5,1 km/h
    300 m
    290 m
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      grenzrouten.eu/routen/6vallis/index.htmlWanderkarte:
      grenzrouten.eu/pdf/Route_6.pdf
      BroschĂŒre:
      grenzrouten.eu/pdf/6_-_Vallis.pdf
      Die Route verlĂ€uft durch Vaals und das grĂŒne Umland des Ortes und bietet einen spannungsreichen Landschaftswechsel.Der Streckenverlauf beinhaltet leichte und mittelschwere Auf- und Abstiege. Die Wegstrecke ist in beide Richtungen markiert (den Grenzroutenzeichen folgen). Neben asphaltierten Passagen fĂŒhrt die Route ĂŒber naturbelassene Wege und Pfade.Anfahrt und Start/Ziel:
      Bus (D): 25, 33, Halt „Vaals Busstation“
      Im Zentrum von Vaals, genauer am "von Clermontplein", startet die Wanderung mit einigen stadtgeschichtlichen Stationen. Am Startort befindet sich heute der Sitz der Gemeindeverwaltung von Vaals. In den barocken GebĂ€uden befand sich frĂŒher das Stadtpalais sowie die Fabrik des ehemaligen Textilfabrikanten Johann Arnold von Clermont, nach dem der Platz bis heute benannt ist.

      Die Vaalser Kirchen zeugen von frĂŒhen grenzĂŒberschreitenden EinflĂŒssen im niederlĂ€ndisch-belgischen Grenzraum. In der Reformationszeit kamen viele protestantische Belgier nach Vaals. Den Protestanten in Belgien war die AusĂŒbung ihrer Religion verboten. In Vaals dagegen siedelte sich eine ganze Reihe von Glaubensgemeinschaften an. Ein Saal im GebĂ€ude „Verves” (von Clermontplein 34) diente von ca. 1600 bis 1800 als Kirche fĂŒr Mennoniten. Auch das heutige Museum „Kopermolen“ war ursprĂŒnglich ein evangelisch-lutherisches Kirchhaus.

      Kulturhistorisch bietet das Kleng Wach an der deutsch-niederlĂ€ndischen Grenze interessante Angebote. Das ehemalige GrenzhĂ€uschen wurde zwischen 1880 und 1900 errichtet. Es diente bis zum Jahr 1972 als ZollĂŒbergang fĂŒr FußgĂ€nger, war aber wĂ€hrend der Kriege meist geschlossen. Heute beherbergt es das kleinste und höchst gelegene Museum der Niederlande, welches sich vor allem mit der Geschichte der Schmuggler beschĂ€ftigt. Vor der Westseite befindet sich ein aus Blaustein gefertigter Adlerstein.

      Hinter dem Kleng Wach ĂŒberquert die Route die Grenze und folgt dem Naturerlebnispfad entlang des Inneren Landgrabens, um schließlich auf steilem Weg den Vaalser Berg zu erklimmen. Oben angekommen findet sich ein weiterer Adlerstein und man trifft auf den Äußeren Landgraben, der bis zum DreilĂ€nderpunkt gut erhalten ist.

      Bei Letztgenanntem laufen die Grenzen der Niederlande, Belgiens und Deutschlands in einem Punkt zusammen. Mit etwa 800.000 Besuchern jĂ€hrlich ist der Ort zu einer Attraktion fĂŒr Touristen geworden. Gleichzeitig mit 322,5 Metern ĂŒber Meereshöhe der höchste Punkt der Niederlande, steht der DreilĂ€nderpunkt auch fĂŒr die historisch gewachsenen Gemeinsamkeiten und Verbindungen zwischen den Bewohnern der DreilĂ€nderregion.

      Die Route orientiert sich ab dem DreilĂ€nderpunkt zunĂ€chst an der belgisch-niederlĂ€ndischen Grenze. Auf dem Schimperbosch finden sich Reste eines im ersten Weltkrieg von deutschen Soldaten errichteten Elektrozauns. Ziel war es, das eroberte Belgien von den neutralen Niederlanden zu trennen. Im deutschen Generalgouvernement in BrĂŒssel hoffte man, so die Flucht von Soldaten sowie die Schmuggel- und SpionagetĂ€tigkeit entscheidend eindĂ€mmen zu können. Er forderte vor allem unter der ahnungslosen Zivilbevölkerung etliche Todesopfer, fĂŒr die in der NĂ€he von Sippenaeken 1962 ein Gedenkstein errichtet wurde.
      Im weiteren Verlauf fĂŒhrt die Grenzroute durch das Malensbosch, dem grĂ¶ĂŸten, zusammenhĂ€ngenden Waldgebiet der Niederlande bis zum Kasteel Lemiers. Seit dem 12. Jahrhundert befindet sich dieser Edelsitz, dessen LĂ€ndereien sich ĂŒber deutsches und niederlĂ€ndisches Gebiet erstrecken, unmittelbar an der heutigen deutsch-niederlĂ€ndischen Grenze. Von der ursprĂŒnglichen Wasserburg stammen Keller und einzelne Fundamente. Zu Anfang des 16. Jahrhunderts baute man die Anlage in Form eines Herrenhauses mit Vorburg im Stil der SpĂ€trenaissance wieder auf. Eine doppelte steinerne BogenbrĂŒcke fĂŒhrt ĂŒber den Wassergraben zu einem Tor, das von zwei vasengekrönten Pfeilern eingefasst ist, und weiter in den von mĂ€chtigen, alten BĂ€umen bestandenen Garten. Heute ist das Kasteel in Privatbesitz.

      Unweit des Kasteel Lemiers trifft die Route auf die Catharina-Kappelle Lemiers. Die vermutlich aus dem 11. Jahrhundert stammende Kapelle in Oud-Lemiers gehört zu den Ă€ltesten Bauwerken ihrer Art in den Niederlanden. Erbaut wurde sie mit Materialien aus dem Umland, darunter Sandstein. Die Kapelle hat die Form einer kleinen rechteckigen Saalkirche mit schmalerem, rechtwinkligen Chor. Sie ist das einzig erhaltene Beispiel einer vorromanischen Kirchenform in der Provinz Limburg. 1978 hat der niederlĂ€ndische KĂŒnstler Hans Truijen (1928-2005) den Innenraum als Gesamtkunstwerk mit religiösen Motiven im COBRA-Stil gestaltet.

      An der Kapelle steht ein Adlerstein des Aachener Reiches, den die findigen NiederlĂ€ndisch-Lemierser in den 1940er Jahren angespĂŒlt im Senserbach gefunden hatten und ihn auf ihre Seite der Landesgrenze „retteten“. Durch Acker- und Wiesenlandschaften geht es von Lemiers zurĂŒck nach Vaals, vorbei am Kasteel Bloemendaal: Dieses prĂ€chtige frĂŒhklassizistische Bauwerk hat Johann Arnold von Clermont in seinen letzten Lebensjahren errichtet.

      • 13 de septiembre de 2021

  7. Peter_H_65 đŸ» hizo una caminata.

    9 de septiembre de 2021

    A slueart, christian y 58 mĂĄs les gusta.
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      ich-geh-wandern.de/in-den-taelern-von-purder-bach-und-grosser-dhuenn"... We start between Neuenholte and Elbertzhagen, two residential areas in the castle town of HĂŒckeswagen in the Bergisches Land. We walk against the clock, ie we go south into the large forest area of Mul. Here we roughly follow the Purder Bach for a number of kilometers its confluence with the Great DhĂŒnn.To reach the Purder Bach, we first have to follow the Mohlsbach for a while. It flows towards the Purder Bach, which now shows us the way to Purd. In Purd, the well-kept Purder mill catches the eye. Below Purd, the Purder Bach leaves the HĂŒckeswagen area and then forms the border between Wermelskirchen and WipperfĂŒrth.Following the road we cross the Purder Bach and then turn right onto a farm road, from which we turn right after about 1.5 kilometers with the Wasserquintett-Wanderweg and cross the Große DhĂŒnn on a footbridge, which is the longest tributary at 40 kilometers the Wupper is. When we arrive at the Große DhĂŒnn, we first change the bank and then keep left to Untermausbach and on to Erlen, where we have to cross the federal road B 506.The next stopover is Wipperfeld. We see the St. Clemens Church, the current construction of which dates from the 1890s. Around the church there is a small cemetery, the oldest tombstones of which date from the 16th century. In Wipperfeld we have reached the southern apex of the hike.Via GrĂŒterich, Schniffelshöh and Kaplansherweg we come back to the Großer DhĂŒnn. Admittedly, it is anything but great here, because we are practically a kilometer or two below the source. We hike on to Isenburg and the Domblick rest area. Resourceful contemporaries have set up a "viewfinder" that indicates in which direction the Cologne cathedral towers, 33 kilometers away, can be seen when visibility is good. The table and benches right next to it invite you to have a picnic. Then go right back to the starting point at the intersection. ... "Directions by car:
      Neuenholte 8, 42499 HĂŒckeswagen
      51 ° 07'33.4 "N 7 ° 19'53.4" E

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      • 9 de septiembre de 2021

  8. Peter_H_65 đŸ» hizo una caminata.

    7 de septiembre de 2021

    A JĂŒnni61, Sus y 40 mĂĄs les gusta.
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      heimatverein-salchendorf.de/Wandern/Salchendorfer-BergmannspfadThe Salchendorfer Bergmannspfad is an educational and adventure trail that gives interested hikers a clear understanding of the Salchendorfer mining history over a distance of almost 8 kilometers. The path is currently still being developed and is constantly being optimized. For the most part, it runs over well-developed forest and hiking trails, in smaller sections over narrow forest and meadow paths. You will find the start and finish at the Wodanstolln visitor mine, where parking is also possible.During the hike you will be taken to various locations where mining, ore smelting and processing took place many years ago. The traces of this are still clearly visible today at the waypoints. At these waypoints, red-framed QR codes can be found, which after scanning lead directly to a detailed explanation of the location. At the end of the hike you will learn about various iron stone mining techniques, transport techniques and smelting methods to make pig iron. We hope you enjoy hiking and experiencing our miner's path.+++ +++ +++ +++ +++ +++ +++ +++ +++ +++ +++ich-geh-wandern.de/rundweg-in-neunkirchen-salchendorf-bergmannsweg-8-kmOn the Bergmannspfad in Salchendorf ...
      .... It's about 8.1 km in Salchendorf (Neunkirchen / Siegerland) on varied terrain (only estimated 1/3 asphalt, 1/3 wide paths, 1/3 paths) from the hiking car park at the Salchendorf visitor mine to the 499 m high Hauberg / Pfannenberg. Some large-format information boards report on mining in the past. The Heimatverein Salchendorf has well signposted the beautiful route. There are also historical showpieces as well as the 104 steps (about 20 m) high observation tower on the Pfannenberg. First from Arbachstraße down the valley past a "pit dog" (lore) and a rope wheel. A few meters along "Kölner Straße" (main street), then go right once behind the houses ("Mittelstraße"). Once you are on the “Wolfsberg” path, it goes up to the Pfannenberg.
      The further path is very well marked with yellow signs with black mine signs. In some cases there is also a note "Mine circular route" or a painted mine sign for orientation. Shortly before the height, the path passes an accessible spring with seating. At the "exit" there are various objects to be seen, including a pit entrance. This can be reached by taking an approx. 100 m short forest meadow path (sign with an arrow in a semicircle). Back to the finish. Past the SchĂŒtzenhaus, SchĂ€fer SIS company - here, as the signpost indicates, straight on over the asphalt path to the main road. Cross this and hike right down into Arbachstraße to the starting point.If the route is too short for you, you can also start from the SchrĂ€nke (height at Eisern / Eiserfeld / Salchendorf) and take the "=" 1.9 km long path to Pfannenberg as a starting route and hike this as the return route after "circumnavigating". This adds up to around 12 km.Directions by car:
      Parking lot at the "Waldhaus SchrÀnke"
      Waldhaus cupboards 1, 57080 Siegen
      50 ° 49'10.8 "N 8 ° 01'34.3" E
      Additional documents and information:
      docplayer.org/204927359-Start-am-bergmannshaeuschen.html
      docplayer.org/216255954-Der-salchendorfer-bergmannspfad.html

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      • 7 de septiembre de 2021

  9. Peter_H_65 đŸ» hizo una caminata.

    6 de septiembre de 2021

    A Sus, christian y 13 mĂĄs les gusta.
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      jochumhof.nl/botanischer-garten"... The botanical garden has a long history. The oldest parts of the garden date from 1799, when a mansion was located at what is now the botanical garden. In 1933 the enthusiast Father Peter Jochum started a botanical garden to support biology classes at the monastery Missionaries brought plant seeds from all over the world to Steyl for the garden of Father Jochum. Various parts of the garden still date from this time. Where Father Jochum started with seeds, there are now huge trees, as well as the sequoia, with its very soft In the following periods the garden was expanded with a herb garden, a Mediterranean greenhouse and a garden where you will recognize the typical features of the North Limburg landscape.In 1971 the work of Father Jochum was taken over by an association. The garden was named after him, Father Jochum. In 1973 the herb garden and the garden for the North Limburg landscape were laid out. The Tigliengarten followed in 1978. To this day, the Jochumhof Botanical Garden Association, with a large group of volunteers from the area, takes care of the different parts of the garden. ... "entry
      The entrance fee for the garden is: € 3.00
      Thereby you support the future and the maintenance of the botanical garden.
      Directions by car:
      Maashoek 2-B, 5935 BJ Steyl

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      • 6 de septiembre de 2021

  10. Peter_H_65 đŸ» hizo una caminata.

    23 de agosto de 2021

    A Hatti, MajaM y 24 mĂĄs les gusta.
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      Start finish:
      - Venray, Station, 5807 AD Oostrum, The Netherlands
      - P + R Venray, Stationsweg 213, 5807 AD Oostrum, The Netherlands; 51 ° 31'37.7 "N 6 ° 00'47.8" E
      Landgoed Geijsteren is a relatively little-visited circular route near Heythuysen, Limburg province, Netherlands. It leads through beautiful forest, past wonderful viewpoints and there are often wild animals to be seen. Due to the incline and distance, the route is suitable for all levels of ability. Here you can go for a walk or go on an excursion into nature. The route is accessible all year round. Dogs are allowed, but must be kept on a leash.Boschhuizerbergen, also known as Boshuizerbergen, is a Natura 2000 area (classification: higher sandy soils, number 144) in the Dutch provinces of North Brabant and Limburg, northeast of the city of Venray between the Venlo-Nijmegen railway line and Landgoed Geijsteren. It is a quicksand area where pine forests were planted on a large scale in the 19th century.The area of the Natura 2000 area is 278 hectares. It is managed by Het Limburgs Landschap.The area consists mainly of pine forests with a beautiful core of juniper thicket and some closed drifting sand corners. On the northeast side, in a low-lying zone, there are some swampy meadows and wooded forests. In the adjacent Smakterbroek, some former fields belong to the property.

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      • 23 de agosto de 2021

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