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Bin in der Südpfalz aufgewachsen und nach Stationen im Saarland und den USA nun in Bonn zu Hause. Ich bin oft radfahren🚴♀️, wandere und laufe🏃♀️aber auch gerne. Hierfür gibt es in Bonn und Umgebung jede Menge Gelegenheiten. Bei komoot habe ich viele tolle Anregungen für Touren gefunden.👍
For the last day in the region we have planned a visit to the Himmerod monastery (abteihimmerod.de). It was founded in 1134 by Bernhard von Clairvaux and is - next to Eberbach Monastery in the Rheingau - the first of the two direct foundations of the order saint on German territory. Renovation work is currently taking place, as the abbey is to be expanded into a youth center for the Diocese of Trier. We take a look around the site, which also includes a fishery and a nursery. It has to be a few flowers for the autumnal balcony
From here we start a bike tour, which mainly leads on country roads, but is very easy to ride due to very little traffic. The last few kilometers lead us over the first section of the Eifel-Piger-Radweg (eifel-pilger-radweg.de), whose information boards we only discover at the monastery parking lot
There is so much to discover in this region that we will definitely come back here again, even if it's just for a day trip
28 de agosto de 2021
Today we used our short vacation in Meerfeld for a bike tour and cycled on the Kosmosradweg (gesundland-vulkaneifel.de/radfahren/kosmosradweg) to Daun. The cycle path is divided into two sections, which are intended to give an insight into our solar system, e.g. with the planet path, where one meter of the path corresponds to 500,000 km in the solar system. 💫 The cycle path is approx. 22 km long and runs mainly on asphalt. It also leads along the Kleine Kyll, through woods and meadows, and only short sections through the towns are to be driven on the country road. A nice tour!
After a short tour through Daun we go back, but choose a section of the Maare-Mosel-Radweg (gesundland-vulkaneifel.de/radfahren/maare-mosel-radweg), which also begins in Daun and leads on a disused railway line to the Moselle to Bernkastel-Kues. Shortly after leaving the village, we drive over the viaduct, which you can already see from Daun. After a few kilometers we come to the 560 m long "Großes Schlitzohr" tunnel, which is named after a species of bat that has settled in the tunnel
At the former Schalkenmehren train station, we leave this cycle path to take a look at the Dauner Maare. We ride around the Schalkenmehrener Maar, take a forest path up to the Weinfelder Maar (= "Totenmaar") and then cycle over the Gemünder Maar to the Kosmos cycle path, which we take back to Meerfeld. (The original idea of cycling on the Maare-Mosel cycle path to Pantenburg and then driving back to Meerfeld via the country road via Manderscheid, we had given up, as there is no cycle path on the section and this route is very busy ...)
28 de agosto de 2021
The Manderscheider Burgenstieg is actually almost 7 km long. Since a few weeks ago the flood also caused damage to the course of the Lieser and destroyed one of the bridges, a diversion was set up, which currently extends the castle climb by approx. 3 km. Overall, a very varied route with many great views. Both castles can be visited, although only the visit to the Niederburg is chargeable.
23 de agosto de 2021
- 03:2313,1 km3,8 km/h250 m260 m
After starting at the Kurhaus and crossing the Urft, it goes steadily up in the forest to Wolfgarten. The hiking trail (a small path between the houses in the village) is marked by an archway. Then it's a piece almost parallel to the main road. We turn left, and the path leads through a quiet brook valley down to the Urfttalsperre. (We still walked as far as the suspension bridge, but today we didn't want to go the big round that would have led over the bridge up to Vogelsang Castle and back over the Eifelsteig, Morsbachtal and Modenhübel.) So we turn around at the bridge and walk along the Urft back to Gemünd.
27 de junio de 2021
Inspired by a tour of "Elmi on the way" in November 2020, we were on the road today in the Eifel National Park and are for the most part of the route for the round tour No. 27 "Ruraue" (rureifel-tourismus.de) followed.
The tour starts in Nideggen at the parking lot at the Zülpicher Tor (chargeable!) And first leads through the historic old town. To start the actual hiking trail, you have to cross a busy country road, which was a real challenge today, especially for families with small children. Path no. 27 forks right at a small bridge; we turned left here. Shortly afterwards, the path leads for about 250 m on a narrow path directly along the road before it goes back into the forest. When you turn off at Wingertsweg, you have a nice view of a potential refreshment stop (Gut Kallerbend), which the path will later lead us past. On the map you can see that shortly afterwards there is a shortcut via a meadow path. But we continue on the path and cross the railway line at Zerkall station. Here we discover an information point of the national park (Hürtgenwald-Zerkall, including canoe landing stage), where - as far as I could tell - you could park free of charge, and also have more space to unload bicycles, as cycle paths also start here. The path then runs past a stud farm along the Rur and then crosses it shortly before the Obermaubach reservoir. The route to the reservoir is considered barrier-free, and today there are a lot of cyclists, hikers and walkers on the way ... We continue on the path along the Rur on the other side next to the tracks, which leads us back up into the forest. We pass the climbing rocks ("Hinkelsteine") and other impressive sandstone formations, where in between there are always vantage points with beautiful views. A rock passage was marked in 1918 by the Eifelverein as "Hindenburgtor". Somewhere at km 10 I mistakenly turn off path no.27, which runs almost parallel above it. The trail ends at the end of the stairs. Here it goes back through Nideggen to the parking lot (of course not without picking up something "to go" in the ice cream parlor beforehand).) We were in this region for the first time, but definitely not for the last time ... 😀🥾🚴 ♀️
24 de mayo de 2021
- 02:2542,1 km17,4 km/h300 m300 m
I have done this tour several times in different ways. The route is always varied. Sometimes it goes through the forest🌳, then over fields🌾, and there is always something to discover along the Swist.🙂 The “Iron Man” was a very popular meeting place on today's holiday; you couldn't see the iron stele at all for all the people. That was a problem with all the sights along the way, so I hardly took any photos ...
14 de mayo de 2021
Inspired by yesterday's tour by “Thomas🚶👫👣🚴🏻♂️🌞” we went hiking in the Sahrbach Valley today. We were there a few years ago on the 3D archery course🏹 🎯, but unfortunately only a few “goals” remain along the Sahrbachweg before Binzenbach. We started in Burgsahr on the “Sahrbachweg” towards Kreuzberg, then turned left onto the “Am Entenbach” path and switched to the “Gottfried-Kinkel-Weg” at the top. Over part of the “Römersteig” we then went down to Kirchsahr, where we took the “Sahrbachweg” again for the rest of the way. A varied route that provided good shade in the forest on the tour today and brought relief due to the sometimes strong wind. The paths are well signposted and very well maintained by the association "Freundeskreis Sahrbachtal e.V." (sahrtal-eifel.de) .👍
9 de mayo de 2021
The bike tour on May 1st - spontaneous and unplanned. I started - as usually - at Kottenforst. In the direction of the Jägerhäuschen I had to do a bit of slalom because of the many walkers. It then went through the forest to Adendorf and from there over the orchards and through various Wachtberg districts back to Godesberg. This route has something to offer in every season
1 de mayo de 2021
Today there was another “dream path” on the program: the Schwalberstieg. We parked in Niederfell because the information website for the dream paths indicated that the parking lot at the Linkemühle was not passable. The construction site there has now been largely eliminated and parking is obviously possible again ... The route leads partly through forests🌲🌳and over meadows🌺🌻and allows great views of the Moselle and the Moselle plateau towards the Eifel in several places. Since the path was only accessible in one direction due to the "Corona rules", there were no problems in the narrow and steep places. Everyone was considerate at the viewpoints too. Sehr A very beautiful, varied route, especially at this time of year when everything is starting to bloom.
If I remember correctly, the Schwalberstieg from the Röder Chapel is identical to part of a stage of the Moselsteig, which, however, continues from Niederfell to the other side of the Moselle. We might come back here in the fall
25 de abril de 2021
The walk in the Kottenforst turned out to be longer than planned because the weather was getting better and better. We tried to avoid the main paths, as there were quite a few people on the way, and so we sometimes went over the bridle paths. After photos, it wasn't for me today ... 😇
18 de abril de 2021