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Rheinromantik

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107:38 h

303 mi

43,425 ft

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  • 03:36
    10.2 mi
    2.8 mph
    1,125 ft
    1,100 ft

    With the weather report for the weekend, we wanted to go back to the Rhine instead of the Eifel ...
    Looking at the river and the ships in the rain is almost meditative.
    A lap from Braubach via Lahnstein is almost a classic for us for a smaller lap (and always with the option of returning by train or bus if it pours too thick).

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  • 03:53
    11.3 mi
    2.9 mph
    1,275 ft
    1,275 ft

    Let's do a little afternoon tour to Lahnstein ... (that's the plan)
    so not too long!
    Therefore, first of all, climb the Rheinsteig ...
    then, because it was so beautiful at the top - walk around the climbing passage extensively and then descend to Braubach Nord on other paths.
    Now Rheinsteig back to Lahnstein at the height and straight off …

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  • 03:57
    8.15 mi
    2.1 mph
    1,325 ft
    1,300 ft

    Hello to all friends of Braubach and the Marksburg (the only undestroyed hilltop castle on the Rhine).
    This circular route, which was designed and signposted in the opposite direction by TVB Braubach, is a clear recommendation from us!
    Even if the path runs along a road for a few hundred meters.
    Especially the Hielberstiel, mountain peak near Braubach, offers on …

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  • 02:47
    7.34 mi
    2.6 mph
    1,375 ft
    1,350 ft

    Since we have mastered the Rheinsteig and have just come to love and appreciate the Upper Middle Rhine Valley, we have been drawn to Braubach again and again and almost at all times of the year ... especially since this is one of our favorite RV sites for "Rhine views".Today was a small afternoon round, we choose the ascent …

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  • 04:33
    12.6 mi
    2.8 mph
    2,125 ft
    2,100 ft

    Ooooh ha !!
    So this is what happens when you plan a Taunus tour according to a map without local knowledge and also take paths into account ...
    OK, we like to look for and enjoy tours with less frequentation, in other words: We like to be alone in nature.
    But this loneliness in the Taunus and also the condition …

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  • 03:34
    9.58 mi
    2.7 mph
    1,975 ft
    1,925 ft

    How much spring changes a landscape and thus "actually" known paths ...
    we could already enjoy extensively from Kestert to Osterspai.
    A good reason to continue to or from Braubach.
    And since this Rheinsteig stage to Osterspai would have been a little short, we simply added an ascent and an extra lap over the Landsberg and Gut Marienberg.
    This resulted in a "nice" elevation profile of four successive ascents, one higher than the previous one - successful planning.

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  • 6.37 mi
    -- mph
    1,175 ft
    1,125 ft

    Where is the largest Rhine loop in the world, where is the steepest railway in Germany? You will find the answers in Boppard, the pearl on the Rhine. You will fi nd wonderful views of the “Boppard Hamm”, the largest wine location on the Middle Rhine with 75 hectares. The river changes direction twice in a double S-curve by 180 …

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  • 04:26
    12.4 mi
    2.8 mph
    1,750 ft
    1,825 ft

    Well, there is absolute "highlite" hiking on both sides of the Rhine and both Rheinburgenweg and Rheinsteig have their own peculiarities and beauties ..Last week RBW was announced in the Bacharach area, but now we are drawn back to Braubach for the RS.
    For us actually familiar paths and viewpoints, but it makes a huge difference to experience and …

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  • 03:39
    7.47 mi
    2.0 mph
    1,125 ft
    1,050 ft

    The valley becomes “ever narrower, the rocks more rugged and the area wilder; and this is where the Rhine is most beautiful. "
    This is how the poet and philosopher Friedrich Schlegel wrote it over 200 years ago. Experience pure Rhine romance on the Rheingold Dream Loop. This is how the well-known film director Edgar Reitz saw it when he …

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  • 6.58 mi
    -- mph
    1,350 ft
    1,300 ft

    Breathtaking views of the Rhine Valley and the heights of Hunsrück, Eifel, Taunus and Westerwald can be experienced on a hike over the dream loop Fünfseenblick. Unique in the UNESCO World Heritage Upper Middle Rhine Valley and also unique for the course of the river from the source to the mouth, the dream loop creates the illusion of a lake …

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  • 03:20
    9.09 mi
    2.7 mph
    1,400 ft
    1,300 ft

    "You are happy with a strange expanse
    The ones outside of you
    And yet all you are "
    So writes the poet F.G. Puff and hits our feelings in the core.
    We "part-time travelers" are finally back on the road to "discover new worlds" ...
    As declared romanticists on the Rhine (among others), the Rheinburgenweg and Rheinsteig have left their traces and yearnings on us and so the round tours have been on the planning list for a long time.

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  • 05:30
    15.0 mi
    2.7 mph
    2,100 ft
    1,900 ft

    Why is it so beautiful on the Rhine ..... ??Not a serious question, is it? Anyone who has already visited or hiked the world cultural heritage "Upper Middle Rhine Valley" will hardly ask this question, because the answers in the form of impressions are so numerous that the "answer" tends to fail because one is speechless.Actually, this double …

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  • 04:22
    12.4 mi
    2.8 mph
    2,000 ft
    1,925 ft

    We love the Upper Middle Rhine Valley and the wine towns on the Rhine, but we also love Hunsrück and .. and .. and ..And after the many spectacular views of the Rhine on the Rheinburgenweg, today we felt the need for more forest and meadow landscapes. During our research we came across the Panoramaweg Oberheimbach, which we then …

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  • 03:44
    11.1 mi
    3.0 mph
    600 ft
    1,925 ft

    Hunsrückbahn hiking trail or
    from Emmelshausen, Hunsrück to the Rhine - Part 1
    Hunsrückbahn, flood, Boppard, industrial area, viaduct, Elfenlay, Emmelshausen .... and why actually part 1 ???So, first sort:We love the Hunsrück with its steep path and dream loops and no less the Rhine with its romantic places and castles.
    In addition, there is the clear tourism …

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  • 03:32
    10.6 mi
    3.0 mph
    625 ft
    1,900 ft

    Do you know that ...
    Such a tour without any noticeable major highlights on the route - weather rather "lala"
    So all in all, want to run without expectations ...
    and then ... you are completely thrilled!After the Hunsrück railway tour to Boppard, we had to walk to St. Goar today in (initially) very cloudy weather.
    The start in …

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Collection Stats

  • Tours
    29
  • Distance
    303 mi
  • Duration
    107:38 h
  • Elevation
    43,425 ft

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