Sehr empfehlenswerte Strecke über die lieblichen Hügel und Berge der Oberlausitz. Wer immer schon wissen wollte, wo die großstädtische Berliner Spree ihren Ursprung hat ist hier genau richtig.
This year we want to complete the first part of the Oberlausitzer Bergweg. The motivation is great and hopefully the weather will also play along
The second stage began with a very leisurely breakfast with the Henschel family (they have guest rooms) and went over the Kälbersteine and Bieleboh with the observation tower to Neusalza-Spremberg. Here we looked at the riding house which has a very interesting exhibition on the half-timbered houses…
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The path leads from Friedersdorf to Neusalza along the wildly flowing Spree. The rest of the route leads a lot over wide forest paths to the Kottmar with its ski jumps and cross-country skiing trails. In Eibau there was also a delicious Eibauer graduation beer.
Today we traveled to the starting point of our 3 day hike. Eibau on the Oberlausitzer Bergweg can be easily reached by train via Leipzig and Dresden.
The consistently very well signposted path led us for the first 15 km through a gently rolling landscape with delightful views. The big stone with its summit cross was one of many highlights. On the last 10 km, the mountain path lived up to its name and rose significantly to cross the peaks of Weberberg…
Today's stage was marked by rain in all variations and strengths. There was also a cold, violent 💨 and of course the hut on the Hochberg had closed. Despite all the disaster mood, we ran through unique rock formations and small beautiful villages.
Due to the persistent rain, we shortened the route in order to have a little more time in Zittau. The path led us past Eichgraben and the border triangle directly into the city. The many churches and the remarkable Lenten towels are highly recommended.
Hiking Collection by Marika Abbà
Mountain Biking Collection by Dolomiti Paganella
Hiking Collection by S-Bahn Berlin
Hiking Collection by Nadine