May 1st was just about to tackle another longer hike. We have designed a circuit in and around the Diemeltal that largely follows the forest route. We would like to especially thank Michael Dersch, who gave us a few more tips for the route guidance at Marsberg and then met us himself on his MTB tour…
THANKS to all of you 👏! Uwe12, you are welcome to help yourself on the route, but it is public.
Beaver cyclist, oh yeah the wind was pretty violent in the meantime 🌬.
Schmetz, very happy to help you. No, I did not use public transport, I was brought and picked up. I went 1 1/2 × around the Aabach reservoir…
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The tour is actually relatively uneventful, except for the Wewelsburg you can ride the tour more by bike.
Completely unexpected, since our weather apps no longer announced rain, we were when it suddenly started to grumble above our heads and we were in the middle of the open field, just before Brenken…
Witch-marian, oh yes, I thought so too, the pictures unfortunately cannot reproduce the live picture properly, but if you look closely, all the colors of the rainbow are represented 😍
Did I mention that I find altitude meters totally stupid 😏🙃 at least I notice my thighs and calves quite well 😉
I started this route in Dahl, then to Grundsteinheim, Ebbinghausen, Atteln, Henglarn, Etteln and Schloß Hamborn, then back to Dahl.
As is the case with self-planned routes, not everything…
Thank you dear ones 😊
I still needed the car to get back and forth but also I think the Möhnesee is very, very nice immer I always intended to hike there and I'm glad I did it 😃.
Except for a small piece of about 200m, I was on foot / bike paths. They weren't always great because they always lead directly…
Hehe 🙂 thank you 😊
YES, the Wauzis behaved very well despite the great distraction and were a great short-term highlight for the other visitors, who suddenly only had eyes for the dogs besides Hermann 😄
Oh yes, the weather didn't make it easy for us, from light to heavy rain, thunder and gusts of wind, there was also hail and briefly snow with the sun constantly looking through the clouds 🙃 but our plan was clear and the ground was more than muddy a lot of variety and easy everyone can do 😉
The Diemelsteig, a challenging route with some very, very nice views.
I strayed 2-3 × from the right route and then hit a hook, but thanks to the really very precise signage, I quickly found my way back.
Today I actually ran out of water and since I couldn't find a restaurant or anything like that, I approached…
Inspired by Stevo, I set out today to hike the natural treasures climb.
The Naturschätze Steig actually starts and ends at Waldhaus Durbeke. I started a little further at a P + R parking lot. Direction Kempen around the Ochsenberg, past the Lippe and Prussian Velmerstot, through the Silberbachtal over…
Headed for the Schiedersee, walk along the Emmer that leads alongside and then into the forest. Let the dogs run around properly.
As usual in the nature reserve, nature is left to its own devices and apart from the fact that the bark beetle is up to mischief here and many larger areas have been cut down…
Was not easy, but we did it 😉
This apparently small hiking tour has it all. In addition to many highlights near the Donoper ponds, it also offers some small hiking challenges, such as several crisp climbs and climbing inserts due to dead spruce trees that have fallen over the hiking trails in large numbers (see photo 18). At kilometer…
This round leads to many attractions in the harrow, such as B. to the old railway, along the cliff path, to Bierbaums Nagel, through the Hardehausener game reserve and the urban desert Blankenrode, the lead hollows with the rare Galmeiveilchen ... and of course offers beautiful views everywhere over…
Sooo, the Uplandsteig has now also migrated 🥾 💪
Tomorrow I will write a few lines, enough for today 😉👋
If you are right in the Thuringian Forest when the weather is reasonably good, you can obviously visit the beginning of what is probably the most famous German high-altitude hiking trail and hike it a little bit ... Thought - made.
The Urwaldsteig lives up to its name ...
Forest, forest, forest 🌳🌲🌳🌲
The Urwaldsteig is rustic, rooted, stony, musty, mossy, mystical, gnarled and has an unspeakable amount of vertical meters. The path winds up to the end, sometimes over wide paths or very narrow paths up and down. You are often warned…
🙈🤣 We did a good job. 💪
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