Interesting crossroads with many branches and rest stops.
If you take the time, you can already discover many wooden carved features on the way from the Triefelsblick hut. There are also little things "hidden" throughout the course that you can discover with a little bit of awareness.
June 11, 2019
The stone is slightly inconspicuous between two tree trunks, on the right side of the road, when you come from the parking lot Drei Buchen and passed the refuge. Someone has also carved his name and a car in the stone.According to a geocaching description, the Dreimärker means the following:
In the 13th century, stones began to be processed raw and used as a boundary marker. These stones were usually brought into an elongated shape. The demarcation of the high court districts finally caused the landmark to become the frontier marker. Another factor was the interest of the rural population to clearly mark the streets and commons. Private and shared rights of use should be separated from each other and at the same time protected against infringements. Furthermore, the different municipalities should be separated from each other, which was encouraged by population growth, city foundations and urban development. In the 14th and 15th centuries, the landmark also found its way into the demarcation of sovereignty and legal boundaries. Landmarks were also increasingly set landmarks. If a landmark marks the meeting of not just two, but three districts, this is called a three-star. (Https://coord.info/GC86YAY)
September 23, 2019
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