Lindbergschachten

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  • Martin Donat

    "Shafts" are, as in the Alps, the alpine pastures, more or less tree-free forest meadows, which were formerly - and partly even today - used as pastureland. In the Bavarian Forest these areas are simply called "meadows", if you come further east, they are called "Schachten". These areas are often in the middle of huge forest areas, but from here you often have a great view. Sometimes you will find here individual trees that could grow unhindered on the otherwise open area and are often ancient and huge. The Lindbergschachten belonged to Glashüttengut Oberzwieselau. There were plans to build a glassworks here. Luckily it did not happen so you can enjoy views and nature here.

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    • March 11, 2018

  • Bayerwald Touren

    After a somewhat sporty ascent, there is suddenly a real ray of light "The Lindbergschachten", to see and amazing at the same time are a lot of blueberry bushes.
    de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schachten

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    • June 11, 2018

  • Bayerwald Touren

    At the information board you can still do a climb (a little uphill) to the Rachel look, otherwise it goes straight after the board in the forest.

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    • June 11, 2018

  • Genusstourer

    This is a patch where I spontaneously want to put my hut. A small, framed by the forest paradise

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    • October 12, 2018

  • Alex

    one of the many shafts in this area. In the sunshine simply dreamlike

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    • November 18, 2018

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Location: Lindberg, Regen, Lower Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany

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