The detour to the Korte cliff is definitely not to be missed - probably the best view of Lake Baldeney! 😎📷"... The Korte-Klippe is a lookout point on the Baldeneysee in the Essen district of Heisingen. It is named after the Essen horticultural director Rudolf Korte (1878–1950).
The vantage point is near the Schellenberg hunting lodge on the southern edge of the Schellenberg Forest and north of the largest of the six Ruhr reservoirs, the Baldeneysee, which was built up in 1933. From this point you can see the entire lake from the dam wall to the transition into the Ruhr west of Kupferdreh. In addition, the Essen districts Fischlaken and Heidhausen south of the lake can be seen from there.
The ruins of the Neue Isenburg are located about 600 meters to the west. Below the cliff, where Ruhr sandstone was once mined, the geological hiking trail runs along the Baldeneysee. ... "
November 20, 2020
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