Mountain Biking Highlight
"It is one of three major mountain dumps in the northwest of Moers, located in the suburb of Repelen on the city limits and the intersection of Kamp-Lintfort on the A57 and A42, compared to the other heaps seen on these sites The pile of coal from the pit Pattberg I / II belonging to the Rheinpreußen mine did not begin until about the beginning of the 1960s and lasted for about 20 years, commonly referred to as the "Pattberg" Named after left-leaning mining pioneer Heinrich Pattberg, they closed their doors in 1993. In addition to smaller factory buildings, only the large crude coal blending hall and adjacent water tower in spherical form have been preserved in 2008. A huge roof solar system was built in 2008 on the site, which today belongs to a recycling yard. consisting of about 11,600 modules on about 10,000 square meters n. In 1997, Ruhrkohle AG handed over the 45-hectare heap to the Regionalverband Ruhr, which did the design and made the mountain accessible. The highest point is 85 meters above sea level and thus about 64 meters above the area. "
January 26, 2016
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