History of the Rehhaldenhütte
About 70 years ago, on the site of today's Rehhaldenhütte, a small hut built in the Kugel carpentry in Plüderhausen was set up to serve as a shelter for the forest workers. For many years this first Rehhaldenhütte was also used as a popular weekend house by foresters, their relatives and friends. As early as 1968 the forestry office made the Rehhaldenhütte available to the Albverein youth of the Plüderhausen local group. District forester Röger and the then steward Karl Walter Ziegler had initiated this.
In 1974 and 1979 it was rebuilt and expanded. In 1976 the hut received running water from its own spring. In 1979 the urgently needed toilets were installed. Despite all these construction measures, the hut remained too small for the rapidly growing local group. In 1990, under the leadership of civil engineer Viktor Hanauer, the lengthy planning for a new, larger hiking home began. Spatial planning and financing options were difficult to reconcile. The demolition of the old hut began on June 1, 1992. The new, stately half-timbered structure was manufactured and installed by the Härer carpentry. Just five weeks after it started
The topping-out ceremony was held for the work. Only woods that are at home in the virgin forest were used to build the house.more: pluederhausen.albverein.eu/geschichtliches-vom-wanderheim-2
August 28, 2020