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Etappe 9: Von Wilthen nach Cunewalde – Lausitzer Schlange

Difficult
07:49
17.1 mi
2.2 mph
1,850 ft
1,850 ft
Expert Hiking Tour. Very good fitness required. Mostly accessible paths. Sure-footedness required.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
2.55 mi
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Böhmische Brücke

Hiking Highlight

6.08 mi
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Spreetal im Humboldthain

Hiking Highlight (Segment)

8.32 mi
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Bahnhof Bautzen

Hiking Highlight

15.4 mi
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Berggasthof Czorneboh

Hiking Highlight

17.1 mi
Destination

Waytypes

Mountain Hiking Path: 0.85 mi
Hiking Path: 3.88 mi
Path: 1.98 mi
Footpath: 2.56 mi
Street: 4.95 mi
Road: 2.88 mi

Surfaces

Alpine: 0.31 mi
Natural: 0.78 mi
Unpaved: 4.43 mi
Gravel: 1.09 mi
Paved: 4.10 mi
Asphalt: 5.88 mi
Unknown: 0.51 mi

Weather Forecast

Carola K. planned a hike.

March 12, 2020

Comments

  • Carola K.

    In the semicircle, the Lausitzer snake first winds to the north on the ninth stage, then meanders out of Bautzen to the south. Only two ascents await you today, but the second one is all the more crunchy on Mount Czorneboh. You will also meet the Spree for the first time.Start the day with a short climb and hike past the densely overgrown Mönchswalder Berg. When descending out of the forest, you can already see Obergurig with the inconspicuously winding Spree. At the Old Bohemian Bridge made of natural stone you cross the river, which appears to be very delicate, and follow its shores in the middle of the picturesque, rocky Spree Valley in Humboldthain. Suddenly you are in the middle of Bautzen city center and walk past the train station - a good place to start or end if you do not have enough time for the entire route.You will stroll leisurely across the fields of Upper Lusatia for many kilometers until you are about 15 kilometers behind you. Now it means to give everything, because now it goes high! Fortunately, the mountain inn is waiting for you with a cool drink on the 555-meter-high Czorneboh. Incidentally, the name comes from Sorbian and means "Black God", meaning devil.From now on you can relax because the way to the stage in Cunewalde is only downhill. In the long village you will find only a few guest houses and holiday homes. I therefore recommend that you book in advance and, if necessary, discuss with the accommodation whether they can pick you up from the long-distance hiking trail.

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    • March 23, 2020

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