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Etappe 9: Von Lorch nach Miedelsbach – RemstalWeg

Difficult
06:18
13.9 mi
2.2 mph
1,475 ft
1,675 ft
Expert Hiking Tour. Very good fitness required. Mostly accessible paths. Sure-footedness required.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
0.37 mi
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Limesturm

Hiking Highlight

9.29 mi
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Rastbank

Hiking Highlight

10.9 mi
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Blick ins Remstal

Hiking Highlight

13.7 mi
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13.9 mi
Destination

Waytypes

Mountain Hiking Path: 0.30 mi
Hiking Path: 0.81 mi
Path: 10.6 mi
Footpath: 415 yd
Street: 0.98 mi
Road: 1.01 mi

Surfaces

Natural: 0.51 mi
Unpaved: 7.65 mi
Gravel: 0.85 mi
Paved: 2.35 mi
Asphalt: 2.33 mi
Unknown: 415 yd

Weather Forecast

Vanessa Kopp planned a hike.

April 20, 2020

Comments

  • Vanessa Kopp

    Lorch was built on the site of a former Roman fort on the so-called "Limesknie". The Upper German and Raetian Limes once met nearby. This is how the ninth stage starts on the RemstalWeg from Lorch to Miedelsbach on the former course of the border - you can still clearly see the wall.The path leads you up and down, through the forest and past beautiful viewpoints into the Rems Valley. You walk past Plüderhausen and Urbach, known for its lush orchards. Again and again you have great views of the valley. You will soon pass the mountain slide at the Kirchsteig. In 2001, the site sagged up to 17 meters over a length of 240 meters. You can find out more about it on information boards. If you have time, you can make a detour on the three-kilometer mountain slide circuit.You will soon have reached today's stage goal Miedelsbach. You can let your gaze wander from the observation tower before you descend into the village. The best way to get from Miedelsbach to Schorndorf is by train in ten minutes. There you have a good selection of accommodation and restaurants. At the end of the day, you can stroll through the picturesque alleys of Daimlerstadt with their half-timbered houses or maybe visit the house where Gottlieb Daimler was born.

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    • April 25, 2020

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