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Klaus aus Lemgo

Die Hohensteinklippen

Die Hohensteinklippen

02:07
4.36 mi
2.1 mph
725 ft
725 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
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der Bärlauch blüht
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Erste Rast
Die Geschichte vom Baxmann
Bärlauch wohin das Auge blickt
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Hier würd ich gern Drohne fliegen
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Blutbach an der Baumann Baude
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der Oberindianer
erster Blick von den Klippen herab
grandiose Aussicht
herrliche Bäume mit Moos bewachsen
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Rast an der Baumann Baude
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gelbe Pflanze am Fels
Jede Menge Leute hier
Zugang zum Naturwald
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Der Riesenlebensbaum
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0.60 mi
2.51 mi
2.75 mi
2.87 mi
Eindruck des Treppenweges
2.88 mi
3.64 mi
3.82 mi
4.09 mi
4.36 mi
Destination

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Klaus aus Lemgo went for a hike.

May 3, 2020

Comments

  • Klaus aus Lemgo

    Dear people. I had a few difficulties with the technology, the pictures didn't want to come to the tour so easily. Now they are in the right place with the help of the pin and yet all of them are shown in front of each other at 0 meters from the start. I find that stupid.But for the hike on the Hohenstein itself: I am currently discovering the Süntel. This is part of the Weser mountain region and about three times the size of the Lemgo city forest. So many ways to hike. We wanted to climb the Hohenstein cliffs driven by hearsay. Not a big problem for you. For me it was quite exhausting.We started from the Baxmann Baude car park. Little anecdote: Dr. Google suggested we drive across the Süntel. The road was getting worse, scottish and uneven. And then, after 1659 km, a sign saying "private road - no passage". So everything back. So be it. 😀
    Back to the Baxmann hut. You can read the legend on the photo or at baxmann.de. The website even offers some facts about the historical person and the truth of the saga.
    Then the climb started. Either straight up over the stairs or the serpentine path. It is longer but not as steep overall. In between the wild garlic bloomed as far as I could see. It smelled fantastic.Once at the top a great view. Attention: Please hold children VERY WELL and keep an eye on them. Some people sat on the cliffs at the front and let their feet dangle over the 100 m deep steep slope. Insane.You can also meet mountaineers here. One had a fatal accident last year. A photo memorial testifies to this. Further south there is a place with a memorial stone to a child who crashed here. Please be respectful of the mountain and not reckless.The descent was then made relatively quickly. Get on your knees so sticks are not a bad idea. We were pleased that we are now the ones who offer the hikers a happy "hello". 😉Conclusion: bring time up there, I could spend hours here like the old Germanic people before us. It was windy in May, so take your jacket with you. I would hate to do the maloche up the mountain again. But maybe from the other side, go the ridge path.If we want to hike together, have a look here at the invitations. Find something, heart it and then we will find an appointment: komoot.de/collection/927528/-wander-einladungen

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    • May 5, 2020

  • Klaus aus Lemgo

    Oh so: unfortunately no drone flight area due to nature reserve

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    • May 5, 2020

  • Silke

    Written great. I am glad that you like my home so much. Have fun on the legendary trails in Süntel and Deister ...

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    • May 9, 2020

  • Klaus aus Lemgo

    Hello Silke. Thank you very much. If you have any tips, I would be happy to include them in your schedule.

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    • May 9, 2020

  • Bücherfee mit 👑chen

    Captured very nicely om! And written informative and entertaining 😉

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    • May 11, 2020

  • Klaus aus Lemgo

    Dear Book Fairy. I thank you 😊

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    • May 11, 2020

  • Schieder-Karl 58

    I don't really know Süntel and Deister, just riding my road bike. When hiking, you can of course see much more than from the street, which was also an incentive for me to buy an E-MTB, because I get along every way. Hiking, of course, has its own charms of slowness and intensity and I've hiked a lot, especially in D and especially in and around Lippe, but today it's just too slow for me. Maybe with the MTB.

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    • May 25, 2020

  • Klaus aus Lemgo

    Schieder Karl, I started to discover both mountains because I am often in the area. I want e-shoes to handle the climbs more easily. 😉

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    • May 26, 2020

  • Schieder-Karl 58

    I recommend the 7 miles boots 🥾 😇

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    • May 26, 2020

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Die Hohensteinklippen