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Soonwaldsteig in 4 Etappen - Tag 1 Bergen-Schinderhannes-Tränke

03:32
14.0 mi
4.0 mph
2,400 ft
2,525 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
343 yd
0.62 mi
1.05 mi
1.17 mi
1.20 mi
1.24 mi
1.27 mi
1.36 mi
1.70 mi
1.90 mi
2.35 mi
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2.46 mi
2.56 mi
2.78 mi
3.11 mi
3.27 mi
3.78 mi
4.03 mi
4.28 mi
4.66 mi
4.67 mi
5.99 mi
6.19 mi
7.06 mi
7.46 mi
8.09 mi
8.24 mi
8.25 mi
8.66 mi
8.68 mi
9.50 mi
11.3 mi
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12.5 mi
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13.2 mi
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13.2 mi
13.4 mi
13.8 mi
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14.0 mi
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Manggongjai went for a hike.

May 16, 2020

Comments

  • Manggongjai

    The Soonwaldsteig1st stageThe Soonwaldsteig usually begins in Kirn an der Nahe and only runs north parallel to the Hahnenbach Valley to the Schmidtburg.
    The first stage was closed at the time of our hike due to a wind break between Hahnenbach and the Rudolfshaus.
    So we had to choose another starting point that Hunsbuckel chose with “Bergen”.
    From Bergen we went through the first highlight of the day, the beautiful Trübenbach valley and on to Kyr castle.
    Here you have a beautiful view over Kirn and can already see the next highlights of the day, the "Kirner Dolomites", on which we stand between all the others
    Climbers have tried to get something up and see Wartenstein Castle in the distance.
    In the Wartenstein Castle you can have a look at the exhibition "Forest and Nature" and in the form of brochures you can take your next destinations with you on your hikes!It went on to Hahnenbach and from here, due to the closure, through a notched valley to Hennweiler and Bruschied.The Reinhartsmühle trout farm was our next goal and the first stop to replenish the electrolyte balance!
    After we had quenched our thirst, we went over parts of the dream loop Hahnenbachtal,
    with its beautiful views of the Schmidtburg, to the Schinderhannes-Tränke, where one of our cars was parked.
    Actually we would have stayed at the Schmidtburg now, but since all trekking camps were canceled by Corona,
    I went by car to the start of this stage, pick up the other car and continue from here with two cars
    Goal of tomorrow's stage. Here we parked a car and drove to Hunsbuckel, where I had my tent in his garden
    was allowed to build.
    Approx. 22.00 o'clock was still grilling and then I noticed that the night was getting cold (4 * C), therefore and because my sleeping bag "comfort limit" -2 * C, I'm with
    Socks, training pants and fleece jacket crawled into the sleeping bag! After 1 hour trying to fall asleep,
    I took everything off and was finally able to dream again what I experienced today !!!
    greeting
    Klaus

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    • May 16, 2020

  • Hunderunde

    Well, then you still have something in front of you. Tiring but also very nice. I wish you good luck. If you come past my home, wink once.

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    • May 16, 2020

  • Jörg (Taunus-Hiker)

    That hurts. Originally wanted to start the Soonwaldsteig on Monday. Until I got the email on Friday morning at 12 p.m. that all trekking camps in the Soonwald will remain closed. Of course, too late to book trekking camps in other areas. Now I have to conjure up day trips from my hat ...: - /
    I hope you enjoy your tour.

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    • May 16, 2020

  • Manggongjai

    Thank you both, I got through the first night in the tent. I was also able to sleep after getting rid of my jacket, jogging pants and socks. I had put these on especially because my sleeping bag only goes down to - 2 * c and temperatures around 4 * c were predicted. I was too warm !!
    Greetings Klaus

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    • May 17, 2020

  • Clau Dia

    Nice pictures, which in turn give great impressions. Thanks a lot !

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    • May 17, 2020

  • Angelika &🐅

    Hello, komoot hid your 2 tours from me 🤬.
    I looked at all the photos, normally over 100 are too many for me. At this stage I can understand that you have taken so many photos 😅. Great and very varied tour, probably mostly on beautiful paths, looks great👏👏

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    • May 17, 2020

  • aweifb

    I am glad to have read that the first stage was closed.
    Will start on Monday (because then the hotels can host again) and now I know where I can go cross-country skiing. 😉
    I'm really looking forward to it and hope that the storm has spared the other stages.
    I always wish you a "good foot".

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    • May 17, 2020

  • Birgit

    Very nice 🤗 I shouldn't have done it alone last year 👍🏻 saw my tent site in your pictures 🧐😅

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    • May 17, 2020

  • Manggongjai

    @ Jörg
    I know the feeling, since I already camped in March
    Had booked and then canceled in April
    fluttering in house, I was very disappointed!
    Hunsbuckel was so nice and allowed me mine
    Tent in his garden and has the
    but very extensive driver's row with the two cars
    (one to the goal, then to the start, after the stage back to the
    Start, then with 2 cars to the next goal of the next stage, one park and then to him) to enable me to climb the Soonwaldsteig!
    Greetings Klaus

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    • May 19, 2020

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