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Soonwaldsteig in 4 Etappen - Tag 2 Hahnenbach-Ellerspring

04:54
18.3 mi
3.7 mph
3,450 ft
2,450 ft

Tour Overview

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389 yd
0.67 mi
1.64 mi
2.33 mi
2.45 mi
2.90 mi
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Manggongjai went for a hike.

May 17, 2020

Comments

  • Alwine

    Just a photo that makes me think🤔

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    • May 17, 2020

  • Angelika &🐅

    For me it is already 5😅

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    • May 17, 2020

  • Alwine

    Yes, now 5👍

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    • May 17, 2020

  • Manggongjai

    Sorry, Internet in the Hunsrück is very slow. There are more pictures. Tour description comes later.
    Greetings Klaus

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    • May 17, 2020

  • Manggongjai

    The Soonwaldsteig2nd and most difficult stageToday we went from the goal of the first stage to the Herrenberg and
    to the Altburg celtic settlement, both currently closed due to the Corona Virus!
    Even if we weren't allowed to spend the night at the Schmidtburg because of Corona, we were allowed to look at it and take lots of pictures.Hunsbuckel explained that the Schmidtburg with its smithies was supposed to be on the one next to it
    higher hills are built, but here the water supply, with wells at the time of construction in 926, was too difficult or impossible,
    the three Franconian noblemen Franco, Hunpert and Norpolt decided against it. It was to be built to protect against Hungarian invasions. However, it was first mentioned in 1084 in connection with the new owner Emicho.
    After we had let off steam with photography, we continued through the idyllic Hahnenbach Valley
    to the ascent of Teufelsfelsen, past a sea of cairns to the Womrather Höhe!
    Here Hunsbuckel's planning deviated from the Soonwaldsteig to give me the huge,
    but difficult to access Katzenstein!
    From here it went down to the Simmerbach, which is also called Kellenbach in this area
    and on to Koppenstein Castle. This can be reached via a huge Rosselhalde, which Hunsbuckel had already told me about and also the other hikers we met "you want to go up there?" Had warned us!
    I found it fun and am light, happy and "stupid" ahead, which I then paid from 20 km !!!
    We continued over the heights and depressions (and heights) of the Soonwald to the Altenburg lookout tower!
    But since "Rapunzel" did not let her hair down, I didn’t climb up,
    the can of cola that had been carried for many kilometers, which made me smile with her sugar
    brought to get to the car via the Rennweg and very nice single trails.
    After we got the driving (see 1 stage) behind us, we had a barbecue (11.30pm)
    a little and tried to get some sleep!
    greetingKlaus

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    • May 20, 2020

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