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Gunzesrieder Säge-Wiesach-Steinköpfle-Steineberg-Jägersteig-Winkelwiesalpe

05:11
6.25 mi
1.2 mph
2,475 ft
2,475 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
381 yd
0.71 mi
0.82 mi
1.17 mi
1.93 mi
2.53 mi
Wegabschneider (kein Weg dort)
Stau am second step to Steineberg
2.54 mi
2.97 mi
3.32 mi
3.55 mi
4.21 mi
4.96 mi
5.18 mi
5.83 mi
5.83 mi
6.19 mi
6.25 mi
Destination

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skyhopper.mtb went for a hike.

June 1, 2020

Comments

  • skyhopper.mtb

    Easy alpine hike in the Nagelfluhkette nature park.
    Didn't know the way from Gunzenrieder-Säge to Steinköpfle and from Gunzesrieder-Säge via Winkelwiesalpe and Jägersteig to Steineberg. Quasi exploration. The Jägersteig is quite steep and partly exposed.
    You can only park in marked parking lots and they are occupied very quickly. Were only there at 12, coincidence when you got something there. 2 euros for 6 hours.
    Recommendation: bike and hike.
    Met someone in parking who identified himself as an employee of the BN Naturschutz. He looked to see if it was worth calling the police to atone for parking offenders next to the overcrowded parking lot. Was I completely wrong if that's the job of the BN?
    The BN lers try to get rid of day tourists and only want overnight guests (see discussion Grüntenlifte) - but do not offer a solution for the currently over-intensive day tourism (traffic control, park and ride) (apart from calling the police - walking)?

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    • June 1, 2020

  • Gerhard1524

    The BN pays off as an auxiliary aid for the Polente? It's disgusting. This "nature conservation" type was certainly there by car. Methods like in the GDR back then.
    If this is really the case, I will of course cancel my membership in this club, it is a shame about the money if they have nothing else to do. In the BN office I will find out if they really do that. I still can't believe it ...

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    • June 27, 2020