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Ilsfeld: Wunnensteinturm, Burg Lichtenberg, Burg Hohenbeilstein, Burg Wildeck, Burgruine Helfenberg 2020/84

05:02
16.9 mi
3.3 mph
1,875 ft
1,800 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
0.59 mi
3.09 mi
4.14 mi
4.63 mi
5.46 mi
5.84 mi
6.85 mi
7.84 mi
8.21 mi
8.31 mi
10.6 mi
Bäcker Drive-In
11.3 mi
11.5 mi
13.8 mi
14.4 mi
15.5 mi
15.6 mi
16.6 mi
16.6 mi
16.9 mi
Destination

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Nicolet and Lada went for a hike.

June 3, 2020

Comments

  • Nicolet

    Wanderparkplatz_ Wildeckstraße, 74360 Ilsfeld
    Despite the many highlights, this tour left me with mixed feelings, so I would not recommend it unreservedly. The nice thing was that, as you would expect from a star menu, it continued to increase over the course of time. Started from a nice parking lot, it went for a long time on wide paths on the edge through the village of Beilstein to the Wunnenstein tower. Despite being lonely on a hill (and surrounded by beautiful paths there), the tower was closed due to the current situation. Again on broad paths but in beautiful green surroundings we reached the village of Oberstenfeld, which had excellent ice cream. The ominous thunder above us, after all, kept raining until we had our ice cream. Then there was everything that was possible. The hedge, behind which we ducked for lack of alternatives, eventually gave up resistance. Fortunately, the spectacle only lasted about 15 minutes and we left our cover soaked through. A really nice way to Lichtenberg Castle. Unfortunately, the castle was partially scaffolded and the paths around it were ransacked by construction machinery. It had also been decided to keep the castle gate locked despite the opening hours. After a 5 km dry spell, the pretty Hohenbeilstein Castle, where even the open-air catering had opened. Now finally beautiful paths and trails, two small lakes and from afar you could always look forward to the approaching, very pretty castle Wildeck with its half-timbered oriels. From there it was not far to the small delicacy at the end, the castle ruin Helfenberg. In contrast to the playful castle Wildeck, a simple, dark cube.

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    • June 4, 2020

  • Mutzelmaus

    The journey there is also not exactly short😉
    You can not see from the beautiful pictures that the beginning was a bit bland
    The blowball in front of which Lada crouches is huge😯🤩

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    • June 4, 2020

  • Nicolet

    Mutzelmaus, yes unfortunately. An hour is more and more common if there is something new to do. The dandelion was really fascinating, even the stem was three times as long.

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    • June 4, 2020

  • Marcus

    Sometimes planning is wrong. If the route gets better and better, everything is fine. Everything looks great for us as viewers of the pictures. ;-)
    According to your pictures, the tour seems to be very varied. How is that in hot weather are you really in the blazing sun as much as it looks on the map?
    I also went today because there were some broader paths at the beginning. In the end, the thrown together tour turned out to be a stroke of luck. Well, apart from the weather. That's why I come back in the sun.

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    • June 4, 2020

  • Nicolet

    Marcus, at the beginning we sounded mighty and regretted not having chosen a more woody tour, because there was a particularly large open field at the beginning. But after the shower it was pleasant. Seen in this way, the heavy rain had something for itself. ;-)

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    • June 4, 2020

  • Marcus

    Sometimes rain has something good. ;-) I was also soaking wet when I came back from the tour. But as long as I'm not freezing, everything is perfect.

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    • June 4, 2020

  • KISS

    I liked your report again, really great how you do it. With so many highlights, there had to be a treat too.

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    • June 4, 2020

  • Achim Wack

    Beautiful as always 🤩

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    • June 4, 2020

  • Jan

    Great big round and 💪👍 .. and very impressive photo 😊👍

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    • June 4, 2020

  • Martina

    I think the photos are very good .... but I would have liked one more ... looking for protection under the hedge 😆

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    • June 4, 2020

  • Nicolet

    KISS, I'm blushing 😊 Thank you.
    Thank you also Achim and Jan
    Martina, 😂😂😂 👍

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    • June 4, 2020

  • Scout Jens

    So I only see great trails except in the vineyards. In addition, a great landscape and many interesting castles. Sun on top of it. The Romans ... 🤗 A thunderstorm can't ruin everything 🧐

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    • June 4, 2020

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