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Wasserlehrpfad Westergellersen

03:10
9.89 mi
3.1 mph
325 ft
325 ft
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Tour Overview

Starting Point
36 yd
Nicht mehr überall erhalten — Wegweiser
Treppenspeicher, 1603 erbaut, wurde bis Mitte 1980 noch als Unterstand für Vieh genutzt, bis er 1984 renoviert wurde.
0.42 mi
0.54 mi
1.94 mi
2.77 mi
Waldbad Westergellersen. Im Moment noch wegen Corona Baden verboten und das Wasser flach abgelassen, sonst traumhafte Bademöglichkeit.
Viele Molche sind hier immer zu entdecken. Natur pur im Waldbad 🐸
3.76 mi
5.13 mi
Hier haben wir den Wanderweg verlassen und sind den Schlenker zur Luhe gegangen. Der kleine Umweg lohnt!
505 kg schwer das Steinchen
Himmelsbrücke
Himmelsbrücke
Super leckere Nussecken hat unser Lieblingsbäcker! 🎶 Guildo hat euch lieb 🎶 Bäcker Müller liegt gleich am Anfang des Weges.
5.54 mi
5.56 mi
5.75 mi
7.23 mi
9.89 mi
Destination

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Wanderin 🥾🐞🌲 and Huebenbaecker went for a hike.

June 20, 2020

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Comments

  • Wanderin 🥾🐞🌲

    The Westergellersen water nature trail was set up in 2010 and extends over a distance of approx. 16 km, including along the Brünbach from its source to the mouth of the Luhe.
    Display boards along the way provide information on the topic of water, from rainwater use to natural forests and ecosystems to water supply for residents.
    Unfortunately we found out today that not all signposts are there anymore. But we had already chosen the route beforehand.The stairwell built in 1603 is also on the way, it was used as a shelter for cattle until mid-1980, until it was restored with great effort in 1984.
    The building material of the storage facility comes from the local environment: the solid timber frame is made of oak from Eckersfeld, the typical landscape tree of Lower Saxony, as are the exterior stairs and the trapezoidal planks of the infill.
    The roof is thatched from the former bog below the Schilsberg and covered with sods from the Westergellerser Heide.

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    • June 20, 2020

  • Dolle

    Didn't think the path was so long. 💧Water is always the most important thing. Great pictures and history from the stairwell. It looks great now. You don't see newts every day either.

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    • June 20, 2020

  • Wanderin 🥾🐞🌲

    Right Dolle, the stairwell is a piece of jewelry.

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    • June 20, 2020

  • So, nun aber los

    Do you allow yourself water? Picture 12 is sensational 👍🤩👌

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    • June 20, 2020

  • Wanderin 🥾🐞🌲

    Thank you 😊 In this case, of course, your praise goes to Sascha 📸, explains itself.It's a shame that you can't specify the different “photographers” when hiking together, because at least with the web version of Komoot there is something added underneath. Or do I have a knowledge gap?

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    • June 21, 2020

  • Burkhard

    Very beautiful pictures! I haven't seen newts for years ...

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    • July 5, 2020

  • Wanderin 🥾🐞🌲

    They have been living in the Waldbad Westergellen in cooperation with swimmers and non-swimmers for years. Watching allowed. Don't catch, of course. The shallow water at the moment makes it easier to discover.

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    • July 5, 2020

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