Auf Abwegen 🥾am Fuße des Eichberges
Ritter Raspe went for a hike.
January 31, 2021
If you intend to pursue it, please note the following.I would be happy to follow the hike with feedback.However, in the area of the Eichberg meadows to Billroda, the following must be observed:• The weather has to be right along the Lossa / Eichberg meadows.• At the foot of the Eichberg it is very humid and partly swampy.• After the Eichberg meadows, the old paths are no longer continuously available. Outdoor passages are to be planned.• After the meadows, I recommend following the Lossa on the right, up the stream.The tour described here was completed in frost.In addition to the limitations of the area, from the meadows to Billroda, there is also an experience factor - everyone who wants to experience nature to the full can enjoy this section to the full. The meadows are managed sustainably and in this section the Lossa runs close to nature.The small Lossa River describes its path in a harmonious route through this nature reserve. Learning effects and natural images of originality - between giving and taking, of water, land and vegetation - can be experienced very closely here.I am happy to answer any questions about the hike.The tour starts as usual in Rastenberg at the playground / Amselweg. We follow the course of the Lossa through the Mühltal. Passing the Kleffer source, we arrive at the entrance to the Eichberg-Wiesen area. Please follow the GPX track here.I have described the section at the foot of the Eichberger to Billroda above.When we arrive in Billroda, we step out of the forest into a large open space with paddocks. We go up the salt ditch, quite steeply, towards the shaft.I already described the Rastenberger Schacht here during a hike, just let me know if you have any questions.The tour continues through the former mine site, with its few witnesses from the years of potash extraction.We reach the forest road to Almose in Rastenberg. Due to the large proportion of outdoor activities, we take the good route to the destination in the Hinterburg in Rastenberg.
Very nice tour, especially the description. 👏 The🌞 also made its contribution to the great pictures. 👍
Thank you Ronny,I like to run the lap - with the right weather.MTB yesterday 🙈 was a torture - without a motor ...
Great tour, as always with a great description 👍🏻☀️❄️I absolutely have to take my time and drive in this direction 😅 the pictures and your descriptions invite you to do so ☺️Mtb is not completely without even with a motor, I didn't see you rode it, but I like to believe that.
You're right! My battery 🔋 was only 20% yesterday, even though I only used Eco for the most part.
@ PatriciaDidn't you recognize Ritter Raspe in my pictures yesterday?
Either it's totally groundless, muddy and muddy or really slippery ⛸ .... but to drive such paths out of pure strength and preferably uphill, I have a lot of respect for that, you really have to want to 😅
Oops ... no, I'll put my glasses on 🙈
@ Patricia and Ronny,yes, I was on the bike to the Streitseebad in Kölleda and back - I deleted it 🤦🏻♂ The frozen snow, this mogul slope wasn't my thing.@ Patricia,I can give you a few tips, we have really nice corners here.
I think so.If I have a couple of hours and there is no snow, then I'm very happy ☺️ at the moment it is no longer possible to plan how long it will take for a tour, the paths change so quickly from mobile to torture, if it should be a nice round ☺️
Then we can all ride together, it will be fun. 👍
... I'll get a motor 😇