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Felsenweg Zelse - Horizontal ist keine Option

Felsenweg Zelse - Horizontal ist keine Option

03:12
7.28 mi
2.3 mph
975 ft
1,000 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
12 yd
0.59 mi
0.78 mi
0.81 mi
1.43 mi
1.56 mi
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1.59 mi
1.64 mi
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1.88 mi
1.88 mi
2.17 mi
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2.38 mi
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2.77 mi
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3.05 mi
3.14 mi
3.14 mi
3.96 mi
4.29 mi
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4.67 mi
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5.07 mi
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5.10 mi
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5.17 mi
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6.02 mi
6.08 mi
6.49 mi
6.51 mi
6.51 mi
6.63 mi
6.63 mi
6.97 mi
7.28 mi
Destination

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Hunsbuckel and Manggongjai went for a hike.

April 4, 2021

Comments

  • Hunsbuckel

    I already ran the Zilshausen (Zelse) rock path last November and was absolutely thrilled
    komoot.de/tour/289814347
    So I knew that after a marathon and a discovery tour on the Baybach, Manggongjai could round off my Hunsrück Easter weekend with a "short" tour. I had almost forgotten how awesome this tour is and how grateful you have to be to the Komootler Bassmanstef for maintaining this extraordinary tour.
    Klaus also looked a little incredulous when I tied my shoes with rope pull technology and unpacked the sticks, which I usually only carry around as ballast. He probably already knew what to expect.
    Today, in addition to the increasingly demanding tour, we made a detour to the Mirza Alpe in order to be able to see the Mörzer waterfall up close and also to look into the Sabel mill, which has now broken open, where the fragments of an entire life can be found. Numerous personal things tell the story of the residents who look at you from pictures on the wall. We recorded the impressions, but otherwise left everything untouched.The rock path crosses the paths of the Dünnbachtal dream loop several times, even uphill and downhill, while dozens of families and groups follow the paths mostly horizontally on the dream loop. We were allowed to scramble down numerous of the rocky ridges, follow the stream and climb up again at the next rocky ridge to an overwhelming view. This is really exhausting, but it is so fun that we couldn't get the grin off our faces and allowed ourselves a rest at the Laafheck viewpoint at the end of the ascent, because we actually didn't want to leave.So again big praise to Bassmanstef for this crazy good path, which I will gladly go many times over!

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    • April 4, 2021

  • Christel55

    Today I went to the Mirza Alpe, and soon the rock path will be on it. Best regards

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    • April 4, 2021

  • Manggongjai

    Thank you for the experience of running 42.6 km,
    Thank you for the beautiful Baybach Spots Tour,
    and 1000 thanks for this great tour!
    LG Klaus

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    • April 4, 2021

  • Eifeline

    Looks really very interesting 👍- do you know what happened to the residents of Sabels Mill, that they left everything there in a hurry 👀?

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    • April 4, 2021

  • Manggongjai

    I ask myself the same thing...I think died ...

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    • April 4, 2021

  • Hunsbuckel

    Here Sabine has 🦁
    komoot.de/user/756646166779
    presented the mill:
    komoot.de/tour/202219330
    Last year the buildings were still halfway closed.
    (Quote deleted at the request of the author)

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    • April 4, 2021

  • Eifeline

    Thanks for the information -
    I think there will be a trip to Zelse 🙂

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    • April 4, 2021

  • MTB-Olli

    Wonderful tour 👍
    Only the empty and devastated mill makes you feel sad 😞

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    • April 5, 2021

  • Hunsbuckel

    The devastation is sad (although it may also be a personal tragedy such as Messie). It is positive that people like us think about people and their own impermanence. Unfortunately, the vandalism testifies to the weaknesses of the education system ...We got really bogged down in terms of time. I knew that it would take longer than Komoot calculated, even with the most pessimistic attitudes, but due to the additional excursions to the waterfall and mill, we needed a whopping 7 hours for the "small" round. So you shouldn't start the tour too late ...; o)

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    • April 5, 2021

  • Eifeline

    You - it will probably happen that way 🙈😄
    I might have to put together an abbreviation🙋🏼‍♀️

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    • April 5, 2021

  • Hunsbuckel

    @Eifeline:
    Then take a look here
    komoot.de/tour/341600638
    The day before yesterday, Bassmanstef made a short version that starts with walking the tightrope, which we couldn't get enough of in the end.
    But then without the Mörzer waterfall and Sabelsmühle.

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    • April 5, 2021

  • Bassmanstef

    @Eifeline
    here is the link to a map with marked access routes to the route.
    drive.google.com/file/d/1LHR9a9uQZ_UqWJ0AyLzB0ZWGkWHLSOFl/view?usp=sharing

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    • April 5, 2021

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Felsenweg Zelse - Horizontal ist keine Option