Natur pur auf dem Trift-Erlebnispfad (Mittlere Runde)
Hiking Highlight (Segment)
Euphemia Anna 🌳🌲 and Rehlein went for a hike.
April 13, 2021
The Trift Adventure Trail is a new themed trail and is absolutely recommendable because it is very varied and full of history (about the Holztrift in the 19th century). It runs in beautiful nature along and around the Legelbach. There are hardly any wide views down here by the water, but there are plenty of nice resting places along the route, mostly next to the old Trift systems. -Since we hiked the upper (northern) part of the Trift adventure trail (from the forester's lodge Schwarzsohl to the Legelbach source and to the Nibelungenheim) last week, the "middle round" follows today. This time we leave out the information board no. 1 at the confluence of the Legelbach in the Speyerbach, as we have already studied it in detail on a separate tour. We already downloaded the app "Trifterlebnis Legelbach" at home; it complements the texts on the information boards.Our beautiful tour at a glance:Parking lot "Alte Schmelz" (northwest of Elmstein) - along the babbling Legelbach - many black foils frighten us (to fight the Japanese knotweed) - we cross the street and up we go to the Elmsteiner natural monument "Nibelungenfelsen" (we do not take the narrow hiking route the steep slope; REHLEIN is not free from giddiness) - then (first on asphalt) in beautiful nature along the Kleiner Legelbach to the Trockental-Klause with the Trockentalhütte (not managed) - now comes the most beautiful section (pure nature!) up to a spider - then further uphill on large forest paths to the Nibelungenheim (no rest stops!) At an altitude of approx. 450 m (we study the checkered history of this house carefully using a text board, but it is too cold and too windy for us to rest up here) with the knight's stone opposite - now only downhill on beautiful paths and paths to an earlier quarry (here rest in the S onne) - and further down to the Legelbach with the large Ludwigsklause (rest benches are currently missing) - the Legelbach further down - to the viewpoint on the Franzensklause (with a bench directly on the abyss above the country road) - further on beautiful paths above the Legelbach - and then in a side valley up to the Gandertsklause - there, rest benches await us right on the way, above the Woog and a very special shelter (tipi!) - then on beautiful paths to a street crossing - until we come back (this time from above) at the Nibelungenfelsen arrive (with its two nice resting places). The way home to the parking lot is now identical to the way there - and we enjoy the babbling of the beautiful Legelbach for the last time. While we started this morning in cold temperatures (snow!), We can now end the hike in the sunshine at the large picnic area with the oversized symbol of the Triftknecht (above the parking lot). Gorgeous!
April 14, 2021