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Fluss und Teichuferweg Stadtsteinach KU 34

Fluss und Teichuferweg Stadtsteinach KU 34

01:49
4.98 mi
2.7 mph
1,025 ft
1,050 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
Startpunkt Badstraße, im Hintergrund der Hainberg.
123 yd
St. Michaelskirche Stadtsteinach
0.85 mi
Die Steinach
1.12 mi
1.48 mi
2.19 mi
2.52 mi
Der Dornröschenweg
3.15 mi
3.22 mi
Bunker aus dem 2. Weltkrieg?
4.13 mi
Abzweigung zum Hainberg, hier nicht mehr der Beschilderung folgen
Baustelle Umgehung Stadtsteinach
4.66 mi
Holzfass am Campingplatz, Übernachtung für bis zu 4 Personen möglich
Verlassener Campingplatz Stadtsteinach
4.98 mi
Destination

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CharlyW went for a hike.

April 15, 2021

Comments

  • CharlyW

    Our easy hike started at the outdoor pool car park in Stadtsteinach. First it went out of SAN past the swimming pool and along the first fish ponds and to the right about 100 m along the main road. But then the relaxation began right along the Steinach in the direction of Untersteinach. At Gut Hummendorf you then cross the small river. The estate was once really stately and, unfortunately, has completely fallen into disrepair. A private person has now bought it, the positive written sign shows great optimism (pictures 5 and 6).Cross the bike path and then turn right. A bit on the old road towards Untersteinach and then left up, but only take the second dirt road over the bridge of the new B 303 (the signs are heavily faded!). You also cross the old Untersteinach-Stadtsteinach railway line.Then you come to an inconspicuous bench under a lone tree almost at the top of the forest, here it is worthwhile to linger for a while (Fig. 10). Immediately afterwards follows the "Sleeping Beauty Path", as the locals call it. A great highlight of this short hike, especially in the heyday (Fig. 11).We follow the signs back to the landing site of the paragliders who take off from the Hainberg. From here (Fig. 15) you should no longer follow the current, still existing signs. Because otherwise you end up like us at the new bypass road (Fig. 16) and we could only cross it with great effort. It is better to continue on the paved road and cross the new bypass at the already completed bridge. Straight on down to the B 303 and immediately right into Badstrasse or, better still, the pedestrian / cycle path and back to the starting point.

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    • April 15, 2021

  • Heinz

    Hello Charly, two quick notes - the bunkers were built later, during the Cold War, if I remember correctly it was in the 1970s. For guidance - unfortunately the new bridge above Omnibus Röttgen has not yet been completed. Yesterday I had to cross the road again on impassable terrain to get to the campsite. Greetings from Stadtsteinach 🌼👍

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    • April 16, 2021

  • CharlyW

    Thanks for your addition!

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    • April 16, 2021

  • Axel

    Did the tour today! 👍🍀

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    • April 16, 2021

CharlyW

Fluss und Teichuferweg Stadtsteinach KU 34