"Heimatpfad Lindenberg" (große Außenrunde) - ohne Cyriakuskapelle
Hiking Highlight (Segment)
Euphemia Anna 🌳🌲 and Rehlein went for a hike.
May 3, 2021
Important note: The number of kilometers is unfortunately not quite right! About 1 km from the finish I accidentally made itthe tour has already ended on the app. So the steps from Joppenholzstraße to Wiesenstraße and back to the parking lot at the town hall are still missing."May has come, the trees are breaking out ..." or "Green, green, green ...": that's how we could sum up our hike. But now less poetic and without music :-) ...The second part of our tour to the "Heimatpfad Lindenberg" starts again at the parking lot between the town hall and the Kath. Church (by the beautiful, large chestnut tree with a bus stop). We walk on wonderful paths west and south along the Schwalbeneck, while we steadily gain height and look to the large (former) factory chimneys in the Lambrecht Valley. Later we briefly enjoy the "Cyriakus view" of the small pilgrimage chapel of Lindenberg, come closer and closer to the Weinbiet summit, but then turn to the "Hochzeitsweg" (with bank), the old landfill at the Lindenberg hiking car park, and continue north until a very nice zigzag path leads down to the forest playground of Lindenberg. There is also a place to rest on 2 benches for hikers.Unfortunately, there is now a very hard and gritty path along a large pasture area of goats, sheep, cows and calves (do not feed !!) along the small Schlangentalbach. Nice to see such a large pasture area with animals roaming free in the Palatinate Forest! - It rises again steadily (don't overlook the beautifully carved heart on the right side of the path!) - and then it goes down again a little: There is already a bench at the idyllic Joppenholzquelle. And a few meters away, you can see down to Lindenberg really well.So now it's all downhill: through a small willow fence door, on small paths along the Joppenholzbach and over a small bridge. Soon we are in Joppenholzstraße (off the road there is the Weber Museum at number 6) and then on to Wiesenstraße to the parking lot.Conclusion: beautiful nature in the wonderful month of May, many great hiking trails, but unfortunately also sections over asphalt or gravel (the roads do not count here), many great views (of Lindenberg, to Lambrecht and into the Lambrecht Valley and to the Cyriakus Chapel) and a lot of interesting information via Lindenberg (since we met and interviewed locals).A beautiful, old village in the middle of the Palatinate Forest and a recommendable "Heimatpfad Lindenberg", which promises a lot of variety!