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Runde von Fridingen entlang der Donau zum Sperberloch, zurück über Stiegelesfels

Runde von Fridingen entlang der Donau zum Sperberloch, zurück über Stiegelesfels

01:59
5.90 mi
3.0 mph
725 ft
675 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
0.28 mi
Blick zur Ruine Kallenberg
1.24 mi
1.30 mi
1.33 mi
2.75 mi
2.77 mi
Schloss Bronnen
3.43 mi
3.43 mi
Sperberloch
Höhlenmalerei
Die Höhle ist recht tief
3.75 mi
3.81 mi
3.81 mi
4.80 mi
4.81 mi
4.82 mi
4.95 mi
4.96 mi
5.12 mi
5.12 mi
5.52 mi
5.52 mi
Blick vom Laibfelsen
5.90 mi
Destination

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Eva🐴 went for a hike.

September 7, 2021

Comments

  • Eva🐴

    The path leads along the Danube to the Jägerhaus, up to a detour into the forest to a lookout rock.
    Wonderful to admire the rocks from below and to listen to the babbling of the Danube.
    It goes steeply up to the Sperberloch, a large cave.
    From the next lookout cliff, the view goes to Bronnen Castle - it is sublime on its rock - and down to the Danube and the Jägerhaus.
    On beautiful nature trails we reach Stiegelesfelsen and Loibfelsen, the view from each rock is different.
    The car park in Fridingen will be reached again too soon.

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    • September 7, 2021

  • Robert

    Great tour, nicely described and illustrated.

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    • September 7, 2021

  • Eva🐴

    Thank you, Robert🙂

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    • September 7, 2021

  • Beate 🐕🍀

    Very nice tour! The Danube Valley is always worth a hike 👍

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    • September 7, 2021

  • Eva🐴

    Thank you, Beate🙂

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    • September 8, 2021

  • Joachim

    Great tour and nice photos. 👏👍

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    • September 8, 2021

  • Eva🐴

    Thank you, Joachim🙂

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    • September 8, 2021

  • Yvonne

    Danube valley, how beautiful! And the crossing of the Danube at the Jägerhaus seems to be possible at the moment from the water level. How does the path run down along the Danube? On the other hand, it is very wide and there is a lot of bicycle traffic. I've always found that very uncomfortable when running.

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    • September 10, 2021

  • Eva🐴

    Thank you, Yvonne🙂. The Danube has surprisingly little water again. The path on the Danube is easy to walk, first gravel, then a grass path, no "through traffic". The path then ends and a steep path leads up into the forest to a lookout rock. The descent leads to a cow pasture at the Jägerhaus. This time the cows and zebus were in a different pasture. The last time I came up here, the cows were with calves and a bull on them, the bull came up to me and eyed me suspiciously. I preferred to climb up the forest and make an arc to the hunter's house. That works fine, the forest has no undergrowth here.

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    • September 10, 2021

  • Yvonne

    Thanks Eva, for the great info

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    • September 10, 2021

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Eva🐴

Runde von Fridingen entlang der Donau zum Sperberloch, zurück über Stiegelesfels