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009-Rangau-Pfalz-Weg: Neuendettelsau, Bhf > Allersberg Bhf. / 🇯🇵 Et. 2

009-Rangau-Pfalz-Weg: Neuendettelsau, Bhf > Allersberg Bhf. / 🇯🇵 Et. 2

07:27
26.3 mi
3.5 mph
875 ft
1,025 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
1.31 mi
2.06 mi
2.44 mi
2.67 mi
3.58 mi
3.81 mi
4.45 mi
5.53 mi
7.59 mi
7.96 mi
9.34 mi
9.96 mi
10.1 mi
10.3 mi
10.4 mi
10.4 mi
12.0 mi
12.4 mi
13.0 mi
14.0 mi
14.2 mi
15.0 mi
15.7 mi
15.8 mi
17.1 mi
17.6 mi
18.8 mi
24.2 mi
26.3 mi
Destination

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Klaus went for a hike.

September 18, 2021

Comments

  • Klaus

    🔵🔵🔵🔵⚪️ (4.1)I liked today's stage. Good mix of Rangau. The last 10km but almost only through the forest. Beautiful light pine forest with wide areas of moss - a bit boring in the long run.Abenberg is the highlight of this section.

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  • Klaus

    Abenberg lace makingFor centuries Abenberg has been known far beyond the regional borders for its bobbin lace works of art. The nuns of the Marienburg Monastery, founded in 1482, brought this craftsmanship to Abenberg. And the “nuns of Marienburg” “taught the secular people in Abenberg” (report in the Nuremberg State Archives). A large number of Abenberg women and men financed their lives by making lace in the following centuries, especially in the winter months. In 1833 there were 240 lace makers and around 600 to 700 lace makers in Abenberg. Abenberger goods were delivered all over the world, for clothing for kings and princes, for traditional costumes, uniforms and theater costumes. Today the Abenbergers still make lace, but more to preserve this beautiful folk art and because lace making is fun. A lace school in Abenberg has been teaching this wonderful craftsmanship since 1913 so that bobbin lace is preserved for future generations. In 2013 it celebrated its 100th anniversary with a lace festival. The Abenberg lace school is one of two municipal lace schools in Germany. In addition, a museum deals with the 400-year-old history of lace making in Abenberg: the "Lace Museum".spm-verlag.de/fileadmin/user_upload/Abenberg/files/assets/basic-html/page24.html

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  • CyklistCR11

    Beautiful photos and your report on the history of lace is very interesting 👍👏 😊

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    • September 18, 2021

  • Klaus

    I am very interested in the old handicrafts. Too bad they are often forgotten in our superficial and easy-going world.

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    • September 18, 2021

  • H.W.

    The photos, especially the morning moods, are beautiful. But they also show that you have to start early on a route like this in September.

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    • September 18, 2021

  • Klaus

    Train connection on Saturday only every two hours.06:38 - 07:14
    08:37 - 09:14
    10:38 - 11:14

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    • September 18, 2021

  • H.W.

    Of course you took the 1st train ...

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    • September 18, 2021

  • Klaus

    The morning mood lured me ...

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    • September 18, 2021

  • Christa Albrecht

    Very atmospheric photos in the morning. Your mother also found the horse in Ebersbach photogenic.

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    • September 18, 2021

  • 🌳Tom🌲

    Great report including beautiful pictures of the tour. 👍🙋‍♂️

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    • September 19, 2021

  • Klaus

    Thank you, put a lot of time and passion into it every time.
    😃

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    • September 20, 2021

  • Christa Albrecht

    As the Franconian says, "gscheit or gor net". I'm already looking forward to your next tour.

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    • September 20, 2021

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Klaus

009-Rangau-Pfalz-Weg: Neuendettelsau, Bhf > Allersberg Bhf. / 🇯🇵 Et. 2