Löffelsberg - Puhlstein - Buhlsteinpfeiler - Sternfelsmassiv 🥾🥾
Claudia 🌞 📷 🌻🍁 went for a hike.
September 19, 2021
Actually, I had planned a tour to the water for today, as I was recently in the Palatinate Forest and wanted to go somewhere else again.Then yesterday I saw Angelika's tour here at Komoot and I liked it so much that I threw my actual planning overboard. So quickly opened the Komoot route planner and saw what else I could pack into a tour with the stone pyramids.Thanks again to Angelika🙏, who always provides great ideas with her tours.
Great pictures. TOP tour. Good weather. What more do you need.
September 20, 2021
Wow - such beautiful pictures again 🔝. Good decision to reschedule 😉 Idiosyncratic little animal in picture 72, I've never seen it before, great shot 👍 And two nice climbs at the beginning 👍
Thanks to you both 😊@Martin.Image 72 is the caterpillar of the butterfly "Mittlerer Weinschwärmer"I wanted to write in yesterday and forgot it 🙃
Beautiful pictures! 👍
Sooo great photos 🤩 .... Great! 👍
Wow, you had even better weather than me ✌️ You took such beautiful photos 👌. You have changed the tour a bit, the Sternfels massif is also worth a detour🙃. I hope you had fun ☺️
I thought the tour yesterday was very nice and went well 👞👞. Most of all, I actually liked the path on which the stone pyramids stood on the left and right, it was so great to look at 🥰
I'm very happy ☺️. The path is just very special, I haven't seen pyramids like this anywhere else ☺️
@Angelika for info:The "cairns" are mainly found in the alpine area. They serve as path markers in the rough terrain. The cairns on the Löffelsberg were all set up by a single man from Busenberg, who was often out and about on mountain and climbing tours in the Alpine region and the mountains of the world. They are supposed to remind him of times gone by. It was probably only afterwards that he really realized that he had created something unique and unique. They are one of the attractions of the Busenberg wooden shoe path for which he has undertaken this effort in many, many hours of voluntary work. In the meantime, his "males" have often been copied in other places, much to the delight of hikers. We who live here owe him a big thank you, because that wasn't his only work on the wooden shoe path. He keeps the path in good shape, repairs, eliminates danger spots, sets up benches and tables and regularly checks whether everything is still in order.
September 21, 2021
I took the liberty of reading the info for Angelika too ...... and found it very interesting. Thanks! Do you also know when they were created? I thought, based on their appearance, that they have been standing for a couple of decades ...Today's "males" are in no way comparable.My homage to the Creator and hardworking Pathfinder !!
@fritzbus. Thank you very much for the detailed explanation, I didn't know that 😇. That's a good person 🙏