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10 Tausender auf einen Streich

04:55
18.5 mi
3.8 mph
3,075 ft
3,100 ft

Tour Overview

171 yd
2.57 mi
2.86 mi
Blick vom Wandbühl
2.88 mi
2.99 mi
3.60 mi
3.62 mi
3.73 mi
3.73 mi
3.90 mi
4.13 mi
4.71 mi
4.76 mi
5.21 mi
5.23 mi
5.73 mi
6.52 mi
6.57 mi
6.95 mi
8.19 mi
8.80 mi
9.61 mi
9.89 mi
10.1 mi
10.2 mi
10.3 mi
10.6 mi
10.7 mi
10.7 mi
10.8 mi
Blick auf den Lemberg
10.8 mi
10.9 mi
11.6 mi
11.6 mi
11.6 mi
11.6 mi
11.6 mi
11.6 mi
13.7 mi
14.3 mi
14.7 mi
15.5 mi
15.5 mi
15.7 mi
16.4 mi
16.7 mi
16.7 mi
16.8 mi
17.2 mi
18.3 mi

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Done by Matthias Brandt and Annett Brandt

06/20/2019

Comments

  • Matthias Brandt

    "Region of the 10 Thousands". After Jochen released the tour, I was very curious and wanted to climb all these 10 thousands. The 10 thousands are: Wandbühl 1007m, Bohl 1002m, Rainen 1006m, Montschenloch 1004m, Oberhohenberg 1010m m, Hochberg 1008m, Lemberg 1015m, Hummelsberg 1001m, Kehlen / Weißes Kreuz 1001, Hochwald 1001.We start our tour in Wehingen in the Steinstraße. There is a public car park there. From there we walk through the village, then to the left always slightly uphill on a paved forest road / road through the forest to run. After just over 3 kilometers, we finally leave the paved road to the left on a little-maintained forest road. After about 300 m, turn right onto a forest path, the beginning of which can not be found, as this is pretty much obstructed by scrub. Since then I thought briefly, well, behind the scrub, however, was a little committed path to see well (in Jochen as a picture to see). Here we were rewarded with our first salamander this year. Unfortunately, after 400 m the path stopped in the middle of nowhere. Only following the navigation prescribed by Jochen, we continued uphill through an imaginary path through scrubland until we came to another road after another 200 m. If this path is used more often in the future, it may become a path again. Once at the top, we follow the forest path to the left. Climbing over felled tree trunks, after a few hundred meters we turn another forest road uphill to the summit of Wandbühl (there are no signposts here). Coming out of the forest you reach a large meadow with a great view. We did not find a board with a height indication on the Wandbühl. Then it goes back to the forest road on to Bohl, the next summit. On the way there we cross a large meadow landscape. Since all the meadows up there are not mown yet, they bloom in a variety of colors. It's just beautiful there. After a slight climb we reach the Bohl. This summit is our first summit, marked with the "Region of the Ten Thousands" panel and a height indication. After a short look back to the open meadow, it's off to the forest and downhill to the Deilinger chapel. From there we make a loop to the Rainen, with a stitch to the quarry, then again to cross the chapel and then continue in the direction of the already visible tower on a paved path, which we then leave to the right on a meadow path. However, after about 300 m, this path was no longer recognizable, so that we again follow the route prescribed by Jochen through the meadow to the Montschenloch. After the Montschenloch we continue towards the tower. Next to the tower is the house on the tower. However, this hut was closed on Thursday. From the meadow next to the house at the tower you have a great view towards Rottweil and the large 230 m high ThyssenKrupp elevator tower. Here we take our first break and enjoy the view. From there it goes downhill and we cross the village Delkhofen and move through meadows to Oberhohenberg, which stands out prominently in the landscape. At the beginning of the forest, the trail climbs steeply to the summit. From the castle ruins is as good as nothing left. On a single trail we run on the Albtrauf up to the high mountain. From there it goes steeply downhill and then again steeply uphill to Lviv, the highest mountain of our tour. There is also the farm Lemberghütte and a high observation tower. Then it goes down to Gosheim. The whole place we cross until we again on a forest road and after a steep climb on a single trail to the Hummelsberg run. From there it goes back towards Wehingen on easy paths without great gradients through the forest, interrupted again and again by meadows and a great view from the sweeping / white cross.
    Conclusion: Challenging hike, which starts a bit boring, but then always great. The last piece back to Wehingen is then not so interesting. But to reach the 10 thousands on one stroke, Wehingen is ideal as a start / finish.

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    • 06/21/2019

  • Marcus

    Chapeau you have done. Just discovered. Sounds very interesting. class
    The quarry, the bridge and also the summit cross attract me already magically.

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    • 06/22/2019

  • KISS

    Thumbs higher than high !!!! I also saved the tour and am already in the starting blocks. after the pictures I get even more greed.

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    • 06/22/2019

  • Jochen

    After your innumerable inspirations, I was glad that you saved my tour 2 weeks ago - and now the fast implementation! Great pictures and as always great description! Sorry - that I had not warned you - but you have mastered the 2-3 cross-country passages so well.

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    • 06/22/2019

  • Matthias Brandt

    Thanks Jochen for the great planning.

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    • 06/22/2019

  • Matthias Brandt

    I especially like the photo of the red Milan. That's what Annett made from the tower from above

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    • 06/22/2019

  • Jochen

    Yes - that's really strong!

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    • 06/22/2019

  • Nicolet

    What a tour! And what a pace. Are you running? Hats off.

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    • 06/23/2019

  • Matthias Brandt

    With me you have to always look at the time. 8.40 hours at 29 km. When I stand, Komoot says that I am currently traveling at 0.8 km / h. I do not pay attention to the stated speed. But I have to say that we are already on easy ways to walk properly.

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    • 06/23/2019

  • jo

    Nice tour - and marched tightly ...
    @KISS: I'm coming with ... :-)

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    • 06/23/2019

  • KISS

    @jo: unfortunately too late, today I went the tour ...

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    • 06/23/2019

  • Lemmi alias Schlumpf

    10,000 in one go, congratulations! And in addition impressive photos with the best directions.

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    • 06/24/2019

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