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Schiefergrubenweg in Lütz

01:43
4.50 mi
2.6 mph
650 ft
625 ft

Tour Overview

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304 yd
0.45 mi
0.60 mi
0.83 mi
1.09 mi
1.09 mi
Florianshütte
Blick von der Hauslay
1.22 mi
1.73 mi
Unterführung für den Rollsbach
Das Bachbett des Rollsbach ist schiefergefüllt
1.93 mi
2.06 mi
2.23 mi
2.27 mi
2.98 mi
3.19 mi
3.29 mi
3.43 mi
3.87 mi
3.87 mi
3.98 mi
4.03 mi
4.11 mi
4.30 mi

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Done by Sabine

August 14, 2019

Comments

  • 🐕 Susi 🐾 und 👩 Bettina 🐌

    Very auspicious photos. If you ever find an open pit or tunnel, please say the same, right? ☺️🥰

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    • August 14, 2019

  • Sabine

    Scenic and historical interesting circular walk. Perfectly signposted, it leads the hiker past some disused mines. There are about twenty mines in the Lützbachtal and surroundings. Most are completely filled in and no longer recognizable. Only a few are still preserved as bat quarters. You can not climb the old tunnels.
    The trail is littered with benches and great views, such as. The Hauslay can be reached via a gnarled and schieferstufen path.
    The deep Rollsbachtal, which leads through a quaint forest, seems to have outgrown a fairytale forest. The small brook meanders through the valley, sometimes with a lot of water, in some places seemingly dried out.
    And almost at the end of the circular trail you descend over a crisp and root-strewn hillside path through a grape oak forest on Lützer height down.
    I find the many seats and cabins with beautiful views very pleasant.
    All in all, this is a small, scenic dream destination with a lot of local history.
    Extremely affectionate and infatuated.

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    • August 14, 2019

  • Sabine

    Hello Bettina, no, all closed or filled.

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    • August 14, 2019