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Felsenwege in der Vulkanregion Vogelsberg

01:21
5.04 mi
3.7 mph
475 ft
450 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
84 yd
0.80 mi
Immer wieder schöne kleine Eibenwäldchen.
1.25 mi
Uhu Klippen
Teufelstisch
1.26 mi
1.47 mi
1.59 mi
1.64 mi
1.64 mi
2.00 mi
Die Felsenburg
2.70 mi
3.40 mi
Spitzer Stein
Teufelskanzel
3.49 mi
3.93 mi
4.38 mi
Schwarzenbach
4.41 mi
4.77 mi
5.04 mi
Destination

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Marcus went for a hike.

August 14, 2019

Comments

  • Marcus

    Here in the Vogelsberg there is a highlight on the other side. At any rate, the region which has the largest contiguous volcanic area of Central Europe with 2500 km² impressed me very much. In addition to the wonderful hilly landscape that is reminiscent of the Allgäu, I was particularly impressed by the beech forests. They are wonderfully light-flooded and also noticeably low to my senses and thus have a very special effect. On the other hand, there are very special rock formations in the up to 750m high mountain range which are characterized by many volcanoes and plate displacements. My way here leads me through the forest past a large number of these rock elevations. First off the trail over a several hundred meters long rock later on the Uhu cliffs or the devil's table over. But if you are looking for views will find in the least of these rocks and should be a few miles further to the Hoherodskopf known for long-distance views. By the way, there are also raised bogs and a small lake district in the region. For cycling, the Bahnradweg offers because of its great views. At least I will not be here for the last time.

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    • August 17, 2019

  • WolfG

    Nice tour! Thanks for informative u. warm description. Makes you want to go hiking!

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    • August 18, 2019

  • ast887

    I can only join WolfG, thank you!

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    • August 18, 2019

  • Marcus

    Many thanks to you. The area really got me excited, even though I did not really have time to roam around. Next time I plan that one 😀

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    • August 18, 2019

  • Daniela

    Looks really nice, is definitely worth the visit!

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    • August 18, 2019

  • Marcus

    In any case, Daniela, was here only for cooking in summer camp and therefore had little time for excursions. But I've already made plans to stop by here again.

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    • August 19, 2019

  • Daniela

    Do you supervise summer camps? ☺ Have very good memories of camp and find something great. ☺

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    • August 19, 2019

  • Marcus

    Yes Daniela, again, so to speak. Almost every year as a leader and sometimes in the kitchen. Now it was more of an emergency. The ladder had to cook alone for one week in addition to the program last year, only four of them were then this year. That would not have worked so we joined again with joy and enthusiasm. It was really great and a great troupe.

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    • August 19, 2019

  • WolfG

    Pfadilager?

    • August 19, 2019

  • Marcus

    Unfortunately, I never did Wolfgang Pfadilager because we had no scouts in our community. I would have liked that too. Build a tent and lookout towers and steal a flag.
    Mostly we have been in houses in Switzerland back then ;-) ;-) seldom in the tent - only private.

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    • August 19, 2019

  • WolfG

    ... very similar to me! (yes, unfortunately!) For my daughter now fortunately all the more! 😇💚

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    • August 19, 2019

  • Marcus

    As you can see everything goes on. My big one is also my leader as a smaller participant. And as Daniela says always good memories 👍

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    • August 19, 2019