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Mallorca: Puig de ses Bruixes ("Hexenberg") und Puig de Galdent

Mallorca: Puig de ses Bruixes ("Hexenberg") und Puig de Galdent

02:41
6.04 mi
2.2 mph
1,175 ft
1,175 ft
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Tour Overview

Starting Point
350 yd
Blick zum ersten Gipfel-Ziel - dem Puig de ses Bruixes
1.36 mi
Über den linken Kamm geht es gleich hoch zum Gipfel
Jetzt verlassen wir die Straße...
... und ein Pfad führt uns zum Puig de ses Bruixes hinauf
Unterweges gibt es bereits tolle Ausblicke
Das letzte Stück zum Gipfel ist etwas ruppiger
1.68 mi
1.68 mi
1.69 mi
1.69 mi
Heute musste ich die letzten 30 Meter leider weglassen...
Auf zum letzten Anstieg...
Tolle Aussicht auch kurz unterhalb des Gipfels
Aber die Aussicht war trotzdem sehr schön.
Blick zurück zum Gipfel des Puig de ses Bruixes
Der "Kammweg" führt durch tolle Vegetation...
2.13 mi
... ist dafür aber auch stellenweise etwas ruppig
2.15 mi
2.16 mi
Der zweite Gipfel - Puig des Galdent - ist bereits in Sicht
2.64 mi
Doch zunächst geht es noch weit hinab...
...und gefühlt als Bergziege wieder hinauf (90 Hm auf 200m)
Gleich sind wir auf dem Gipfel...
2.86 mi
2.86 mi
Die Aussicht (Rundumsicht) ist traumhaft
Der Abstieg beginnt... zunächst mit Steinmännchen markiert...
2.97 mi
Auch unterhalb des Gipfels gibt es tolle Ausblicke
Erst zwei... dann fünf...
Sehr schön anzuschauen... leider nur weit weg und nicht das passende Objektiv dabei
Ok, die Gefahr lauert wohl nicht nur in der Luft...
4.51 mi
Unverhofft kommt oft... das Tor ist verschlossen.
Die Rettung gab es ein Stück oberhalb... da mussten wir dann halt durch
Zurück auf öffentlichen Straßen...
..genießen wir nochmal den Blick zum Puig de ses Bruixes.
6.04 mi
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Andreas_Serenity4u and Bine_Serenity4u went for a hike.

November 29, 2022

Comments

  • Andreas_Serenity4u

    The promising tour takes us from the cemetery in the north-east of Llucmajor to the Witches' Mountain, the Puig de ses Bruixes and the Puig de Galdent (420 m above sea level).

    

    First we follow the little-used Camí de Galdent for about 800 m before we turn right onto the even less frequented Camí de Ferrutxelles

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    November 29, 2022
  • Starting point:

    At the cemetery in the northeast of Llucmajor

    

    Character:

    On the first and last stretch of road; otherwise forest paths and partly crisp paths with rough ground and not inconsiderable incline/decline. Sturdy shoes absolutely necessary!

    

    A notice:

    Please do not hike the tour like this, because

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    November 29, 2022
  • It's a dream, this weather and this light! And then it really seems to be a witch mountain, with the paths (and fence holes) you had to take!... 📷🙌👏🔝🤩🤩

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    November 30, 2022
  • Very beautiful! And with the closed gates and holes in fences to bypass the closed gate is a problem that Spain will probably not solve so quickly - unfortunately.

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    November 30, 2022
  • @Burkhard: Thank you Burkhard. Yes, luckily we chose the right place for the day and were able to enjoy a lot of warm sunlight ☀️🤗. The tour was very nice, even if the paths weren't always easy to hike and I even lay down on the slippery small stones.

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    December 1, 2022
  • @Karin: Thank you Karin. Unfortunately, you are right about the closed gates. That probably won't be resolved any time soon. Here you had to find the place in the fence first, because it was a good distance away. Where the gate is, the wall was over 1.5 m high and then there was another fence with barbed wire.

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    December 1, 2022
  • Hi Andreas! But you were lucky that there were no free-roaming dogs on the area with the gate! 😉 We had that years ago, we also unexpectedly ended up on private property. Suddenly loudly barking dogs appeared, we will never be able to do it again as fast as we climbed over a raised wall 😂

    Nice tour

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    December 3, 2022
  • @Frank: Hey Frank! We would have missed free-roaming dogs... but fortunately they only barked in the distance from a neighboring property. They should also have been very well behaved, because there weren't any fences, gates or anything like that in the mountains, or by the quarry or afterwards, which

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    December 4, 2022

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