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About bergisch4

Touristikverein Bergischer Rhein Sieg Kreis e.V.
Nutzen Sie unsere Routenvorschläge für Ihre Wanderung durch unser schönes Bergisch hoch vier

Distance travelled

250 mi

Time in motion

33:17 h

Recent Activity
  1. bergisch4 planned a hike.

    September 22, 2015

    00:28
    1.37 mi
    3.0 mph
    50 ft
    50 ft
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  2. bergisch4 went for a hike.

    January 20, 2014

    04:21
    9.88 mi
    2.3 mph
    900 ft
    900 ft
    Alexanderstory, Sandra and 6 others like this.
    1. bergisch4

      Why an English king has chamomile at the coronation, what the sweaty "medicine cabinet" of the elderberry can do and how yarrow used to help against school-hunger - all this can be discovered on the herb trail in Neunkirchen-Seelscheid. The 15.8-kilometer circular route leads from the district of Seelscheid into the nature reserves of Wenigerbach and Naafbachtal. Along the way, the hiker will learn interesting facts, legends and practicalities about medicinal plants, which can still be found today in the Bergisches Land on twelve information boards."Before the elder you have to take off your hat" is an old saying. But stinging nettle, wild mallow and St. John's wort have healing powers that are barely known today. Already Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet knew about the wound healing effect of plantain. And birch mushrooms were also found in the approximately 5,300-year-old glacier mummy "Ötzi" - a remedy for gastrointestinal complaints.In addition to interesting time travel, the "Kräuterweg" offers practical tips - for tasty recipes for the kitchen as well as for the healing effects of chamomile and Co. But beware: Before you treat yourself with medicinal herbs, please ask your doctor or pharmacist!

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      • January 20, 2014

  3. bergisch4 went for a hike.

    January 20, 2014

    03:18
    7.46 mi
    2.3 mph
    550 ft
    600 ft
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      This ramble accompanies the hiker on a 12-kilometer circular route to a number of places that were vital for Heinrich Böll and his wife Annemarie between 1944 and 1946. In the former parish hall of Marienfeld, for example, the young couple found refuge in November 1944 after their apartment in Cologne had been destroyed by bombs and they could not stay in an emergency shelter on the Ahr.In the village Bruchhausen the soldier Heinrich Böll reported back to the troop in March 1945, after he had extended several times his "home leave" illegally with the help of a Mucher doctor. The Böllweg also leads to Neßhoven, where the now pregnant Annemarie Böll found a new home before she gave birth on July 20, 1945 in the Mucher St. Josefs-Haus son Christoph. A few weeks later, the infant died as a result of a vomiting diarrhea. His parents buried him in the cemetery of Marienfeld. The "Böllweg" also leads there, which, in addition to unique insights into the life of the Bölls, sheds light on the former relationship between natives and quartered refugees.

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      • January 20, 2014

  4. bergisch4 went for a hike.

    January 20, 2014

    03:28
    7.83 mi
    2.3 mph
    850 ft
    800 ft
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      On the 12.6-kilometer circular trail richly illustrated information boards accompany hikers in the history of agriculture, show how the potato began its triumphal procession in Germany and why the asparagus is a real spring bird.Not only great hikers can learn interesting things about life on the farm on this STREIFZUG. Each of the eleven information boards also offers child-friendly texts with the mouse from the "broadcast with the mouse" for little hikers.

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      • January 20, 2014

  5. bergisch4 went for a hike.

    January 20, 2014

    03:09
    7.15 mi
    2.3 mph
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    1. bergisch4

      How the people around Ruppichteroth bring their lives for centuries "under roof and subject", shows this 11.5-kilometer circular route to half-timbered houses in the region. It explains how beams, rods and a mixture of clay and dung create a half-timbered wall. Passed down from generation to generation is the art of carpenters to connect beams to a stable construction. The fact that they use neither screws nor iron nails may be as surprising as the age-old carpentry tradition of embarking with a bundle of belongings during the first years of journeying on the "Walz".Eight illustrated information boards on the wayside draw attention, among other things, to the history of particularly prominent half-timbered buildings, explain historical door-to-door expressions and explain what's unique about the musical "Bergisches Drei klang". As the Niedersächsische Hallenhaus came to the Bergische, the Wanderer learns on the way as well as the backgrounds, which led to the distinctive barn formation of the "Wild Man".Also exciting are the insights into the scientific method of dating millennia-old tree trunks using the annual rings in the wood itself. Anyone who has come to know the many facets of half-timbered construction on the left and on the right side of the road will want to discover the world of the Bergisches Fachwerk on their next tour through a historic Bergisch town center without much ado.

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      • January 20, 2014

  6. bergisch4 went for a bike ride.

    June 25, 2011

    15.3 mi
    -- mph
    1,275 ft
    1,300 ft
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      This challenging and scenic round trip connects the three main towns of the Bröltalgemeinde (Ruppichteroth, Winterscheid and Schönenberg). It leads first from Ruppichteroth uphill to "Caluna" with a magnificent view of the Bröltal.
      Continue into the Nutscheid, the largest contiguous forest area in the Bergisches Land Nature Park, as well as on a flat track over the historic "Roman Road" with wonderful views to the Westerwald and the Siebengebirge by foot downhill to the Derenbachtal. Steep uphill, the trail then leads into the "Gold Village" Winterscheid and towards Hatterscheid through the countless Nesselrodeschen Hochwald down to Bröleck. On the Bröltal-Radweg it goes on a level track past the town hall in Schönenberg and at the castle ruin Herrenbröl back to Ruppichteroth.

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      • December 30, 2013

  7. bergisch4 went for a bike ride.

    June 25, 2011

    15.8 mi
    -- mph
    1,200 ft
    1,225 ft
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    1. bergisch4

      From Neunkirchen the route runs into the wooded Wendbachtal and up to the height of Niederwennerscheid. After the picturesque Wahnbachtal at Hausermühle after a further increase a main town of the municipality is reached: Seelscheid. Parallel to the well-known traffic artery, the ancient Zeithstraße, the path leads through meadows and fields to a lookout point with breathtaking panoramic views.
      Another highlight is the three-crown lime tree near Pohlhausen. The route then leads via Hochhausen and Franzhäuschen to Gut Umschoß and the dam of the Wahnbachtalsperre near Seligental. From Wolperath can be reached after a short drive the central Neunkirchen the community. From a distance, the view of the tower of the Catholic Church of St. Margaret, the landmark of Neunkirchen. The town offers numerous restaurants and e-bike charging and rental stations.

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      • December 30, 2013

  8. bergisch4 went for a bike ride.

    June 25, 2011

    21.1 mi
    -- mph
    1,475 ft
    1,425 ft
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    1. bergisch4

      From the church square Much the path leads over the main road in the direction of Drabenderhöhe. To the left of the track is the castle Overbach from the 15th century. In the village of Niederwahn it goes on Roßhohn and Oberdorf on to Henningen. From there you soon reach the highest point of the municipality Much, the Heckberg, which offers beautiful views to the Siebengebirge.From there the route leads right through a forest area into the village Drabenderhöhe and further in the direction of Marienfeld. Behind Ophausen, the route runs along a cycle path along the secluded Bröl. Shortly before the dam, it goes right up to the idyllic Tüschenbonnen. The route continues uphill via Birrenbachshöhe to Wohlfahrt and back down to the Wahnbachtal. Passing the Herrenteich uphill to Sommerhausen on a mountain trail, which offers beautiful views. Shortly after you reach the main town Much again.

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      • December 30, 2013

  9. bergisch4 went for a bike ride.

    June 25, 2011

    24.7 mi
    -- mph
    1,925 ft
    1,925 ft
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      Start is at Honrath station in Lohmar. From there, it goes uphill towards Honrath. After passing the district Wickuhl you reach the farm estate Schiefelbusch. Then it goes past Dachskuhl up to the Gammersbacher mill and the impressive castle Sülz. After the village of Bach, the now wooded route climbs up to the farm Altenrath and leads back to Lohmar via the so-called Panzerstraße.On the right bank of the Agger and along the Sülz via Euelen, in Donrath you will again find an Agger cycle path. Over a small wooden bridge, the path, flanked by the Agger, through forest and field to the campsite in Peisel. Shortly before you turn right towards Kreuznaaf, from where you get into the idyllic Naafbachtal. Behind Ingersauel, the path climbs back onto the ridge and at Leyenhaus it goes back down into the valley - so variety is taken care of. From Overath the bike path runs along the B484 back towards Lohmar to Honrath station.

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      • December 30, 2013

  10. bergisch4 went mountain biking.

    January 1, 2010

    02:58
    18.5 mi
    6.2 mph
    875 ft
    875 ft
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