2018 habe ich mit dem Wandern angefangen, seit 12/2019 mit komoot.
Ich liebe vor allem abwechslungsreiche naturbelassene Wege und ebenso abwechslungsreiche Landschaften.
The Hewensteig is a small but fine premium hike. We modified it a bit by taking Mandy's new way up. This is clearly the nicer path, a narrow natural path, on the left it goes steeply down. If it were the official hiking trail, they would surely have secured it 🙂.
September 25, 2021
I didn't plan this tour, just recorded it, Guido was my sister today.
From Merishausen a beautiful, narrow natural path leads steeply upwards, then we walk on gravel paths through the typical Randen landscape to the Hagenturm. The steps up are all completely made of bars - just don't look down, always look nice into the distance🥶.
The view is beautiful, but it's too hazy for the Alps or Feldberg. I venture a look down - it works!
The Wasserweltensteig leads in a V-shape to the Hagenturm and away again, we take the right path. We want to go to Hasebbuckhütte. When we cross the border into Germany, we realize that we are wrong. Komoot is no help, because today it refuses to show me any paths or place names. So the card has to be found. We have to go back to the Hagenturm and take the left Wasserweltensteigweg, a very nice, narrow natural path that brings us to the Hagenbuckhütte. The hut will be used by the SAV at the weekend
September 18, 2021
- 01:595.90 mi3.0 mph725 ft675 ft
The path leads along the Danube to the Jägerhaus, up to a detour into the forest to a lookout rock.
Wonderful to admire the rocks from below and to listen to the babbling of the Danube.
It goes steeply up to the Sperberloch, a large cave.
From the next lookout cliff, the view goes to Bronnen Castle - it is sublime on its rock - and down to the Danube and the Jägerhaus.
On beautiful nature trails we reach Stiegelesfelsen and Loibfelsen, the view from each rock is different.
The car park in Fridingen will be reached again too soon.
September 7, 2021
When I climb the Muliweg from Lautlingen, it is just light enough that I don't need a flashlight. In the lower part of the path, botany comes very close, if you are afraid of ticks, you better take a different path.
The view of the dawn from the bench, which can only be reached by scrambling, is nice.
Once at the top, I follow the Felsmeersteig eaves on beautiful nature trails, but don't go through Burgfelden, but rather descend a bit towards the Felsenmeer (which itself is not on the tour today) and then climb back up to Böllat, all on narrow nature trails.
At the Böllat at 7.30 a.m. there is a short breakfast (it is quite drafty), not a soul far and wide. From here I follow in the footsteps of the Albstadt Challenge, which took place recently, down to Laufen an der Eyach and then quite steeply up to the Gräbelesberg. Now I meet the first hikers and mountain bikers.
September 5, 2021
The descent begins with a beautiful nature trail, the signposted hiking trail then turns right, but I just stayed on the narrow path. It was getting more and more stinging, however, and there was a clear protest from my husband in his short trousers. So we went on again on gravel paths, past the Sennhof, where geese and residents eyed us suspiciously, and further on unsigned paths, some of which were then a bit overgrown again.
Thanks to nettles, we had good rheumatoid prophylaxis today🙂
September 4, 2021
If you go up from Binningen on the Hohenstoffeln, you get to the quarry halfway. The path leads on a plateau halfway up through the former quarry, which luckily is now under nature protection.
The quarry is beautiful 🥰. The meadow at his feet looks like an amphitheater. Shortly afterwards a small path branches off to the left - I overlooked it for the time being.
The nature trail is great, some of it nice and steep🥰🥰. When it is wet, it is certainly not a good idea. But you can also continue on the signposted hiking trail.
At the top there is a beautiful view on one peak, ruins on the second peak. Then I accidentally saved it when komoot stopped again. It continues in part 2.
September 4, 2021
A window of time opened up and it promised to be a beautiful evening. I asked for a few meters in altitude, so I drove to the Bisongehege hiking car park above Bodman.
From the Hohenbodman ruin (great view of the Überlingen Lake), where I don't stay long today, a beautiful natural path, soft from the rain but only a little slippery at the end, goes knee-friendly in large loops down to Bodman. The path leads past the castle park, and soon another nature path branches off to the right, a wonderful path, sometimes quite narrow on the steep slope, not as much used as the path to the Hohenbodman ruins, and at the end quite steep🥰🥰.
A beautiful view awaits me again at the top. I continue towards Liggeringen, a bit of the Way of St. James, then I step out of the forest above Liggeringen. A very nice place with a bench and a view of the Gnadensee and the Hegaubergen 🥰.
Now it goes down to Liggeringen and right away
August 31, 2021
Today three of us went through the beautiful Reiftal with its rock formations over the Mühlefelsen and the Schaufelsen to the Falkenstein Cave and the Falkenstein ruins.
I think the Höhenweg is one of the most beautiful in the Danube Valley. I love the rooty, rocky paths and the many viewpoints. The Falkenstein Cave is quite large and accessible from above.
We went back over the Danube Valley Cycle Path, we had to be careful not to be hit. But another ascent (and, above all, descent) on the Lenzenfelsen did not want to take part in the blistering feet of my fellow hikers.
August 27, 2021