Charles Büttner



About Charles Büttner
Distance travelled

95.4 mi

Time in motion

31:56 h

Recent Activity
  1. Charles Büttner went on a Tour.

    June 28, 2021

    11.5 mi
    1.9 mph
    1,600 ft
    1,550 ft
  2. Charles Büttner planned a hike.

    June 23, 2021

    135 mi
    2.4 mph
    3,550 ft
    3,800 ft
  3. Charles Büttner went running.

    June 17, 2021

    1.79 mi
    4.5 mph
    75 ft
    50 ft
  4. Charles Büttner went for a bike ride.

    June 15, 2021

    6.57 mi
    4.3 mph
    200 ft
    175 ft
  5. Charles Büttner planned a bike ride.

    June 15, 2021

    12.6 mi
    9.4 mph
    725 ft
    725 ft
    1. Charles Büttner

      From the health resort Gohrisch, the Muselweg, the Jagdsteig, the Königsweg and the Alte Schulweg take you to Pfaffendorf. You climb through the narrow eye of the needle, a steep ascent over wooden and iron stairs, the Pfaffenstein. Via the gorge path you hike down towards Quirl. At the Pfaffendorf sports field, the Malerweg takes you to Königstein. You pass the town church and walk over the Latzweg to the foot of the Königstein fortress. You should plan an extra 2 hours for a visit to the fortress. You walk to Thürmsdorf on the old fortress road and the Kanonenweg. You cross the village, pass an old castle and walk along the edge of the forest to Weißig.

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      • June 6, 2021

    1. Charles Büttner

      From Schmilka, the Elbe ferry takes you to the Schmilka-Hirschmühle S-Bahn stop. You hike over the Aschersteig to Schöna. You meet the Caspar-David-Friedrich-Rundweg and follow it through the village to Wolfsberg. The path then continues to Reinhardtsdorf with its beautiful village church, which is well worth seeing in a rural baroque style. Through the village you get to the Krippenberg and walk along the Püschelweg. The Elysium and the Koppelbergsweg lead you to the Liethenmühle. You walk past her and leave the place via the old school path. You continue on the Malerweg and finally reach the Papststein via steps. After the ascent to the summit, you hike down again and then up to another Gohrisch (stone) table mountain. From here you can take the Muselweg to Gohrisch.

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      • June 6, 2021

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