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Daniel B.

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About Daniel B.
Distance travelled

199 mi

Time in motion

61:05 h

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  1. Daniel B. went for a hike.

    July 11, 2020

    04:04
    12.0 mi
    3.0 mph
    1,950 ft
    1,950 ft
    Andreas Bell, Daniel B. and 8 others like this.
    1. Daniel B.

      One of the longer and more demanding premium routes in terms of altitude, but it is well distributed over three longer climbs (and there are many benches), a lot of forest, a few gorges and a beer garden in Onerlimberg (and at the starting point Hessmühle). There were also two closures, but that was no longer tragic. The path can be extended using two loops. We ran clockwise as recommended. For people with knees: there are a few steep descents. Overall a nice way. 6 hours 15 minutes with two longer breaks.wanderinstitut.de/premiumwege/saarland/idesbachpfad

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      • July 14, 2020

  2. Daniel B. went for a hike.

    July 4, 2020

    02:38
    7.51 mi
    2.9 mph
    1,125 ft
    1,050 ft
    Kessie Lilli, Andreas Bell and 12 others like this.
    1. Daniel B.

      Started in Otzenhausen. Very nice little round, the Celtic ring wall is definitely worth a visit, there is a little extra round over the area with many information boards. After the ring wall you reach the highest point of the Saarland on a path through a very beautiful piece of forest. Pass the Züscher Hammer and along the Nonnweiler dam back to the parking lot. The proportion of forest is high, beautiful views from the "Hunnenring" into the surroundings, the section on the Altbach / Züscher Hammer is very cozy with bubbling water.wanderinstitut.de/premiumwege/rheinland-pfalz/dollbergschleife

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      • July 5, 2020

  3. Daniel B. went for a hike.

    June 26, 2020

    01:59
    6.72 mi
    3.4 mph
    700 ft
    725 ft
    Daniel B., Kessie Lilli and 9 others like this.
    1. Daniel B.

      Small tour through the forest. The Rigelsberg-Holz section has a beautiful route past some views with a sensory bench, the fountain at the hiking hut is a great refreshment opportunity. The part of Holz-Riegelsberg is simply the unspectacular way back and you can hear the A1 rushing now and then.

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      • June 26, 2020

  4. Daniel B. went for a hike.

    June 25, 2020

    02:25
    8.45 mi
    3.5 mph
    775 ft
    800 ft
    Patricia, Volker and 9 others like this.
    1. Daniel B.

      Very nice hiking trail for all seasons, as it is easy to walk, little altitude difference, also suitable for beginners. "The path offers varied paths and always wide views in both countries of the border region. Half of it leads through forest and shady hedge strips." That also means a lot about meadows and fields.Tips for resting: War memorial after km 5 (great panoramic view, benches, table) and the Ihner pond after km 8.5. There you can relax on the benches and watch the water.From the pond you can make a detour to the Sudelfels spring sanctuary.wanderinstitut.de/premiumwege/saarland Grenzblickweg/

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      • June 26, 2020

  5. Daniel B. went for a hike.

    June 12, 2020

    02:56
    9.99 mi
    3.4 mph
    875 ft
    900 ft
    Kessie Lilli, Edgar und Alice and 12 others like this.
    1. Daniel B.

      4 hours with coffee break at the lakeTwo premium trails combined, from Girtenmühle follow the Bergener in the running direction when the high forest is reached (shortly after the sensory bench at the quarry), turn left and follow again until you reach the Bergner again. Turn left again towards the destination. For whom it may be another 2 km: Follow the table tour to the Scheiden viewpoint, the path then crosses the high forests again.The Bergener alone is the prettier of the two, but I always thought. It's a shame that it doesn't run long at the reservoir. Voila.You can reward yourself on the way at the reservoir (but the coffee costs € 2.30, with cake € 5.10) or at the end in the Girtenmühle.wanderinstitut.de/premiumwege/saarland/der-hochwaelder
      wanderinstitut.de/premiumwege/saarland/extratour-der-bergener

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      • June 12, 2020

  6. Daniel B. went for a hike.

    June 11, 2020

    02:29
    8.38 mi
    3.4 mph
    1,175 ft
    1,100 ft
    Moni S., Andreas Bell and 17 others like this.
    1. Daniel B.

      The section in the Sollbachtal is really nice, the second half less exciting. The path has a very high proportion of forest, up in Vogelsbüsch (there is also half-time gastronomy: doesterhof.de, but was not in there). The path share is high. At the end of the recommended running direction, the path divides to the right along the Prims (flat) or to the left to the viewpoint on Bardenbach. The descent is secured by a steel cable, as it is really steep and a little bumpy. Good footwear is needed. Otherwise, it is not an absolute beginner's tour, as you have to climb an ascent every now and then (two at the beginning ;-)Info:
      saar-hunsrueck-steig.de/traumschleifen/weg-des-wassers

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      • June 11, 2020

  7. Daniel B. went for a hike.

    May 31, 2020

    01:21
    4.64 mi
    3.4 mph
    350 ft
    325 ft
    Daniel B., Edgar und Alice and 13 others like this.
    1. Daniel B.

      Small round through the hut forest in Dillingen. The starting point is the Jewish cemetery in Diefflen. The first part leads through old trees, then it goes along the Haienbach (two crossings, but it is dry anyway), to the cenotaph and back to the start. Very easy 😁

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      • May 31, 2020

  8. Daniel B. went for a hike.

    May 29, 2020

    04:12
    13.4 mi
    3.2 mph
    1,725 ft
    1,750 ft
    Andreas Bell, Edgar und Alice and 22 others like this.
    1. Daniel B.

      The premium hiking trail "Litermont-Sagenweg" with the addition of the Litermont summit and a detour to the Sodixbrunnen (Judenborn). 5 h 15 minI ran 15 kg more on the ribs at the beginning of the Premiumweg period and was at the hut after 15 km at the end. I say: nothing for beginners. Quite long and various meters in altitude. Then I no longer dared to go and now I wanted to know.I started at one of the deep points :-) (parking lot Friedhof Hausstadt) to have the exhausting parts in the first half. the exact route description of the legendary trail can be found here:urlaub.saarland/Media/Touren/Traumschleife-Litermont-SagenwegThe highlights are the Kondeler Bach -> Quarry section, the Litermont summit and the Düppenweiler copper mine with a walk-in gallery (which is always open at least during the day).From the Grauen Stein I followed the summit tour and left it near the Herchenbachstiege to come back to the Sagenweg. At the end of the descent from Weltersberg, follow the sign to the Sodixbrunnen, enjoy the cool water and back to the main path.Attention: there are two pastures and there may actually be cows (see pictures, fortunately at the other end of the pasture).High proportion of trails, lots of views, lots of forest, but now and then meadows

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      • May 29, 2020

  9. Daniel B. went for a hike.

    May 21, 2020

    01:34
    5.00 mi
    3.2 mph
    600 ft
    650 ft
    Andreas Bell, Kessie Lilli and 11 others like this.
    1. Daniel B.

      That's something special: a jungle close to the city and a premium hiking trail with very beautiful sections and narrow paths. And typically Saarland: If you look, you will recognize the traces of industrial culture, e.g. the "little Fuji". Great: gastronomy right on the way: Forsthaus Neuhaus and Naturfreundehaus Kirschheck.I always like to go this way. However, I notice that the formerly swampy areas, the streams and ponds are losing more and more water.Information about the route:
      urlaub.saarland/Media/Touren/Urwald-Tour

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      • May 21, 2020

  10. Daniel B. went for a hike.

    May 16, 2020

    03:06
    9.92 mi
    3.2 mph
    1,250 ft
    1,200 ft
    Edgar und Alice, Kessie Lilli and 13 others like this.
    1. Daniel B.

      The two premium hiking trails Hirn-Gallenberg-Tour (HGT) and Der Gisinger combine to a nice round over the Gau (and down into the Itzbachtal) with two smaller deviations, which are not a must, so you can follow the signs. The viewpoint on the Gallenberg is omitted, but there are enough prospects. Nice balance between forest and field and path and better developed paths. From the Gisingen car park, follow the signs in the recommended direction until the HGT is crossed on the way to the Gallenberg, turn left there and follow it until shortly before the model airfield (then you have almost the entire HGT) and turn left again onto the Gisinger. My highlights: the village fountain with hut in Rammelfangen, the Weinbach gorge behind Rammelfangen, the view from the Gallenberg tower, the rest area with a fountain at the end of the limestone steps. The tour has 2 climbs, where I need quite a bit of air :-)

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      • May 17, 2020

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