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About 🦣 Mammut Frank 🏒🥅👨🏼‍🚒🚒

👑 Königreich Württemberg 👑
Furchtlos und treu
.....und als der liebe Gott die Welt erschuf, fragte er sie Steine :
„Steine, wollt ihr Schwaben sein?“
Die Steine antworteten traurig und leise:
„ würden wir schon gern, doch wir sind nicht hart genug!“ 😊✌

Distance travelled

438 mi

Time in motion

141:57 h

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  1. 🦣 Mammut Frank 🏒🥅👨🏼‍🚒🚒 went for a hike.

    about 7 hours ago

    02:59
    10.0 mi
    3.4 mph
    1,900 ft
    1,900 ft
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    1. 🦣 Mammut Frank 🏒🥅👨🏼‍🚒🚒

      HelloThis hike starts from the parking lot at the Kreuzeiche stadium on the Markwasen sports and leisure area in Reutlingen. Past the lakes and the stadium in the direction of Reutlingen, my way goes right through Reutlingen. You can see my two destinations from afar - the Achalm, Reutlingen's local mountain, 706.5 m above sea level. NN and the Georgenberg 601.7 m above sea level. NN. The path goes steeply uphill, partly over steps. There is a beautiful view from the Hotel & Restaurant Achalm. The path continues steeply up to the Achalm and the castle ruins. When you reach the top, you will be rewarded with a top all-round view. Just enjoy!de.wikipedia.org/wiki/AchalmAfter descending the Achalm, the hike continues towards Reutlingen-Pfullingen in the direction of the Georgenberg. You then walk through a beautiful allotment garden with the "Monte Schorsch" kiosk before climbing steep paths, some of them steps, to the Georgenberg. From the Georgenberg you also have a wonderful all-round view of Reutlingen and the Swabian Alb.de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgenberg_(Reutlingen)After the descent, you come back on beautiful forest paths in the direction of the Markwasen sports and leisure area, past the Reutlingen swimming pool. Once again a nice view of the Kreuzeiche stadium and the lakes, which were now slightly frozen, as well as the Monte Kiki elevation.de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monte_KikiNow you are back at the parking lot.A beautiful hike across Reutlingen with two mountains with a steep ascent and an ingenious view that is really worth it. A must have.
      Maybe you should plan a little more time than me.
      Many greetings from youMammoth Frank

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      • about 3 hours ago

  2. Sabine & Kiwi, JuSieKu and 9 others like this.
    1. 🦣 Mammut Frank 🏒🥅👨🏼‍🚒🚒

      HelloThis hike begins in Pflullingen in the Reutlingen district on the parking lot at the Pflullinger Sagenweg.
      Right at the beginning you pass the Schillerlinde boundary stone. You already have a beautiful view of the Georgenberg as well as the Achalm and Pfullingen and the surrounding area. The path leads north around the Ursulaberg towards Eningen under Achalm. Even at the club for dog lovers you have a very nice view of the Mädlesfels, at least now in autumn the rock is well noticeable. A beautiful zigzag path leads up to the Mädlesfelsen at 774 m above sea level. NN. But the ascent is rewarded with a super brilliant view. The most striking thing about the view from the Mädlesfels is the Achalm near Reutlingen with its perfect cone shape. The Achalm is not a volcano, but just a remnant of the Alb plateau, which used to extend much further north. Mountains with this story are also called witness mountains. At the foot of the Achalm you can see the town of Eningen under Achalm.
      jaeger-vom-maedlesfels.de/Die-SageImmediately after a few meters comes the Übersberg estate, where you can watch beautiful horses. There is also a restaurant with a beer garden. Continue on beautiful forest paths a little downhill to Elisenhütte 676 m above sea level. NN. A kilometer later there are beautiful viewpoints and the next refuge, the Ernsthütte 658 m above sea level. NN. Shortly afterwards you come to another lookout point, the Kugelberg. From here you also have a great view that is worth it. Further downhill you come to the sleeping count of several beautiful wooden sculptures that want to be discovered on the Pfullinger Sagenweg. A multitude of stories and legends entwine around Pfullingen, which take shape on this circular route through the figures carved by the wood saw artist Billy Tröge. A wooden “Remmsele” reliably shows the way. The next sculpture on my way is the lying Urschel, which looks down on Pfullingen. From here you also have a great view of Pfullingen, also a must have! Now you pass the Pfullinger ski jump before I passed the Haule sculptures and the Urschel's face.albtips.de/2020/08/07/kurztour-auf-dem-pfullinger-sagenwegAt the end of this hike, you have the opportunity to rest on the panoramic lounger next to the parking lot and enjoy the view.A nice hike with great viewpoints and beautiful panoramic views. With a few meters of altitude, so that you can work up a sweat even in late autumn, at least if you hike it as quickly as I do. Or just plan more time, this increases the enjoyment factor 😊Many greetings yoursMammoth Frank

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      • 4 days ago

  3. Wolfgang H., Sabine & Kiwi and 26 others like this.
    1. 🦣 Mammut Frank 🏒🥅👨🏼‍🚒🚒

      HelloThis beautiful hike begins at the large parking lot at the Naturfreundehaus on Schönbuch near Herrenberg. Right at the beginning you get to the Schönbuchturm. The Schönbuchturm is a 35 m high observation tower on the Stellberg in western Schönbuch, northeast of Herrenberg district of Böblingen. The tower is supported by eight goblet-like masts made of glued, local larch wood, which are interrupted by three viewing platforms at 10, 20 and 30 meters high. The masts are braced to the foundation by a steel cable network. The platforms can be reached via two helical steel stairs. The view covers the plains of the Heckengäu and Korngäu, large parts of the Schönbuch, the Swabian Alb and the Black Forest. So be sure to walk up the 320 steps, the panoramic view is awesome. Then it goes into the nature park Schönbuch. Over beautiful forest paths or single trail forest paths / paths you come to a small wooden bridge in the middle of the forest where the "Kalte Bronnen" ⛲ is fenced. After about 5 kilometers you come to the Johannes Konath Eiche, a mighty oak with a large bench, ideal for a little rest. Johannes Konath (1907-1970) was a forest ranger and forest master of the Hildrizhausen community, a respected, tall and supposedly strong man. Shortly afterwards you come to the old forest house and the Fuchsbau café. Continuing further through the Schönbuch you come to a natural deepening south of Altdorf in the Liassandstein that have a certain similarity to prints from donkey fights. According to popular legend, Jesus is said to have ridden a donkey here. In 1840, the quake house forester Vogelmann had a sandstone slab with a carved donkey track set in order to identify the place. Next to it is the donkey linden tree. You can still get to the Diebsteig junction via the most beautiful forest paths. Due to a lot of foliage and forestry, I had a little difficulty recognizing the branch or had to deviate from it at short notice. At first the junction is still flat, but then it goes steeply downhill until you reach the Golderbachstalweg. A beautiful path rewards you for this in the immediate vicinity, the Goldersbach meanders along. Now you come to the Goldersbach refuge with a barbecue and rest area. Just a stone's throw away is a barbecue and rest area directly on the Goldersbach. A little later you come to a small fountain in Schönbuch, the Rohrbrunnen. The Fischbach hut is also included. Shortly afterwards you come to another refuge, the Steighau hut.
      At the nature reserve Grafenberg am Schönbuchrand lies on the districts Mönchberg and Kayh, districts of Herrenberg. Nature and the landscape are shaped here by the edge of the Schönbuch slope with its steep southern drop and the Grafenberg, which emerges as a mountain spur. The altitude extends from approx. 470 m to 561 m above sea level and offers a wide view of the Gäuplatten to the edge of the Black Forest. Be sure to linger a moment and enjoy. Continuing on along the Schönbuchtraufkante, past several beautiful vantage points, including Kaiserwirt's Bergle, you come to the Peter-Schanz-Weg. Also on this way you have the possibility of a beautiful view of the Gäu. Now you come to the Stirners-Jagdhütte, a beautiful hut with a wooden balcony / terrace, before you come out of the Schönbuch to the parking lot at the Naturfreundehaus, my starting point.
      Anyone who has fun and enjoyment at top vantage points (including Schönbuchturm and Grafenberg) as well as beautiful forest paths / single trail paths, mighty trees Schutz, beautiful shelters, great barbecue and resting places, and all of this with relatively little altitude, will love this hike the Schönbuch nature park, the oldest nature park in Baden-Württemberg. Its deep forests in the middle of the metropolitan area are unique.Many greetings yoursMammoth Frank

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      • 6 days ago

  4. Bernhard Neumayer, Martina and 10 others like this.
    1. 🦣 Mammut Frank 🏒🥅👨🏼‍🚒🚒

      HelloThis short hike begins at the gates of Reutlingen at the Markwasen sports and leisure area. There is a nice information board at the parking lot. A beautiful wooden footbridge in the forest leads to the Breitenbachsee right at the beginning of the tour. A beautiful lake with great trees and several nice resting benches. We leave the lake area over a beautiful wooden bridge and come to several barbecue areas and a large barbecue hut - Marktwasen / young cattle pasture. You will pass an allotment garden colony on beautiful forest paths. Then you get to the Marktwasen wildlife reserve. With a bit of luck you can see wild animals there, but definitely also some ancient, beautiful, large trees. Towards the end of this hike, you walk past the Reutlingen Nature Theater. Now you walk out of the forest and have a beautiful view of Reutlingen, the Kreuzeiche stadium and the Achalm.A nice little hike in the 85-hectare sports and leisure park with several lakes and ponds, a good network of hiking and walking trails that can be extended or shortened as desired.Many greetings yoursMammoth Frank

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      • November 17, 2020

  5. Sabine & Kiwi, Anja and 11 others like this.
    1. 🦣 Mammut Frank 🏒🥅👨🏼‍🚒🚒

      HelloThis hike with the best 🌞 late autumn weather 🍂🍁 begins in Metzingen in the Reutlingen district.
      At the beginning you pass the Herlishäusle.
      The Herlishäusle was built in 1846. It was built for the vineyard keepers who had a good view of the vineyard from there. In 1890 it was increased and the first inscriptions come from this year.
      The origin of the name is not entirely clear, as is the spelling Herlis or Härles, although one now wants to agree on Herlis. The term probably comes from viticulture and describes the shoots of the vine. The Metzinger Weinberg Tower is just above it.
      The wine adventure trail, which winds around the Metzinger and Neuhauser vineyards and provides interesting information about viticulture in the area, is also interesting. At the edge of the vineyard is the Naturfreundehaus Falkenberg, which invites you to stop. Now it goes along the Gustav-Ströhmfeld-Weg, a journey through the history of the landscape in the biosphere area Swabian Alb. First past beautiful orchards to the Raupental hiking car park below Vom Kohlberg / Jusi. Now it goes steeply uphill, the altitude of this hike must come from somewhere. But it is definitely worth it, because when you reach the top you are rewarded with a wonderful panoramic view. The Jusi, also Jusiberg or Jusenberg, is 672.6 m above sea level. NHN high mountain on the Albtrauf south of Kohlberg and east of the Neuffen district of Kappishäuser in the Esslingen district in Baden-Württemberg. A memorial stone as well as a panoramic view information board as well as benches and a refuge with barbecue and rest area are also available. As the hike continues, the area consists of two parts, the disused quarry and the forest on the Jusenberg that adjoins Jusi. Here at the Hörnle quarry you can also see very well what was torn up by human hands and slowly but surely was brought back by nature. Over beautiful forest paths with great vantage points you can climb again to the Karlslinde, a small rest area with a great view. The Karlslinde was planted in 1871 as the Friedenslinde and named after the Württemberg King Karl. Below the Karlslinde there is a refuge with a barbecue and rest area on the edge of the path in the middle of the forest, ideal for a break. Through the forest past the Schillingskreuz a memorial place over beautiful paths with several great viewpoints on the castle Hohenneuffen you get to the school forest Neuhausen which was created in 1965. Another small ascent takes you up to the Hofbühl, an elevation with a great view. There is also a barbecue area here. As well as a memorial stone for those who fell from World War I. When you go back down from the Hofbühl you have a beautiful view of the Metzingen vineyards. From the Hofbühlbrünnele you can also relax on a bench and enjoy the wonderful panorama of the vineyards. Now towards the end of the hike you walk through the beautiful vineyards with a great view of Metzingen.
      All in all a beautiful hike - those who are not afraid of the vertical meters will be rewarded with a great panoramic view in many places. There are enough barbecue and resting places as well as beautiful forest paths on this tour and beautiful vineyards. It's definitely worth it 👍Many greetings yoursMammoth Frank

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      • November 15, 2020

  6. Bernhard Neumayer, Sabine & Kiwi and 10 others like this.
    1. 🦣 Mammut Frank 🏒🥅👨🏼‍🚒🚒

      HelloThis hike starts this time in Ringingen, a district of Burladingen in the Zollernalb district. The path led me to the Hohenringingen castle ruins, also known as the "Sewing Mountain".
      de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruine_Hohenringingen
      There you have a very nice panoramic view of the area around Ringingen. A large part of this tour goes on the Kreuzfelsenweg along beautiful paths. The next ruin on my hike is the Ringelstein ruin, it is located between Ringingen and Burladingen.
      de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruine_Ringelstein
      A little later you come to a beautiful lookout point where you have a great view of the Alb. Right around the corner is a wooded knoll, the Titusenköpfle. Another beautiful place with a bench and a panoramic lounger and a memorial stone. From here you also have a beautiful view and can ideally take a little rest and enjoy the peace and quiet. After a short time you will reach the Höllenstein / Karst cave. This cave is located above Burladingen. The Hochwacht ruin lies almost above the cave. From her you have a great view of the Fehlatal. The Kreuzfelsen is also in the immediate vicinity. A beautiful rock with a large white cross on it. From here you also have a wonderful view of Burladingen and the upper Fehlatal. The tour tends towards the end over beautiful forest paths and takes you through Burladingen and, at the very end, through Ringingen, before you get back to the starting point.
      albtips.de/2020/05/31/ringelstein-titusenkoepfle-kreuzfelsenA nice autumn hike with a medium distance, those who like to look at castle ruins and beautiful viewpoints will like this hike.Many greetings yoursMammoth Frank

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      • November 10, 2020

  7. Sabine & Kiwi, Martina and 9 others like this.
    1. 🦣 Mammut Frank 🏒🥅👨🏼‍🚒🚒

      HelloThis hike begins at the Lochenstein car park near Balingen in the Zollernalb district. After one kilometer you can enjoy a brilliant view of Balingen and its suburbs from the Schinderlucke lookout point. The path continues to practice the high alpine path through the Hülenbuchwiesen nature reserve to the memorial stone for the fallen of the 4th mountain division on the Lochenhörnle. In addition, one has a wonderful foresight from the Hörnle. There are also some benches to relax in. Immediately afterwards you come to another beautiful lookout point to the Hakenfels. This beautiful hike continues through a forest. Some time later you come to the Tieringer Barefoot Path, a beautifully laid out path. You then get to the Schischem origin via the Schischem hiking trail. A few meters later you come to a nice barbecue and rest area with a small hut. Various trees are also planted there and are nicely explained with a wooden board. Shortly afterwards you come to a small cave called the Hollow Oven. Now the path leads past a stud in Tieringen. Further along beautiful forest paths you have another wonderful view of Hausen am Tann before you get back to the Lochenstein parking lot.All in all a nice little autumn hike 🍁🍂 with wonderful viewpoints.schwaebischealb.de/touren/hochalbpfad-tieringer-hoernle-in-messstettenMany greetings yoursMammoth Frank

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      • November 8, 2020

  8. Andythecat, Andy and 9 others like this.
    1. 🦣 Mammut Frank 🏒🥅👨🏼‍🚒🚒

      HelloThis short hike starts in Mössingen in the Tübingen district. After around 1 km you will reach the natural monument "Four Oaks" 🌳🌳🌳🌳 The path continues towards Nehren to a panoramic lounger with a view of the cherry field. Shortly afterwards you reach the barbecue and rest area with the "Schwanholz" refuge in Nehren. Immediately afterwards you come to the "Trees of the Year" nature trail. The tree of the year has been planted there since 1990 and is explained very nicely on a wooden board next to it. A little later you get to the NABU Nehren house where you can see the "life tower" and a beautiful wooden fountain. Also included is a barefoot path created by NABU 2011. Adjacent is the "Deffnerteich" organic area. Now you come fully into the autumnal First Forest on the Früchtetrauf Premium Weg. Now follows the first forest section "Jägerwegle", this leads one over 2 wonderful wooden bridges, which were renewed by the colleagues of the fire brigade Nehren and the THW Ofterdingen in 2015 towards the resting place thick oak. Continuing through the Firstwald you come to the Firstberg. From which you have a wonderful view of Mö.-Öschingen and the Albtrauf. The castle hump from the former First Castle is located on this Firstberg. The castle was demolished in 1756. A nice sign reminds of this. The path continues over the orchards from Öschingen in the direction of Mössingen to the Lauferwald-Bänkle, a beautiful viewing bench made by Forst BW with the coordinates on it. Shortly afterwards you come to the Laferwald / Lauferwald rest area, from which you have a beautiful view of Mössingen and the Farrenberg with Dreifürstenstein. You get back to the starting point in Mössingen through the beautiful little biotope at "Pfarrersgrund".
      All in all, a nice little hike, on beautiful but partly slippery forest trails through the Firstwald.
      moessingen.de/firstwaldrundeMany greetings yoursMammoth Frank

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      • November 7, 2020

  9. Anja, Martina and 6 others like this.
    1. 🦣 Mammut Frank 🏒🥅👨🏼‍🚒🚒

      HelloThis five castle ruins hike begins in Schramberg in the central Black Forest. Since this hike is a little longer at 25 kilometers and also comes over partly very steep and challenging paths with almost 1000 meters in altitude, you should definitely have good footwear and a good physical condition. Maybe plan a little more time than I allowed myself to do.
      After a few meters from the parking lot, you will come across the pedestrian zone with the Narrenbrunnen as well as the beautiful Schramberg town hall and St. Maria Church.
      A little later you pass the Ehret Chapel before you come to the first castle ruins of this tour. The Schilteck ruins are the ruins of a spur castle north of the city of Schramberg. You have a great view from the all in all somewhat smaller castle ruins.
      de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruine_Schilteck
      After a further 2.5 kilometers, I come to the second castle ruin of my beautiful hike. The Hohenschramberg castle ruins, also known as Nippenburg, are the ruins of a spur castle on the Schlossberg in Schramberg. It is a large castle complex with a terrific great view!
      de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hohenschramberg
      Shortly afterwards you come to the Gräfin-Elisabeth-Felsen viewpoint. A relatively small rock with a bit of a view of the central Black Forest. The Lauterbach waterfalls can be reached via beautiful but also very steep hiking trails through the sea of rocks. Small but very beautiful waterfalls. Ideal for cooling off in summer. Right there is the Trombach, a small, fine memorial. Ideal to take a moment to relax. After about 11 kilometers you come to a beautiful vantage point from which Schramberg and the Swabian Alb can be seen very nicely. In the immediate vicinity right on the edge of the forest is a very beautiful handcrafted bench that invites you to rest. The path continues over the Rammsteinhöhe, where you can watch the cows in the pasture. Now you come to the Kapellhof with a beautiful view and the Rammstein Chapel. A nice little chapel, be sure to go inside. Shortly afterwards you come to the third castle ruin of this hike, the Rammstein castle ruins. There is not much to see of the ruin itself, but the view from the rock into the valley is magnificent! When the sun is shining, it is an ideal place to enjoy. Ramstein Castle is the ruin of a hilltop castle on a wooded ridge around 688 meters above sea level in the valley of the upper Schiltach between Schramberg and Tennenbronn.
      de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruine_Ramstein_(Schramberg)
      The very demanding single trail called the Katzenpfad continues until you come to a picturesque hut with a fountain and bench, an ideal place for a little rest. Furthermore, over beautiful and challenging forest paths you get to the fourth castle ruin of my great hike. The Berneck castle ruins. Not too much of the ruin itself can be seen anymore, but a very nice wooden sign with inscription indicates this. If you dare to go all the way up to the second rock formation, you have a great view of the valley! The ruin Berneck, also called ruin Tischneck, is the ruin of a spur castle at 620 m above sea level. NN in the Berneck Valley northeast of Tennenbronn in the Baden-Württemberg district of Rottweil. It stands on a wooded rock opposite the so-called "devil's kitchen".
      de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruine_Berneck
      Now you walk the "Heuwegle", a very demanding but also beautiful path until you come to the Falkensteiner Chapel. Also a very nice chapel, be sure to go in there and see for yourself. After a few meters away from the chapel, the path leads directly through a beautiful sawmill, first to the lower Falkenstein castle ruins and immediately above the actual castle complex, the fifth and last castle ruin of my tour. Again towards the end of my hike it goes very steeply upwards over small paths. The Falkenstein ruins are the ruins of a hilltop castle in the Berneck Valley in the south of Schramberg. It is considered to be the oldest castle in the Black Forest.
      de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruine_Falkenstein_(Schramberg)
      From this castle you also have a beautiful view of the city. Again and again on Sundays, if you are lucky, you can get a cold soft drink upstairs for a donation, which you have earned at this point on my hike. Once you descend from the ruins, you pass a small wooden bridge with an equally small waterfall, the Marxenloch. Now it's slowly back out of the forest to Schramberg.
      This hike is very demanding in every way, but anyone who has ever walked and experienced it has to admit that it was also worth it. Fantastic views, beautiful chapels and castle ruins as well as excellent "connoisseur trails" in a dreamlike landscape in the central Black Forest.
      Many greetings yoursMammoth Frank

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      • October 26, 2020

  10. Sabine & Kiwi, Bernhard Neumayer and 18 others like this.
    1. 🦣 Mammut Frank 🏒🥅👨🏼‍🚒🚒

      ServusDiese schöne Herbstwanderung startet in Rottenburg-Wurmlingen am Parkplatz der Wurmlinger Kapelle. Hinauf zur Kapelle gelangt man über den schönen Kreuzweg. Oben an der Wurmlinger Kapelle angelangt hat man einen herrlichen Rundumblick aufs Umland und die schönen Weinreben.
      Die Sankt-Remigius-Kapelle, umgangssprachlich auch Wurmlinger Kapelle, auf dem Kapellenberg (ca. 474,4 m ü. NHN; auch Wurmlinger Berg genannt) bei Wurmlingen im baden-württembergischen Landkreis Tübingen ist ein beliebtes Ausflugs- und Wallfahrtsziel. Der romanische Vorgängerbau wurde 1050 in der Amtszeit von Papst Leo IX. als Grabkapelle des Stifters Graf Anselm von Calw dort errichtet. Die romanische Krypta stammt aus der Zeit um 1150. Der gotische Nachfolgebau brannte 1644 ab. Die bis heute erhalten gebliebene barocke Kapelle wurde 1685 geweiht. 1911 nahm der Kunst- und Kirchenmaler Carl Dehner eine Ausmalung der Kapelle vor.
      Von der am Fuße des Berges gelegenen Ortschaft Wurmlingen führt ein 1687 errichteter Kreuzweg zur etwa 130 m höher gelegenen Kapelle hinauf. Um die dem Heiligen Remigius geweihte Kapelle herum befindet sich der Friedhof von Wurmlingen.
      Die Kapelle war für Ludwig Uhland Inspiration für das Gedicht Die Kapelle. Auch der österreichische Schriftsteller Nikolaus Lenau wurde 1832 zu seinem Gedicht Die Wurmlinger Kapelle angeregt.
      Die Bergkapelle ist von Mai bis Oktober bei schönem Wetter in der Regel sonntags von 10 bis 16 Uhr geöffnet. Zu den übrigen Zeiten kann der Schlüssel beim katholischen Pfarramt in Wurmlingen ausgeliehen werden.
      Der Sage nach soll Graf Anselm von Calw angeordnet haben, dass er nach seinem Tod auf einen Wagen gelegt werden solle, der von zwei Ochsen gezogen werden solle. Dort, wo sie anhielten, solle seine Grabkapelle erbaut werden. Es gibt ähnliche Sagen zu Kirchen- und Klostergründungen an anderen Orten, diese sollen die besondere Heiligkeit des Orts darstellen, dienten aber eher zur Christianisierung zuvor heidnischer Kultorte. Nun führt der Weg Richtung Tübingen-Hirschau auf dem Hirschauer Berg. Herrliche alte Weinterrassen auf schönen Wegen mit tollem Ausblick! Der Hirschauer Hirsch 🦌 sollte man sich auch nicht entgehen lassen. Eine schöne Skulptur mit sehr schönem Ausblick auf Tübingen-Hirschau. Über schöne Single Trail und tolle Waldwege kommt man dann zur Willy-Hütte, eine schöne Hütte am Waldesrand mit ebenfalls schönen Ausblick. Immer weiter Richtung Tübingen kommt man dann zur Ödenburg. Die Ödenburg ist eine abgegangene Spornburg etwa auf halbem Weg zwischen Tübingen und dessen südwestlichen Ortsteil Hirschau im baden-württembergischen Landkreis Tübingen. Sie liegt auf dem Bergsporn Spitzberg.
      Etwas später kommt man an zahlreichen Steinskulpturen vorbei bevor man dann in Tübingen am Bismarck Turm angelangt. Der Bismarckturm ist ein 1907 fertiggestellter 16 Meter hoher Bismarckturm in Tübingen, der nach dem Entwurf „Götterdämmerung“ von Wilhelm Kreis durch den Tübinger Regierungsbaumeister Franz Bärtle erbaut wurde. Der 16 m hohe Bismarckturm wurde aus Tuffstein (aus Gönningen und Seeburg) sowie grobkörnigem Sandstein errichtet. Er steht auf dem Schlossberg 1,3 km westlich vom Schloss Hohentübingen am Ende des Lichtenberger Wegs. Der Bismarckturm gilt als das Wahrzeichen der Tübinger Weststadt. Kurz darauf kommt man zum Schloss Tübingen auch Hohentübingen bezeichnet. Das Schloss Hohentübingen liegt zentral in der Stadt Tübingen auf einem Bergsporn. Es wurde ab dem 11. Jahrhundert erbaut, im 16. Jahrhundert erweitert und stellt in seiner heutigen Form eine Mischung aus mittelalterlicher Burg, neuzeitlichem Schloss sowie Festung dar. Sehr schöner Innenschlosshof. Im Schloss befindet sich auch ein Museum sowie die Schlosssternwarte. Ferner hat man einen schönen Rundumausblick auf Tübingen. Nun geht es zum Teil durch enge und schmale Gässle durch die Altstadt hinunter zum Hölderlinsturm und zur Neckarbrücke. Von der Neckarbrücke hat man einen prächtigen Ausblick auf den Neckar mit ihren Stocherkähnen und auf die Tübinger Altstadt. Nun führt der Weg die Neckargasse hinauf zur Stiftskirche. Die Stiftskirche zu St. Georg in Tübingen wurde in ihrer heutigen Form von 1470 bis 1490 unter Graf Eberhard im Bart aufgrund der Übersiedlung des Chorherrnstiftes von Sindelfingen und der Gründung der Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen erbaut. Als Baumeister der spätgotischen Hallenkirche gelten Peter von Koblenz und Hans Augsteindreyer. Sie ist die Pfarrkirche der Evangelischen Stiftskirchengemeinde Tübingen und Dekanatskirche im Kirchenbezirk Tübingen. Auf der Treppe der Stiftskirche und auf der Stadtmauer am Neckar sitzen Hölderlin-Figuren in verschiedenen Farben. Sie fordern Fußgänger dazu auf, sich zum Dichter zu gesellen.
      Zum 250. Geburtstag Friedrich Hölderlins bekommt Tübingen ein ganz besonderes Geschenk: Der Konzeptkünstler Ottmar Hörl stellt rund 250 Hölderlin-Skulpturen im öffentlichen Raum aus. Zehn Tage lang sitzen die bunten Hölderlin-Figuren vor der Stiftskirche in der Innenstadt und am Neckar in der Nähe des Hölderlinturms. Immer weiter in die Altstadt hinein mache ich einen Abstecher zum Kultimbiss der Gaststätte X, hier gibt es lecke frisch gemachte Burger und Currywürste, sowie Kaltgetränke. Dieser Imbiss lohnt auf einen kurzen Besuch zur Stärkung. Nun geht es zum herrlichen Marktplatz mit altem Rathaus und prächtigen Fachwerkhäusern. Dies darf man sich auf keine Fall entgehen lassen! Nun geht die Tour so langsam Richtung Kelternplatz an der Tübinger Feuerwehrwache vorbei Stadtauswärts Richtung Westen am Schwärzlocher Hof vorbei. Wieder in den Wald hinein Richtung Wurmlinger Kapelle. Am Parkplatz der Kapelle hat man nochmals die Möglichkeit sich an einem Kiosk zu Stärken bevor man dann wieder die Heimreise antritt. Alles in Allem eine super Tour wo man viel sieht und entdecken kann. Schöne Kapelle mit super Rundausblick, herrlichen Waldwegen, schöne Weinreben und natürlich Tübingen, ideal zum verweilen! So Co² neutral wie meine Wanderung für Tübingen war, würde sich das nicht mal das Stadtoberhaupt erträumen lassen. 😉 ...einfach zu Fuss 🥾 von weit Außerhalb "angereist".
      Viele Grüße EuerMammut Frank

      • October 20, 2020

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