Seit 2009 zeichne ich unsere Ausflüge mit unterschiedlichster Technik auf. Die Anfänge waren recht abenteuerlich. Dennoch versuche ich, auch diese Touren schrittweise hier einzustellen, sozusagen als Wandertagebuch. Die älteren Wanderungen sind eher kurz gehalten, da kleinkindtauglich.
Since it is supposed to rain tomorrow, we went on tour today for the holiday. We decided on the Oberlausitzer Bergland.
The start was on the outskirts of Obergurig. First stop: the Mönchswalder Berg, a wonderful panoramic mountain. Today, however, as expected, with a significantly restricted field of vision.
Past the Gasthaus Jägerhaus, where bratwurst and beer changed hands, we followed the green line over the Adlerweg and the northern ridge path to Irgersdorf with its interesting old houses. The stretch of the way was marked by forest work; Unfortunately, the bark beetle is also active here.
After a short stretch of road we climbed to the Galgenberg. Here, too, a refuge and actually beautiful distant views.
Following the ridge path we soon reached today's destination, the Great Picho. Here, too, the economy had a manageable offer ready so that we could take a break almost like "in the old days".
The blue point path led us down quite steeply to Arnsdorf. Then unfortunately there is a counter climb on the road, but there is not too much traffic.
From Sora we continued on pleasant forest paths to the last elevation of the tour, the Teufelskanzel.
The last stretch of the way led over the Wilhelm-Busch-Weg and the Fuchsweg was also very pleasant.
An up and down tour that never got boring. On hot days, however, you have to be aware that the deforestation means that long stretches of road "run unprotected". But there are four (!) Places to stop for a break.
7 days ago
Today we started in the tranquil Ottendorf. First goal: Großstein. Here you are almost always completely to yourself and so we could enjoy the view, even if not everything you saw was particularly beautiful. The situation around the tree population is really dramatic to look at.
Down into the Kirnitzschtal and over the Flößersteig to the Neumannmühle; We took a welcome drink break at the Buschmühle. Out of the house on weekends from 12 p.m. at the moment
Now a very nice section of the path followed, despite the broken spruce. Via Buschmüller's Räumicht, crossing wing E and on narrow paths past the riddle tower and the Kanstein to the Teichsteinnadel.
The ascent to the Großer Teichstein is easy over old steps and climbing aids and with a short chain safety device.
The sun had almost completely disappeared in the meantime. Nevertheless, we had wonderful views over the Zschand and the Affensteine and and and.
Back to the Buschmühle via wing E and from Neumannmühle following the yellow point, first over a steep row of steps and then moderately uphill over meadows and through the forest, back to the parking lot.Varied round, dodged the blocked areas.
We know fallen trees well enough, but when you see the kinked trees lying in masses on the slopes, your heart bleeds. Let's hope together that, not too far away, at least order will regain order in the remaining forest.
April 25, 2021
We wanted to avoid the announced bad weather. But instead of showers, it rained almost continuously.
From the Gröditz lap we hiked along the Löbauer Wasser through the Gröditzer Skala. Very interesting and in parts rustic to the former railway line.
Small fine round with a slightly longer journey.
April 18, 2021
After reading all the road closures in the national park yesterday evening, it was clear: the next few weeks we will go elsewhere.
So I drove to Kleinhennersdorf without much planning, assuming that there are also less frequented corners there today. And so it was.
Since the Kleinhennersdorfer Stein is one of my favorite table mountains, we naturally had to go up there. Up here there are many quiet corners and so we first checked out the front area a bit (ascent quite, very steep ...). We continued to Gohrisch and parallel to the Kammweg in the direction of the Elbe. The forest has done a great job here and so we use a "newly created path" to descend. On the opposite side we went up the Nagelweg again to the Forststeig, which we followed to the Täppichtsteig. Amazing how far the traffic noise can be heard. But we were able to look at Bad Schandau from new perspectives for us.
We really enjoyed the way to the Bertheltpromenade. Reminds something of the Haldenweg with the former quarries.
Along the promenade to the Kellerfels and then directly at the edge of the forest and across the meadow back to the starting point.
A rather lonely round on mostly easy-to-walk forest paths with many beautiful views of the Brand, Falkenstein, Schrammsteine, Papstein, etc. And there is also something for friends of old levels. 🙂
April 11, 2021
Since we always get up early on Easter Sunday and today is the only sunny day of the weekend, we decided to leave after the Easter mass without any real plan. There was time until noon ...
The little round in the area of the Nikolsdorfer Walls was very varied. In the Little Labyrinth, time passes faster than one would like; the many rock lanes all want to be explored.
Continue to the Nikolsdorfer Walls. The rest at the Nikolsdorfer Nadel was lonely and sunny today.
Away from the main path, we squeezed our way through the separated wall shell. Pitch dark and quite cramped
Later we took a wrong turn in the forest, which was churned up by advanced technology, and "had to" make our way to the machine station of the Sachsenforstes.
We used the detour to the Napoleon Stone to look for Schranzl's Easter egg under a little time pressure. Either it has already been found or we searched too superficially. It's a shame.I wish everyone happy Easter holidays. Enjoy the time!
April 4, 2021
Another day of vacation today. We have brought the Easter walk forward.
The start was at Rothschönberg Castle. Past beautiful old farms, it was a leisurely ride to Heynitz Castle. There we took a long break in the glorious sun and with the relaxing chirping of birds.
Following the old yellow trail markings we came to Munzig. The rest of the way ran along the Triebisch with numerous contemporary witnesses of the local mining history and geological information boards.
Now we have the first light sunburn of the year ...
Highly recommended round tour.
March 30, 2021
Due to the time change and a certain indolence, we started late today.
Bärnsdorf and Berbisdorf are two very pretty villages. At Berbisdorf Castle, there is work to be done. But that will certainly take a while.
The ways to and from Moritzburg were very quiet and relaxing. As soon as the castle came into the orbit, it became full.
A nice hike with some new corners for us
March 28, 2021
Today a father-daughter tour
Despite the vacation, a video conference first, then it started.
Big and small goose, locomotive, honey stone, field stones and creamed crops.
Very nice scramble and some new stretches for my daughter.
There wasn't much going on, but unfortunately the sun didn't really come out until the end.
I have to admit that I didn't check whether we were allowed to travel there today 😱 The constantly changing situations are slowly overwhelming me ...
March 26, 2021
After a very time-consuming assignment with the in-laws, it was already quite late, so we decided to do an afternoon round from scratch. The suggestion came only recently from Sven FG. Thanks for that. Otherwise we would not have made some detours.
Off we went to the porphyry fan. Very impressive. Continue through the partly snowy Tharandt forest back down into the valley and past numerous informative panels on the mining history of the region back to the home of the Knox incense cones.
A very recommendable area.
March 20, 2021