On the Easter days, the devil is always going on in Saxon Switzerland. Relaxed, we left the crowd behind. From Vysoká Lípa we went to the Grundmühle and via formerly marked with the blue line, obviously little committed paths, the rock church. Impressive little church. Continue to the war hole with stunning views of the Rosenberg. Back on marked trails and finally a cold beer in the Hotel Lípa.
Anyone who considers moving parts should do so only from July due to temporary blockages of the paths, as breeding areas.
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On this hike, we have taken some paths that are designated by the NPV as blocked or are unmarked in the core zone and should not be committed. This beforehand.
From the car park Neumannmühle to the arsenal we used the Altes Flössersteig. The second section is nearly impassable due to tree felling.
Then it went into the Great Zschand to the branch summer hole. Right up steeply (the ladder we know was in the bushes, there are now steps) past a cave to the summer wall. Short detour in the direction of the portal tower and continue almost no change in altitude to Berfreundschaftsstein with beautiful views. On the descent through the broadcasting greens, the second very time-consuming blockade was through felled trees.
The Löfflerschlüchte back up to the Thorwalder Gratweg and through the Brücknerschlüchte back down.
Meanwhile, rain came up and therefore the planned detour to the pond stone was omitted.
From the parking lot Reuterhof today went on lonely and almost completely natural trails to Bohemia. Our destination: the lookout point opposite the Belvedere above Niedergrund. The weather was as good as anything for photographers, but really good for walking.
After a long break at the viewpoint, we descended on a very interesting path to the Elbe. Stop in Dolni Zleb with good food and delicious beer and along the Elbe slope to Gelobtbachwasserfall. Up the wild and romantic valley, again along the Forststeig and then directly back through the woods to the starting point.
A quite varied round with many "water features".
Unfortunately today in the beautiful weather only a short trip, because just too much to do was. I took the chance and worn my new mountaineering boots for the first time. Test passed, even if they are designed for higher altitudes.
The Spargrund is inconspicuous and a bit hidden, offers very good ways and great views over the orchards and Dohna.
Despite cold and not yet cure back problems, we have today explored the Kleinhennersdorfer stone. Most people associate it with the three chic caves that we left to other hikers today. We used to enjoy the view of the Schrammsteine and the Zschirnstein, but we were mostly alone. Since with the Forststeig now also an official trail over the Kleinhennersdorfer Stein leads, it has been awakened from the Sleeping Beauty sleep and there are significantly more hikers on the rugged plateau to be found.
We climbed through hell and made a detour to the first view. Others should follow. Interesting rock formations, such as the Schusterbänkchen, are abundant here.
On a path down again and through the Hunskirche on the Papststein. Our direct route is not really recommended because the descent to Malerweg is tricky.
Actually, we wanted to break new ground and run off the main roads. But as we were so often quite late on site, but there was still a lot of ice on some paths and suddenly the sun came out, we decided for the mountains of Dittersbacher rock world.
The decision was right. We had a pretty good view and many hikers were not on the way.
Finally, as the newly opened restaurant Praha visited the tourist information and ... found to be good. Maybe a little seating, but in summer you can probably sit outside.
The Forellensteig is an idyllic path along the Gottleuba with numerous small waterfalls and the ND swirl holes.
Since I have no suitable detailed maps of this region, I have suggestions for this round at the IG 'Stiegen- and Wanderfreunde' fetched. Thanks a lot for this.
Especially the part of the Bahratal has surprised us very positively. What is there to discover here! We come def. Once again, to explore the caves and make other quiet ways.
In imperial weather we were on the lap Hockstein- Wolfschlucht- Schindergraben- Ritterfelsen- Begangsteig- Carolastein- Buttermilchloch only initially among numerous competitors. The paths were sometimes quite iced and some times would certainly receive very good B-marks
The landscape on the Begangsteig is always impressive. After strengthening in the Waltersdorfer mill, it went on the historic climb along the wrongly rather unknown Carolastein. Here the recording is very inaccurate
The hike leads mostly through the National Park and the use of some routes of this tour can be fined.
After some adventurous arrival on uncluttered roads, we were rewarded by soothing solitude and snowy paths. The stacking makes you hungry. In Gasthof Mitteldorf you are there very good with very good kitchen.
Hiking in the winter forest can also be dangerous. Three really big branches have crashed right next to us because of the snow load😱
The tour itself has its highlights at the beginning with the tunnel of the former narrow-gauge railway and the Goßdorfer Raubschloss. It then rises quite comfortably to Mitteldorf. The panorama trail to Altendorf is recommended in good weather.
Back we went on unmarked but signposted way directly to the coal mill.
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.