Inspired by a suggestion from the collection of the Odenwald tours, we went to Beerfelden today. Unfortunately, the access to the circular route recommended by Komoot is not recommended, since it went across the forest, over barbed wire and closed meadows. When I finally arrived on the circular route, I first followed the green triangle. At the fork in the road, on the left to the Reussenkreuz, the marking changes to sign S6 back to Beerfelden.
At the cemetery I decided to leave the circular route so that I didn't have to go back across the forest. A forest path runs parallel to the country road to the Jewish cemetery. Then it goes along the street.
Conclusion: If you want to walk the path, it is best to park your car at Reussenkeuz and join the group there.
4 days ago
A tour on the Kinzigradweg was planned. Due to the flood, however, rescheduling had to be done spontaneously. Instead, we took the BahnRadWeg towards Hohe Straße. In beautiful sunshine the view was very nice, down to the Taunus and the Spessart.
Back there was some culture in Hanau at the goldsmith's house. Highly recommended here is the ice cream parlor Eis & Liebe, with lots of love handmade ice cream creations. So not only the first bike tour of the year, but also the first sundae🍨😋
March 15, 2020
Despite rain it went off today in the Taunus. From the Taunus Information Center at the terminus of the U 3, we first walked along the Anniversary Walk.
Thanks to the rain of the past days, sun and clouds painted enchanted pictures into the forest. Unfortunately, I could not capture it with my cell phone camera. But there are plenty of mushrooms this year.
Lunch break was then on Fuchstanz. Here you can eat and drink well and sit comfortably in all weather conditions.
Unfortunately, my battery left at the end of the tour, so only half of it was recorded here. Too bad.
October 21, 2019
Today I exchanged the walking shoes for the bike and did a little round starting at the Kath. Kirche St. Markus in Mühlheim. Along the Main, first to the Rumpenheimer lock to get to the other side of the Main. There it goes through Bischofsheim through to Hohe Strasse.
The exhausting driveway is rewarded with a magnificent view of the Taunus, Odenwald and Spessart highlands that surround the Rhine-Main area. Along the Hohe Straße east to the height of Wachenbuchen. There then in a rapid descent to Wachenbuchen, on to Wilhelmsbad, there through the castle park and over the Wilhelmshöher Chaussee to Kesselstadt. From there it goes back over the lock. If you like, you will end up in the "final stop".
September 20, 2019