Sylvia Frank



About Sylvia Frank
Distance travelled

180 mi

Time in motion

65:04 h

Recent Activity
  1. Sylvia Frank went for a hike.

    July 7, 2021

    11.9 mi
    2.9 mph
    825 ft
    900 ft
    Schorsch, Patricia and 9 others like this.
    1. Sylvia Frank

      We started our hike at the military cemetery in Wallendorf. A little below in Brunnenstrasse we got on tour 44, which actually starts in Gentingen. Past meadows, fields and the Westwall bunker it goes to Ammeldingen. From here the route leads along the Our, which here forms the border with Luxembourg. There are always opportunities for refreshment in the cool water. In Gentingen we stopped at a country inn. We talked to the very nice landlady about the country and its people. Behind Gentingen we got problems with our hiking trail, unclear signs. Nevertheless, we found the way to the extensive high plateau. Here we had great views and enjoyed huge cornfields and lush meadows. A section of the path leads through the pasture of a curious and peaceful herd of cows. We saw no more signposts in the direction of Wallendorf. We followed the road into the valley. This led us back to Ammeldingen.

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      • July 8, 2021

  2. Sylvia Frank went for a hike.

    July 2, 2021

    Patricia, HWF and 15 others like this.
    1. Sylvia Frank

      We started at the parking lot restaurant "Le Chalet de Remerschen", directly at the lake. Opposite the Biodiversum, with an interesting exhibition on the history, nature and life of this area, the hike through the "Réimicher Haff" nature reserve begins. Dogs have to be on a leash here. We walked through the lagoon and continued on Autopedestre 1 through the vineyards of the Kreuzberg. Here we enjoyed wonderful views of the Moselle valley all the way to the heights of the Saarland. At the cross with a small chapel, we descended the countless steps to Remerschen. On the descent we noticed that it is a way of the cross that starts at the bottom of the village and ends at the top of the cross. We walked through the village, along vineyards and in the opposite direction through the lagoon back to the parking lot. Those who want to go on a longer tour can continue on the autopedestre through Remerschen and around the bathing lake. It was a very relaxing, varied tour.

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      • July 3, 2021

  3. Sylvia Frank went for a hike.

    June 24, 2021

    6.22 mi
    2.6 mph
    325 ft
    300 ft
    MICHAEL, Gaby and 10 others like this.
    1. Sylvia Frank

      Nice tour through shady forest. In hot temperatures, and yesterday in continuous rain, the dense canopy protects. At some point, however, the rain got too much for us. We turned back. According to our fellow hiker, who knows the route, we only saw 1/5 of the beautiful spots. In dry weather we come back and do the entire tour.

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      • June 25, 2021

  4. Sylvia Frank went for a hike.

    June 19, 2021

    Patricia, woody63 and 9 others like this.
    1. Sylvia Frank

      Spontaneous "free sauna tour" over the height near Langsur between the Sauer and Moselle. We started above Wasserbilliger Brück, hiked through the vineyards towards Löwenermühle. At the confluence with the road to Liersberg we walked up the road for a while until we saw a sign on the left with Bachweg. We followed this to the signpost "Oberer Weg". This access path leads to the upper path. The Obere Weg meanders first left towards Wasserbilliger Brück, then right towards Liersberg. Since we had enough sauna and there was no cool blonde waiting for us in the beer stalls, we went on the street, secret route for those familiar with the area when there is a traffic jam in W-Brück, further through the forest. On the Heed over Langsur we came out of the forest and hiked over the height to the starting point of our tour.

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      • June 19, 2021

  5. Sylvia Frank and Gaby went for a hike.

    June 9, 2021

    Edgar und Alice, HWF and 11 others like this.
    1. Sylvia Frank

      We started at the cemetery in Sirzenich and followed the signs for path no. 6. It goes first over the height, then downhill through the forest to the stream valley to the waterfall. Unfortunately, we missed the start of the path that leads directly along the stream. We walked above the stream to the bridge, hiked from there along the stream, crossed it several times without bridges (remains are still standing), padded through it to the waterfall ... little adventure, really a wild stream. We took the upper path again to the bridge. Now the question, let's go the left path or the right one from the signpost that stands in the middle. We decided on the left, hiked moderately uphill, always straight ahead until we came across our signpost again at a crossroads. We continued uphill to the water treading pool, break and refreshment. Last climb and the free height had us again. After the path led around a huge field, we reached Sirzenich.

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      • June 11, 2021

  6. Sylvia Frank and Gaby went for a hike.

    June 3, 2021

    Gaby, woody63 and 10 others like this.
    1. Sylvia Frank

      A premiere today. We had chosen the "Green Hell" at Bollendorf as an audio tour. The starting point was the parking lot a little above the Sonnenberg Hotel Nübel. It goes a little way up into the forest to the first station. At prominent points we heard interesting insights into the history and earlier life in this area. The audio tour is very well done, entertaining and humorous narrated by the citizens of Bollendorf. The path runs exclusively on soft forest soil. Wider paths alternate with narrow paths, very varied routes. Again and again, benches invite you to rest. We found this hike very successful.

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      • June 3, 2021

  7. Sylvia Frank and Gaby went for a hike.

    May 25, 2021

    7.00 mi
    2.9 mph
    325 ft
    325 ft
    MICHAEL, Michael Reichling and 18 others like this.
    1. Sylvia Frank

      We started our hike in the parking lot right at the entrance to the Wolfspark. Part of the way leads through the wolf enclosure in the chamber forest. On forest paths and rustic paths it goes up through varied mixed forests. The forest opens up, we are on the plateau with hedges and bushes. We continue through apple orchards to the "Garden of the Senses". We don't want to miss this (4 EUR admission for adults). It is diverse, divided into different subject areas and really nicely laid out. There's a lot to discover. We continue through woods, fields and meadows. The route on narrow paths is very varied. In parts of the forest you feel like you are in the jungle. A green swirling meadow in the middle of the forest could provide the backdrop for a mystical film. The last section leads through the Wolf Park again. We were lucky enough to see some wolves up close.

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      • May 27, 2021

  8. Sylvia Frank went for a hike.

    May 19, 2021

    MICHAEL, Patricia and 16 others like this.
    1. Sylvia Frank

      If you love to hike on rustic paths through a magnificent rocky landscape, I can highly recommend this hike. We started at the large Dinosaur Park / Nature Conservation Center parking lot in Ernzen. From there it went through the forest towards the Devil's Gorge. The "devilish eight" has the symbol of a white devil's eight on a yellow background. This symbol accompanied us on the entire route. At the beginning we descended into the gorge. We continued along the slope. We climbed deeper and deeper into the valley of the Prüm to the Irreler waterfalls. From there it went along the Prüm to the hop fields of Holsthum. Along the Hälbach we hiked steadily uphill to the starting point of today's tour. We ended our hike comfortably with a snack and champagne at Lake Echternach.

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      • May 20, 2021

  9. Sylvia Frank and Gaby went for a hike.

    May 13, 2021

    7.73 mi
    2.5 mph
    850 ft
    950 ft
    Gaby, HWF and 12 others like this.
    1. Sylvia Frank

      "Premium hiking trail Roman path", not been there for a long time, again a great experience. We started at "Klaus Pauli Platz" in Butzweiler in the direction of Pützlöcher and Ramstein Castle. The "Roman Mint" showed us the way. Soon we came to the "Pützlöchern", where ore was mined in earlier times. They can be viewed on request. From now on it went uphill. Once at the top, our eyes wandered far into the country over the Moselle valley to the high forest. Past the "long wall", a former fortification, we followed the path to the imposing "Genoveva Cave". We continued walking on paths and forest trails. We climbed up to the "Klausenhöhle" via a curved path. Continue uphill and finally down to Ramstein Castle. The snack bar was open, so we could strengthen ourselves for the last stage. Through the wild and romantic Butzerbach valley, with its small waterfalls and suspension bridges, we hiked on narrow paths up to the starting point of today's tour.

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      • May 14, 2021

  10. Sylvia Frank went for a hike.

    May 6, 2021

    9.28 mi
    2.8 mph
    425 ft
    550 ft
    Fran, HWF and 16 others like this.
    1. Sylvia Frank

      From the "La Meng", it means that it was not planned that way, it just happened that way. The starting point was at the Memorial II World War in Consdorf. From there we wanted to go to the Mullerthal Trail Extra Tour C, but only realized after a while that we were on the wrong track. So we followed the signs C4. It went on narrow paths through lime green forest and along small rustic streams. Rocks lined our path. A little fox sat very still in front of its den. The path led over footbridges to one side of a stream, then to the other. We use the bike path for the last few kilometers back to Consdorf. We found a nice way out of "La Meng".

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      • May 6, 2021

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