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Ich heiße Sascha und komme aus dem schönen Saarland. Falls ihr etwas mehr sehen wollt, gerne auf folgenden beiden Seiten. Gruß aus dem Saarland!Mein Instagram - Profil:
instagram.com/saschaz83
Wanderbereich meiner Internetseite:
wandern.tholey-wetter.de

Distance travelled

219 mi

Time in motion

76:37 h

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  1. Sascha went for a hike.

    November 7, 2021

    01:32
    5.26 mi
    3.4 mph
    425 ft
    400 ft
    Jochen, Sabrina and 2 others like this.
    1. Sascha

      The 7.9 km long “Auto-Pédestre Wanderweg Dalheim” hiking trail starts and ends in Dalheim in Luxembourg. Various sites from Roman times can be found along the way. The path consists of many wide paths and is therefore also suitable for bad weather or even for a snow tour.The path is well signposted, but as usual in Luxembourg, with always the same signs as other paths. There are also a few rest stops along the way. Unfortunately, the path also takes a little longer past various roads. Nevertheless, the way is worthwhile if you are in the vicinity.

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      • November 7, 2021

  2. Sascha went for a hike.

    November 7, 2021

    Sabrina, Jochen and 2 others like this.
    1. Sascha

      The 10.2 km long “Autopedestre Mondorf-les-Bains” hiking trail starts and ends in Mondorf in Luxembourg. The path consists of many wide paths and is therefore also suitable for bad weather or even for a snow tour. There is only a small increase, but on asphalt and not very long. The hiking trail passes the casino, and also briefly crosses the thermal baths in France.The path is well signposted, but as usual in Luxembourg, with always the same signs as other paths. There are also a few rest stops along the way. Unfortunately, the path also takes a little longer past various roads. Nevertheless, the way is worthwhile if you are in the vicinity.

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      • November 7, 2021

  3. Sascha went for a hike.

    November 6, 2021

    01:49
    5.78 mi
    3.2 mph
    650 ft
    650 ft
    Sabrina, Martina Zimmer and Anneke like this.
    1. Sascha

      The 10 km long hiking trail "Bois d’Athus" starts and ends in Athus in Belgium. It leads past the church of Athus, then about a kilometer through a quiet residential area and then into a forest. This trail is definitely easy to classify in the category. Lots of wide paths, but still a few paths.

      My first trip in Belgium! The path is not signposted, I found the way using an app, but there are still 3 benches and a refuge on the way. There are no relevant views, but the forest part of the path is very beautiful. It is not worth traveling just for this route, but if you are in the vicinity, you can still recommend the route.

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      • November 6, 2021

  4. Sascha went for a hike.

    November 1, 2021

    02:24
    7.76 mi
    3.2 mph
    1,075 ft
    1,100 ft
    Maik, Nicol and 9 others like this.
    1. Sascha

      The thematic hiking trail follows in the footsteps of the women and men who supplied the iron smelters in Primstal with the materials for smelting before the 30 Years War. It offers wonderful views far over the Primstal and idyllic forest passages. Special features along the way are the Bettinger Eisenschmelze, the natural monument Dicke Eiche, the Birk, the Hoxfels and the Marienkapelle on the "Renges".The path, which is 12.5 km long, is well signposted, there are many wide paths and a few small stretches where you can walk along a couple of beautiful paths. There are also various resting places along the way. Personally, I would classify the path itself between easy and medium, but everyone feels a little differently. The path is also suitable for a snow hike, which I will do 100%. In short, a nice little tour but also without major highlights.

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      • November 1, 2021

  5. Sascha went for a hike.

    October 17, 2021

    03:21
    8.48 mi
    2.5 mph
    1,200 ft
    975 ft
    Sabrina, Martina Zimmer and 4 others like this.
    1. Sascha

      Day 1, the first 28km (I also made a few small detours, it's actually "only" 22km): Start in the village of Montenach. The path is very varied, with a few exceptions there are only narrow paths, it goes steeply uphill and downhill again, great views including. Much of the path goes through the shady forest. The signposting of the path is perfect and it is almost impossible to get lost, except perhaps at the border triangle, but you can still find the path here.Day 2, the next 17km (like on day 1, a few small detours, it's actually only 11km): Start in Perl. The path is very well signposted on this route too, a visit as described above to the Europa Museum and the Château des Ducs de Lorraine are 100% worthwhile. This section has a little less views, but still a beautiful hiking trail. A little more surefootedness is required here than on the first day.Summary: 45km (33km) hike in two days! I can really recommend this trail to anyone who is in good shape. The trail is one of the most beautiful I've hiked so far! You should definitely plan the time for the sights. Due to the difficulty, the path can be used rather poorly in wet weather or even in snow in winter.33km - 3 countries - no borders (classification "difficult")
      Germany, France and Luxembourg in the borderless triangle of three countries. Hard years of war, countless border shifts, power struggles, negotiations and agreements have shaped the border area and its people for centuries. If you take a closer look, the natural landscape reveals the scars of this time with trenches, overgrown tank traps, bomb craters and hidden bunkers. Thanks to the Schengen Agreement, the region has grown together today into a borderless, shared living and cultural space. On the tour you can expect, among other things, the Europa Museum and the Château des Ducs de Lorraine in France.

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      • October 18, 2021

  6. Sascha went for a hike.

    October 16, 2021

    04:54
    14.8 mi
    3.0 mph
    1,850 ft
    2,000 ft
    Sabrina, Martina Zimmer and 9 others like this.
    1. Sascha

      Day 1, the first 28km (I also made a few small detours, it's actually "only" 22km): Start in the village of Montenach. The path is very varied, with a few exceptions there are only narrow paths, it goes steeply uphill and downhill again, great views including. Much of the path goes through the shady forest. The signposting of the path is perfect and it is almost impossible to get lost, except perhaps at the border triangle, but you can still find the path here.Day 2, the next 17km (like on day 1, a few small detours, it's actually only 11km): Start in Perl. The path is very well signposted on this route too, a visit as described above to the Europa Museum and the Château des Ducs de Lorraine are 100% worthwhile. This section has a little less views, but still a beautiful hiking trail. A little more surefootedness is required here than on the first day.Summary: 45km (33km) hike in two days! I can really recommend this trail to anyone who is in good shape. The trail is one of the most beautiful I've hiked so far! You should definitely plan the time for the sights. Due to the difficulty, the path can be used rather poorly in wet weather or even in snow in winter.33km - 3 countries - no borders (classification "difficult")
      Germany, France and Luxembourg in the borderless triangle of three countries. Hard years of war, countless border shifts, power struggles, negotiations and agreements have shaped the border area and its people for centuries. If you take a closer look, the natural landscape reveals the scars of this time with trenches, overgrown tank traps, bomb craters and hidden bunkers. Thanks to the Schengen Agreement, the region has grown together today into a borderless, shared living and cultural space. On the tour you can expect, among other things, the Europa Museum and the Château des Ducs de Lorraine in France.

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      • October 18, 2021

  7. Sascha went for a hike.

    October 10, 2021

    02:02
    7.06 mi
    3.5 mph
    800 ft
    825 ft
    1. Sascha

      Today only a small round, but right in front of the door, the Mauritis circular route in Tholey!My old description of this:The Mauritius circular route is almost exactly 8 km long, the walking time is approx. 2.5 hours. The path itself consists of paved forest paths and also partly a tar road. The path leads from the Benedictine Abbey of Tholey to the Blasius Chapel in Sotzweiler. Beautiful views are guaranteed on the way, sights such as crosses and mostly text panels are distributed over the entire route.The path itself is very well maintained, parts of the path run parallel to or together with the Schaumberg Round Table.

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      • October 10, 2021

  8. Sascha went for a hike.

    September 28, 2021

    Maik, Tanja Recktenwald and Anke like this.
    1. Sascha

      The 6.4 km long “Seitensprung Bernkasteler Bärensteig” trail is a short but definitely tough tour: first on narrow paths through a steep brook valley, then on wide, light field paths, then back down again through the forest. This side jump offers hikers great views of the Moselle town and its Landshut castle.The path is well signposted, but you should keep your eyes open or it was just up to me today :-) There are many great views along the way. There are refreshment stops in Bernkastel where the tour starts. The path is definitely worth it, even if it is only 6.4km. I did the trail as the second tour in one day.

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      • September 28, 2021

  9. Sascha went for a hike.

    September 28, 2021

    02:03
    5.65 mi
    2.8 mph
    1,150 ft
    1,125 ft
    Maik, Tanja Recktenwald and Jochen like this.
    1. Sascha

      The 7.1 km long “Burg-Olymp-Tour” route is a circular route through shady forests, historical monuments and narrow paths high above the Moselle town of Bernkastel-Kues. Passing the St. Anna chapel, you cycle through the forest towards the gold rush town of Andel. We go downhill to the Landshut castle ruins, the oldest walls of which date from the 4th century.Another beautiful way in Bernkastel-Kues. If you want to go hiking here, you can go this route without hesitation. The path is well signposted and well maintained. A lot of sights can be found along the route, and a few refreshment stops along the route invite you to linger. You don't have to worry too much about your condition, it is challenging, but feasible.

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      • September 28, 2021

  10. Sascha went for a hike.

    September 27, 2021

    03:24
    10.9 mi
    3.2 mph
    1,025 ft
    1,025 ft
    1. Sascha

      The 16.7 km long path "From Urstrom to Stream" is a circular route through steep slopes and forests and a nature reserve on the Middle Moselle in Bernkastel Kues. Past the Paulskirche to the "Obstartweg" in Wehlen. This provides clear information about the flora and fauna of the region with various works of art. At the end of the tour, a great view of the Moselle valley awaits near the Hambuchhütte.The path is a hiking trail that runs through the vineyards in large parts, so it also consists of a lot of tar roads and wide gravel paths, this should be taken into account. But, the path offers really great views (even partly in fog, like on my hike). You just have to worry a little about your condition, perhaps because of the length, the inclines are only moderate.The path is very well signposted and it is almost impossible to get lost, there are many benches available, which are also well maintained.

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      • September 27, 2021

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