A spontaneous decision led me to continue with the Wappenweg today. The southern section between the stops Beyenburg Mitte and Ennepetal Oberbauer has now been hiked. The tour was planned at 21.4 km and it should also be 200 meters less. Well ... well, it was great fun for me, partly because the missing way mark and the blocking of the way were very annoying. You also have to run a bit unnecessarily on asphalt a few times. Whereby asphalt belongs to the classic soils of the local circuits. I was then often very fast, because I wanted to get the right bus ... Unfortunately, I came out at the wrong stop and have distracted me decisively. But it was a very exhausting tour, often at a pleasant temperature with little heat.
This was this tour led from the Ennepetaler bus station to the stop Beyenburg-Mitte. I deliberately chose not to increase the recommended number of stages and direction. So the ugly part was hiked right at the beginning. This consisted mainly of Schwelm and the small section along the B7 along. Previously there was a very nice forest path right behind the station and great views on Strückerberg. After leaving Schwelm or the outskirts behind, I was surprised by the panoramic view on Windhagen. So I had a great view from there on my last hike, the course of which I saw partly from the slopes.
After Königsfeld it was hiking again as it makes me personally with the most fun. A change from forest, meadow and fields, to great views and a few narrow paths. After a descent I reached Beyenburg and returned comfortably. After a subsequent visit to the village including the former monastery, it also went to the stop. It was a great summer tour and a reconciliatory start. ;-)
Today we went from Hagen to Hagen Gevelsberger Hbf. It was a nice 20 km with some great highlights, but also some not so exciting way. I liked it very much, even if it was a bit too cloudy at times.
The tour differs from the planned Komoottour in so many places something, it has just happened on the spot.
I have also tried to run at a good pace, which is quite good, except for a few places (where I waited for a cloud for a better picture). Of course, there were unfortunately two misfires in the record, which was annoying again.
As always, all pictures have already been inscribed on the spot, which is why many a letter turntable should be in there.
Actually, this was only my first tour over 20km in 2019, but I feel fine and hope to go hiking again next week.
The tour took me from Bochum Dahlhauser S-Bahn station to Hattingen Blankenstein. For a variety of reasons, I wanted to walk through forever familiar. As Hattinger one takes the old town for granted and often no longer sees the small beautiful corners. That's why I wanted to walk through the city as a small round trip to run. On this tour I got some new perspectives and I am, with the exception of one cloud or another, completely satisfied. For me it was a first tour after a long injury break and I hope to go hiking again.
It was a wonderful tour, although with some asphalt pieces and a long gravel road, but it was rewarded properly. There were not only great views, but also the quietest and nicest corners. I saw 8 pieces of roe deer and at least 5 red kites, 3 of them even in one spot. The landscape is just blooming and the cold fresh wind encouraged all the more the good mood.
From the bus stop Am Heider, it goes over the village Loh to the west bank of the Glörtalsperre. There you follow a short section of the Halveraner Rundweg to climb up from Glörfeld valley. It then goes on various ways in a westerly direction until you reach the Halveraner Rundweg and follow this to the Ennepetalsperre. From there it goes over the A 19 to the edge of Breckerfeld. Finally, there is a small not Komoot path between allotments, so you get to the bus station where this tour ends.
With the bus it goes to W-Beyenburg, there only along the dam along. Then you climb up to Remlingrade. From there follows a round trip to the Uelfe bath. It follows different ways, which have already been recommended to me. Then you get back to Remlingrade. Take the X28 hiking trail northwards. At Königsfeld I leave the path for the more attractive route, only to return to the X28 route at the Schwelme spring. Finally, it goes to the SB37 station Kreishaus.
It goes from the train station food Horst only to the remains of Vyrburg. Probably just a few old earthen walls. Then it goes over the Ruhr to Burgaltendorf. There look at the namesake castle ruins, and then to run over various paths in the direction of the Deilbachtal, it goes past old colliery. This is followed by a change to the Ruhr Valley. There then follows another dangling Balkhausertal before mastering the Isenberg. Finally, the Isenburg and descent to the stop Isenberg the line 141, with which one can choose to Hattingen or Kupferdreh, to get to the local S-Bahn stations.
It pulled me again into the Elfringhauser Switzerland, to the border of Sprockhövel and Hattingen. I had planned this tour for some time and it was again very nice paths hiked. The tour was also quite challenging and the steady up and down was not without. Nevertheless, I am very satisfied and happy to be there again.
It was a round trip from the 332 stop Dräing in Sprockhövel hiked. The tour was really great. Unfortunately, in the end I had to hurry to get the hourly bus, so it was in the end a few pictures less. For me, the Elfringhauser Switzerland is an old pocket, about 5-7 years ago, I was very much hiked there and now has to say that the change of time has surprised me positively. It is great to see how some corners have changed and how much their own view of the landscape has changed. For me once again it is really big cinema and apart from a few little things I am completely satisfied. ;-)
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Da ich aus Hattingen (NRW) komme und Student bin, sind es vor allem Touren in der näheren Umgebung. Oft bin ich alleine unterwegs, hin und wieder mit Freunden. Ich entwickele fast alle meine Touren selber und lege oft viel wert auf einen hohen Wanderpfad-Anteil.
Ich bin immer offen für Anregungen oder auch Kritik und bin unter der guten alten E-Mail Adresse: Arda88@gmx.de zu erreichen.
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