Round the Bocksberg starting at the capercaillie. Along the Liebesbankweg to the stave church in Hahnenklee. Enjoyed the Carilion game on time at 3 p.m. From the Kranicher ponds to the temporary hiking stamp of the HWN at the Kuttelbach pond, then to the starting point along the upper Schalker moat.
3 days ago
Unfortunately there are no photos of this hike from Komoot. There is some technical problem. Nevertheless, I uploaded the tour and put the photos in the highlights.
The tour starts in Goslar old town up to the Maltermeister tower. From there you also have a beautiful view of Goslar. We continue across the scree to the Ramseck viewpoint, where there is also a stamp from the HWN. The climb is very difficult, but it's worth it. The view is great. The descent goes back to Goslar via the Waldschrat hut and the mining museum in Rammelsberg.
Photos will follow later.
3 days ago
On the way to Goslar a little stop in Vienenburg. Along Lake Vienenburg and through the Okertal valley to the Wöltingerode monastery, which is well worth seeing. Entered the special stamp in the stamp booklet and then in the Harly range to the Harly Tower viewpoint, which unfortunately had closed. On the ridge path through very extensive wild garlic fields, which are currently in full bloom, then above the lake back to the starting point. A worthwhile stopover in wonderful hiking weather.
5 days ago
Today's section I quote from the hiking book: “A forest area, the Höllengrund with path, swamp and lake, the spa park and the riverside paths along the Dahme as well as the unspoilt romantic Lauseberge with an enchanted pond in it offer surprisingly beautiful interruptions of the settlement area. This creates a versatile short route that also allows a visit to the museum on the Funkerberg. "
There is nothing to add, except to turn right before the motorway bridge and not, as recommended in the hiking book, to walk below the motorway and then on the bike path to the roundabout.
Take a look at the photos to get an impression of the beautiful tour or best walk along the route yourself.
May 17, 2020
History enthusiasts can follow this line from station to station on the Telegraph Cycle Path.
In today's section from Magdeburg to Genthin (state border of Saxony-Anhalt) there are five stations (10-14).
The Prussian Optical Telegraph was a communication system that existed between 1832 and 1849 between the capital Berlin and Koblenz in what was then the Prussian Rhine Province. State telegrams or military messages were transmitted by optical signals over a distance of 588 km. The longest telegraph line in Germany at that time consisted of 62 stations with signal masts.
It connects vast natural spaces, oases of silence, cozy little towns with small churches and also vibrant cities.
At station eleven in Ziegelsdorf you have the opportunity to set and read signs yourself on the 10 m high and fully functional replica signal system.
The route from station 10 behind Gladau to Tuchheim is very sandy and difficult to drive on.
Today's tour was a lot of fun and arouses curiosity about the next stops.
May 16, 2020
Today the third stage of the Paul-Gerhardt-Weg hiking project.
Start is at Grünau S-Bhf with the finish at Zeuthen. The route is now characterized by forest and water, some small bays on the Dahme also invite you to cool off.
After just a few meters we get back into the forest. The most beautiful hiking section of the day begins at the forest restaurant Hanffs Ruh along the Krumme Lake in connection to the Eichwalde lido. This hiking trail is worth a hiking recommendation due to the varied forest trails and paths in a varied forest area with some water and swamp pools.
Once in Eichwalde, we hike past the former water tower and reach the Eichwalde lido. A bathing bay with plenty of play opportunities such as beach volleyball, table tennis or basketball. From there it continues on the very idyllic riverside path to Seestrasse. The section on Seestrasse to the Zeuthen train station is not very attractive, but there is no alternative. Again and again there are small rest areas between the houses worth seeing with a view of the lady. An unexpected highlight is the small Chinese garden on the lake shore in Zeuthen.
The trail is marked from the national border in Eichwalde.
May 9, 2020
The second stage of the Paul-Gerhardt-Weg from Karlshorst station to Grünau station.
After only 100 m we are already in the green at the trotting track Karlshorst. Immediately afterwards, the path runs across the Volkspark Wuhlheide with the park stage and with the FEZ Berlin. After crossing the Spree it goes along idyllic parks. By crossing the Dahme we arrive in the old town of Köpenick. This is where the cobbler Voigt mischiefed as the Captain of Köpenick and became known beyond the borders of Berlin. Mother Lustig founded the laundry business here in Köpenick, which gave Köpenick the nickname "the laundry room in Berlin". The district of Spindlersfeld goes back to the laundry founder Spindler. After a short tour of Köpenick Castle, we follow the old fishing houses in the oldest part of Köpenick, in the Kietz. At the end we hike through the forest Köpenick to the ferry pier, which takes us over the Dahme to Grünau.
Today's tour is characterized by a lot of nature and culture in the old town of Köpenick. It should be noted that there is no marking of the path in the entire urban area. In this respect, it is advisable to plan the tour in advance with the help of the hiking guide.
May 8, 2020
Mit "der Leichtigkeit der Langsamkeit" den alltäglichen Büroalltag vergessen lassen und die Natur mit allen Abenteuern und Erlebnissen entdecken.
Dazu gehören neben meiner Vorliebe des Radfahrens mittels Tourenbike und Mountain-Bike (natürlich mit Muskelkraft) auch das Wandern und Bergwandern. Im Winter möglichst auch das Skifahren.
Themenwanderwege als Mehrtagestouren sowie Radwandern sind ein willkommener Ausgleich zum hektischen Alltag und Lärm der Großstadt.