Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

About Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

🇩🇪, 🇦🇹 & 🇨🇿 Hallo, das Wandern ist unsere Lust:
👀 LOST PLACES sind auch von Interesse 👀. MFG D & D 🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️🌲

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559 mi

Time in motion

187:24 h

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    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      The one without a raft - Nothing going on - Tour💰 for Mother's Day:Today we were accompanied a few kilometers from the historic raft ditch.The annual rafters' festival on Ascension Day unfortunately falls through the water this year.More about the tradition under the link:
      The topaz rock was "closed" ... we couldn't crack the lock on the fence Z.
      If you want to "climb" the rock, you should have a thaler in your backpack, because otherwise there is nothing going on here without moss 💱 ... 1 euro entry is completely okay ... and with a little luck you can go up to the rock.
      🐸Our highlight were the many toads in the Sauteich. They sunbathed in peace on the edge of the shore (and a little more ... the spring sends its regards;). So we succeeded in taking a few photos of the numerous toads.Kind regards, D & D :)

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      • 2 days ago

    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      〽️The zigzag tour:Today we were in the tranquil Elsterberg.
      Unfortunately, we were a little hasty and already uploaded the tour when we saved it😉.
      We have a lot in common with Elsterberg. We spent our first vacation at the Pöhl dam and a trip to this beautiful piece of earth was planned. Some think this is where the 🐶 is buried. However, we somehow fell in love with the small town. Whenever we are in the area, we are drawn to Elsterberg with its 🧱 castle ruins every now and then.
      Unfortunately, this is currently partially closed due to renovation work.
      🪨The tour today was characterized by rock formations and viewpoints (lots of seating) with a beautiful 👀 of the "White Elster".🚩Picture 7 shows a view of Greiz."Picture 47 shows the most pathetic bench we have ever seen".Greetings, see you soon!

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      • April 18, 2021

  2. Qwitschibo, steffipolster and 69 others like this.
    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      The little bird migration:We haven't been in Altenburger Land for a long time. But today it was that time again and we hiked the route Windischleuba- Altenburg / Poschwitz - Fockendorf - Pahna - Pähnitz. In glorious sunshine, it went past endless meadow landscapes, old water castles, many lakes / dams and even a pyramid.🦢🦤The area is a must for ornithologists. On our tour we were constantly sung about by a wide variety of bird species🐦🦆. "All the birds are already there..."
      ♣ ️ ♥ ️ ♠ ️ ♦ ️We found the old, almost crumbled Poschwitz Castle very interesting and exciting. The game of Skat was invented here in 1813. Sad that this special place is going to ruin so badly.
      The place Fockendorf with its paper museum is very recommendable.
      🚲The further we got, the more people it dragged out. Above all, there were a lot of e-bikers on the road.MFG, D & D

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      • April 11, 2021

    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      The forest:On Easter Sunday we were in and around Kirchberg. We didn't expect much from the place, but were then surprised at how many beautiful corners the town offered us.💮⛲💮Highlight: the Easter fountain with great motifs and "Der Osterweg" in Bärenwalde.The surrounding area often showed us a view of the Ore Mountains🌲⛰🌲, including the Auersberg.The first time we met a Komootler today, however, he and his companion were so lightning fast with the Nordic walking sticks that we had no opportunity to speak to him (neither of them wanted to get out of the rhythm). Well, at least it stayed with a friendly "Hello".MFG, D & D

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      • April 4, 2021

  3. Sven(Bides), Gerd and 62 others like this.
    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      🛤The stumbling-rail tour:🚃Today, we made our way for the first time on rails, along a disused railway line. The Werdau – Wünschendorf railway line (built in 1876 by the Royal Saxon State Railway) runs from Werdau to Mehltheuer.
      In 1999 the Werdau - Wüschendorf section was closed due to a lack of demand and the poor condition of the tracks.
      This section was also known as the "slowest regional express" of the Deutsche Bahn. The train drove through the Wergau forest at 10 km / h.
      More about the history of the route under the link:
      The last train on the Werdau-Wünschendorf railway line:
      🏚Highlight was the Lost Place "Bahnhof Trünzig", which we carefully explored.
      The wooden stairs to the upper floor creaked ... 👀 we felt a bit queasy.
      ⛾Beautiful Easter flair came up at the restaurant 🐰 "Zur Hasenheide" in Langenbernsdorf ... 💐🐇.
      We can warmly recommend this restaurant.
      Furthermore, the route led us past the country hotel "Waldperle" in Langenbernsdorf. When the weather is nice, the kiosk is open, today as well and you could already smell the hearty smell of roster from afar.🌸We wish you a happy new year
      ... see you soon
      MFG D & D :)

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      • April 2, 2021

    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      🥚👀 The Egg Catcher Tour:a little anticipation for Easter 🐰 ...
      ... unfortunately the weather didn't quite play along (strong wind, rain & sleet), but in the end it turned out to be a tour with something.
      🔶️One of the most beautiful museums in the region is the Agriculture Museum Schloss Blankenhain. The 300-year-old castle has been undergoing extensive renovation work for some time, including renewal of the entire electrical system and fire protection. General information is also available at deutsches-landwirtschaftsmuseum.de/de/deutsches-landwirtschaftsmuseum-schloss-blankenhain.htmlSmall highlight: On the way to Rußdorf there is a summit book in which many hiking enthusiasts have immortalized themselves ... ✍.🔹️At the Koberbach dam, we lingered on a bench by the water with a view of 🦆u. beautiful half-timbered homesteads.
      We thought we were alone when we suddenly heard voices and just a few meters away young people from the well camouflaged tent🏕 - almost hidden in the undergrowth - crawled to inspect their fishing routes ... to our reassurance, they were too only two anglers 🎣.
      We were lucky to be home in time, then the real storm came.See you soon :) MFG, D & D

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      • March 27, 2021

    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      The storm migration called Luis:🌺The tour took us to the tranquil village of Drebach with the beautiful crocus meadows that are not yet in full bloom.🌫 Today we were driven by storm "Luis". Some of the gusts were so strong that we struggled to stay on our feet. The positive was with a tailwind
      it went easier.
      The landscape today was characterized by many fields and meadows, which resulted in a great view, often down into the idyllic valley.Unfortunately, some hiking trails were not accessible due to forest damage. We then had to fight our way through trees and bushes, somewhere in the middle of nowhere.⛔Supplement: The following route is not recommended in such weather (danger of falling trees) and from kilometers 5-9 entire forests are blocked in places or hiking trails are partially impassable (difficult to hike through) ❗Many greetings D & D.

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      • March 13, 2021

    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      Today we were in the idyllic Zschopautal🏞 for the second time. Our hike led from Frankenberg via Sachsenburg to Mittweida and back on the other side.Our mood was clouded when we stopped at the former Sachsenburg concentration camp memorial (1933-1937, from May 1934 the only concentration camp in Saxony). (i.a. Fig. 12, 55 and 72)Our round was very instructive and eventful.
      The numerous mountain tunnels and the very beautiful landscape brought good variety to the tour.
      ◽Picture No. 20-24:
      The Neusorge Castle in Zschöppichen, for example, is another highlight. (de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schloss_Neusorge) Here from 1923 to 1931 Elsa Brändström (de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elsa_Brändström) “The Angel of Siberia” (◽Mahnmal Bild Nr. 23) runs a children's home for children of former German prisoners of war.
      Our way was accompanied by the twittering of countless songbirds. The flight of some waterfowl from the river with sometimes splashing wing noises made us sit up and take notice a few times😯.
      We frantically rummaged around in the backpack for the camera, but nature was almost always faster and the finger no longer had to press the shutter button.
      🚸 Attention: tour requires surefootedness and some altitude ability (steep slopes) ❗

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      • March 6, 2021

  4. Maik Bamberg, Raubach and 72 others like this.
    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      🌫Today we tried to capture the cloudy weather and the associated mood in the photos.📸 On the way to Flöha we got an unexpected memory, a look forward to the upcoming speed camera photo ... 😬.🌿The tour took the hiking boots over Hetzdorf, Falkenau and Augustusburg, further and further along the Flöhatal and the beautiful Zschopautalweg. You will be accompanied on this path by beautifully rushing waters💧, the Zschopau & the Flöha.🏰We only touched the Augustusburg lightly. From a distance we will remember them in misty shroud. The castle is on the tour plan again when the weather is better.🔶️TIP: At the Hetzdorf Viaduct (photo or item no. 40) there is a refuge and several covered seating areas."We particularly noticed the many vacant industrial buildings ... a" paradise "for friends of LOST PLACES 👀.

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      • February 27, 2021

    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      The two seasons tour:
      🌲The forest paths were icy and washed away by meltwater, so a courageous jump over small "brooks" was necessary.
      The forest vehicles🚜 have also left their deep marks. Unfortunately, we took the mud on trouser legs and hiking boots with us to the Stollbergers👣👀.
      Stollberger Forest with many instructive and colorful information boards about:
      🔸️ Edible mushrooms,
      🔸️Forest animals and
      🔸️Need for forests ...
      ... There is clearly a lack of trees here:
      ⚠️ Storm depression "Fabienne" swept through in 2018. Unfortunately, it also hit the animal shelter (tour leads past here) and the village of Brünlos.
      🐿 We had a successful encounter with a squirrel. In a flash it shimmy up a tree and just as quickly peeped out from behind the trunk several times.

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      • February 20, 2021

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