Nadine
 

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"Das ist nicht erdacht, das habe ich erwandert." Schöner als Goethe kann man es nicht formulieren. Das Wandern, in meinem Fall Bergsteigen, Trekking und Hochtouren, ist für mich die angenehmste Art, meine Gedanken zu ordnen, mich zu neu verorten und Erkenntnisse zu erlangen. Um so besser also, dass ich bei Komoot meine Leidenschaft auch beruflich ausleben kann. Ich erstelle Wander-Collections für die Mittelgebirge und den gesamten Alpenraum – in der Hoffnung, euch zu einer der Touren zu inspirieren. Zum Bergsteigen bin ich durch mein Studium in München gekommen. Nun wohne ich schon 14 Jahre in Bayern und fahre jede Woche mindestens einmal raus in die Berge. Ein Leben ohne Fels, Schnee und Eis? Kann ich mir nicht mehr vorstellen.

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  1. Nadine planned a hike.

    July 22, 2020

    07:45
    16.6 mi
    2.1 mph
    2,125 ft
    2,575 ft
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      Today is a tough day. At just under 27 kilometers, stage 4 is the longest on your way. If you still have time after your breakfast, take a look at the local parish church with its fine ribbed vault. It is dedicated to Saint Nicholas. After you have crossed the market, you continue hiking steeply uphill to the Wegererstein. At the highest point in Unterweißbach you have a fantastic view of the market, Kaltenberg and the beautiful hilly landscape.Your path continues to the Hermitage. The entire hill has special energies. It is not for nothing that the heavenly ladder, on which heaven and earth meet, stands very close to the hermit hermitage. We continue through the forest to a nature platform on which the Harlingsedter summit cross stands. From here you have another wonderful view over the landscape of the Mühlviertel before you head downhill on the way to Königswiesen.We continue to the village of Mötlas, where you should definitely pay a visit to the chapel. Then you walk past the Bischofsberg and after a short walk uphill you reach the Ruttenstein ruins. The once huge stronghold with seven ring towers is still one of the most impressive ruins in the country and is considered the largest defense system in Austria. Its history goes back to the twelfth century.Enjoy the wonderful views of the Mühlviertel once again with a glass of cider in the nearby refuge, because now it's back to your starting point - Pierbach. You look back on four very fulfilling days in a beautiful landscape. You start your way home full of strength and new energy.

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      • October 3, 2020

  2. Nadine planned a hike.

    July 22, 2020

    1. Nadine

      Stage 3 is really relaxed again today with a day's march of 15 kilometers. You start in Weitersfelsen and walk over meadows and forest paths past the village of Nadelbach. You also pass the farms of the Silberberger schnapps distillers.Here you can treat yourself to a fine drop of home-distilled food. After all, you will soon overcome 300 meters in altitude on the ascent to the Kammerer Kreuz. A little courage and serenity can do no harm. The magnificent view of the Alpine peaks also compensates you for the effort.Before you always go downhill to reach the Kaltenberger Marktplatz, the Johannesweg leads you past the original chapel and the Augenbründl. Two more stops along the way that invite you to pause and recharge your batteries. The folk legend says that Our Lady once appeared to a shepherd boy at the location of the chapel. Take a deep breath, close your eyes and reflect on God and the world. You may find answers to questions that have been on your mind for a long time.Via the Kreuzweg with its 14 stone castle chapels downhill, the path continues to Unterweißbach, the capital of the Mühlviertler Alm region - and your today's destination. Incidentally, stone castle is the typical construction method for the Mühlviertel. The structures are made of granite stones. The larger stones remained unplastered, giving the facades the typical look of light and dark areas. The reason for this construction method was that lime was rare and expensive in this area and the farmers therefore inserted larger stones into the masonry and did not plaster it. Exciting!On your way, you will not only discover spiritual and scenic treasures, but also enrich yourself with cultural knowledge. You will return to your accommodation satisfied and reward yourself with a delicious meal!

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      • October 3, 2020

  3. Nadine planned a hike.

    July 22, 2020

    1. Nadine

      After a relaxing night in Schönau, you start the second stage with a good breakfast and good cheer. Today you can expect pure nature again and a lot of spiritual inspiration. After you have left Schönau, it goes up to the Herrgottsitz. As the name suggests, there is a seat-shaped hollow on this imposing rock formation, on which God is said to have rested after the creation of the earth. Take a seat too and enjoy the peace and quiet and the beautiful views.The next section of the Johannesweg leads you to the Prandegg castle ruins, where you can enjoy a wonderful panoramic view of the Alps from the tower. The next highlight also guarantees you a great view. Because after a good 200 meters of ascent you will reach the Herzogreitherfelsen, which can be seen from afar. Steps, ladders and steel cables carved into stone make it easier for you to climb the impressive granite rock formation.Now you continue to hike to the tranquil town of St. Leonhard near Freistadt. It is worth visiting the pilgrimage church, whose origins go back to the beginning of the 12th century. We continue to the Bründl Chapel - another station on the Johannesweg. This was built in 1728 on the old local road from St. Leonhard to Ennsedt. It goes uphill over the Haiderberg to Langfirling and then to Waldfeld, where the Galgenbühel is soon reached.Downhill, through the forest and along the main road you continue to hike to the Zwischenstromwiese. It is already located in the municipality of Weitersfelden. Here black and white Aist flow together and thereby form the Waldaist. Soon you will reach your today's destination - the beautiful place Weitersfelsen, where you will move into your accommodation. Look forward to a relaxing evening with a good meal and a glass of wine.

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      • October 3, 2020

  4. Nadine planned a hike.

    July 22, 2020

    1. Nadine

      Your first stage starts in the municipality of Pierbach. Today there are only nine kilometers waiting for you - for that you immerse yourself completely in the spiritual aura of the Johannesweg. If you are arriving today, you can end your day relaxed with the first stage. If you have already arrived the day before, then start your first day with a hearty breakfast. Strengthened and in good spirits you are ready for the route! It starts on the Ramlberg and on to the farm of the Irxenmayer family. The first station of the Johannesweg awaits you here. The Johannesbrunnen and the Angel Chapel in Pierbach are undoubtedly highlights that you should definitely see.The place immediately unfolds its effect. The fountain and the chapel are so picturesquely embedded in the beautifully hilly nature that you will not be amazed. For inner contemplation, enter the Angel Chapel. The fountain will give you a little refreshment. Its water impresses with its high purity. The granite rock through which the water finds its way up has a filtering effect and prevents inorganic minerals from entering the water. You can either drink the water straight from the fountain or take it home in bottles. Because the water is sold under the name irx water. Not far from this wonderful place of power is the ball mill, which you can still visit afterwards.Gently uphill and downhill, you continue hiking across meadows and on forest paths in the direction of Schönau. On the last three kilometers you cover a good 100 meters in altitude until you arrive in the beautiful town of Schönau in the Mühlkreis. Here you still have enough time for a little stroll through the city. The St. James' Church, built in Romanesque style, is worth seeing. After a busy day you move into your cozy accommodation and treat yourself to a hearty dinner at the end. Tomorrow it goes on!

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      • October 3, 2020

  5. Nadine planned a hike.

    July 17, 2020

    1. Nadine

      For the last time she is your protector and patron on your pilgrimage, the Holy Hemma. Past the Nepomuk Cross you will reach the Vellachgraben and on to the pilgrimage church of St. Wolfgang. If you want to visit the church, you will receive the key for the church in the rectory of Grades. Via the Kirchsteig it goes down into the village to the parish church of Grades.The path continues to the Ebner bridge, where you branch off towards Strasbourg. Passing the Eberhard homestead it goes to the Prekowa at 1,174 meters above sea level. The Prekowa is the transition from the Metnitz to the Gurktal. Here three parish areas border one another. In 1860 Martin Linder built a chapel dedicated to the painful Mother of God on the Prekowa. From the Prekowa Cross you hike about seven kilometers to St. Peter ob Gurk.The church north above Gurk was first mentioned in 1179. The small Romanesque building with a rectangular choir has a wooden roof turret and was probably given a late Gothic porch in the 14th century. The modest furnishings include a baroque altar with a late Gothic carved figure of Saint Peter and two baroque statuettes of Saint Vitus and Saint Oswald.After another four kilometers you will reach Gurk - the last place of your pilgrimage. You look back on seven eventful days. Before you go home, you've earned a hearty meal. You will remember your spiritual week for a long time!

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      • September 7, 2020

  6. Nadine planned a hike.

    July 17, 2020

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      The sixth stage is all about nature and faith. Starting from St. Lambrecht you hike across borders today: From the market square in St. Lambrecht it goes uphill towards Auerlingsee, which is at 1,318 meters above sea level. There you also get to the Carinthian border.When you arrive at the Wandaler Kreuz on the Bergsattel, you can first enjoy the wonderful view before continuing on the Carinthian side over the narrow Gwerzbachtal valley to Ingolsthal. In Ingolsthal you make a pilgrimage via the parish church to the Perzl Kreuz. From there you hike down to Metnitz via the Buchhäusl, Toner, Rainer, Marak, Gruber and Senger farms.The Auerlingsee in the Zirbitzkogel-Grebenzen Nature Park is an absolute highlight on this stage. The lake in a beautiful forest location has a size of about three hectares. It is a mountain lake that was created by the damming of a moraine. Ingolsthal lies in a side ditch that runs north from the Metnitztal. It is an old mining area that has been mining for silver since the early Middle Ages.The parish church of St. Leonhard in Metnitz is in an exposed position on the edge of a steep rock in the center of the village. The church is Gothic, Romanesque wall remains with late Baroque additions are also available. In the small town of Metnitz you will move into your last night's camp on this pilgrimage. Enjoy the rest and look forward to a soft bed.

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      • September 7, 2020

  7. Nadine planned a hike.

    July 17, 2020

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      Spirituality as far as the eye can see - this is what stage 5 of the Hemma pilgrimage route promises. And today you cover the shortest stage with 16 kilometers. This gives you time to sightsee and relax. You leave Murau and walk in the direction of Laßnitzbach. Then it goes first up to the Taler Eck at 1,642 meters and then - downhill - to St. Lambrecht in the Zirbitzkogel-Grebenzen Nature Park.The place St. Lambrecht was probably already settled by the Celts, later by the Romans and for a while also by Slavic peoples, until they were largely displaced by immigrants of German origin in the time of Charlemagne. In 1458 St. Lambrecht was promoted to market by Emperor Friedrich.The founding of the St. Lambrecht monastery by the family took place before 1076. A document from 1103 seals the extensive foundation. The building stock certainly goes back to the eleventh century. Due to frequent raids, the monastery was expanded as a fortress in the 15th century. The monastery building is a masterpiece by the Italian builder Domenico Sciassia and was built in the Renaissance style from 1640.Inside the building is the monastery museum with its art-historical and folklore exposita as well as the bird collection of Father Blasius Hanf. The collegiate church is the main church of the Benedictine monastery of St. Lambrecht. Originally the Karner served as a parish church in the cemetery, later the Peterskirche, which is located opposite on the bastion of the monastery courtyard.In St. Lambrechts you can end the evening comfortably and get in the moral mood for the penultimate day of your pilgrimage. Perhaps you will also find enough peace to briefly go into yourself and recapitulate the many experiences.

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      • September 7, 2020

  8. Nadine planned a hike.

    July 17, 2020

    1. Nadine

      Churches, peaks and a beautiful town: Stage 4 also has nice surprises in store for you. Marching through the picturesque Hintereggertor, you leave Oberwölz and go to the Winklern pilgrimage church.The church is a replica of the famous Altötting pilgrimage church in Bavaria and thus the only place of grace of its kind in Styria. It was built by Thomas Langanger, the estate manager of the Mainhartsdorf Castle, which belongs to Admont, and the carpenter Matthias Merl between 1654 and 1658.It continues to the Butterer Kreuz on the Kammersberger Höhe at 1,072 meters. Then you go down to St. Peter am Kammersberg with its parish church enthroned above the village. Two Roman stones walled in on the south wall of the church bear witness to the early settlement of this place. Via the Stanglmühle snack station and the Stolzenhütte you hike to the summit of the Stolzalpe at 1,817 meters above sea level.The beautiful city of Murau is where you spend tonight and gather strength for tomorrow. In the evening you can pay a visit to Murau Castle. This was first mentioned in a document in 1250 and was once located south-east of today's castle. The Gothic fortress was owned by the Liechtenstein family for a long time, then it passed into the ownership of Anna Neumann von Wasserleonburg and later into the possession of the Schwarzenbergs.

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      • September 7, 2020

  9. Nadine planned a hike.

    July 17, 2020

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      The third stage today is high up into alpine climes - you are sure to have spectacular views. The absolute highlight of your tour is the Glattjoch at 1,998 meters. The Glattjoch Chapel is the highest sacral building in Styria. The dry stone structure, which is unique in Central Europe, is probably more than a thousand years old.From the Glattjoch there is a wonderful view of the surrounding mountains. The “Urweg” over the Glattjoch was once already used by the mules. The hiking trail then leads from the Glattjoch steeply downhill to the Weberbachtalboden. On this narrow mountain path, however, your surefootedness is required because the alpine floors are mostly damp here.Shortly before Kote you cross the Weberbach on a few stones - it can be a little adventure. Via a wooded area and a forest road you get to the Schöttl Chapel at an altitude of 1,216 meters. From the chapel the road leads you on until you finally arrive in Oberwölz - today's destination. Through the Schöttltor you enter the smallest town in Styria with its predominantly medieval town center.Oberwölz was elevated to a town as early as 1300 and experienced an economic boom in the 14th and 15th centuries. The city wall, three city gates and the fortifications, which still give the town center a medieval appearance, date from this time. The parish church of St. Martin is considered to be the oldest church in Oberwölz. You can end the day with a delicious meal and later sink into beautiful dreams.

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      • September 2, 2020

  10. Nadine planned a hike.

    July 17, 2020

    1. Nadine

      Stage 2 will also lead you to spiritual highlights again. After a hearty breakfast you start in Lassing. From here you hike under the patronage of Saint Hemma to Treschmitz and from there on hiking trail number six - the Schattenberg hiking trail - via the villages of Wieden, Schattenberg, Ödstein and Stein to Döllach. We continue to Irdning and the Kalvarienberg. Via hiking trail number four you get to Donnersbach and through the forest of the same name to the church there - your destination today.Irdning is a picturesque place at the foot of the mighty Grimmings and was first mentioned in 1140. The church of Saints Peter and Paul located there is documented in 1145. It is one of the oldest churches in the upper Ennstal. The parish, originally subordinate to the former Rottenmann monastery, was mentioned as early as 1151. Most of the furnishings in the church date from the 17th and 18th centuries.The village of Donnersbachwald is embedded in the mountains of the Niedere Tauern at an altitude of 1,000 meters in the rear Donnersbachtal. The parish church of Saint Leonhard was built in 1753 and 1754 on behalf of Empress Maria Theresa. Until then, the residents of the small mountain village had to make the long and arduous journey to Irdning for the Sunday service. You can also pick up your pilgrim stamp for this stage in the parish church.The actual stage destination, the church of Donnersbachwald, is only at the end of the Donnerbachwald in the village of the same name. Happy and satisfied you move into your accommodation and end the day with a cool drink and a hearty meal.

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      • September 2, 2020

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