Barbara & 🐾🌈

About Barbara & 🐾🌈

Wandern ist die vollkommenste Art der Fortbewegung, wenn man das wahre Leben entdecken will. Es ist der Weg in die Freiheit. (Elizabeth von Arnim, englische Schriftstellerin, 1866 - 1941)Einen Stern bekommen Touren, die besonders schön und auf jeden Fall wiederholenswert sind. Schönheit der Tour definiert sich über die Natur, Beschaffenheit der Wege und Aussichten.

Distance travelled

1,332 mi

Time in motion

474:34 h

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  1. Barbara & 🐾🌈 went for a hike.

    2 days ago

    4.82 mi
    2.7 mph
    900 ft
    800 ft
    Christian, Eva🐴 and 45 others like this.
    1. Barbara & 🐾🌈

      Since it is supposed to rain tomorrow, I used at least the afternoon today to fill two white spots on my hiking map very close: the Noppelfelsen and the historic rope factory in Höllental. Start on the hiking car park at Hofgut Sternen, then on mostly beautiful paths along the Höllbach, with a stark contrast between the enchanted moss forest and the noise of the B31, then up to the Noppelfelsen, actually a large ridge on which the path rises. On the Alpersbach there were trails to be seen, but I saved myself the scramble to the waterfalls with two (running, crazy) women. A little bit of tar road, then down, again on beautiful paths. From a steep slope without trees, I enjoy the great view of the viaduct (and of course I have to wait for the Höllentalbahn, while Lilo complains about the waiting and Flora pursues her favorite hobby I-gnaw something). From there we are quickly back in the valley and have a look at the historic rope mill and mill.

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      • 2 days ago

  2. Barbara & 🐾🌈 went for a hike.

    7 days ago

    Petra, (Rad-)Wanderin and 53 others like this.
    1. Barbara & 🐾🌈

      The pleasure trail actually starts at the Kurhaus, but I started at parking lot 3 at the Maria in der Zarten church (there is some shade there, not so crowded.) It also costs 4 € for 5 hours, 5 € full day (pay accordingly or via mobile phone , see last photo).
      I walk the Säbelthomaweg in the opposite direction, but it's also very well signposted around. So we first climb a pleasant path up to the Windeckkopf with a great view. Before that, we make a detour to the sculpture by Daniel Rösch and look at Hinterzarten in pretty veils of fog and pass the Säbelthomahof.
      From the Windeckkopf you go a little up to the Bisten, but the view here is almost overgrown. Continue until you have an almost kitschy beautiful view of the Black Forest at the house farm: the Feldberg in the background, in front the magnificent courtyard with a cottage garden and Milchhisli. There are huge benches there that invite you to linger and cool drinks. The next highlight is the Mathisleweier, which lies dreamily in the forest (we actually have the lake to ourselves for about 1/2 hour! 😊). From here you continue on beautiful paths back to the church.
      Conclusion: tour on almost exclusively narrow paths, definitely deserves the rating of connoisseur path, there are so many places where you can linger! Also perfect for dogs, enough water!

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      • 7 days ago

  3. Barbara & 🐾🌈 went for a hike.

    September 10, 2021

    Christian, (Rad-)Wanderin and 52 others like this.
    1. Barbara & 🐾🌈

      Due to the inconsistent weather, a lap nearby today. Parked on the little road from Vörlinsbach to the Erlenbacher Hütte. A forest path leads off here, where there is actually always space to park. Up to km 2.66 it goes along this forest path, a wonderful panoramic view opens up over the Dreisamtal.
      Then the rock path begins, first wider, then narrower, more rocky and rooty, past the climbing rocks, then the beautiful path climbs up to Gfallmatte. There we walk a short distance down the asphalt road to a hut, where we turn left at an acute angle onto the Stollenwaldweg. It's wide, but overgrown with beautiful greenery. A steep cut down to the next forest path, which we follow to the right until a wide, but very overgrown path branches off to the left. Amazingly, someone mowed a path on this unmarked path - great!
      At km 7.42 a path branched off to the right, with a beautiful view, but blocked by a blackberry jungle. Then I wanted to turn off at km 7.9 - led across a pasture where the cows were already staring. So rather the last part on the same way back.
      On the occasion, I saw that a new quality path was marked out here, which we followed from the parking lot to Gfallmatte:
      Conclusion: The rock path deserves a star, the other paths are wide, which didn't bother me today with two impetuous dogs, especially since gurgling streams crossed our path again and again for refreshment!

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      • September 10, 2021

  4. Barbara & 🐾🌈 went for a hike.

    September 8, 2021

    5.82 mi
    2.7 mph
    1,000 ft
    750 ft
    Die Wetzels, Sarah and 55 others like this.
    1. Barbara & 🐾🌈

      Recently I discovered the name "Urgrabenpfad im Glottertal" on Komoot. Research revealed that there is a relatively unknown technical monument in the Glottertal: the 22 km long moat built at the end of the 13th century, which initially led to the Glottertal and later to the Suggental promoted.
      After such a long time, the trench has been buried, but the course still needs to be reconstructed. The community of Glottertal has identified the "Urgrabenpfad" variant on its discovery trail. The booklet for the stations can be downloaded here:
      A lot of information has been collected and archaeologically followed the course: Nik Brückner:
      Start today is at the swimming pool in Glottertal. A beautiful path leads to the clinic's Kneipp basin, along the Badbächle, and I find the fish fountain tunnel behind fallen trees and a lot of vegetation. Then a pleasant zigzag ascending path leads us to a refuge (I couldn't find the name), a little further up until we walk from km 2.74 to 6.26 on the former primeval ditch. Even if you practically can't see anything anymore, this short piece of respect alone demands a lot of respect when I imagine that a ditch that was built with physical strength ran along here, which in some cases even required rocks to be pointed!
      Then we leave the Urgraben and descend, there follows a piece of wide path that scores with a beautiful view until we meet the Jägerpfad again, which leads us in a pleasant zigzag slope down to Badbächle and back to the parking lot.
      Conclusion: both historically and in terms of the beautiful paths a nice delicacy!

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      • September 8, 2021

  5. Barbara & 🐾🌈 went for a hike.

    September 2, 2021

    9.95 mi
    2.9 mph
    1,725 ft
    1,525 ft
    Matthias Brandt, Sarah and 52 others like this.
    1. Barbara & 🐾🌈

      The start of the premium trail and the Hochtal-Steig connoisseur trail is the Ankenbühl hiking car park in Bernau (day ticket € 5). Mainly through the forest and over a few pastures (luckily the cows were far enough away and busy with breakfast) the climb leads almost exclusively over beautiful paths, a first view of Bernau opens from the Hohfelsen, then it goes on to the Kleiner Spiesshorn, the panoramic view here is fantastically beautiful, although the alpine chain could only be guessed at in the haze. Further on to the Spiesshorn with an equally beautiful view, shortly afterwards a view of the Feldberg ridge, then we descend to the Krunkelbachhütte. Too early for lunch, so continue down over pastures and through the forest to the panorama path. With a view of the Blößling we take a long break and let a number of sweaty hikers pass us by, who are probably lured by the Krunkelbachhütte, where the barbecue was already thrown on so you can let your gaze wander over the panorama and the blooming heather without having to worry about your feet. The last descent then leads back over beautiful paths.
      At the moment there are lots of heather and a lot of silver thistles in bloom. And also so many other little flowers like the rare swamp heart leaf, which only reveals its jewel-like beauty when you bend down.
      Conclusion: rightly a gourmet and premium tour, beautiful and varied!

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      • September 2, 2021

  6. Barbara & 🐾🌈 went for a hike.

    August 25, 2021

    Bernd, KISS and 62 others like this.
    1. Barbara & 🐾🌈

      Since parking in Todtnau city center is limited to 90 minutes, we headed for the free parking lot from the Hasenhorn lift, there is still enough space in the early morning. The Joh. -Baptist -Keller -Str. ends at a company site, so back through the town. Then the Wasserfallsteig leads us first through the Wolfsschlucht, a short but nice pleasure. Then the path leads to Brandenberg, not too wide, but not the greatest part of the climb.
      Here we leave the path and first go marked, from km 5.43 unmarked, quite steep, first a forest highway, then a wide stony path up. The unmarked piece is beautiful, along a stream, quite overgrown, there are tons of ragwort blooming in yellow clouds, but also meadowsweet and monkshood. A wide unspectacular forest path then leads us over to the Berger Höhe through the forest until a beautiful view of Todtnauberg opens up.
      From km 9.5 the path becomes beautiful: a path zigzags us down to the Todtnau waterfalls, where, as expected, there was a lot going on. Here we meet again on the Wasserfallsteig, which continues as a beautiful path through the forest back to Todtnau.
      Conclusion: Wolfsschlucht and recommended from km 9.5, the round would no longer go like this.

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      • August 25, 2021

  7. Barbara & 🐾🌈 went for a hike.

    August 19, 2021

    10.4 mi
    2.9 mph
    2,000 ft
    2,025 ft
    Siggi, die 🐌, KISS and 54 others like this.
    1. Barbara & 🐾🌈

      Today I rummaged through a tour from Herbert Falk's legendary hiking booklet, which is over 20 years old, and planned and adjusted it with Komoot. Unfortunately Komoot has problems with the pictures and the order again ...
      The ascent via the pasture trail and on to Herrenschwand as well as the descent via the so-called winged gorse pasture into the valley are wonderful. In between, the path runs over the tower path, which is very beautiful in this section. Unfortunately, the high-head tower was closed because it was freshly painted. I made the detour down to the Untere Langwaldweg because I saw seed pods of the broad-leaved stendellum on the Lebküchlerweg tour and wanted to see whether they were blooming - I was not disappointed. To do this, I had to climb back up to the Turmsteig, which was steep and very overgrown.
      From many places there is a beautiful view of the Präger glacier basin and the surrounding mountains.
      Conclusion: a wonderful, varied tour!

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      • August 19, 2021

  8. Barbara & 🐾🌈 went running.

    August 7, 2021

    3.85 mi
    3.6 mph
    1,300 ft
    950 ft
    1. Barbara & 🐾🌈

      On narrow paths directly up to Melibokus, 310 m ascent on 2.2 km, Lilo and I were in good shape as a team today, up in 30 minutes😇. On the way down I prefer not so steep paths, but it can be a bit wider, but apart from the tower, where there is always something going on, hardly anyone met.

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      • August 7, 2021

  9. Barbara & 🐾🌈 went on a Tour.

    August 2, 2021

    Patrick Göser, Claudia and 39 others like this.
    1. Barbara & 🐾🌈

      ... or: when someone comes up with ideas! 😂 After the rain, I thought: let's go through the fields instead of the forest, where it's dripping, especially since the evening sky looked beautiful in the west ... After a few minutes it started to rain , whereby the sky in the west continued to shine very nicely. Lilo, who usually prefers undergrowth, put her pile in an inhabited area and I was allowed to lug the stink bag with me the whole time because the odor-proof cup was peacefully at home. The paths were made of sand - of course, after all, the Ur-Rhine and the Ur-Neckar😬 once flowed here. Sand + water + sandals = 🙄
      Then on the sidewalk there is an obstacle course around the escargots that are now abundant here - but I don't eat snails! 🤷🏽‍♀️
      And last but not least - you already guessed it: it stopped raining at the front door. Tomorrow we're going to the forest again! 😁

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      • August 2, 2021

  10. Barbara & 🐾🌈 went for a hike.

    August 1, 2021

    6.79 mi
    2.9 mph
    850 ft
    750 ft
    AchimB, Bernd and 50 others like this.
    1. Barbara & 🐾🌈

      Turned a lap in the Hambach Valley today: Start at the end of Unterhambach (parking in the village on the street, alternative: start at the very end of the street at 3.88 km of the tour, there is a forest parking lot). As soon as you get into the forest, a nice, narrow path runs to Eselsberg. Broken fir trees have been felled here, while the forest is otherwise more of a mixed oak and beech forest. We catch a glimpse of Oberhambach, walk through the forest again and branch off to the Lindenstein hill, where there is a tiny remnant of ruins, probably not overly old, but a nice place for our breakfast. There is no further information on this in the network. Then it goes back down to the starting point, where Lilo can still rinse the mud feet in the Hambach!
      Except for the stretch up to Eselsberg I didn't like the paths that much today, either wide or broken by forest machines, churned up by wild boars, overgrown or covered with dead wood. I wouldn't go again like this. But a lonely tour on Sundays too!
      Why Komoot is having problems with the photos again at the moment, both when uploading and in the order, remains a secret of the developers ...

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      • August 1, 2021

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