Als Ausgleich zu meinem Beruf bin ich am liebsten jeden Sonntag mit meinem Hund im Saarland, den Vogesen, Pfälzer Wald oder einem anderen schönen Wandergebiet unterwegs.
Today I hiked from the Wackenmühle in Rehlingen-Siersburg along the Nied. You can stop off at the Wackenmühle at the end of the hike. In the course of the hike, you can always walk longer sections directly along the Niedufer.
There is also a stalactite cave in Niedaltdorf, but unfortunately it will not be accessible again until 2022.
The descent to Nied to Niedaltdorf can easily be overlooked: this is located directly in front of the covered picnic table on the right-hand side. The section of the path is beautiful but wild: there are dozens of trees on the path and in some places it takes some flexibility to get past them.
The descent to the Nied after
2 days ago
After a seminar in Mannheim, I took the opportunity to go on a hike in Heidelberg on Sunday. I chose the Königsstuhl, one of Heidelberg's two local mountains. Start and finish is the House of Astronomy. The lectures and shows are recommended regardless of a hike. One of the highlights of the tour is the Heidelberger Felsenmeer. Not as impressive as the sea of rocks near Reichenbach (see my tour komoot.de/tour/4869431), but worth seeing. On the tour I was unfortunately able to see the effects of the drought again - numerous bodies of water such as the Kümmelbach still dried up.
November 22, 2020
The start and finish is the hikers' car park near the Grafenfels inn. You could also eat there after the lockdown was lifted. At the beginning of the tour there is a small bridge over the Salzbach. On the way back I saw a sign that the bridge was closed due to the risk of collapse. But nothing was closed, you might have to take the road a little further towards Glashütte and the next bridge.You can still tell from the Storrbach that it was rebuilt as a drift canal - straightened and pressed into a sandstone canal bed. However, you can also see how the stream slowly reclaims its terrain. A beautiful drift system can also be seen on the Lauter on the tour komoot.de/tour/93957857.In the Storrbachtal you should make sure to always walk on the forest paths and not the road down the stream. You can save yourself the detour to the Wüstbachklamm: Even in November the path is interspersed with blackberry vines and there is nothing to see.
November 15, 2020
Inspired by another tour here at Komoot, I hiked the Roman temple complex near Tawern today. Otherwise the route is steeped in history - via the Mannebach hiding place in Hinkelsgret, via the former railway line for the Westwall to the wine presses in Mannebach. The tour is long but highly recommended. To a large extent, you can orientate yourself on the tour using the markings on Traumschleife 111.
November 8, 2020
- 02:517.72 mi2.7 mph1,200 ft1,225 ft
The last group hike for the time being on the last day of October, which appropriately ended in bright sunshine. Sometimes there were spring fever. A successful alternative to the other routes around the Burning Mountain. It is worth stopping at the Bayrisch Zell restaurant afterwards.
November 1, 2020
- 04:2412.1 mi2.7 mph1,150 ft1,150 ft
- 02:135.87 mi2.7 mph1,150 ft1,125 ft
- 02:487.53 mi2.7 mph1,000 ft1,000 ft
Today on the second day of the weekend of German unity with a hiking date a tour around the Lemberg. The start and finish was the parking lot at the dam in Niederhausen. The weather was much better than yesterday. The rain stopped just in time for the start of the tour and it was partly a golden October. You should definitely plan an hour for the Schmittenstollen visitor mine (€ 7.00 admission for adults, € 6.50 for a group of 12 people or more).
October 4, 2020