- 02:1433.3 mi14.9 mph625 ft600 ftMap data © OpenStreetMap contributors
- Oliver Orth
Single trail - hiking poles and sturdy shoes recommended!From the parking lot (275 meters in altitude) it goes up to 333m to Falkenstein (16% gradient) and from there on the ridge, on narrow single trail paths, to Dimberg (400 meters in altitude).The narrow paths and the impressive sandstone formations make up for the not entirely "without" ascent. On the Dimberg the route leads through an opening in the rock (I walked past it the first time).The path now leads over winding paths back down to 324 meters and you can relieve your legs a little.Our next goal is the Rötzenberg with 446 vertical meters ... Whooping *** :). Once at the top you have a wonderful view of the valley and the rocks opposite.TIP: After about 5 km you can take a break at the refuge from the Gossersweiler-Stein local group and strengthen yourself.Normally the third and last climb would be the Immersberg with 463m ... uhm ... nope! Rescheduled and searched for the shortest route to the parking lot.But discovered a great clearing at km 6, with a bench to rest and an invitation to let nature take effect.
April 30, 2020
- 03:015.96 mi2.0 mph1,025 ft1,100 ftMap data © OpenStreetMap contributors