Grandiose final of my Swiss week in a weather that could not have been better. :) The Jöriseen & the surrounding mountains are a dream! If I should come back to the area, I have to go the tour from Wägerhus on the Jöriseen to Berghaus Vereina. The Vereina valley looks so inviting - I would have liked to stay at once. However, I was not sure if you spontaneously from Berghaus Vereina back to a more populated area. The Berghaus (berghausvereina.ch/Berghaus_Vereina/Berghaus_Vereina.html) can either be reached on foot or by using the Vereinabus (registration required).***Start / End: Postbus stop Wägerhus
Requirement: medium (T2) with a short steep rope-insured passageThe round trip (davos.ch/sommer/aktivitaeten/wandern/wandern-in-davos-klosters/wandertouren/touren/outdooractive/Outdooractive/788-joeriseen-rundtour) is currently not possible because of the Trail over the winter gap is locked due to a rock fall.Alternative one-way trail: davos.ch/sommer/aktivitaeten/wandern/wandern-in-davos-klosters/wandertouren/touren/outdooractive/Outdooractive/flueela-waegerhus-joeriseen-berghaus-vereina
September 25, 2019
Base Rother 8 in the reverse direction, i. with knee-gentle ascent to Strela Pass.The Panoramaweg is also used by mountain bikers, which can be seen especially on the sections Schatzalp to Strela Pass and Pasennhütte to Gotschnagrat. Here the way is quite broken. Every biker needs his own trail. ;) (but sometimes also applies to hikers who love shortcuts especially on serpentine). Today only a few bikers were on the way. At the weekend it looks different.The route from the Parsennhütte to Gotschnagrat was not that nice. Alternatively you can go from the Parsennhütte over the "Gratweg" over the Grüenhorn to Gotschnagrat. That is, however, 7 km and about 400 HM with a fairly steep descent to Gotschnagrat. Such a variant I would again run in the opposite direction. I ran a little way into Gotschnagrat's way to look at it. I guess that would have to be T3.
September 18, 2019
Rother 50 (from Monstein through the canyon to Filisur); extended by the ridge path Rinerhorn / Jatzmeda to OberalpWhen I saw on the descent from Oberalp that the trail on the road was closed shortly before Monstein, I was momentarily undecided. ;) There is luckily a signposted diversion.The mobility path through the Zügenschlucht initially follows the old Zügenstraße, but later branches off into a hiking trail.
September 18, 2019
The basis is the tour from the mountain station on the Jakobshorn over the Jatzhorn to Sertig Dörfli (Rother 38). The path over the ridge between Sertigtal and Dischmatal is fantastic - especially with the terrific weather that I had today. I would have liked to stay a bit longer on the Jatzhorn, but unfortunately I was on the heels of a school class who had gone up the mountain on a later track.The trail on the ridge is fortunately closed to mountain bikers. For the bikers, the underlying path is released, which you meet on the descent. At the weekend it will be really full, as the way for the mountain bikers is propagated as a technical route. Therefore, I would not follow the signs on the stones on the weekend at about 2260 HM, but descend straight. This saves a part of the mountain bike route.
September 16, 2019
Compared to the Ravenna gorge this morning, the Rötenbach gorge is less rough, but lush green. A great way!After the confluence with the Wutach, the path eases a bit. There is not much to see here from the Wutach. It will be exciting and wild again in the Lotenbachklamm. Short, but great!The beautiful part of the Wutachschlucht begins only at the shadow mill. Since the m.W. not so well accessible by public transport, I would start for a hike through the Wutachschlucht at the bus stop Gündelwangen, Lotenbachklamm directly at the entrance to the gorge. Especially as the way through the gorge is really rewarding. When wet, you have to be careful here, as it goes partly steeply over rocks. In some places the way is also reinforced with metal struts, which - as I have stated;) - are also extremely slippery.
October 3, 2019
The base is the hut hike from "Panoramawege Schwarzwald, extended by the Feldbergsteig and the Felsenpfad. Both additions I actually liked better than the original parts of the tour. On the rock path I was lucky and was traveling alone. Given the mass catering at the Feldbergbahn station, this is probably rarely the case on the Feldberg. There was hardly anything going on there today, but on the panorama paths I was already too busy. On the Feldbergsteig were also some people on the way.
Bus 7300 from Titisee to stop Feldberger Hof, last bus on weekdays 17:30.
September 11, 2019
Started at 7 clock at Hamburg Central Station, arrived at 3 shortly before Titisee. Time enough for a small afternoon round, even though the sky has closed after a sunny start. Luckily it stays dry.Source: Mystic Paths; shortened round. Unfortunately the restaurant on the Hochfirst is closed on Tuesdays.
September 10, 2019
Usually from Landungsbrücken / Stintfang, today from St. Pauli, as the jetties are still being built. The station is expected to be released in mid / late November.At the Haynspark the Alsterwanderweg is still closed / diverted. Actually, the new pedestrian bridge should have opened at the end of August, but after the collapse of the almost finished new building in June is not even the approach of a bridge to see. That will probably take a while ...Stephansplatz is also completely torn up. Currently, there is hardly a place in Hamburg, where not built. After all: as of Monday, the U1 again drives between Ohlsdorf and Langenhorn. Finally free ride to Raakmoor. :)
August 26, 2019