12

Christian Damiani
 

84

Followers

About Christian Damiani

Hallo ich bin der Christian. Meine Leidenschaft ist Wandern & Bergwandern. Ich liebe es draußen im Wald und auf den Bergen zu sein, ist meine Lieblingsbeschäftigung in der Natur zu sein und immer wieder neues zu erleben und zu entdecken jeden Tag. :-)Was ich noch empfehlen kann ist eine Checkliste zu führen bei einer Wanderung & Bergwanderung.
Folgende Checkliste habe ich für mich erstellt, und halte es immer Bereit bevor ich eine Tour starte die punkte auf der Checkliste nachgehen ob alles dabei ist und auch abgeklärt wurde. Das kann ich jedem empfehlen (auf eigene Art) durchzuführen. Wichtig: Immer auf die aktuelle Körperverfassung achten wie es jemand geht, und ob er sich Fit fühlt oder nicht. Nicht zu unterschätzen.
Checkliste: Route: Datum, Distanz, Höhe und Höhenmeter (Auf- und Abstieg)
Art der Wanderung: Tageswanderung, Rundwanderung, Gipfelbesteigung, Mehrtagestour etc., Start, Ende, wichtigste Zwischenstationen.
Weg Kategorie/n: Wanderweg, Bergwanderweg, Alpinwanderweg
Weitere Anforderungen und Verhältnisse: Pausen, Rückweg,
Teilnehmende: Anzahl, Handynummern, Erfahrung und Kondition der Mitwandernden
Reise / Unterkunft: Ankunft, Treffpunkt
Abreise: Letzte Rückreisemöglichkeit, bei Übernachtung: Hotel- oder Hüttenreservation
Wetter: Prognose,Temperatur,Niederschlagsrisiko,Gewitterrisiko,Wetterveränderung während des Tages
Ausrüstung: Rucksack, Wanderschuhe
Kleidung: Regenschutz, warmer Pullover oder Jacke, Mütze, Handschuhe
Sonnenschutz: Brille, Kopfbedeckung, Sonnencreme mit hohem Schutzfaktor
Verpflegung: Ausreichende Verpflegung und Getränke
Equipment: Wanderkarte, aufgeladenes Handy mit Notfallnummern, Notfallapotheke, Taschenmesser
Einschätzung / Alternativen: Meine Planung ist realistisch (Zeitplan, persönliches Können, Ausrüstung etc.)
Ich habe Anforderungen und Wetterprognosen geprüft und entsprechende Alternativen (z.B. Abkürzungen) ausgearbeitet, um falls nötig vor Ort umdisponieren zu können.
Die aktuellen Verhältnisse erlauben diese Bergwanderung, ich habe ein gutes Gefühl dabei.

Distance travelled

282 mi

Time in motion

116:06 h

Personal Collections
View all
Recent Activity
  1. Christian Damiani went for a hike.

    June 3, 2021

    03:20
    6.99 mi
    2.1 mph
    2,150 ft
    2,150 ft
    1. Christian Damiani

      A very nice easy hike. Can be done all year round. There are very nice fire pits for picnics. Can be done with the whole family. (Children from 10 years) You must be in good physical condition.In the summer you can cool off by the Sihl River.The Sihl is a Swiss river and the largest tributary of the Limmat. It drains parts of the Schwyz Pre-Alps and then flows in a narrow corridor south of Lake Zurich and north resp. east of the catchment area of the Reuss and Reppisch to the northwest of the city of Zurich, where it flows into the Limmat.During the hike there is a very nice, cozy restaurant (Sihlmättli) with a large playground for the little ones, plus a beautiful view of nature.The highlight of the hike was the following:
      - Along the Sihl river there are always beautiful viewpoints and you can feel nature so closely.
      Important: This hike starts directly at the parking lot of the Spreuermühle restaurant (fee applies) CHF 5.00 for the whole day.For your information: easy hike
      Difficulty level: T1 (hiking)

      translated byView Original
      • June 3, 2021

  2. Vreni, Hans-Ulrich (Ueli) and 11 others like this.
    1. Christian Damiani

      A very nice easy hike from Bellinzona around the three castles. (Castle Castelgrande-Castle di Montebello-Castle di Sasso Corbaro)The three castles of Bellinzona are a fortification in Bellinzona, the capital of the canton of Ticino in Switzerland. The facility in its current form was mainly built in the 15th century as a dam and to control the access routes to the Alpine passes. It consists of the three castles Castelgrande, Castello di Montebello and Castello di Sasso Corbaro as well as the city wall and the Murata defensive wallAt the height of every castle you can enjoy the beautiful view of Bellinzona down to the beautiful Alps. You can have a picnic at every castle, there are very nice places. (All around) This hike can be done with the whole family.And finally, what I can highly recommend after this beautiful hike, to enjoy a fine pizza at Pizza Napoli and then a heavenly, homemade ice cream at Gelateria Veneta. It's just delicious!I felt the following highlight of the hike:
      - All three castles are very nice to visit.
      - Very nice view of Bellinzona and the Alps.
      - PIzza Napoli and Gelateria Veneta is simply a must go to eat.
      Important: This hike starts directly from the public car park at Bellinzona train station. (chargeable) However, in the area around the train station there are also free parking spaces as I have seen.For your information: easy hikeDifficulty level: T1 (hiking)

      translated byView Original
      • March 7, 2021

  3. Fabian, Bubba and 40 others like this.
    1. Christian Damiani

      A very nice moderate hike. Hiking sticks are an advantage. Surefootedness is essential. The Teufelsschlucht is really a dream. The path there is really very beautiful as well as the crossings to several small bridges. Here you feel like you are in another world with the waterfalls and rocks. Really beautifull.
      On the whole way there are isolated barbecue areas to relax and grill.
      From the top of the Allerheiligenberg there are very beautiful vantage points and a beautiful view of the Alps. When you have then arrived at Belchenflue, this is also the canton border between the cantons of Solothurn and Baselland. From here the view of the Alps is a dream come true. When the weather is nice you can see the whole Baselland area, as well as Lake Constance, Säntis Berg etc. Unfortunately for me it was not the case, I had fog, as well as a Sahara sand cloud. During the entire hike there are benches and very nice barbecue areas.There is a public toilet at the starting point, and there is also a Coop and a Denner nearby.The highlight of the hike was the following:
      - Devil's Gorge a real dream for every hiker a must. On the way there are various donation boards to support the Teufelsschlucht.
      - Fantastic barbecue area on the Allerheiligenberg.
      - Belchenflue Fantastic view of the Alps
      Important: This hike starts directly from the public parking lot. (Toll-free)For your information: moderate hikeDifficulty level: T1 (hiking)

      translated byView Original
      • February 6, 2021

  4. Christian Damiani went for a hike.

    January 31, 2021

    Fabian, Jose Polanco and 10 others like this.
    1. Christian Damiani

      This hike starts right near the public parking spaces (fees apply). However, in the vicinity of the starting point there are further parking spaces (subject to charges) along the road.Is a very nice and pleasant hike, can be done at any time. There are various benches and barbecue areas on this hike. Can also be done on foot with children (from 8 years) and also with a stroller.The highlight of the hike was the following:
      - The free shop is located approx. 500m after the tour start on the left. I think this free exchange shop is a great idea.
      - The Allmend nature experience area is very beautiful and relaxing. Ideal for children and dog owners to let off steam.
      - Tabernacle ideal picnic area with barbecue area and table and bench seats.
      Important: This hike starts directly from the public parking lot. (charges apply)For your information: easy hikeDifficulty level: T1 (hiking)

      translated byView Original
      • January 31, 2021

  5. Christian Damiani went for a hike.

    January 24, 2021

    Fabian, charles and 21 others like this.
    1. Christian Damiani

      Very nice hike around the Mauensee. Can be done at any time. During the tour around the Mauensee there are various benches to enjoy the beautiful view. And watch nature. Can also be done on foot with children (from 8 years) can also be done with a stroller.The highlight of the hike was the following:
      - Great tour around the entire Mauensee, as well as a beautiful view of the lake, small but really nice.
      - Mauensee Castle, even if you can't visit it, it's still very nice to see. Here is a short summary of Mauensee Castle.
      Mauensee Castle was first mentioned in 1184/1190. At that time the castle and the lake were registered as Moginse in the Engelberg monastery register.
      The first evidence of a castle on the largest of the four islands date from the 13th century, possibly founded by the barons of Büron, who owned half of the lake at that time. The other half of the castle and water belonged to the Barons von Grünenberg. It is not certain whether the castle was destroyed by the Confederates in 1388. However, the fact that the lake and island came to Lucerne in 1455 is documented. Two years later the estate was sold again and then changed hands several times.
      Today's castle was built in 1605 by Schultheiss Michael Schnyder. In the following centuries the ownership changed several times, but the castle and island are still privately owned today.
      The following people have ever owned Mauensee Castle:In 1275 half of the castle was owned by the Habsburgs
      1455 owned by the council of Lucerne
      In 1457 the seat was sold to Hans Ulrich Snider, now Schultheiss
      In between, various hand changes followed
      In 1721 Count Rudolf Riva acquired the rule of Mauensee
      In between, various hand changes followed
      In 1807 the Pfyffer family owned by Altishofen
      In 1811 the Jakob Eggstein family from Zofingen bought the castle
      In 1875 the property was sold to Count August de Pourtalès of Neuchâtel and Bern
      In 1942 the castle and lake came into the possession of Karl von Schumacher
      After his death, his brother Dr. Pierre von Schumacher the castle
      After his death it again went to his widow Charlotte von Schumacher-Specker
      Since 1998 in the private residence of the Sigg family
      Important: This hike starts directly from the public parking lot. (chargeable) The first hour is free, then every additional hour CHF 0.50For your information: easy hikeDifficulty level: T1 (hiking)

      translated byView Original
      • January 24, 2021

  6. Fabian, Hans-Ulrich (Ueli) and 21 others like this.
    1. Christian Damiani

      This hike starts directly from my quarters, there is public parking nearby (free of charge). However, in the vicinity of the starting point there are further (fee-free) parking spaces along the road, but these are limited. Otherwise you can also park vis-a-vis from the Zufikon parish hall. (Toll-free). Or at the FC Bremgarten football club or at Sunnemärt Bremgarten parking (subject to a fee)Is a very nice hike. Can be done all year round.
      Can also be done on foot with children (from 10 years). You must be in good physical condition.
      The highlight of the hike was the following:
      - Erdmannlistein very nice to visit, there you can take the opportunity to take a break. There are two large tables including benches for picnics.
      The legend of the Erdmannlistein is Unter dem Erdmannlistein is said to have been the entrance to a cave, according to a local legend. This is where the trusting "Erdmannli" (meerkats) lived, creatures similar to the brownies. They performed dances and jumps and received vegetables from the people as rewards. When two young boys threw stones into the cave, the "Erdmannli" were gone forever. The legend circulates among children that the "Erdmannli" would come out again if someone managed to run around the Erdmannlistein seven times holding their breath (which is impossible). The Erdmannlistein is also assigned the role of a Chindlistein.
      - Cholmoos very nice pond absolutely very nice to visit. Here you can enjoy nature and tranquility.
      For your information: easy hikeDifficulty level: T1 (hiking)

      translated byView Original
      • January 20, 2021

  7. Sabine, Fabian and 19 others like this.
    1. Christian Damiani

      Very nice hike can be done all year round. During the tour of the hike there are isolated barbecue areas, as well as benches and along the Reuss there are always beautiful places to cool off your feet or to take a bath with caution. (In summer)The highlight of the hike was the following:
      - Tree trunk crossing Jonenbach absolutely very beautiful. There are two tree trunk crossings.
      - Nice places along the Reuss. (Especially in the warm months for bathing)
      For your information: This hike starts from the public parking lot. (Free of charge) Can also be started from the public car park (free of charge) at the Jonenthal Hut.For your information: easy hike
      (Important: The length of the route can be classified as medium or even difficult for other hikers depending on their fitness level.)
      Difficulty level: T1 (hiking)

      translated byView Original
      • January 1, 2021

  8. Christian Damiani went for a hike.

    December 27, 2020

    Vreni, Bubba and 3 others like this.
    1. Christian Damiani

      Very nice hike. Can be done at any time. During this hike there are several places to sit and enjoy the view of Lake Zug and Pilatus. Can also be done on foot with children (from 8 years)The highlight of the hike was the following:
      - St.Verena Chapel small but with a story behind it.
      - St. Michael Church very nice to visit from the outside as well as from the inside.
      Important: The entire hike is approx. 7.16 km. Unfortunately, my GPS did not save all the data correctly. The marked route is correct.For your information: This hike starts directly from the public parking lot. (chargeable) Except on Sundays it is free.For your information: easy hikeDifficulty level: T1 (hiking)

      translated byView Original
      • December 27, 2020

  9. Maurice Schurink, Fabian and 13 others like this.
    1. Maurice Schurink

      Hammer!!!! So awesome !!! Well done Chris !!

      translated byView Original
      • December 27, 2020

  10. Christian Damiani went mountaineering.

    June 14, 2020

    Fabian, Andrea Girlanda and 9 others like this.
    1. Christian Damiani

      It is a very nice moderate mountain hike. Surefootedness and alpine experience must be available, as well as a very good physical condition. Hiking sticks are an advantage. On the way there are a few benches to relax and barbecue areas to eat something.When you have reached the highest point at Tufteren, there is also a restaurant where you can eat. In addition, when the weather is nice and cloudless, you have a fantastic view of the Matterhorn.Zermatt is an idyllic village with a lot of sights with all the trimmings.Important: This hike starts directly from the Alpen Resort Hotel. However, you can also start from Zermatt train station.Important: Zermatt is car-free so you park your car in Täsch. There are several parking garages. From there, the train continues to Zermatt. The one-way train price without the Half-Fare travelcard is CHF 8.20For information: medium-difficult mountain hikeDifficulty level: T2 (mountain hiking)

      translated byView Original
      • June 14, 2020

  11. loading