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Witwe Bolte

About Witwe Bolte
Distance travelled

1,029 mi

Time in motion

327:13 h

Recent Activity
  1. Witwe Bolte went for a hike.

    November 27, 2020

    02:55
    9.42 mi
    3.2 mph
    1,800 ft
    1,500 ft
    Wolfgang likes this.
  2. Witwe Bolte went for a hike.

    November 16, 2020

    Micha, emilmaus and 21 others like this.
    1. Witwe Bolte

      Nice, easy-to-run, varied hike mainly on forest paths / paths without many meters in altitude.
      The contained off-grid sections of the tour were all existing paths / paths.
      Below the "section fortification Possenberg" only a small protection had to be circumnavigated about 80 m to the north, blocking the path.
      To follow the tour, see the modified / updated planned tour "Circular hike Roschlaub-Hohe Metze-Weißer Lahma-Küpser Linde-Steinerne Rinne (verified)" komoot.de/tour/244276875.

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      • November 26, 2020

  3. Gerhard 👣👣👣, Gabriele S. and 24 others like this.
    1. Witwe Bolte

      A hike mainly on beautiful trails, type forest path, which are easy to walk, almost no rocks, few roots.
      Unfortunately, the weather did not play along, it stayed foggy / hazy all day, the sun did not come out. But it was pretty lonely, we only met 3 people on the way!
      To follow the route, see the updated planned tour "Around Warmensteinach-Oberer and Unterer Jägersteig-Mittelberg-Helle Glocke-Krügelweg-Schanzberg (verified)" komoot.de/tour/283713400

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      • November 15, 2020

  4. Witwe Bolte and Dorian Gray went for a hike.

    November 6, 2020

    Anja, illywhacker and 15 others like this.
    1. Witwe Bolte

      For me a surprisingly beautiful tour in the heavily frequented Höllental. I really wanted to walk here before the bridges planned as a tourist attraction over the Höllental and further over the Lohbachtal to Lichtenberg were actually built.
      After this "site inspection" I can only state that the valley will be spoiled, robbed of its beauty and probably completely overrun by people!
      Back to the tour:
      From Hölle to the confluence with the Saale shortly before Blankenstein, the Selbitz has cut its way through the basalt over a length of about 3 km with a gradient of 60 m. The steep slopes to the left and right in the very narrow valley rise up to 160. The valley runs from south to north.
      There is extensive information on the geology, economic use and the past on site and on the Internet. There are a number of well-marked hiking trails. In addition to a wheelchair-accessible path in the valley floor and some child-friendly paths, there are several, sometimes ambitious, rock paths on the steep slopes that are fun to run.
      I recommend visiting during the week in order to at least avoid the high number of visitors; Not so many do the detour over to Lichtenberg.
      Except for one little thing before the deer jump, the tour planning was very good, to follow the tour see the modified planned tour "Höllental-Lichtenberg-Start Einsiedel circular hike (verified)" komoot.de/tour/195397118.

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      • November 11, 2020

  5. Witwe Bolte and Dorian Gray went for a hike.

    September 12, 2020

    04:27
    14.6 mi
    3.3 mph
    2,900 ft
    2,750 ft
    Kathrin, Posali and 31 others like this.
    1. Witwe Bolte

      After recently walking the east side of the valley, now the west side. The hike is already ambitious. It leads from the Forchheimer Kellerwald to the Retterner Kanzel and further up and down over the "mountain range" of the western Wiesent valley to the Streitburg.
      The route runs largely over forest paths and a few steep climbs. In addition to the grandiose view from the Retterner Kanzel to the Ehrenbürg (Walberla and Rodenstein) and into the Regnitz valley, there are always delightful views with interesting perspectives into the Wiesent valley, such as from the Vexierkapelle, the Ebs castle stables on the Feuerstein, the Druidenstein, Hummerstein, Rupprecht- Pavilion and the Streitburg.
      Since it does play a role in the length of the tour: The height measurement recorded by Komoot is almost correct, but not entirely, it was actually around 940 m and not 890 m.
      The tour begins at the Forchheim cellar parking lot and ends at the Streitberger outdoor pool parking lot. If you don't want to operate with two vehicles, you can take the bus from Streitberg (stop B470, lines 231, 233, 389) to Ebermannstadt (stop Bahnhof), change there and continue by train (line R22) to Forchhein station and take the city bus line 261 get back to the starting point.
      vgn.de/liniennetze/landkreis_forchheim
      To follow up on the hike, see the updated planned tour "Hike Westliches lower Wiesenttal Extension (verified)" komoot.de/tour/33682463.

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      • September 18, 2020

  6. Witwe Bolte and Dorian Gray went for a hike.

    September 4, 2020

    05:19
    18.0 mi
    3.4 mph
    2,175 ft
    1,975 ft
    Marcus, Kathrin and 29 others like this.
    1. Witwe Bolte

      The hike is already ambitious and starts over the Ehrenbürg up and down over the "mountain range" of the eastern Wiesent valley to the Neideck.
      The route runs largely over forest paths and a few steep climbs. In addition to the magnificent view from the Ehrenbürg (Walberla and Rodenstein) into the lower Wiesenttal and Regnitztal, there are always delightful views with interesting perspectives on the route, such as from the Kapuzinerfelsen, Dietrichstein, Schlüsselstein, Wallerwarte, Zuckerhut and Neideck.
      Since it is significant here and definitely plays a role in the length of the tour: The recorded altitude measurement by Komoot is once again incorrect, it was actually about 900 m and not 660 m.
      The tour begins and ends at a hiking car park. If you do not want to operate with two vehicles, you can take the bus from Streitberg (stop B470, lines 231, 233, 389) to Ebermannstadt (stop Bahnhof), change there and continue by train (line R22) to Kirchehrenbach back to the starting point .
      vgn.de/liniennetze/landkreis_forchheim
      To follow the hike, see the updated planned tour "Hike Eastern Lower Wiesent Valley" Extension (verified) "komoot.de/tour/32164100.

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      • September 10, 2020

  7. Anja, BirgitDa and 13 others like this.
    1. Witwe Bolte

      Very nice hike in the slate mountains. The quite ambitious route with many climbs and paths was mostly shady in the forest, so it is easy to walk even when it is warm. The view from the northwest down to Lauenstein Castle is impressively beautiful.
      In general, there are many paths and trails in this area that are not shown on the Komoot maps.
      On the "Pechleite" west of Fischbachmühle my navigation system failed briefly. A "serpentine" with approx. 1 km is missing in the recording. I found the paths in this area to be the most beautiful.
      All the planned off-grid sections turned out to be forest paths or paths. Only on the steep ascent from Fischbachgrund to Schwarzer Berg / Spitzberg, here it always went up the instep, sometimes a path or path was missing, but that was not a problem.
      To follow the round see the updated planned tour "Circular hike Lauenstein-Thüringer Warte-Fischbachmühle-Falkensteiner Grenz-Spitzberg-Lauenstein Castle (verified)" komoot.de/tour/198871405.

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      • September 8, 2020

    1. Witwe Bolte

      The contained off-grid sections of the tour are all existing paths / paths.
      Below the "section fortification Possenberg" you only have to walk around a small protection that blocks the way.

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      • November 26, 2020

  8. Nobby, Schorsch B. and 16 others like this.
    1. Witwe Bolte

      A somewhat more challenging hike over a total of 18 km with almost 600 m of altitude on forest paths and many root and rock trails.
      With the exception of the Quackenschloß-Riesenburg section, the route was lonely and rarely used.
      I experimented a little at the doorbell and looked for a passage down the valley, this didn't work and unfortunately my navigation between the rocks also crashed, so that my tour now unfortunately consists of part 1 and part 2.
      Part 1 see komoot.de/tour/242614430.
      Definitely recommended to walk is the Zwecklersgraben (short but very beautiful), the "stairway" from Schloßberg Burggailenreuth to Burggailenreuth Castle, the path from Quackenschloß to Adlerstein and also the moat from Moritz down to Sachsenmühle.
      To follow the tour, see the slightly modified planned tour "Circular hike Wölm-Sachsenmühle-Esperhöhle-Klingelloch-Zwecklersgraben-Quackenschloß-Riesenburg-Schottersmühle (verified)" komoot.de/tour/242463643.

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      • August 28, 2020

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