At the Wanderparkplatz at the historic Kellergasse starts the easy and suitable for children and seniors tour. It goes up through the cellar lane and over the beautiful wide and quiet corridor with good views of Bamberg. On the hike you can admire many hunters' stands ;-). The tour runs on good agricultural roads, without much sporting challenge. Only between KM 3.07 and KM 3.43 you move on a narrow meadow path through forest and wild fields. The last 600 m you walk below the easternmost vineyards of Main Franconia.
Suitable as a quiet fur nose hike.
November 3, 2019
The tour begins at the parking lot in Steinbach ("Am Pfaffenberg") and leads through the vineyards to Ziegelanger and from there again through vineyards, a short but steep piece through the forest and the Zeiler Höhenweg over the winegrower's stairs back to the starting point. Attention: At KM 2.07, the short climb along the vineyard is no longer the way to go. Did you do this, a bank invites you to rest with a great view. From there it goes back - of course through vineyards. Starting from KM 3,03 you have the possibility to shorten and to save the ascent through the forest to the Zeiler Höhenweg by turning right here and going back via Ziegelanger the already known way to the starting point. If one chooses this option, however, one does not enjoy the descent via the wine-growing staircase. Much of the round runs on paved paths, so that sports shoes are sufficient.
November 4, 2019
Nice, easy round trip. Parking is possible directly at the starting point. The path leads uphill past some beautiful weekend cottages ("Schwarzbauten"?) To "ascend" on a woody path to the Vierethsknock. The path leads through the forest and is not frequented - we did not meet anyone. After leaving the forest, you will come to the paved road to Johannishof, which you follow in the opposite direction and then after about 100 meters turn left into the Marienweg direction Dörfleins. From here, the path also called "Rennweg" runs through meadows and shrubs. Mushrooms (see photo) can be found here at the right time of year. The round is also good to run with a fur nose. Have fun.
October 20, 2019
There is no bad weather, only bad clothing! Following this motto, we set off in rainy weather on the wild and romantic Oytal. We did not regret it. The path to the Oytalhaus runs mainly on asphalt. Thus walkable even in bad weather. Since the route is only available to residents, traffic is unlikely.
Recommendation in the Oytalhaus: Dark Zötler beer!By the way, the climb in the middle of the tour is just a GPS error!
May 13, 2019
A short and relatively easy walk. Also nice to go with the dog "Gassi". The WauWau has several cooling possibilities during the hike (small stream, waterfall). The round starts at the public car park in Via Unità D'Italia, below the sign for Casa Bonetti (where we stayed), and leads through a publicly accessible olive grove and a small part of Oldesio into the countryside above the SP 38 to Aer. The path uphill is easy to walk and crosses a small stream. When you reach Aer, the "hardest" part is done. Along the Via Panoramica we go to Gardola. Here it goes back down to Oldesio, through nature. Very funny: take care in Gardola, so as not to miss the hidden passage from Via Castello to Via Campello! Refreshments would be the pizzeria Apollo XI and the Ristorante AL Terrazzo.
May 5, 2019