Interesting facts about the beautiful Schlosspark Köln-Stammheim, right on the Rhine; ideal to get off here as a cyclist / walk through the beautiful park as a pedestrian.stadt-koeln.de/leben-in-koeln/freizeit-natur-sport/parks/65809/index.html#
January 21, 2020
Looks like a small loop trail; but then it has it all. At km 2.68 the path is barely recognizable and then falls steeply and slippery onto the Am Käsbach dirt road. Not recommended! Instead, turn left at km 2.48; this ends moderately in the same way. At km 3.95 it is also recommended to take the way back to the left in the same way as the way there, since the path from Oberkäsbach along the Eikamper Bach is hardly walkable (steep, slippery and numerous trees that lie above the small path, which is hardly as such) is recognizable)
January 11, 2020
Good to know about KapellensüngThe locality Kapellensüng is a district of the municipality Lindlar, Oberbergischer Kreis in the Cologne region in North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany). It is located north of Lindlar. In terms of urban planning, Kapellensüng has grown together with Hartegasse and stone bridge. Kapellensüng is also known colloquially as "Süng".
Kapellensüng was first mentioned in 1413 as sune.The parish church of St. Agatha initially existed as a private chapel and was mentioned as early as 1662 - a mass had been read “in Hoddergassen”. This chapel was expanded and renewed several times. (from Wikipedia.org)
January 6, 2020
the Tippeltour Wolfsorth, located directly behind Weiden on the B 506, can be walked well because of its good path conditions - hardly any inclines / slopes and vehicle width, or it can also be used with every bike - even for inexperienced users. The length of the path is manageable.
January 4, 2020