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  1. Andreas H., Lydia and Armin Franz like this.
    1. HOMEberger

      The smooth side of the dam is perfect for inline skating, there is no traffic except very short sections. Young children can also accelerate with the wheel. The round can be driven completely or the two rings individually. Parking is available at the Tegut-Markt in the "Ernst-Ihle-Straße" in Ziegenhain and at the nearby glider area, at the company Freudenberg in the street "An den Schwalmwiesen" in Treysa, at McDonalds in Treysa and in the street "An the fire station "in Ziegenhain.

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      • November 2, 2018

  2. HOMEberger planned a hike.

    November 2, 2018

    Andreas H. and Stefan ⛰ like this.
    1. HOMEberger

      Fun round for kids with wheel. The paths are well developed with fine gravel and the views of the lake varied. Great for parents and children! Start / finish is the parking lot of the indoor pool in Borken.

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      • November 2, 2018

  3. HOMEberger and Samuel Waldeck went mountain biking.

    September 29, 2018

    Jonathan Linker, Anja and 3 others like this.
    1. HOMEberger

      A very nice mountain bike tour through the North Hesse home. Lots of nature, great views, wonderful people to linger and get to know each other and as a finale a delicious reward.The ascent to the Sauerburg by mountain bike is not easy, here you can also descend and walk the few meters. The view of the Homberg Castle and the surrounding area is magnificent.Please respect nature, do not leave garbage or better, collect what others have left behind. Have fun on the steep slopes and good staying power while climbing uphill.Where does the name "Die Neudenker" come from? You read that on homeberger.de/carsten-samuel-waldeck

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      • September 29, 2018

  4. HOMEberger went for a hike.

    September 28, 2018

    Tobias, Rainer and NightFox like this.
    1. HOMEberger

      A nice walk past the Grünhof, which houses the annual music reserve, via the Segelflugareal on the Mosenberg and over steep paths and wide views of Homberg and its surroundings back to the farm of Hubertus nails.Where does the name "The Community Builder" come from? You can read this on homeberger.de/hubertus-naegel

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      • October 12, 2018

  5. HOMEberger went for a hike.

    September 20, 2018

    00:43
    1.56 mi
    2.2 mph
    150 ft
    150 ft
    Timo, Jonathan Linker and 2 others like this.
    1. HOMEberger

      Little time to explore Homberg? This is the daily round of gassing from local ice cream refresher Simone Bressan. The path leads you through the city park, past allotments and at the foot of the castle hill of Homberg. Through the city forest, it then goes back down through winding half-timbered streets and over the large market square back to the ice cream parlor Bressan.Where does the name "Der Erfrischer" come from? You read that on homeberger.de/simone-bressan

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      • September 20, 2018

  6. HOMEberger went for a hike.

    September 18, 2018

    1. HOMEberger

      In addition to the shopping facilities, the Biohof Groß also offers a transparent insight into organic farming and animal husbandry. Across the yard and past the greenhouses of the Groß family leads a narrow path past a pond and through the renatured floodplains of the Efze in the direction of Homberg old town.The Hohenburg of Homberg and the Stadtkriche characterize the landscape and are to be seen as the goal of this route early and thus give a foreshadowing of the panoramic views, which will later offer the castle hill.Once in Homberg, you can stop by at the ice cream parlor Bressan and start the climb to the Hohenburg via the historic market square. The path leads back to the Efze plain via an alternative route. If you do not want to worry about the navigation, you can also use the well-known way to get back to Mühlhausen.Where does the name "The Value Creator" come from? You read that on homeberger.de/malte-gross

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      • September 18, 2018

  7. HOMEberger went for a hike.

    September 17, 2018

    Jonathan Linker, Danbio and Rainer like this.
    1. HOMEberger

      From the outdoor pool Großropperhausen the path leads through the old town center, past the Kunst- and Werkhof and the Gutshof Akademie into the open field. You follow a narrow historic street that used to connect the towns of Großropperhausen and Hülsa and that has not been used for a long time.After a climb through dense forest, a panoramic view opens up on the hill in front of Hülsa, where you can take a break in a refuge. Those who continue to Hülsa, can stop here in the hotel Wettlaufer and then take the well-signposted path through the Lochbachklamm to Wallenstein.The goal of the tour is Strandbad No. 1 below the castle Wallenstein. Round trip this tour are identical. If you would rather take the bike because of the length of the route, you only have to push a piece of the Lochbachklamm or avoid the premium hiking trail at this point (the escape route leads straight ahead at the entrance to the gorge and can not be overlooked).Where does the name "The Life Artist" come from? You read that on homeberger.de/kristina-fiand-ernst-gross

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      • September 18, 2018

  8. HOMEberger went for a hike.

    September 10, 2018

    2.91 mi
    -- mph
    300 ft
    300 ft
    1. HOMEberger

      On a length of 4.5 km on mostly natural trails change in a short sequence, the landscape paintings. From the forest-lined meadow valley, past the spring pond, over forest edge paths leads to the castle fountain, where you have to cross over steps but still slightly adventurous a valley section with a small babbling brook.The Schlossbrunnen, which once provided the castle with fresh water and its guidance system can be guessed at closer inspection, is named after this path and is one of the cultural attractions, as well as remains of charcoal slabs along the wayside, which tell of ancient forest exploitation.Absoultes highlight of the way is of course the castle Wallenstein, from whose castle or castle tower you can enjoy the magnificent view of the Knüllgebirge and the tranquil town of Wallenstein.As befits a walk, you can, of course, in between times on the benches set up a little break and relax. The inviting gastronomy, the "Strandbad No. 1" at the destination and starting point of the circular hiking path complete the "adventure walking tour".Where does the name "Der Genussritter" come from? You read that on homeberger.de/moritz-zinn

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      • September 10, 2018

  9. HOMEberger went mountain biking.

    September 4, 2018

    Jonathan Linker, Anja and 3 others like this.
    1. HOMEberger

      To be on the move with children's trailers in the middle mountains of Knüll can be exhausting. The climbs of this tour, of which there is a short and a long version, therefore lead on good paved dirt roads and reward with flowing descents past also interesting highlights for children.From the family swimming pool in Großropperhausen this tour leads you with moderate climbs over three hills with great views. It happens soon after the start of a game enclosure and comes to the skewer tower, which was in the Middle Ages meeting place of the state parliaments of the Landgraviate of Hesse.In the valley you follow a beautiful path to the Ohe brook, climbs on gravel forest roads past interesting rock formations to the next hill with a new view in the direction of Homberg. From here, it's a short walk downhill on grass trails, which can be a bit difficult to drive in the spring with high growth at times.The only steep ascent to the village of Leuderode leads along a paved dirt road along the Elisabeth path. Above the village you drive through an extensive clearing with nice resting places. After a short stretch through a jungle, it's fast downhill on solid trails and back to the starting point.Where does the name "Der Nachhaltigkeitsmacher" come from? You read that on homeberger.de/jonathan-linker

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      • September 5, 2018

  10. HOMEberger went mountain biking.

    September 4, 2018

    01:12
    8.35 mi
    7.0 mph
    975 ft
    975 ft
    Jonathan Linker, Anja and 2 others like this.
    1. HOMEberger

      To be on the move with children's trailers in the middle mountains of Knüll can be exhausting. The climbs of this tour, of which there is a short and a long version, therefore lead on good paved dirt roads and reward with flowing descents past also interesting highlights for children.From the family swimming pool in Großropperhausen, the tour starts with a continuous increase towards Knüllgebirge. Have you left the pleasant shaded climb on asphalt behind you, you slide on gravel paths through refreshing forests and past small villages in an adjacent valley.Those who do the tour in late summer, can get down there before the rise on the fall of a long row of apple and pear trees strengthen. To take care of the trees, please take only fallen fruit with you.Where does the name "Der Nachhaltigkeitsmacher" come from? You read that on homeberger.de/jonathan-linker

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      • September 5, 2018

About HOMEberger

Wir sind ein Netzwerk von nordhessischen Unternehmen, die sich für eine nachhaltige Entwicklung unserer Region einsetzen. Hier auf Komoot teilen wir mit Euch unsere liebsten Haus- und Hoftouren und laden Euch ein, unsere grüne Region auf unseren Pfaden zu entdecken. Viele unserer Touren führen vorbei an einzelnen HOMEbergern. Die Namen in den [eckigen Klammern] im Titel unserer Touren weisen darauf hin.Wir sind überzeugt: Nur wer die Natur schätzt, wird sie auch schützen. Denkt daran, dass ihr Gäste auf unseren Touren seid. Euer Interesse an Erholung und Sport darf nicht in Konflikt geraten mit den legitimen Interessen anderer.- ACHTET FREMDES EIGENTUM: Ihr bewegt euch durch private Wälder, die ihre Eigentümer für Euch offen halten.- ACHTET FREMDEN LEBENSRAUM: Ihr bewegt euch durch den Rückzugsraum empfindlicher Tiere und Pflanzen. Bleibt insbesondere mit Eurem Rad auf den Wegen, leint Eure Hunde an und verlasst die Wälder vor der Dämmerung.- ACHTET HINWEISE UND SPERRUNGEN: in unseren Wäldern wird aktiv gejagt und Forstwirtschaft betrieben und Stürme lassen Bäume umstürzen. Begebt Euch nicht in Gefahr, betretet keine gesperrten Wege.- ACHTET DIE NATUR ALS NATÜRLICH: Lasst keinen Müll liegen oder besser, sammelt das auf was andere hinterlassen haben. - ACHTET AUF EUCH: Ihr betretet die Natur immer auf eigene Gefahr. Niemand anderes als ihr selbst ist verantwortlich für eure Sicherheit.

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HOMEberger’s Tour Stats

Distance61.6 mi
Time14:46 h