Unfortunately the start of the recording screwed up on my new toy. That's why the first kilometer has been reworked.
Our destination today was the Luchsstein in one of the quietest corners of Saxon Switzerland. It started in Hinterhermsdorf, where today a running event took place, first to the Brüdersteinen and the AP Lindigtblick. From there you not only have a very nice view, but unfortunately you can see the extent of tree extinction in Saxon Switzerland very clearly.
We continued on the marked Lindigtstraße and the Lindigtgründel down to Kirnitzsch. This crossed and the Stimmersdorfer way again slightly uphill. The following passage through the Kalschels Gründel is not recommended, because on the one hand core zone and also time-consuming by numerous overturned trees. Better to follow the marked trails.
We were on the Raumbergweg (also very many felled in the way trees) to the Brückengrundweg and there bent on the mountain path Lindengründel, which led us directly to our destination, the lynx stone. At least here you realize that you are traveling in a very lonely corner of Saxon Switzerland and should enjoy nature and soak up the peace.
Continue on the mountain path and later again the Brückengrundweg again to Kirnitzsch and directly back up on unmarked and sometimes barely recognizable paths (Hühnerkropf, Nickelsbergweg, Finsterwäldchenweg) up to the Königsplatz. Here you can once again enjoy the view and then go together with many tourists on the easy way back.
A very relaxing hike on mostly quiet paths :)
Due to the construction work in the deep ground, access to the iron slab track is a bit more difficult. In the pantry itself some climbing aids have been removed, so that it is much more difficult for smaller people, especially in the wet, to overcome the paragraph on the chain. The way to Dastellochtum is very varied. Uniquely, the connection to the pantry with a descent over a root, crossing a small cave in a supine position and a balancing insert on a tree trunk.
The ascent to the Dastellochturm takes place over a very narrow crevice, but is easy to handle.
The way back from the fire road was via the postman platform, Begangsteig, fire levels and through the lonely Maucktelle back up to the starting point in Waitzdorf.
A very nice varied tour almost exclusively on Kletterzugangswegen, which demanded a lot from us and made a lot of fun.
At the adventure path Plima gorge there are three viewing platforms directly above the roaring river. Then we followed the glacier trail quickly gaining height to the hut. Almost the entire hike has imposing views of the existing and former glaciers. And everywhere, glacier streams crash into the valley!
The return trip was unfortunately in light rain, accompanied by violent thunder of the approaching thunderstorm.
A highly recommended round, which should not be started too late because of limited parking.
Today at 35 degrees we have opted for the Schnals Waalweg. For a long time with almost no change in altitude, the path runs along the water in the shady forest. Perfect. Juval Castle and almost all rest stops had closed. So it was a relaxed short day with the highlight "Kakteenweg". There suddenly grow tons of cacti just like that on the sunny slope. And even flourished.
Since our youth does not come early from the kink, we started again quite late. But we are on vacation😉
The always slightly ascending path to the Hintergrathütte is quite varied and easy to walk. The Hintergrathütte is rustic and not designed for mass processing. Very pleasant.🙂 There are excellent views of the valley and the surrounding peaks including Ortler, which can be climbed from this hut.
The descent through the valley Suldental with small climbing systems and suspension bridge and thunderous water is also entertaining, if sometimes quite steep.
We liked it very much