Inspired by Hannes' big bath Urach hiking suggestion, I took his lap as a template and adapted it for me.
For example, I have also included the Wittlinger climbing rocks and the Sirchinger waterfall.
Disadvantage was: in order to cross the B465, I had about half a kilometer along the same ... Without a doubt the most dangerous part of the route.
Otherwise the round was GRANDIOS!
Apart from the paths around the Urach waterfall and Urach through the round runs almost consistently on narrow trails and paths, which are unlikely to share with other hikers.
Also almost everything in the forest, so ideal for yesterday's heat!
Sure, the Waserfall hell was going on (it came even a bridal couple in the entire wedding state!) For a photo session started 😁🤪
Denoch it was a super nice day!
4 days ago
I got used to it in the corner, but was certainly not on the road for nearly 25 years.
Part of the forest is now designated as a spell forest, but the surrounding forest parts look similar.
The riding prohibition sign is certainly nonsense.
Above the forest lies the small Wettenberger Ried.
Through the forest flow many small streams.
Beautiful corner in the beautiful Upper Swabia 😁
(z.R.g., except Moorpfad)
A subbrschene tour in the northern Black Forest!
On the way this time without prospects and peaks ...
Forest hike at Bad Teinach over very interesting and partly overgrown paths and a Tobelweg down to the ruins Waldeck.
The ruin is laid out pretty nested, you can not go anywhere, as you see it from the outside.
Nevertheless, a great fun factor while exploring!
Then, after further down to Nagoldtal, the famous Xander blade!
A real hiking experience, to scramble through here
Climbing over rocks, sticks and stones ...
And up there will be a treasure chest for hikers!
A creek-cooled box of drinks for self-service and a kässle! 🍻
Then back to Bad Teinach and made it just before the huge storm in the car! ⛈
(Z.R.g .; except XKlinge)
The Burrenwald is a contiguous forest about 3km north of Biberach a.d. Crack.
This "urban forest" is virtually the recreational area of the common beaver maker and offers excursionists, walkers, hikers, walkers, joggers, bikers and riders alike a terrain.
The main routes are well secured throughout and do not involve any difficulties.
Also with stroller or wheelchair usually passable.
You have to divide these main ways with the species of the o.g. Groups; especially on well-weathered Sundays and public holidays.
But if you deviate from the main roads to the right or left, you also get calmer sections and the occasional game.
To Bieten the Burrenwald also has a very large forest playground with many barbecue areas, right next to the climbing park.
Likewise, a really great guest house "Burren" after a short distance to reach, see also in the "highlights".
Bad weather round the nature reserve Federsee.
Especially in the rain, the bog and the standing on the mire ground Bannwald has its own charm!
Is it because otherwise almost no one is there and you have almost all the ways and thus the otherwise shy animals for themselves?The round is easy to walk, only on the boardwalks in wet conditions caution is required.
Otherwise, I can absolutely recommend this tour in rainy weather!And after NEN trip to the very good local restaurants! 😉
On and around the Plettenberg, 1002 m above sea level.
The inspiration for this round also goes back to the book "Alpine Paths" by Philipp Sauer.Interesting is definitely the big quarry on the mountain, which leaves a huge hole in the landscape.
The gravel is transported with rope gondolas directly into the valley to the gravel works.The views over the Alb in different places are overwhelming!The hike is quite challenging, some heavy T2 to T3.The paths are PARTS:
Very much overgrown
Running along steep slopesThus, sure-footedness, head for heights and a good basic condition is absolutely necessary.Who takes that into consideration, gets a wonderful tour with lonely paths for head, body and soul ... 😊
Today made a nice hike with a Facebook friend and her dog.
Started in Schopfloch am Harpprechthaus, which unfortunately is still closed.
The tour took us on easy paths through the beautiful Alb landscape with spontaneous views of the Reußenstein, which is still on my list.Through the forest we went on to Schopflocher Moor.
A small, but very beautiful Naturschutzfleckchen, which is a retreat for local fauna and flora!
Today again in the city and been running errands.
As was a little time, I visited some of the most beautiful corners of the old town.Of course, the old parish church of St. Martin, in which I received my communion at the time and was a ministrant PräThe oldest house Biberachs in the Zeughausgasse 4, which is also one of the oldest town houses in Germany.The White Tower, which became famous because, according to legend, the area's largest predator in the late Middle Ages, the notorious "Black Vere" was imprisoned here and struck by lightning.
In fact, the prisoner tower was the Ehinger Tor, which is no longer preserved.There were two other large Stadtore, the Riedlinger Tor and the Waldseer Tor, both no longer preserved.
Only the Ulmer Tor is still there and is still "underrun".
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