Glück ist eine schöne Wanderung. Ich wandere mit meinem Freund oder Freunden in den Regionen Eifel, Hunsrück, Mosel und im Saarland.
We went the tour and didn't know much about the Nerother head or its history. The ascent was not without, but we were rewarded by a great cave and the beginning of the Nerother hiking bird movement on New Year's Eve 1919 in 1920. A stone laid out and then on to the castle ruins, which are also worth seeing. They must have had a great view. You can still see the chimney vent in the masonry. About the nature trail to the Xynthia storm and the rest through the forest was actually unspectacular. But really a highlight in the Eifel.
4 days ago
We often saw them in the distance, but we were never there: the Siersburg and the path didn't make it easy for us. Some signs were missing, but luckily I had saved the tour beforehand. However, we noticed that the castle was not on the saved path at all. So we made a short detour through the fog and it was worth it. The fog was just about to clear and we were up there all alone. If we had waited a little longer, we would have had a great view. .. We were a little early. Collected on the way back to the Nied Schlehen. Nice short way.
November 21, 2020
Today a solo trip and what a nice hike: First get there very early, as the trail is already quite overcrowded. The fog still hung a little in the valleys of the Moselle. At first only went uphill to the Galgenlay and then used the Höhenweg. Unfortunately, the four-lake view didn't keep what it promised, but the view towards the Eifel and Moselle was unbelievably beautiful. I met a squirrel and then I came to the Roman Sanctuary and that was a highlight. What a place to build something there. From there it was a long way through the forest and again up to the summit cross, which was also worth the view. Then steeply downhill until you came to Bremm and from there back over the via ferrata. There was a lot going on and it was like Mount Everest: queuing at the difficult parts. But it was a great experience. It's only 8 km, but it's tough and you shouldn't be afraid of heights.
November 15, 2020
- 03:2210.9 mi3.2 mph1,125 ft1,125 ft
We met a friend and walked the signposted path (long uphill through the valley to the top and back again). It ended at the Elven Grotto - also known as the cheese grotto, as the stones look like thick, stacked cheeses. However, since we still had reserves, we made a detour to Entersburg and St. Antonius. Wonderful weather and a very nice path.
November 7, 2020
The weather was - as ordered - Indian Summer with great autumn colors and a blue sky. We found three (!) Stones, two of which we will give a new home on another hiking trail. The path was beautiful and often on small paths through the forest. Mushroom pickers and a few other hikers were on the way. There were beautiful views of St. Wendel and the Schaumberg. There was a spring where we stopped for a rest and many smaller bridges that lay in idyllic valleys. The signage and seating was absolutely great. Nice way
November 1, 2020
I picked this route from a hiking book on the Moselle. However, we did not start in Bernkastel, because the parking spaces are not easy to find there, but directly at Landshut Castle. Unfortunately, my GPS didn't feel like it anymore, so the path past the castle to the town of Bernkastel-Kues, which is always worth a visit, is missing. Then past the market and then following a small path up to the top of the path. That was exhausting. We were rewarded with a view over Bernkastel and the Moselle valley. Continue past Bresgenruh, where I climbed near the golden cross. Down into the valley to the road and on the other side back up to Monzelfeld, where we stopped in a chapel on the mountain. Downhill to St. Anna's Chapel and back to the castle via narrow paths. It was nice, 15.5 km and 530 meters in altitude. But it annoys me that the recordings break off so often.
October 25, 2020
Today a saved tour from komoot that started in Dreiborn. You can also park further back at the entrance to the hiking trail, but this way we could still enjoy the Heiligenhäusen and we also bought Eifel honey. In the landscape there were gorse bushes and a lot of open space, unfortunately no animals were seen, but a lot of hikers. The bat cave entrance is easy to overlook and you shouldn't disturb the animals. Unfortunately, you don't quite walk the path of creation like this, which was a shame. I would therefore run the tour in reverse and walk the path of creation to the end. There were some beautiful spots and the landscape was fascinating, even in this weather.
October 18, 2020
Today a hike from the book "Hiking 18 Top Tours in the Black Forest" which we started in St. Blasien. Directly to the cathedral which is really worth seeing. Then on detours on the way. Overall too much asphalt and wide paths. The reservoir and forest nature trail was quite beautiful and the waterfalls a real highlight. Last tour for this vacation .. 😎
October 9, 2020