I got two hands one beating heart
Although the goal was the Galgenfels, our highlights were:
1. Wolfsschlucht - beautiful narrow Pfald that led us to a rock formation, and on to Dinkelbachtal and Dinkelbrunnen.
2. Jäger Casimir - rocks that have been worked on by the artist Karl Geisler.
3. Drive along the Hirschalbe and many beautiful trails
a day ago
The Zellertal was on the to-do driving list for a long time.
I wanted to examine the trulli - vineyard houses and drive through "the gate to the Zellertal".At the first attempt I unfortunately slipped stupidly on the track and we would have to turn back. Today with the wonderful weather, we decided to make two attempts.With Barbarossaweg to Eiswoog, made a short coffee-muffin break there. After Ramsen we left the Barbarossaweg and drove through woods, ponds and along the Seltenbach. It was really worth it to drive there - definitely with pleasure again. Then came the long-awaited trulli - we also took a break in one of them. Nice vineyard cottage where you can cool off with a wonderful view of the vineyards. And then went along the Pfrimm to the Pfrimm Valley Viaduct. The way there is a highway for bicycles ...
In Breuningweiler we hit the Pfrimm again and drove along to its source. Another round of the Primmweiher went to the next source - Neuhemsbacher Quelle. There we tested our water filter for the first time: D. Still past the Schwarzweiher and Mehlingen and then to KL.
It was nice, the weather was great, seen a lot and discovered new paths. What more do you want ;)about trullo:
May 30, 2021