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  1. deuter planned a mountaineering Tour.

    May 4, 2021

    09:07
    11.4 mi
    1.2 mph
    4,125 ft
    4,125 ft
    Carsten and Stephan like this.
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      The Kramerspitz (1,985 meters) is the demanding local mountain of Garmisch-Partenkirchen and towers over the place, directly opposite the Zugspitze. The tour requires surefootedness and perseverance, but you will always be rewarded with beautiful views. You start at the Bayernhalle and first walk on the Kramerplateauweg.On the small platform Felsenkanzel you can enjoy a wonderful view of Garmisch and the Zugspitze massif. Now it is steepening. The path becomes more exposed and through Schrofen terrain you come to a narrow ridge. Here you can catch a first glimpse of the summit. But don't get excited too soon. It is still a little way to the Kramerspitz. You leave the spectacular Wiesengrat to the summit again on your way, because you have to cross the slope below the secondary summit of the Kramerspitz.Then you finally reach the promising summit. After this great success, you've earned yourself a refreshment. Lucky, because your descent takes you over the Stepbergalm. You will arrive there after about an hour. Later you descend via the Stepberg Alpensteig, the Kreuzweg and the Kramerplateauweg and get back to your starting point.

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      • May 12, 2021

  2. deuter planned a hike.

    May 4, 2021

    1. deuter

      Two Arber peaks and a wonderfully beautiful lake: This is what awaits you on this hike. After you start at the Brennes car park, you will reach the Kleiner Arbersee. This was created in the last ice age and is characterized by its floating islands, the so-called swinging turf. They are a holdover from the wood drift. Due to the damming of the water, moor felts loosened in the bank area, which now float as islands on the lake.The Seehäusl with its wonderful sun terrace is ready for a stop. Here you can gather your strength for the upcoming ascent to the Arber plateau. First you get to Little Arber. On your way on, you walk past the Chamer hut, which you can head for if you have skipped the Seehäusl beforehand or if you want to refresh yourself again.After another three kilometers you will reach the highest point of the Bavarian Forest: the 1,456 meter high Großer Arber. It is also known as the "King of the Bavarian Forest" because it triumphantly towers over the vast forest area. Soak up the wonderful panorama until you start the way back down to the Brennes parking lot.

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      • May 12, 2021

  3. deuter planned a hike.

    May 4, 2021

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      A sun-drenched plateau, dense forest and a valley through which the little river Ölsnitz gently babbles its way: on this hike you can let yourself be really inspired by nature. It starts at the hiking car park at the Rotmailseltal. After 200 meters you will come to a slate heap, which offers a special habitat for rare mosses, lichens and flowering plants.For a refreshment on hot days or a particularly nice resting place, you can make a stop at the Großer Weiher in Geroldsgrün. The former swimming pool has been renatured and is now a nice place to relax. After a slight up and down, you will reach a special vantage point: the Langesbühl observation tower at 699 meters. From here you look over the Franconian Forest, the Fichtel Mountains and the Thuringian Forest.Next you will reach the namesake of the tour - the twelve apostles. They stand in a row, the twelve mysterious diabase stones made of basic stone. Where they come from has not been conclusively clarified. In the end, it doesn't matter whether they have been standing here for 5,000 years and pass through as Upper Franconian Stonehenge, from the Middle Ages or from the modern era. The twelve stones are beautiful to look at and have something mystical about them. A perfect place for a long break where you can enjoy the silence. Over the Schwaabesruh you finally descend again and arrive at the starting point.

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      • May 12, 2021

  4. deuter planned a hike.

    May 4, 2021

    1. deuter

      A particularly beautiful highlight is waiting for you right at the beginning of the tour: the Steinerne Gaßl. From this path you can enjoy fantastic views of the Happurger reservoir, which stretches in front of you in its glacier blue. You pass impressive limestone rocks, which are lined with individual, mystical, gnarled trees. In some places you feel like you are in the Italian Alps. You are currently walking through Hersbrucker Schweiz.So quickly wipe the thought of a gelato out of your head and look forward to Nembercher Broadwärschd after your wonderful hike in the Nürnberger Land. We continue to the hollow rock at 546 meters above sea level. The karst cave is located below the former Celtic fortification called Houbirg. From here you can enjoy incredibly beautiful views of the Nürnberger Land and the Happurg reservoir.We continue to Hochberg bei Mittelburg, a moss-covered rock formation in the middle of the forest. The final, but no less spectacular, views are from the striking Mühlkoppe rock pulpit, which rises 533 meters above the Högenbachtal. From here you also have a great view of the Lichtenberg castle ruins and the surrounding hills. In an up and down it now goes back to the starting point.

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      • May 12, 2021

  5. deuter planned a hike.

    May 4, 2021

    06:59
    15.4 mi
    2.2 mph
    1,725 ft
    1,750 ft
    1. deuter

      Your path leads you into the wild and romantic Cascade Gorge near Sandberg. Here the Feldbach makes its way through the sandstone gorge, forming several steps in the course of the stream. It starts at the Schornhecke parking lot. After a few meters and a short ascent, you will already reach the first highlight - the wonderful heather landscape of the chimney hedge.We continue to the Red Moor, which has a wonderful moor lake. Here you can plan a few minutes for a rest, because the landscape can have an even better effect on you. You will explore the moor in the further course on a very well laid out moor path. In this way you protect the unique nature of the moor and don't sink into the mud on top.A little later, a wooden observation tower from which you can see the Heidelstein guarantees you a fantastic view. At this point it is worth taking a look in your backpack again - what else does your provisions provide for a cozy snack? A chocolate bar! Enjoy it for you. Now it goes deep down into the Cascade Gorge. You walk through this great landscape over stairs and on narrow paths. In a long loop you take the Wasserkuppe, the highest mountain in Hesse, with you until you start your way back.

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      • May 12, 2021

  6. deuter planned a mountaineering Tour.

    May 4, 2021

  7. deuter planned a mountaineering Tour.

    May 4, 2021

  8. deuter planned a hike.

    May 4, 2021

    07:05
    10.1 mi
    1.4 mph
    3,725 ft
    3,675 ft
    1. deuter

      Breathtaking views and a little scrambling await you on this hike; You should definitely be sure-footed and have a head for heights and also bring some alpine experience with you. As a reward, you will receive a wonderful tour in a spectacular setting. It starts in Oberstdorf, which you can easily reach by train. And then it goes uphill - right past the famous ski jumping hills. After a good 400 meters of altitude you will reach the Seealpe, where you can take a first refreshment break. Because now it goes further up.Over the Rossbichel it goes uphill towards Rubihorn. Towards the end it gets steeper and you have to use your hands to support you. Steel ropes defuse the rocky passages. In any case, this requires maximum concentration from you. You slowly work your way to the summit of the Rubihorn, which rewards you with wonderful views as far as Tyrol. Now it goes back down on a partly insured route.On your way you can enjoy beautiful views of the two Gaisalp lakes and a little later hike past the spectacular waterfall of the Gaisalpbach, which feeds from the Lower Gaisalpsee. Here the Allgäu shows itself again from its most beautiful and wild side. It continues steadily downhill on beautiful paths with great views past the Gaisalpe mountain inn until you come back to Oberstdorf.

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      • May 12, 2021

  9. deuter planned a hike.

    May 4, 2021

    06:52
    11.0 mi
    1.6 mph
    2,975 ft
    2,975 ft
    1. deuter

      Quaint alpine pastures, shady forests and outstanding views await you on this hike. You start your tour in Bayrischzell and it's really uphill at first. After about an hour and a half you will reach a spring where you can refresh yourself and refill your water bottle. It continues in serpentines through the shady forest up to the Seebergkopf. From here you can enjoy a wonderful view of Bayrischzell and over the Ursprung Valley with lush meadows to Austria.Downhill it goes over the south side of the mountain, which has a little less shade in store for you because there are far fewer trees growing here. After the descent, two more highlights await you: first the snack station on the Klarer Alm, which is also open for you during the week. And a little later a stop at the Niederhoferalm. Here you can get refreshing drinks and a simple snack between June and September - provided the dairymaid has time.Continue towards Sillberg, which you bypass in a large loop until you reach the Sillberghaus. From the Sillberghaus you walk 20 minutes downhill to the Ursprung Valley, whose beauty you can enjoy here to the fullest. After another hour you will reach your starting point in Bayerischzell.

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      • May 12, 2021

  10. deuter planned a hike.

    April 25, 2021

    10:26
    19.7 mi
    1.9 mph
    1,625 ft
    1,625 ft
    Susanne and Mario like this.
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      The Saale Valley is one of the most beautiful river landscapes in Germany. Here the Saale meanders comfortably in wide arches through deep valleys. A few castles and small towns on its banks bear witness to the history of this region. The start and finish of this hike is Burgk Castle, which you can easily reach by car. Sufficient parking spaces are available here.

      From there you hike in an up and down over the narrow Röhrensteig to the south. This beautiful hiking trail runs along the steep slope of the Saale and is repeatedly secured with railings. Almost continuously you have a beautiful view of the Saale loops and the castle. Passing a picturesque orchard, you almost descend to the shore. Here a quiet forest path runs to the Kobersfelsen, which rises steeply into the sky right next to the Saale. A narrow footbridge leads you past the rock face. We recommend a short detour to the summit, because a breathtaking view over the water awaits you at the top. Here you can take a short break before you set off again.

      Along the bank you walk almost to the dam of the Bleilochtalsperre. After a short ascent, you stroll with a view over a picturesque meadow landscape to Gräfenwarth. You will soon reach Saalburg via the Wetterabrücke. The Bridge of Peace takes you to the other bank of Germany's largest reservoir and from here you follow the bank to the north again. From the narrow path you have a great view of the reservoir and again and again you pass quiet resting places that invite you to linger.

      Café Isabellengrün is located at the northern end of the lake. The homemade cakes and pies are the perfect refreshment for the last section of your hike. This leads you through the forest and over the rocky Jägersteig back to the banks of the Saale near Burgk. You cross the Burgkhammer dam and through the pretty Sophiengarten you reach the castle again.

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      • May 4, 2021

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