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Mach deine Heimat zum Erlebnis!Seit 2002 engagieren wir uns für den Umwelt- und Naturschutz. Denn die Natur ist mehr als nur ein Wanderziel – sie ist unsere ureigenste Heimat. Diese Heimat ernährt uns – und sie inspiriert uns zu großen neuen Ideen! Diese Inspiration wollen wir mit dir teilen – deshalb haben wir für dich traumhafte Wanderungen in neun Bundesländern für dich herausgesucht, die deine Ideen nur so sprudeln lassen. Mach deine Heimat zum Erlebnis und entdecke Wanderungen mit Inspirationsgarantie in deiner Region!

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  1. Krombacher planned a hike.

    March 20, 2021

    01:25
    3.47 mi
    2.4 mph
    50 ft
    50 ft
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      A short walk, wide fields, wonderful views and a beer by the campfire. For this evening as it is written in the book, you don't have to wander far into the distance, just as far as Wartenberg in northern Berlin. Because the capital can not only provide hip, but also a perfect adventure feeling. Grab your loved ones or buddies and leave the city behind for a few hours.So that you don't have to drag firewood, drinks and maybe even a small folding chair forever, the S-Bahn takes you straight out to the fields. After a few minutes you leave the last houses behind you and the Wartenberg Feldmark landscape park opens up in front of you. You walk north over wide, well-developed paths and turn onto Ahornallee.The city of Berlin has set up a fireplace between two wooden sculptures. Make yourself comfortable and let the time fly by. What could be nicer than lighting a fire in the sunset and listening to the crackling sound? Before you end the day by the warming flames after a few hours and start your way home again, check again whether the fire has really gone out.At the Luch on Margarethenhöhe it goes back to the train station. If it is already too dark, you can simply hike straight back over the Ahornallee and take a short cut.

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      • March 20, 2021

  2. Krombacher planned a hike.

    March 19, 2021

    05:47
    14.2 mi
    2.5 mph
    175 ft
    175 ft
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      The devil was going on in the Spreewald. In ancient times he set out with a plow and two harnessed oxen to break up the riverbed of the Spree. The oxen, however, ran in all directions, criss-cross through the forest and dug hundreds of small ditches and canals. When you stroll through the mystical world of the Spreewald, which is often streaked with fog and the sun glistens through the treetops, you can also simply let your imagination run wild about how the landscape was created.At the regional train station Lübbenau you almost fall into this magical world. From the train tracks it goes into the beautiful village. The center is adorned with creative figures and works of art that bring the legends to life. Before you dive into the world of a thousand canals, it is best to take a look in one of the small shops and equip yourself with a juicy Spreewald cucumber to go.You walk out into nature over romantic wooden bridges. Along the Bürgerfließ you will surely be able to observe one or the other happy paddling party, who always try in a good mood to maneuver their long kayaks through the narrow canals. In the Gasthaus Wotschofska you can enjoy hearty Sorbian specialties.The path winds slowly through the Spreewald, past typical haystacks and small wooden huts. Theodor Fontane was already inspired by this beauty. Part of the route is named after him and you can find out exciting things about his life's work on information boards.The small town of Leipe welcomes you with regional delicacies such as cucumber radler, jacket potatoes with quark and sweet yeast lentils. Satisfied and satisfied, you follow the Leiper Weggraben back to Lübbenau, where your journey ends at the train station.

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      • March 20, 2021

  3. Krombacher planned a hike.

    March 19, 2021

    03:50
    9.04 mi
    2.4 mph
    375 ft
    450 ft
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      Berlin is not exactly known for its alpine terrain. Nevertheless, in the middle of the capital there is one or the other hill that will make you sweat on the ascent. And at the top? White tarpaulins await you there, fluttering ghostly from strange round knolls. It goes up to the famous Teufelsberg and right next door beckons another elevation of fabulous nature. Off to the heights of Berlin!It starts at the Pichelsberg S-Bahn station. Once you cross the busy Heerstraße, you will find yourself in another world: the Grunewald. Countless paths wind through the huge forest area. You follow one of them up to the scenic Drachenberg. From up here you have a perfect view of western Berlin and the listening station on the Teufelsberg rises in the distance.It goes down a bit, then uphill again on rooty paths to the summit of the Teufelsberg. The former radar station from the Cold War still sits enthroned on it and can even be visited. You descend over the south side into the forest and wonder: a dune? Yes, Berlin is built on sand that accumulated during the last ice age. This is particularly clear here.You walk past the Teufelssee and touch the forest information trail "Berlin.Wald.Klima." If you like, you can go the whole loop or just take some of the eleven stations with you and learn more about the forest and climate change. The path leads you even further to the Krumme Lanke. There are supposed to be oversized catfish in the depths of the lake. It remains picturesque until the Schlachtensee S-Bahn station, the banks of which accompany you almost to the end of the tour.

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      • March 20, 2021

  4. Krombacher planned a hike.

    March 19, 2021

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      It protrudes like a wedge into the city of Halle: the Dölauer Heide. In the middle is a high plateau with palisades, ramparts and gates, which belong to one of the largest and oldest fortifications from the Neolithic Age. A place where, as a Stone Age person, you would certainly have felt right at home. In addition to a lot of history, in the Bischofswiese nature reserve you will find wonderful lakeshore, one or the other hill to climb and first-class views from the steel kolk tower.From the Heidebahnhof Halle (Saale) you go straight to a nature trail and into the Dölauer Heide. The first few meters in altitude are waiting for you on the Himmelsleiter. You walk up to the Bischofswiese over wooden beams embedded in the ground. A wonderful mixed forest surrounds you as you pass the Kellerberg and the Lange Berg. You can take a break in a former quarry at the foot of the Kuhberg. Kids look forward to the natural adventure playground here.Halfway through you will reach the bright blue Kolk tower, which rises proudly over the Bischofsberg. You can see Halle and the city forest from the 15 meter high tower. If you have had enough of seeing yourself, you climb back down the steps and continue to the beautiful Heidesee on the southern edge of the forest area.If you like, you can hang on for a few more meters and go to the Heidebad for a little break. On the way back you walk a bit parallel to the country road, but always nicely hidden in the forest. So the tour stays wonderfully green until the end.

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      • March 20, 2021

  5. Krombacher planned a hike.

    March 19, 2021

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      An island, a small temple and lots of water - what sounds like a typical holiday in Greece is a magical hike through the green of Magdeburg. The tour takes you to the beautiful Elbe island, a gem between the Old Elbe and the Stromelbe. Here in the Rotehornpark, the water goddess Elwine is said to have laid down her red conch shell when her husband broke his vow never to distrust her. A spring still gushes at his grave.With the start at the Hammersteinweg stop you are already very close to the banks of the Elbe. You walk over the lift bridge to the Elbe island and have a great view of the Magdeburg skyline. Small excursion steamers leisurely pull past you over the Stromelbe. Then you go deeper into the Rotehornpark. In the middle of the island, the Marian temple rises like a fairy tale from the Adolf-Mittag-See. A nice place to pause and let your thoughts wander.You follow the course of the Tauben Elbe, which runs through the Elbe island to the Cracauer or Alte Elbe waterfall. The weir regulates the flow rate of the water. So sometimes you will see a small cascade and other times it disappears under the surface of the water.A circumnavigation of the island is only perfect if you also explore the southern end. Where the Stromelbe and Old Elbe flow together, you can really switch off and forget everyday life. The way back takes you further near the river over the island. A ride on the still quite young Ferris wheel at the end of the tour is almost a must. Who knows, maybe you will discover the red conch shell of the water goddess from above.

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      • March 20, 2021

  6. Krombacher planned a hike.

    March 19, 2021

    04:41
    11.4 mi
    2.4 mph
    225 ft
    225 ft
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      A hut tour is as much a part of the Alps as the sand is to the sea. But hut hopping is also possible in Brandenburg. Instead of massive rock faces, there are delicate purple heather blossoms, instead of ice-cold glacier lakes inviting beaches and instead of the tree line, boundless forest romance awaits you. Sounds great? It is.In Basdorf, north of Berlin, you hop off the regional train and dive into the wilderness of the Brandenburg forests after just a few hundred meters. On beautiful summer days, the pines are warmed by the sun and spray a unique ethereal scent that lets you breathe deeply again and again.Your first stop on this varied circuit is the picturesque Gorinsee with its crystal clear water. If you have swimwear with you, it is worth taking a dip in the cool water. You cross the Basdorf-Schönerlinde hiking trail and head for the Schönower Heide. The first hut is waiting for you on a small hilltop. Take a seat and enjoy the panorama over the heathland, which is so typical here.It goes on and back into the forest. Only one and a half kilometers later, a large roof with massive wooden benches appears in front of them. The Gorinhütte is a wonderful place to take a break with a fireplace in the middle and exciting information boards about local plants and animals.You walk past an orchard meadow through the fragrant coniferous forest. The last hut on the tour is waiting for you at a crossroads. Almost an entire house with cozy benches outside and plenty of space inside, in case the weather doesn't play along. Take all the time in the world to observe the nature around you. It's not far from here and the round ends.

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      • March 20, 2021

  7. Krombacher planned a hike.

    March 13, 2021

    03:00
    6.78 mi
    2.3 mph
    600 ft
    600 ft
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      The Hainig is Lauterbach's local mountain and has a proud height of 417 meters. But it goes even higher, because in the middle of the mountain, between old oaks, stands the Hainigturm, which was rebuilt as a stone tower in 1907. From the Hainigturm you can enjoy a great view over the Lautertal and deep into the eastern Rhön and to Fulda. The door to the staircase is mostly open during the hiking season from April to October.It starts in Lauterbach, which you can easily reach by bus. After a little swerve in the village, you head straight for the Hainigturm. This is also the only significant increase on your tour. From then on you move on a plateau, which you later leave in the direction of Lauterbach.It continues in a diagonal straight to Eisenbach Castle, which is definitely worth a visit - the castle courtyard and the garden are freely accessible. After a visit, you will now hike across meadows and fields until you dive back into the forest. On the mule track you can enjoy great views and impressive nature. It gets even more original when your path meets the Lauter brook. Tired hikers' legs look forward to a little cooling off here. Your hike ends again with great views at the snail towers and a little later at the starting point.

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      • March 23, 2021

  8. Krombacher planned a hike.

    March 13, 2021

    04:15
    9.72 mi
    2.3 mph
    750 ft
    750 ft
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      The Sababurg Primeval Forest is incredibly beautiful. On this circular hiking trail you dive into a forest of ancient oaks and beeches. You can reach the most beautiful photo opportunities on the mystical-looking hiking trail. There is, for example, the black spokes that are majestically enthroned right on the path. A little later you will come across hat beeches, which with their widely branched treetops make a gigantic motif.It gets really exciting in the Sababurg zoo, which you will reach on your hike. The area is very spacious and the animals have a lot of space. With an area of around 130 hectares, it is one of the largest and oldest wildlife parks in Europe. In the wildlife park you will find three theme parks: the primeval game park with wild animal species threatened with extinction, the Archepark with old domestic and farm animal breeds and the children's zoo with petting facilities and exotic animals. The zoo is currently open again, but you have to register in advance for your visit. All information is available here: tierpark-sababurg.de/aktuell/termin-buchen.But romance is not neglected on your hike either. The Sleeping Beauty Castle Sababurg is located in the heart of the Reinhardswald. Here you can not only experience history, but also go on a culinary journey of discovery. Through the Holzapetal you hike back to the starting point, inspired by all the great impressions.

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      • March 23, 2021

  9. Krombacher planned a hike.

    March 13, 2021

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      On your hike over the karst and cave nature trail in Breitscheid, you will discover a fascinating landscape. Mysterious caves, a brook disappearing underground, a jungle-like gorge - you will definitely not get bored here. The circular route is very well signposted and gives you a great insight into the phenomenon of the karst, which you can discover both above and below ground. Karst is limestone formed by erosion, which can sometimes take on bizarre forms. A little tip: It is worth taking a headlamp with you.Your hike starts in Erdbach, which you can easily reach by bus. The nature trail starts soon and leads you through the karst to a total of 24 stations. By the way, you can book guided hikes on the karst and cave nature trail at the community of Breitscheid and learn even more interesting facts about the area. A little later you will reach the large and small stone chamber. These are two impressive karst caves that you can take a look into. The cave remains were formed over 350 million years ago as part of a mighty coral reef made of limestone rocks.After two more kilometers you will reach the maypole sinkhole, which shows where the water has loosened the limestone over thousands of years and created access to a widely ramified cave system. A moment ago it was still there, the small, rushing Erdbach, but suddenly it disappears on a swirling stream. You will also experience this great phenomenon in other, smaller streams in the area. After this shock, you will recover a little later in the beautiful alley gorge, where you can experience a veritable sea of flowers, especially in spring. And at some point the lost stream reappears in a different place - as refreshing spring water.

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      • March 23, 2021

  10. Krombacher planned a hike.

    March 13, 2021

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      Art meets nature - this hike not only reveals wonderful views, but also a wide variety of works of art made of wood, red sandstone and metal. It starts at the Kreidacher Höhe bus stop near Wald-Michelbach. The art trail will soon start on the Tromm Höhenweg between Wagenberg and Tromm. You will be accompanied by contemporary works of art to the left and right of the path as well as beautiful views of the Überwald, the Weschnitz Valley and the front Odenwald as far as the Palatinate Forest.The relaxation lounger in front of the Gaderner Hütte is ideal for a short break, on which you can comfortably rest with a great view. It gets more bizarre about a kilometer and a half later when you reach the sculpture “Homage to the Odenwald”. Here you can take a few minutes to fathom the artist's message. On your way you will come across many other works of art - some very abstract, others more easily accessible.The sculpture "Expectation" by Siglinde Gros is particularly worth mentioning. The figures are carved from wood and stand impressively in front of the green foliage of the trees. Last but not least, you will come across a rest area with fresh water and shortly afterwards you will come back to the starting point. You start your journey home rich in new impressions.

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      • March 23, 2021

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