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  1. mobil.nrw planned a hike.

    May 10, 2021

    03:08
    6.84 mi
    2.2 mph
    825 ft
    825 ft
    OfeliaStefan, Birgit Anna and 4 others like this.
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      “It's an ice cold day and after a lot of rain the sun is finally smiling at us again today. So get out of the house, otherwise we'll grow stuck to the sofa! A real challenge for the whole family is planned, namely an almost eleven kilometer hike in the Sauerland. It takes us from Attendorn train station to the Atta cave, Schnellenberg Castle and the Skywalk at the Biggetalsperre. "This eleven kilometer hike goes deep down and high up. The exciting round starts at the train station in Attendorn. After a few meters you will reach the first highlight: the Atta cave. Immerse yourself in the magical world of stalactites and stalagmites. Incidentally, the cave belongs to the largest contiguous cave system in Germany - and cheese is also matured down here. How about a taste of the Atta cheese?It continues over the leisurely flowing Bigge to Schnellenberg Castle. In the former fortress there is now a hotel, but you can look at the forecourt and take a break in the beer garden. Then you hike slightly uphill on narrow paths through the dense forest, cross the street and walk to the absolute highlight of the tour, in the truest sense of the word. The Skywalk, a steel platform at a height of 90 meters, towers over the Biggetalsperre. You have a fantastic view of the lake and the surrounding landscape - simply wonderful!Back to Attendorn you hike gently downhill until you meet the Bigge again and soon you are standing at the train station.

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  2. mobil.nrw planned a hike.

    May 10, 2021

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      “The Münster City Tour takes you through the historic old town to the St. Lamberti Church, St. Paulus Cathedral and on to Münster Castle. It is about the Aasee and, if you have chosen a Wednesday or Saturday for hiking, to the popular weekly market on the Domplatz. "This 13-kilometer tour takes you across Münster - but on foot, not by bike. The starting point of the city tour is at the main train station. Past the cherry pillar, you take a course for Münster's Prinzipalmarkt. The market tells a piece of lively city history, from the Hanseatic League to the old merchant families who are still doing business today. The route continues to the historic town hall, the town wine house and the St. Lamberti church.The next magnificent buildings on your tour are already waiting: you walk past the St. Paulus Cathedral, the Church of Our Lady and on to the Prince-Bishop's Palace in Münster. In the castle garden with its botanical garden you will find peace and relaxation. Do you want more of it? No problem, you will soon come across the banks of the Aasee, which you can now comfortably walk around. Enjoy the view over the glittering water, let the sun shine on your face and maybe you will even meet a herd of heather sheep. If your stomach is rumbling, I recommend you take a break in the “A2 am See”.Back in Münster city center you can let yourself be carried away by the special flair of the student city at the end of your city hike.

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      • May 10, 2021

  3. mobil.nrw planned a hike.

    May 10, 2021

    05:46
    13.9 mi
    2.4 mph
    300 ft
    375 ft
    Patsy, Philipp K and 2 others like this.
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      “This tour starts at the Jahrhunderthalle in Bochum and offers a lot of Ruhrpott charm on the trail of coal and steel in Gelsenkirchen and Herne. The old ore railway line leads past the former Hanover colliery to Strünkede Castle. "How about industrial culture and the romanticism of the Ruhr area today? The starting point of the 22-kilometer hike is Westpark Bochum, an Eldorado for photographers and explorers. We continue a bit through the city to the Dahlhauser Heide settlement and the Hanover colliery, also known as the LWL industrial museum. Along the way you pass information boards that tell you more about the interesting history of the region.On the ore railway line you then take a course for the Rhine-Herne Canal. You can treat yourself to some refreshment at Holger's Erzbahnbude. Shortly before the waterway, the path leads you past Gelsenkirchen's ZOOM adventure world, which promises you a world tour in one day. But who has to travel around the world when there is still so much to discover on today's tour?You walk along the bank of the canal - sometimes on the left, sometimes on the right. On the way you will always have beautiful views of the nearby Hoppenbruch and Hoheward heaps. Shortly after you have crossed the autobahn, you leave the waterway and, at the end of your lap, make a detour to the picturesque Strünkede Castle.For the extra portion of Ruhrpott I have another tip for you: French fries currywurst in Wanne-Eickel at “Fritzchen - Das Gleiscafé”. #meinruhrgebiet

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  4. mobil.nrw planned a hike.

    May 10, 2021

    1. mobil.nrw

      “On the way through my hometown Cologne there is a lot of K: art, culture and cuisine. I'll take you on this tour, which offers cool photo spots, and together we will repeatedly dive into significant and historical places around the Hansaring, the Mediapark, the Rhine, Mülheim and Cologne's old town. "Tradition meets modern culture - look forward to a varied hike through Cologne that will show you a whole new side of the Rhine metropolis. The 14-kilometer city tour starts at the Mediapark. Have your camera ready as there is a lot to discover along the way. On steps sprayed with graffiti you climb up the Mont Klamott, a mountain of rubble from the Second World War.Shortly afterwards it turns green: you stroll through the botanical garden with its exotic plants, walk past the zoo and look at the varied works of art in the sculpture park. It continues along the banks of the Rhine to Mülheim. There you cross the Rhine and walk back on the opposite side of the river.Along the Rhine promenade you will soon come across the so-called "Katzenbuckel", a small bridge that connects the Mülheim harbor with the Rhine peninsula in the Rheinpark. On your way to Cologne city center, you can enjoy a wonderful view of the famous Cologne Cathedral.Over the Hohenzollern Bridge you get back to the other side of the Rhine and you will soon be in the old town with its colorful houses. My tip for a successful conclusion: a visit to one of the traditional breweries. Enjoy Himmel und Äd, Halve Hahn, Hammchen or Ähtzezupp and treat yourself to a freshly tapped Kölsch.

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  5. mobil.nrw planned a hike.

    May 10, 2021

    Marco Dorn likes this.
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      “On a nice, warm September day we went on a hike in the great natural region of Sieg. Since our nine-year-old son and hobby knight still thinks castles are cool, we want to conquer the 800-year-old Windeck hilltop castle, the ruins of which towers over the Siegtal. There are also a few varied highlights for young and old on the circular route. "History fans, nature lovers, connoisseurs - there is something for everyone on this five-kilometer tour. The varied round starts at Schladern train station. You walk along the train tracks towards Altwindeck. A first stop in the museum village is worthwhile - and a trip back into the historical life of the region. You can see, for example, a classroom, a corner shop or a dentist's practice, everything exactly as it used to look.Your journey in time goes back a long way, however. You walk along beautiful forest paths to Windeck Castle, where the knights and damsels once lived. The well-preserved ruin gives you a great insight into the once stately fortification and offers plenty of space for discovery tours including a wonderful view of the Siegtal.The path now follows the original Siegschleife, of which only an oxbowl still exists today. In a large arc you hike back to Schladern over wide fields. It is worth taking a look over your shoulder every now and then to see Windeck Castle from a different perspective.When you arrive back in town, a final highlight awaits you: the largest waterfall in North Rhine-Westphalia. Although the Siegfall is 84 meters long and four meters high, it is not a giant, but the waterfall still offers you a beautiful natural spectacle. The view from the neighboring Elmores beer garden is particularly good. My tip: Reserve a table in the back, so you can be sure of double enjoyment of nature and culinary delights.

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  6. mobil.nrw planned a hike.

    May 10, 2021

    Margit&Jan, Birgit Anna and 3 others like this.
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      “On a gray weekend, we spontaneously think about going for a short hike because our two sons urgently need 'ventilation'. Naturally, our teenager is not particularly fond of it at first, so a pinch of adventure is needed. In order to inspire him too, we drive to the rocket station near Neuss. "Belgian soldiers were stationed on the former NATO military site near Neuss until 1990. Today it is a kind of artists' village, in which there are accessible sculptures, an old watchtower, aircraft hangars, bunkers and exciting architecture to be discovered. On this almost six kilometer long circuit, you immerse yourself in the artistic world that was created on this area. The tour starts at the Insel Hombroich bus stop.There is a lot of exciting things to see along the hike. The private art collection Langen Foundation, which is located on the site of the rocket station, is a particular eye-catcher. Since the missile station was no longer used for military purposes, nature, art, architecture and history have been linked.After your discovery tour of the rocket station, you make your way to the Erftflut Canal. You follow the waterway for a short distance through the idyllic Erftauen before you set course again to the starting point of the tour. Before you get back on the bus, it is worth visiting the Museum Insel Hombroich. The motto of the 21 hectare landscape protection area is: Art parallel to nature. You can find a detailed overview of the Hombroich cultural area here: inselhombroich.de.

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      • May 10, 2021

  7. mobil.nrw planned a hike.

    May 10, 2021

    DelRey and Frettchen like this.
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      “We are always available for old castles and walls. The Laufenburg is literally the highlight of the hike around Langerwehe. In the beer garden of the castle there is delicious home-made blackberry wine, which allows us to tackle the following descent with unexpected exhilaration. "How about a little Eifel feeling today? Then this eleven kilometer lap from Langerwehe is just the right lap for you. It starts on the station square. You're making your way out of town. The route climbs gently uphill to the Hülsenberg. We continue past several monuments of the imperial era - there is a lot to discover. You cross the district of Heistern and shortly afterwards turn left.It continues in a varied way: You walk past the parish church of St. Katharina and on to the Orchelsweiher. How about a short break here? The pond is beautifully bordered by the dense forest, a secluded spot. Now it is not far to the impressive Laufenburg. It is worth exploring the beautifully preserved and well-tended knight's castle from the 12th century - including a glass of blackberry wine in the beer garden.After your excursion into the Middle Ages, you head back through the forest to Langerwehe - your head full of new impressions, lots of nature and a generous portion of the Eifel.

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  8. mobil.nrw planned a hike.

    May 10, 2021

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      “As one of the hiking highlights on the Rothaarsteig in Siegerland, the historic Siegen-Achenbach circular hiking trail, which is a certified part of the Rothaarsteig trail, was created in Alt-Siegen in the local area of Achenbach. Full of zest for action, we go to the starting point and, as 'Flatland Tyroleans', we look forward to a hike with a few decent meters of altitude. "The mountain calls! On this twelve kilometer hike you follow the historical tracks on the 431 meter high Starken Buberg. The round starts in Achenbach near Siegen. Along the Engsbach you walk out of the city and into the forest. The path climbs slightly and leads you past a pretty, small wooden church and on to the La Tène oven. These types of furnaces were used for iron extraction in the Celtic period, around 500 BC.Now it goes a bit downhill on the banks of the Numbach, before you start the ascent of the Starken Buberg. Your effort will be rewarded: you have a fantastic view from the summit. Time for a break to enjoy. Incidentally, the European long-distance hiking trail E1 leads over the Buberg. Maybe you will meet hikers who are on their way from the North Cape to the Mediterranean.Then through the forest it goes downhill and in an arc back to Achenbach, your starting point. You can get to Siegen quickly by bus, where you have a connection to rail transport.

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      • May 10, 2021

  9. mobil.nrw planned a hike.

    May 10, 2021

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      “We were doing really well on this tour around Odenkirchen. Lively Nutrias impressed us with their casual way of scurrying between gray geese. When we had a picnic on a park bench at the Kreuzweiher, we felt very well entertained. "Just let your mind wander, where the Niers rises - that is our motto for this eleven-kilometer hike. The round starts at Rheydt-Odenkirchen station. The first green oasis is not long in coming, you will soon be diving into the spacious Beller Park. A wonderful spot to switch from step mode to relaxed strolling.It continues green: You leave Odenkirchen and soon wander across the fields and through a forest. The path leads you in an arc around a sand pit and along the edge of the village - let your gaze wander once more over the wide fields. In a varied mix of city and greenery, you continue walking until you finally reach the Kreuzweiher. It is worth taking a long break here to watch the gray geese and nutrias. Now it's not far to the train station either.We think the hike is also well suited for inconsistent weather. If it does get too uncomfortable, you can shorten the tour at any time. Regardless of whether it is rainy or sunny: A cake break at Nadja (Burg Freiheit 104) is always worthwhile.

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      • May 10, 2021