Nürnberger Land
 

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39.2 mi

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  1. Michaela and Nürnberger Land went for a hike.

    June 3, 2021

    02:22
    6.21 mi
    2.6 mph
    1,375 ft
    1,350 ft
    Nürnberger Land, Brigitte and 9 others like this.
  2. Lila and Nürnberger Land went for a hike.

    April 23, 2021

    02:11
    5.98 mi
    2.7 mph
    775 ft
    700 ft
    Radler24, Alex and 4 others like this.
  3. Nürnberger Land planned a bike ride.

    April 19, 2021

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      The round south of Lauf an der Pegnitz takes you once around the Moritzberg. So that you are definitely hungry in the land of delicious Franconian cuisine, the bike tour also leads you to a highlight in the truest sense of the word, the Entenberg Pass. On the pass road you quickly get a certain alpine feeling and every now and then you come across a few racing cyclists who train here for mountain stages. In addition to the feeling of elation when you have reached the top, there are also a few delicious refreshments waiting for you afterwards.It starts in Ottensoos at the train station. You drive over fields and meadows first to Schönberg, then to Rockenbrunn. Already at the beginning of the tour, the inn of the same name, which has also been allowed to play in a crime scene, lures you to take a first break. Until the ascent on the pass awaits you shortly after Entenberg, there are even a lot more delicious refreshment stops. But it is better to save the greatest hunger for behind the mountain, then it is a little easier to cycle up the pass.After a rapid descent on Entenberg, it goes over idyllic orchards to Engelthal and from there via Rüblanden back to Ottensoos. At the end of the tour, the “Rotes Haus” café greets you in a cozy atmosphere. If, after so much culinary delights, you are still in the mood for a bit of culture, a short detour to the cultural station in the west of the village is worthwhile. The former train station houses an art museum and a forum for sustainable development.

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      • April 19, 2021

  4. Georg and Nürnberger Land went for a bike ride.

    October 31, 2020

    03:02
    22.1 mi
    7.3 mph
    1,725 ft
    1,725 ft
    ST3PHAN, Stefanie Rupp and 2 others like this.
  5. Nürnberger Land planned a hike.

    July 28, 2020

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      Calorie path ... that doesn't sound like enjoyment. But no worry! This is a path with a joke: With a wink of the eye, boards along the way inform you about your calorie consumption. Find out after how many kilometers you have broken down a beer or a shovel with a dumpling.The starting point of the circular hike is in the middle of Hersbruck. That's why you can easily reach it by train. It is best to go to the train station on the right of the Pegnitz. And off you go, count calories. First you cross the two streams of the Pegnitz once and then again immediately. On your way out of Hersbruck you will pass the rose garden, which will tempt you with a tempting scent. Then you cross the tracks and leave the place for now.Now it goes uphill and it gets steeper. A few calories should still drop. This is how you hike along the forested slopes above Hersbruck. Where the trees divide, you can even see the church towers of Nuremberg in the distance if the visibility is good. Once you've thoroughly enjoyed the view, hike down to Hersbruck. There you will pass the Michelsberg. Here, on the local mountain, there is an inn with a wonderful view. Before you go back to your starting point, the question arises: Do you want to reward yourself for the calories you used up?

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      • July 28, 2020

  6. Nürnberger Land planned a hike.

    July 28, 2020

    Paula and Jessi like this.
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      Hiking in the footsteps of Wallenstein: the famous general from the Thirty Years' War spent a semester at the university as a student in Altdorf. This is why a circular route is dedicated to him, which leads you to the places that were important for the young Wallenstein. The hike starts at the town hall, where the tourist information is located. You can easily travel to Altdorf by train.Right at the beginning of the way you will pass the former university, the so-called Altdorfina. A bit further is a museum to the university in case you want to learn more about the topic. But first, the hike is on the program. Through the historic city wall you make your way out of the village. The next stop is the lion pit in the forest, where you can explore a rock cellar with a flashlight.Then you will reach the Schwarzach behind the pretty, historic Prethalmühle, which you follow west through the beautiful valley until you turn right to Grünsberg. The pretty castle in Grünsberg can even be visited on request.On the other side of the place you dive into the forest again. The Teufelsschlucht runs right next to you. At the end you can climb some stairs to admire a waterfall. From there you hike back to Altdorf, where there is still a lot to discover.

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      • July 28, 2020

  7. Nürnberger Land planned a hike.

    July 28, 2020

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      Anyone who undertakes this hike is a friend of challenges. The round is over 20 kilometers long and there are an unusually high number of vertical meters on the program for the Nuremberg region. You will be rewarded with great views, historic buildings and impressive rocks. This circular route is named after Heinrich Scheuermann, a nuremberg who, at the beginning of the 20th century, created the first route markings in this area.It starts at the church in Vorra. There is a train station on the northern outskirts of the village, so you can easily get there by public transport. As soon as you have left the last houses behind you, you are already diving into the forest. There are a lot of ups and downs coming towards you today. The first climb takes you to the wind hole, a deep cave in the shape of a funnel. Then you descend into a beautiful valley to get to Hirschbach.As soon as you are back in the forest, you come across huge boulders and rock faces. Here you are in the middle of the climbing area of Hirschbach. Even as a hiker, you can occasionally lend a hand on your path while climbing steeply. Then you cross the town of Neutras, where you can stop at an inn. But that won't be the last chance to get something to eat. You then hike via Bürtel and Heuchling to the small Hubmersberg, where there is a hotel with a beautiful beer garden.The descent into the Pegnitztal follows, where it gets a little more comfortable. After Eschenbach it goes uphill one last time. Along the forested slope you hike back to Vorra.

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      • July 28, 2020

  8. Nürnberger Land planned a hike.

    July 28, 2020

    HoDMerlin and Silke like this.
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      The circular route through the Pegnitztal is ideal for a warm summer day, because it starts at the indoor and outdoor pool in Schwaig and leads along part of the route along the cooling river. But of course the hike is also recommended in all other seasons, because the beautiful landscape is always worth seeing and there are also a few historic buildings to visit. The round is quite short and is also suitable for a long walk.The hike runs through the Pegnitz valley between Schwaig and Behringersdorf. In both places there is a train station, which you can quickly reach from Nuremberg by S-Bahn or regional train. The station in Schwaig is closer to the starting point of the hike. If you drive to Behringersdorf, you simply start in the north of the round.You walk through the Pegnitzauen to Behringersdorf, where a historic castle and a church await you. Then you follow the course of the Pegnitz to Malmsdorf to the remains of a pretty moated castle and a half-timbered farm. Now you hike again into the green of the valley, where you can still work out on a movement trail before you go back to the starting point.

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      • July 28, 2020

  9. Nürnberger Land planned a hike.

    July 28, 2020

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      The Hüttenbacher Rundweg is a long hike. At over 20 kilometers, you can easily spend a whole day on the road - and that is simply wonderful in the picturesque Franconian landscape. The route starts directly at the Simmelsdorf-Hüttenbach train station. So you can travel comfortably over the tracks.First you make a detour to the cloth castle. The stately building is still privately owned by the Tucher family, but you can catch a glimpse of it through the trees. Now you go through a residential area and then dive into the forest and thus into nature. Here you will soon pass a handsome mausoleum that also belongs to the Tucher family. A first climb takes you there, which will get you in the right mood for the way ahead, because it is characterized by constantly changing ups and downs.The field and forest paths also alternate. Between meadows, rapeseed and sunflowers, the landscape opens up again and again and offers great views over the Nuremberg region. Here and there you come to small places with pretty half-timbered houses. Via Oberwindsberg and Oberndorf you hike to Winterstein and finally to Sankt Helena, where there is an inn to take a break.If you are hungry, you can also continue to the next village Utzmannsbach. There is a butcher's restaurant here where slaughtering is still going on. We continue through the forest to Unterachtel. Behind the village you hike a bit uphill to a fork. Here you can also choose a shortcut down to the right via Diepoltsdorf directly to Simmelsdorf. Or you go the loop east to get back to the starting point.

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  10. Nürnberger Land planned a hike.

    July 28, 2020

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      There are several places to stop for motivation on this circular hike. After a few kilometers on foot, beer and roast taste twice as good. From the lookout tower on Moritzberg you can look back with satisfaction on the route you have covered and enjoy the landscape.The hike starts at a parking lot on the outskirts of Diepersdorf. A few streets quickly take you to the Lorenzer Reichswald, where the pine smells wonderful on warm days. As soon as you step out of the trees again, you will see your next destination, Leinburg, behind which Moritzberg rises. A brewing parlor invites you to stop in the pretty town. However, you still have a steep climb ahead of you - so maybe just a little Seidla?You then reach the Moritzberg via dirt roads, which you climb over almost 200 meters in altitude. Fortunately, the steep climb lies in the shady forest. Above, a lookout tower and a restaurant sweeten your well-deserved break. Then you descend back to Diepersdorf, where there is also something to eat. So you won't come home hungry today.

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      • July 28, 2020

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