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About Stephan Giehl
Distance travelled

1,121 mi

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238:19 h

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  1. Stephan Giehl and Jansweitauseinander went for a hike.

    October 28, 2021

    10.3 mi
    -- mph
    1,725 ft
    1,725 ft
    1. Stephan Giehl

      BRIEF DESCRIPTIONOut and about on lonely forest roads between Linach and Vöhrensbach. Beautiful views of the surrounding forests and the dam of the Linach Dam are the silent stars of the hike. Anyone who wants to avoid the crowds at Feldberg & Co for a weekend and want to hike relaxed is in good hands here.There are no places to stop for refreshments - rucksacks must be provided on the tour.Total distance approx. 17 km with a total of approx. 560 meters in altitude.

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      • October 29, 2021

    1. Stephan Giehl

      DESCRIPTION
      Demanding, promising hike to the most beautiful summit in the southern Black Forest. From the Wiedener Eck it goes over the Belchensteig to the summit. The descent takes place over the south side of the Belchen past the Hohfelsen and over the Böllener Eck to the upper chair level. It continues over the Rabenfelsen and, with a view of Aitern, over Hagendorn, Ochsenberg down to Schönau.
      The hike leads almost exclusively on hiking trails and gravel / forest roads. Surefootedness and a head for heights are essential for the passage on on the north side of the Belchen!Refreshments on the Belchen. Backpack provisions for picnics (e.g. on the Hohfelsen) are recommended.Total distance approx. 18 km with a total of 600 meters of altitude

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      • October 25, 2021

  2. Stephan Giehl went for a hike.

    October 17, 2021

    02:58
    7.69 mi
    2.6 mph
    2,200 ft
    2,150 ft
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    1. Stephan Giehl

      BRIEF DESCRIPTION
      Lonely and promising circular hike from Simonswald-Haslach through the Kostgefällschlucht to the Rohrhardsberg and leisurely over the Yacher Höhe.
      Variety guaranteed: romantic gorge, beautiful views with steep ascent and descent.
      The hike leads almost exclusively on hiking trails and gravel / forest roads.Refreshments on the Rohrhardsberg (Schwedenschanze / detour required!). Backpack provisions for picnics (e.g. on the Yacher Höhe) are recommended.Total distance approx. 14 km with a total of 650 meters of altitude

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      • October 27, 2021

  3. Stephan Giehl went for a hike.

    September 26, 2021

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    1. Stephan Giehl

      BRIEF DESCRIPTION
      The wonderful and very varied circular hiking trail leads above Sipplingen from Haldenhof via Höhenweg 9 to Hödingen and then on to Spetzgart (Überlingen). Below the high path, within sight of Lake Constance, it goes back to Sipplingen. After a break directly on the water, the final ascent goes back to the starting point of the hike.
      The hike mainly leads over hiking trails and gravel / forest roads. In Hödingen, Spetzgart and later in Sipplingen you are on asphalt.Refreshments in Hödingen and Sipplingen. And of course at the starting point of the hike: In the Haldenhof with a fantastic view. We recommend rucksack provisions for picnics. Numerous benches invite you to enjoy and linger.Total distance approx. 16 km with a total of 500 m ascent and descent.

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      • September 27, 2021

    1. Stephan Giehl

      BRIEF DESCRIPTION
      Demanding route hike with an abundance of sights and magnificent views.
      The starting point is the sports field in St. Märgen - the end point is in beautiful St. Peter. The hike leads twice down to the wild and romantic Gutach, up to the Balzer Herrgott with a view of the famous Fallerhof. Shady it goes to Gütenbach and to stop at the Hintereckhütte. The Zweribach waterfall is already waiting on the neighboring mountain before, after a last steep ascent, you walk comfortably and with great views to St. Peter.The path leads almost exclusively over hiking trails as well as gravel or forest roads. Occasionally the paths are paved (Wildgutach, Gütenbach, St. Peter)Numerous refreshment stops in St. Peter. On the way only in the Hintereckhaus. Backpack catering for picnics (e.g. Balzer Herrgut, Bruggerhof, Panoramaweg St. Peter) is recommended.Total distance approx. 28 km with a total of approx. 1,300 meters in altitude.

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      • September 26, 2021

  4. Stephan Giehl went for a hike.

    August 12, 2021

    04:17
    8.57 mi
    2.0 mph
    1,475 ft
    1,425 ft
    SimonZ, OLAF and 7 others like this.
    1. Stephan Giehl

      SHORT DESCRIPTION
      Round trip right through the breakthrough valley of the Young Danube, with constantly changing perspectives of the famous Beuron Monastery and the Danube. The Danube is crossed twice and twice it goes from the valley up to the most beautiful panorama places in the Danube valley.
      Sights include
      - Lookout rocks: Fissure rocks, Rauher Stein and - Eichfelsen
      - Irndorf rock garden
      - Wildenstein Castle (refreshment stops)
      - Beuron (monastery and rest stops)
      There are plenty of parking spaces in Beuron. The hike follows the sign "Donauwelle" throughout.

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      • August 19, 2021

  5. Stephan Giehl went for a hike.

    August 10, 2021

    OLAF, christian and 2 others like this.
    1. Stephan Giehl

      In addition to the Princely Park Inzigkofen with the monastery, Amalienfelsen and the legendary Devil's Bridge over the Höll Gorge, there are numerous rock formations to be admired that can be found all over the landscape. Again and again you can catch beautiful views of the picturesque floodplain landscape of the Danube, which is a constant companion on the round tour.

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      • August 11, 2021

  6. Stephan Giehl went for a hike.

    August 9, 2021

    1. Stephan Giehl

      BRIEF DESCRIPTION
      The circular hike starts at the Posthaus (bus stop and hiking car park) below Döggingen. After the ascent to Döggingen, the path leads over the heights with great views. The gorge is accessed via the sand hole at the Burgmühle.
      Now the path follows the course of the Gauchach against the direction of flow. Again and again the bank is changed by means of a wooden walkway. Various waterfalls and washed away trees are impressive along the way and provide amusement. After more than a dozen footbridges, the gorge loses its drama. After the Guggenmühle you can quickly reach the end of the gorge. The starting point is the hiking car park where the hike began.The path leads mainly over hiking trails, gravel / forest roads. In Döggingen there is also a short asphalt stretch. In the gorge there are almost all of the narrow hiking trails, some of them directly in the rock (secured with rope) and with steps.Refreshments are only possible in the Burgmühle. We recommend rucksack provisions for picnics.Avoid the gorge in uncertain weather conditions (thunderstorms, heavy rain). Heavy rain occurring regionally can lead to a sudden tidal wave in the gorge. Waterproof hiking shoes suitable for alpine terrain are recommended - depending on the water level, short sections of the path are flooded.Total distance approx. 12 km with 280 m ascent and 280 m descent.

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      • August 19, 2021

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    1. Stephan Giehl

      BRIEF DESCRIPTION
      The demanding circular hike starts at the Heubronn hiking car park and, following the Westweg, leads to the Belchen summit. The descent takes place past the Hohfelsen over the Böllener Eck and the Hau car park to Neuenweg. Here you reach the lowest point of the hike. After a short, steep ascent to Vorderheubronn, the path now leads directly to the Nonnenmattweiher. Finally, it goes comfortably to the Gasthof Haldenhof, which is in the immediate vicinity of the starting point.
      The promising path leads to the most beautiful summit in the southern Black Forest. The ascent already offers wonderful views of the Hochblauen, the Vosges with the Rhine plain in front of it. If the weather permits, the summit offers a magnificent all-round view from the Black Forest to the Alps. In addition, the path leads past historical and scenic features (Dekan-Strohmeyer-Chapel, numerous boundary stones, remains of a hill and the Nonnenmattweiher).The hike leads almost exclusively on hiking trails and gravel / forest roads. Only the descent to Neuenweg and the subsequent ascent to Vorderheubronn is paved. Surefootedness and a head for heights are essential for the passage on the Hohe Kelch!Refreshments on the Belchen, in Neuenweg, at the Nonnenmattweiher and at the end of the hike in the Haldenhof. Backpack provisions for picnics (e.g. on the Hohfelsen) are recommended.Total distance approx. 17 km with a total of 900 meters of altitude

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      • August 10, 2021

  8. Stephan Giehl went for a hike.

    June 25, 2021

    1. Stephan Giehl

      BRIEF DESCRIPTION
      Very varied route hike with beautiful views of the southern Black Forest, historical information about St. Märgen and alpine route guidance at the Zweribach waterfalls.
      One highlight chases the other: views on the way to St. Märgen, views of the Hohwartsfelsen, alpine hiking trails at the Hirschbachfall and the Zweribach waterfalls, the panorama path from St. MÄrgen to St. Peter and finally the town of St. Peter with its monastery and beautiful Village square.A hike that is best done on weekdays. Hikers cavort on weekends and in autumn when the weather is inversion. The waterfalls are also a tourist magnet when the weather is nice.Total distance approx. 24 km at an altitude of 600 meters.

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      • August 18, 2021

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