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" Der Sinn des Reisens ist, an ein Ziel zu kommen,
der Sinn des Wanderns, unterwegs zu sein. " (Theodor Heuss)
Es gibt wohl keinen Sinnspruch, der meine Motivation zum Wandern besser beschreiben könnte...Wandern ist für mich optimal, um im Kontakt mit der Natur zu sein, den Weg zu mir selbst zu finden und Gelegenheit zum Durchatmen zu haben – fernab von Stadtrummel und High-Tech-Gesellschaft.
Ein Marsch an der frischen Luft ist eine wunderbare Möglichkeit, um abzuschalten. Die Ruhe dient der Entspannung und steigert zugleich mein Wohlbefinden.
Wenn ich eine schöne Tour erleben durfte, versuche ich durch Hinzufügen einer möglichst ausführlichen Tourenbeschreibung und aussagekräftiger Fotos meine Begeisterung an andere Wanderfreunde weiterzugeben.
Wenn dies jemanden gefällt - und sollte ich hierdurch auch Andere zum Wandern einer Tour in unserer schönen Natur inspirieren - dann freut mich das sehr!
Keep on Hiking!!! ʕ•͡ᴥ•ʔ

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  1. Peter_H_65 🐻 heeft een wandeling gemaakt.

    5 dagen geleden

    02:12
    10,6 km
    4,8 km/h
    230 m
    130 m
    Hatti en Till vinden dit leuk.
    1. Peter_H_65 🐻

      Wuppertal-Beyenburg, Remscheid-Lüttringhausen, Wuppertal-Cronenberg, Solingen-Gräfrath: The three-city tour connects "The Bergische Drei". The path leads through the area of the three large cities, but (large (urban) it is not. It shows what is typical in the city triangle: a lively topography with deeply cut valleys and heights from which the view can wander, a small-scale mixture of settlements, open countryside and forests, abundance of water in streams and dams, traces of early industry in the middle of protected nature, historical cottages and half-timbered romanticism from pre-industrial times.Start: Wuppertal-Beyenburg (old town)
      Destination: Solingen-Gräfrath (old town)
      Stages:
      1. Beyenburg-Mitte to Lüttringhausen train station, 11 kilometers
      2. Lüttringhausen train station to Jung-Stilling-Weg, Wuppertal, 12.5 kilometers
      3. Jung-Stilling-Weg to Solingen-Gräfrath, 12.5 kilometers

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  2. Brigitte, Hatti en 20 anderen vinden dit leuk.
    1. Peter_H_65 🐻

      sgv-berg.de/wanderweg?wegId=1116
      de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eulenkopfweg
      ich-geh-wandern.de/eulenkopfweg-wuppertal-sch%C3%B6ller
      The Eulenkopfweg in northwestern Wuppertal is based on an idea by Dr. C. Brauckmann was developed by a working group of the Fuhlrott Natural History Museum in Wuppertal. It shows geological, biological, industrial and local history aspects of the north-western edge of Wuppertal.
      The main route of the Eulenkopfweg is divided into four sections. These sections with a total length of approx. 21.2 kilometers can be hiked one after the other.
      However, each section runs as an incomplete circuit, from the end of which you can return to the beginning of the section using another marked connecting route.
      You can choose whether you want to hike the Eulenkopfweg in the four consecutive sections of the main route, in four individual circular routes or on the 18.7 km long way back.
      Both the main route and the connecting routes are marked with the hiking sign of the Eulenkopfweg. At points where one section of the main line merges into the next, the number of the section is also marked to distinguish it.
      Directions
      Section 4 of the Eulenkopfweg begins at Schöller and leads past the manor and the watermill to the mill pond and runs along the Düssel to the Gut Hermgesberg horse farm, a very beautiful and idyllic route. Past the Reitergut it goes through a forest to the Düsseler Mühle. There the path turns onto the site of the disused quarry "Grube 7" and runs through it at the edge of the break. Information about flora and fauna on display boards complement the view of the quarry, which is now designated as a nature reserve.
      The asphalt road from the quarry goes under Osterholzer Strasse to Grube 10 and the Osterholz forest area. The forest area is passed past the Alt Derken farm and the prison Wuppertal-Simonhöfchen and the path ends shortly afterwards at the nature reserve Krutscheidt nature reserve and sinkhole area, where ore was mined in ancient times.
      Length of the section: approx 7.4 km
      To complete the round, it goes briefly through the Vohwinkler residential area Zur Waldkampfbahn, then along a small residential road through the villages of Bellenbusch and Holthauser Heide and turns back into Osterholz in front of the managed quarries of the Oetelshofen lime works. Through the forest it goes to the Schöllerweg, which follows its course on a newly created shoulder and after a detour across fields, the loop is closed again at Schöller.
      Length of the complete loop: approx. 12.2 km
      Path condition and accessibility
      The route is paved or consists of forest paths in good condition. The path in front of the Düsseler Mühle is mostly muddy. Between Alt Derken and the Simonshöfchen prison, the whole section - including the left and right of the path - is extremely muddy after rainy weather, and looks more like a swamp. The waymarks are easy to recognize.
      The path can also be hiked in the opposite direction, as the hiking signs are placed in both directions.
      Directions:
      Schöller hiking car park
      51 ° 14'39.8 "N 7 ° 01'42.4" E

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  3. Birgit, Sabine en 16 anderen vinden dit leuk.
    1. Peter_H_65 🐻

      sgv-wuelfrath-mettmann.de/wanderwege.htmlfiles.sgv-domains.de//downloads/mettmann/a1.pdfDirections / parking:
      Talstrasse 183, 40822 Mettmann
      51 ° 14'06.2 "N 6 ° 58'13.2" E

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      • 14 januari 2021

  4. Hatti, Keith en 21 anderen vinden dit leuk.
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      sgv-berg.de/wanderweg?wegId=1116
      de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eulenkopfweg
      ich-geh-wandern.de/eulenkopfweg-w%C3%BClfrath-d%C3%BCssel
      The Eulenkopfweg in northwestern Wuppertal is based on an idea by Dr. C. Brauckmann was developed by a working group of the Fuhlrott Natural History Museum in Wuppertal. It shows geological, biological, industrial and local history aspects of the north-western edge of Wuppertal.
      The main route of the Eulenkopfweg is divided into four sections. These sections with a total length of approx. 21.2 kilometers can be hiked one after the other.
      However, each section runs as an incomplete circuit, from the end of which you can return to the beginning of the section using another marked connecting route.
      You have the choice whether you want to hike the Eulenkopfweg in the four consecutive sections of the main route, in four individual circular routes or on the 18.7 km long way back.
      Both the main route and the connecting routes are marked with the hiking sign of the Eulenkopfweg. At points where one section of the main line merges into the next, the number of the section is also marked to distinguish it.
      Directions
      The third section of the Eulenkopfweg begins in the picturesque village of Düssel. It leads past the Düssel-ford past the Kirchfelder Weg up to the S-Bahn line Wuppertal - Essen and along it through a forest to the geological outcrop of Tillmannsdorfer Fold; continue up Dornaper Straße to the new route of Bundesstraße 7, the old route of which had to give way to the Rhine limestone quarry a few years ago. At the railway underpass of the railway line, the route follows the old route of the B7 along the quarry to the Dornap lime works.
      It briefly passes part of the plant, meanders next to the railroad tracks on the edge of the plant and reaches the village of Holthausen. Again along tracks, this time that of the Mettmann - Wuppertal freight railway (Rhenish route), it now goes on the Schlehenweg at the Oetelshofen lime works to the B7, where a small steam locomotive is set up on the factory premises behind the tunnel-like railway underpass, just before Hahnenfurth. In Hahnenfurth the path turns off the main road and leads along the Schöllerweg to the village of Schöller, where this section ends shortly after the manor. Schöller offers some historical buildings, such as a medieval church, the manor and half-timbered houses.
      Length of the section: about 5.9 km
      The round continues past the watermill and the mill pond over fields, later over the railway line back to the federal highway B7, then follows the Alte Kölnische Landstrasse for several hundred meters in the direction of Wülfrath and turns left again from the street at the entrance to Hahnenfurth. Via the Böck and Auerbaum courts it goes to the Alte Kölnische Landstrasse, which has recently been decorated with Euroga art objects, and follows it for about one kilometer. A footpath leads to the Böck, Löh and Schlingensiepen farms and back to Düssel.
      Length of the complete loop: approx. 10.8 km
      Path condition and accessibility
      At the Dornap lime works one has the impression of walking through the factory premises, but the street is public. Factory traffic should nevertheless be closely monitored. The bypass path taken there along the railway tracks is narrow and overgrown.
      The path can also be hiked in the opposite direction, as the hiking signs are placed in both directions.

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      • 12 januari 2021

  5. Peter_H_65 🐻 heeft een wandeling gemaakt.

    30 december 2020

    Sarah wandert☀️🥾, Stephan N en 16 anderen vinden dit leuk.
    1. Peter_H_65 🐻

      On the way home from Breisgau to the Rhineland on the penultimate day of the year '20 I couldn't help it ...
      That's why I made a small detour from the A5 motorway to Baden-Baden to "celebrate" the last hike of the year ... 🧐
      That was another nice round trip at the end! 🖖 The geology at "Battert" reminded me a lot of the red sandstone cliffs of the Rur Valley near Nideggen - so: put it on the agenda for 2021! 😺
      *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***wanderinstitut.de/premiumwege/baden-wuerttemberg/extratour-ebersteinburg-rundweg
      The forest is very diverse on the entire hiking route, so many tree species are not often encountered, in addition to ash, sycamore maple and summer linden there are also mountain elms in the canyon forests. In autumn the red fruits of the holly shine. In the protected forest, through which the path leads a long way, there are ancient trees and dead trunks with wonderful tree fungi. The Battert is an impressive red rock face, even ravens breed here. In addition to the great natural area in every season, there are also cultural and historical highlights and views to be found. An all-round successful hiking trail!
      Arrival by car: Wolfsschlucht car park
      Ebersteinburger Str. 2, 76530 Baden-Baden
      48 ° 46'27.1 "N 8 ° 16'32.5" E
      stadtwiki-baden-baden.de/wiki/Ebersteinburg_Rundweg
      The Ebersteinburg circular hiking trail is marked with a blue circle. The Wolfsschlucht forest car park, which can also be reached by public transport (line 214, Wolfsschlucht stop), is a good starting point. An alternative starting point is the old castle.
      Before starting the actual hike at the Wolfsschlucht forest car park, it is worth taking a detour to the Teufelskanzel. To do this, go across the street, past the barrier and after about 50m follow the beaten path on the right to the Teufelskanzel rock.
      If you start the hike at the Wolfsschlucht forest car park, first follow the narrow path westwards up to the Engelskanzel (not the wide Hungerbergweg). Passing the Furtwängler memorial plaque you come to the Unteren Batterthütte. It forms the intersection of the eight-shaped path. From here you continue on the Untere Battertweg to the Old Castle. In good weather conditions you can watch the climbers in the Battertfelsen from this stretch of the route. The ruins of the old castle mark the westernmost point of the circular route. Above the castle it goes up to the Ritterplatte, which offers a wonderful view of Baden-Baden. The path continues over the rocks and up the rock stairs to the Batterteiche. Its age is estimated to be around 600 years and it is therefore probably the oldest tree in Baden-Baden's city forest. From the Obere Batterhütte you can make a detour to the rock bridge and you will then be rewarded with another wonderful view. However, during the raven breeding season from mid-February to mid-July, the bridge is closed to visitors. There follows a section of the path on which you can discover the remains of a Celtic ring wall. Today the stones are piled up an average of one meter. Past the mountain guard hut you come back to the Untere Batterthütte. From here you follow the Bienenwaldweg to Ebersteinburg. The next stop is Alt-Eberstein Castle north of the Baden-Baden district. From there the path leads past the Lukashütte and the memorial stone for Otto von Löwenstein, before finally ending again at the Wolfsschlucht forest car park.

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      • 31 december 2020

  6. Peter_H_65 🐻 heeft een wandeling gemaakt.

    27 december 2020

    02:43
    12,1 km
    4,5 km/h
    330 m
    320 m
    Holger73, Tom en 11 anderen vinden dit leuk.
    1. Peter_H_65 🐻

      badenweiler.de/Media/Touren/Nach-BritzingenPanoramic tour to the wine town of BritzingenDESCRIPTION
      From Kurhaus Badenweiler via Kaiserstraße, Ernst-Eisenlohr-Straße downwards past Vitteller Platz and the Brühlweg and the old railway line to the Köhlerpromenade. Continuing uphill to Black, from there over the forest nature trail to the panorama path with wonderful views of the Markgräflerland, the Kaiserstuhl and the Vosges. We continue to the wine village of Britzingen. Over the Philippslinde it goes to Badenweiler Römerberg and on to Oberweiler and the Senses Park back to the starting point.

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      • 27 december 2020

  7. Peter_H_65 🐻 heeft een wandeling gemaakt.

    26 december 2020

    02:30
    12,6 km
    5,0 km/h
    350 m
    360 m
    Anja 🏡, Sarah en 27 anderen vinden dit leuk.
    1. Peter_H_65 🐻

      ❄️🌞❄️🌞❄️🌞❄️🌞❄️🌞❄️🌞❄️🌞
      Second Christmas Day, sun, (a little) cold, a few patches of snow and wonderful views - (m) a Christmas present!
      ❄️🌞❄️🌞❄️🌞❄️🌞❄️🌞❄️🌞❄️🌞
      muenstertal-staufen.de/Media/Wandern-Radfahren-Naturgenuss/Vom-Lindenplatz-zum-BergwerkThemed trail - Little Münstertal tour
      The open landscape in the Münstertal invites you to take beautiful, varied local tours.
      Directions
      "Opposite the Adler-Stube, turn into the" Münster "path, then take a sharp right into Lehngasse. The view below the Eichboden is worth a break.
      We keep straight ahead in the direction of the mine and pass the signpost for the water reservoir. The mine is soon in sight and invites you to visit. Back we have to go the same way a little bit until we turn sharp left towards "Mulden". We come out of a former inn "Neumüle".
      Then we follow the main road until we turn left onto a gravel path that leads us to the spa gardens. We cross the street at Parkweg and walk past the town hall to the left. The Laisackerweg road leads us up to the edge of the forest, where the valley path is signposted again. Here we follow the path up to the level of the Moosweg and walk a little way back on the main road until we are back at Lindenplatz. "
      *** *** ***As far as the directions in the original ...
      Deviating from this, however, I did not follow the main street from the former inn "Neumüle", because this seemed too "urban" 😉 to me. Apart from that, I already tripped the way through the "Sägegasse" on the tour komoot.de/tour/295949588. Instead, I climbed the slope again to enjoy more beautiful views of the Münstertal from the "Köpfle".
      From my point of view it was a good decision, so I would like to recommend this path for imitation ... 👌🐻
      Directions:
      Münster 66, 79244 Münstertal / Black Forest
      47 ° 51'38.5 "N 7 ° 47'47.8" E

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      • 26 december 2020

  8. Peter_H_65 🐻 heeft een wandeling gemaakt.

    25 december 2020

    1. Peter_H_65 🐻

      bergfex.de/sommer/baden-wuerttemberg/touren/wanderung/38881,staufener-panoramawegWe start in the picturesque town of Staufen and after a short climb we come to the Staufen castle ruins with a beautiful view of the Rhine plain.description
      On this short hike you can experience the diversity of the southern Black Forest. We start our tour in the city center of Staufen and from here we first follow the main road to the “Alten Post” at the foot of the Schlossberg. Following the yellow diamond, it goes up the mountain to the castle ruins, from which we have a wonderful view over Staufen and the Rhine plain. From here you hike back a little to get to the Schlossbergklinik along the outskirts of Staufen and continue to follow the yellow diamond.
      Behind the clinic, take a path up into the forest, follow it to a forest road, where you turn right (yellow diamond).
      It now goes over the Schützenplatz, past the St. Johanniskapelle, to the Messerschmidfelsen, with a fantastic view of the southern Black Forest. From here we descend to Staufen. A narrow path, marked with a yellow diamond, leads us over the water reservoir back to Staufen. Now follow the sign back to Rathausplatz.Parking: Rathausplatz in Staufen

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      • 26 december 2020

  9. Peter_H_65 🐻 heeft een wandeling gemaakt.

    24 december 2020

    1. Peter_H_65 🐻

      "Z` Bürgeln uff der Höh, don't see what cha mer" - Johann Peter Hebel once praised the fantastic location of Schloss Bürgeln, which lies above vineyards, forests and orchards at an altitude of 665 m on the Blauenmassiv.Around 1000 years ago this was the seat of the “von Kaltenbach” family.
      In 1125 Werner von Kaltenbach bequeathed the family property and those belonging to it
      Land of the monastery of St. Blasien with the condition to build a monastery settlement.
      The Propstei Bürgeln experienced an eventful history and was repeatedly destroyed by wars and fires, until the current early classical building with Rococo elements was built in 1762. The Bürgelnbund has been looking after the property since 1920.
      A 30-minute strong climb to the Brennten Buck begins at Grüneck. Here you can visit the remains of a Celtic ring wall and have the first beautiful views of Bürgeln Castle. Continue
      The path finally leads to the castle with a short ascent without any appreciable degree of difficulty. From the castle terrace there is a wonderful view of the Rhine Valley with the Vosges, the Sudgau and the Swiss Jura. When the weather is good, you can even see the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.
      Directions:
      Schallsingen 24, 79418 Schliengen
      47 ° 45'58.3 "N 7 ° 39'37.7" E
      +++ +++ +++ +++ +++ +++ +++ +++ +++Template for this tour was provided by this template:
      schwarzwald-tourismus.info/touren/schloss-buergeln-wanderung-6ca8ba0240
      Unfortunately, due to the exit restrictions due to the corona pandemic, I had neither the time frame nor the necessary daylight for the original 20.2 km hike. In the original it would have been a great tour. So I had to plan a stripped down circuit of ~ 9 km. Unfortunately, the weather didn't play along either, but since the days are slowly running out, I have to take it as it comes ... The photos are unfortunately a bit depressing and gloomy and unfortunately I couldn't enjoy the advertised view of Bürgeln Castle. Well: "Better Luck Next Time!"
      Hopefully this Christmas Eve I wish all outdoor friends a happy and above all healthy Christmas and a better New Year 2021, which may not be as humble as the year just ended ... 👋🎅

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      • 24 december 2020

  10. Peter_H_65 🐻 heeft een wandeling gemaakt.

    20 december 2020

    Kathrin, Sarah wandert☀️🥾 en 20 anderen vinden dit leuk.
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      muenstertal-staufen.de/Media/Wandern-Radfahren-Naturgenuss/Kleine-Muenstertaeler-Bauernhofrunde-UntertalThemed trail - Discover the variety of settlement and house forms on a comfortable tour from Münstertal train station.description
      The original mining community of Münstertal has many different house and settlement forms. With this round you will discover some of them and get into the exciting history of the Black Forest Valley. In the first section you come through the latest buildings around the Münstertal town hall and can evaluate the attempt to design a new town center here for yourself. You will experience local green caesuras on the section between Belchenblick and Gufenbachweg. The first typical Münstertal house (= special farmhouse shape as a single-roof courtyard with a crooked roof) is lovingly restored on Gufenbachweg 5. In the further course of Gufenbachweg and Finanzgasse you will come across some heavily rebuilt Münstertal houses again and again. In the Sägegasse you will come across a typical Black Forest sawmill. In the Mulden area, on the one hand, you will come across the administrative building of the former Poche (stone crushing plant of the former silver mining), built in the 19th century in the so-called Baden round arch style, and on the other hand, a particularly well-preserved Münstertal House (Mulden 49). The way back over the Eichboden provides good insights into the entire Untertal. On Laisackerweg you can catch a glimpse of the splendidly renovated Laisackerhof, a former Gedinghof of the St. Trudpert Monastery.
      Directions:
      Belchen car park, Sportheim 1, 79244 Münstertal / Black Forest
      47 ° 51'11.5 "N 7 ° 47'14.8" E

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      • 20 december 2020

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