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Frei nach dem Motto: „Heimat ist kein Ort, sondern ein GefĂŒhl“, habe ich fĂŒr mich den Spruch umformuliert: „Outdoor ist kein Ort, sondern ein LebensgefĂŒhl“. Das Verweilen in der Natur gibt mir geistige und seelische Kraft, um aufzutanken und mich fĂŒr den Alltag zu regenerieren. Ich wandere gerne allein oder in der Gruppe und bin beinahe jedes Wochenende unterwegs, wenn es mir möglich ist. Auch meine Frau oder die Kinder sind immer wieder gerne mal dabei. Da muss ich mich dann allerdings vom Tempo her ganz schön zurĂŒcknehmen. Ich bin auch einem Marathon, einer Wallfahrt oder Pilgerwanderungen nicht abgeneigt und genieße es, unbekannte Regionen in unserem Land kennen zu lernen.
Seit meiner Kindheit bin ich (damals natĂŒrlich mit meinen Eltern) beinahe jedes Wochenende auf IVV-Wandertagen irgendwo in Deutschland unterwegs und habe im Jahr 2016 mein Ziel, einmal die Erde zu umrunden, mit der entsprechenden Auszeichnung des Volkssportverbandes erreicht.
Hier könnt Ihr Euch die Auszeichnung ansehen: komoot.de/tour/13834658
NatĂŒrlich gehe ich auch weiterhin gerne zu IVV-Wandertagen in meiner nĂ€heren Umgebung.
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Die erhabene Sprache der Natur, die Töne der bedĂŒrftigen Menschheit lernt nur der Wanderer kennen.
(Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
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An einem Sommermorgen da nimm den Wanderstab, Es fallen deine Sorgen wie Nebel von dir ab. (Theodor Fontane)
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Wandern ist eine TĂ€tigkeit der Beine und ein Zustand der Seele.
(Josef Hofmiller, Schriftsteller und Lehrer)
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  1. Söhni 🏃 e Anne hanno fatto un'escursione.

    2 giorni fa

    04:06
    17,4 km
    4,3 km/h
    410 m
    410 m
    A Söhni 🏃, weisweber e altri 333 piace questo.
    1. Söhni 🏃

      Our starting point is at the venerable Rosenberg Fortress, (Fortress 1, 96317 Kronach) which towers over the 1000-year-old town of Kronach. Below the prison, a footpath leads us through the Wolfsschlucht down to Schwedenstraße. Parallel to the Haßlach we walk through the Haßlachgasse out of town and there we meet the venerable Franziskanerweg, which accompanies us in the direction of the pilgrimage site of Glosberg. In the second quarter of the 18th century, the Franciscan monks had to walk this path, which we hike today for the building of buildings, regardless of wind and weather, in order to hold the many church services in the well-frequented pilgrimage site of Glosberg. Along the Haßlach, we pass the stepped former mining areas of the sandstone and on the edge of the Haßlach valley we come across the holy ponds. The stations of the cross and wayside shrines restored on the initiative of Roland Graf accompany us on our way to Glosberg.
      After a piece of forest we reach the state road, which we cross and next to it go 100 meters to the left. On the tree-lined dirt road we come to the right to the road leading to Glosberg. The last section to Glosberg we follow the castle path to the right through the corridors.
      After visiting the pilgrimage church, the castle trail accompanies us to the upper end of the village. We follow the Stations of the Cross straight uphill and pass the grave of an unknown soldier. On this way we pass the forest chapel, which invites you to linger and take a break.
      We then continue uphill on the forest path through a forest mostly covered with spruce trees. After leaving the forest, a bench invites you to enjoy the impressive view. At the next crossroads we keep to the right and briefly follow the road until we turn right again into a forest path. Crossing the next forest road half to the left, we go downhill through varied mixed forests until we finally reach Letzenberg ("holiday on the farm").
      If you stay on the hardly used road and follow the Glosberger Weg (KC 14), this leads past beautiful views from the Franconian Line to Coburg and meets our hiking trail again before Letzenberg.
      We continue on the road and turn right below the single at the edge of a paddock, walk along the pasture and soon turn left to the street. We walk the road briefly to the left and then across the road to the right into the forest. If we keep to the right, we climb up the slope of the Kammberg (468 m) long and fairly steeply. Then we hike again on a pleasant path slightly downhill in the forest into the open air.
      We cross a road straight ahead and hike with a beautiful view over the open corridor to the forest. When we step out of the forest at a small depression, we again have a beautiful view. After a gentle ascent through the forest, we meet the Frankenweg shortly before its end. At the edge of the forest we enjoy the view of Seelach and GehĂŒlz and the Kronach region. Shortly before the end of our hike, we enjoy the view of the Haßlach valley again and can watch the course of our hiking trail again. On the Frankenweg we get back to our starting point at the Rosenberg Fortress. This has secured access to the three Franconian Forest valleys since 1249 and symbolized the power of the Bamberg bishops. From 1656 to 1733 it was expanded into a fortress that was never conquered.
      © Frankenwaldverein e.V.

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      • 2 giorni fa

  2. Söhni 🏃 ha fatto un'escursione.

    3 giorni fa

    01:57
    11,5 km
    5,9 km/h
    340 m
    330 m
    A Söhni 🏃, Anja 🏡 e altri 325 piace questo.
    1. Söhni 🏃

      Parking lot at the parish center in forest window
      Frankenstrasse 1, 97705 Burkardroth-Waldfenster
      A delightful tour through a landscape mosaic typical of the Rhön. Meadows rich in flowers and old hat trees in the open corridor alternate with forests in which imposing, gnarled tree veterans are hidden. From the idyllic vantage point on the Platzer Kuppe, when the view is clear, there is a grandiose view of the Taunus, 100 km away.
      © Deutsches Wanderinstitut e.V.

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      • 3 giorni fa

  3. Söhni 🏃 ha fatto un'escursione.

    3 giorni fa

    01:50
    11,0 km
    6,0 km/h
    110 m
    110 m
    1. Söhni 🏃

      Starting point: Marktplatz in: 97723 Oberthulba
      A delightful tour with a fabulously beautiful, quiet forest section directly along the Thulba as a special highlight. In addition, there are impressive views, attractive corridor passages, but also cultural features such as a historical arched bridge and wayside shrines from the early 17th century. The civilized environment is also noticeable in a disturbing way on some sections of the route in the form of the noise of traffic coming from the surrounding streets. A positive aspect, on the other hand, are the restaurants in both villages. A successful hike that is also suitable for families. Because of the natural path sections, however, it is not suitable for prams.
      © Deutsches Wanderinstitut e.V.

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      • 3 giorni fa

  4. Söhni 🏃 ha fatto un'escursione.

    1 marzo 2021

    A Söhni 🏃, GĂŒ e altri 397 piace questo.
    1. Söhni 🏃

      Starting point: Amlichstraße, 96365 Nordhalben
      The starting point is the "Dreschhallenplatz" (a threshing hall stood there until the 1970s), near the lace school building erected in 1906/07, now: THE Nordhalben lace museum, which houses the international lace collection and the local historical museum with border documentation. The Kapellenweg leads to the oldest ecclesiastical building in northern Halifax, the “MariĂ€ Visitation” chapel, popularly known as the Marienkapelle. It used to be the castle chapel of Nordhalben Castle and the entrance to the castle district. The chapel is open during the day and a notice board below briefly describes its history and special features. Then it goes on to the Schlossberg, on which 1154-1525 the Nordhalbener Castle stood. From there you have a wonderful view of the Rodach Valley to the border at Dreiherrenstein and the Grund district with the beautiful Jubilate Church.
      The path now continues on the "platform", the church platform for the Protestant Christians in the north of Halden on the way to the Jubilate Church. At the foot of the Schlossberg stands the Trinity Chapel, which was rebuilt in 2004, and an information board here also explains its history. The Rodach forms the border between the Nordhalbener district ThomasmĂŒhle and the former Heinersberg district Grund. It still essentially represents the religious boundary between Catholics and Protestants. In earlier times this was the boundary between the bishopric of Bamberg and the Margraviate of Bayreuth.
      The next stop is the Protestant Jubilate Church, also open during the day. Behind the church the path leads steeply up towards Heinersberg on the (new) Heinersberger Kirchsteig. Heinersberg is first bypassed on a forest path to the north.
      At a point from which you can enjoy a very nice view of the Thuringian Titschendorf, there is a bench with an information board about the history of this village. Heinersberg is reached on the eastern outskirts; After a short stretch of road, the path leads to the Heinersberger water reservoir with a beautiful panoramic view of the Franconian Forest. Behind it, you continue through the forest on the (old) Heinersberger Kirchsteig and over the Rothmaiseltal (shelter hut with seating) to just before the hiking car park "PfarrschneidmĂŒhle" with seating area and information boards.
      Here the path initially branches off to the right onto a forest path, but leaves it after 100 meters to the left onto an old JĂ€gersteig. This historical “one-man-path” (the width is only enough for one person) was exposed again especially for “churchgoers”.
      It leads through a wonderful old mixed forest directly above the road and offers unique views of the Ölsnitz valley. A real gem in the Franconian Forest! Good footwear is required here, as the path also crosses some smaller watercourses, which, depending on the weather, carry more or less water.
      The state road is crossed at the StoffelsmĂŒhle and shortly afterwards the Ölsnitz is crossed on a footbridge over the “Mengerswehr”. After a short, steep ascent, the path runs along the Rodach above the StoffelsmĂŒhle and NeumĂŒhle, with the former DĂŒrrenwaid train station, now the “Rodachtalbahn” railway station (resting bench with information element at the edge of the path). Then it goes down into the Rodachtal. After crossing the state road, the path leads along the “Dorfbach” to the Regberg. Here is a seating group with a very nice all-round view of the Franconian Forest and neighboring Thuringia.
      After a short piece of dirt road you come to Blumenstrasse on the old Nordhalbener Kirchsteig, which the farmers of the farms to the south used to go to church. This path meanders through the "Siedlung SĂŒd", then leads downhill through a small population of trees, past the fish ponds and finally up again on the Emlichsweg and the "Schulsteigla" to the main street (Kronacher Straße, later Lobensteiner Straße).
      Here you have several sights compactly together:
      The Catholic parish church of St. Bartholomew (open during the day), the cemetery with the church fountain (Moses in front of the burning bush), opposite the imposing war memorial (1925), the former coronation festival, the old office of the bailiffs, the "BĂŒbla-Brunna" (stone figure with slate and stylus), the former market square along the street with forester's house and town hall.
      Past refreshment stops, the path then leads along Lobensteiner Strasse and Amlichstrasse back to the starting point.
      © Frankenwaldverein e.V.

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      • 1 marzo 2021

  5. Söhni 🏃 ha fatto un'escursione.

    1 marzo 2021

    A Söhni 🏃, Pamph e altri 357 piace questo.
    1. Söhni 🏃

      Starting point: car park below Lauenstein Castle, Dr.-Erhard-Messmer-Strasse, 96337 Ludwigsstadt
      The castle is inextricably linked with Lauenstein. Lauenstein Castle ("Mantelburg") was probably founded in the 12th century, first mentioned in 1222. In the middle of the 13th century, Lauenstein came into the possession of the Count of OrlamĂŒnde. Later, frequent changes of ownership. In the middle of the 16th century, Christoph von ThĂŒna (his epitaph in the Michaeliskirche in Ludwigsstadt) extended the complex that still exists today. In 1622 the Margrave of Brandenburg-Kulmbach-Bayreuth bought the castle and lordship in Lauenstein. In 1896 the private citizen Dr. Erhard Messmer took over the completely neglected castle complex, renovated it and refurbished it. It has been owned by the Free State of Bavaria since 1962.
      We walk down from the large car park on OrlamĂŒnder Straße to the bend in the road, turn right onto the path, cross the street, continue down the path and come to the lower village. Here we walk the road briefly to the right, then immediately downhill again on a path to the left to the parking lot at the B 85. We walk past the former train station over the Loquitztal, past the Kneipp facility with treading pool and arm bath into the nearby forest. We cross the forest path and walk half-left up a forest path that ends in a path that climbs steeply. After approx. 300 m we turn left onto a forest path. This leads straight along the slope in the forest until we meet the forest path. This leads at an acute angle to the right, steeply uphill to a sharp left curve. There we walk straight ahead and on a path steeply up to the idyllic hamlet of Spitzberg.
      We turn left at the first house and soon right in the forest and walk steadily down a forest path through a wide wooded area. When a view of the FischbachmĂŒhle and the Loqitztal with the B 85 opens, we turn sharply to the right and continue downhill until we have reached the Fischbachgrund coming from Steinbach an der Haide with the Mantelburgweg. While the path leads to the right in the direction of Steinbach an der Haide and to ThĂŒnahof, we turn left and continue to hike slightly downhill in the unspoilt Fischbach Valley to the FischbachmĂŒhle (praline factory) on the B 85 and the Munich-Berlin railway just before the state border. Here the Fischbach flows into the Loquitz.
      We walk on the access road over the bridge, take the B 85 very briefly to the left, cross it (be careful!) And walk on an initially somewhat steeper, very beautiful, demanding, but romantic path, always upwards through well-tended forest sections with occasional views upwards and come so back to the height on the access road to the castle back to Lauenstein, just before the large car park.
      © Frankenwaldverein e.V.

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      • 1 marzo 2021

  6. Söhni 🏃 e Anne hanno fatto un'escursione.

    28 febbraio 2021

    A Söhni 🏃, The Rocket e altri 367 piace questo.
    1. Söhni 🏃

      Starting at the Franconian wayside shrine center in Egenhausen, the Steinhauerweg leads into the past of sandstone mining in the region. In addition to numerous wayside shrines, you can also discover the former mining sites along the way. Nature has now recaptured these and transformed them into diverse gems.
      Route: The hike begins in the center of Egenhausen at the Franconian wayside shrine center, a visit to which is an ideal start for the tour on the Steinhauerweg: The examination of the subject of wayside shrines enables a closer look at the "Marterli" (Franconian expression for the wayside shrines), which so numerous can be found on Steinhauerweg.
      From the center of the village you first walk westwards on the main road, after about 500 meters you come to Steinhauerweg behind the sports field. Across from an old atonement cross, the path guides hikers to the left into Brunnholz. It continues over to a forest and there always along the edge of the forest. Another wayside shrine is on the road to Schleerieth. There, where the Steinhauerweg crosses the street a little later to the north, it is worth making a detour south to Schleerieth, for example to visit the historic Kirchgaden around the local church and for the fruit path with eight adventure stations around the village.
      On the Steinhauerweg again, the path now zigzags through the fields back to the so-called Teufelsgraben. The wayside shrine in the valley floor, like the small chapel on Steinberg, is supposed to drive away the devil. The Steinberg itself used to be a quarry, whose hollows and depressions, terraces and hilltops have been reclaimed by nature. At the highest point of the quarry edge there is a small Marian grotto. Another wayside shrine can be found on the road to EgenhĂ€user MĂŒhle. Then the path runs downhill into the valley and behind the bridge to the left along the hedge bar. At the edge of the forest, a narrow path disappears almost inconspicuously between the trees, which you follow. Now the path forms a small ridge, the old quarry spreads out on the right. Egenhausen and Brebersdorf are in the valley floor. A nice place to take a break is the BauholzbrĂŒnnlein, before walking across the fields back to the main road or to the starting point.
      Sights: wayside shrine center in Egenhausen, Kirchgaden and fruit path in Schleerieth, chapel on Steinberg, Mariengrotte, lumber fountain
      ©  Franconian wine country

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      • 28 febbraio 2021

  7. Söhni 🏃 e Anne hanno fatto un'escursione.

    28 febbraio 2021

    A Söhni 🏃, u.s. e altri 296 piace questo.
    1. Söhni 🏃

      The alluvial forest of the Sennfelder Seenplatte is one of the most pristine in the Schweinurter Land. The "Kleine Auenwald-Achter" leads to the side arms of the Altmain, through picturesque natural landscapes and to dreamy places.
      Route: This tour starts at the “Sennfeld am See” car park at the sports and leisure facilities in Sennfeld. There you will also find the information board in the immediate vicinity. First the path leads left over an avenue, then to the right over a wooden walkway. The Sennfeld sports and leisure facility with restaurant can be reached via the tree nature trail.
      Now the path turns left and leads past the old sports field into the Schweinfurt weir system. After the Kneipp path and the fountain, the footpath curves slightly to the right and leads to the next information board. On a gravel path you hike along the Altmainarm, the so-called elephant hump, with its old and unusual trees. In the period between 1880 and 1944, the complex actually housed a zoo with numerous species of birds, native animals and even predators such as lions, tigers, leopards, puma, raccoons and polar bears.
      Continue walking parallel to the Main and reach the middle clasp of the eight. If you turn right, you choose the shortcut. If you walk straight ahead, you immerse yourself in the untouched nature of the Main meadows. The trees grow like a jungle on the banks of the smaller lakes as well as on the so-called “long hole” and the “round hole”.
      After the gravel path it goes to the right - straight ahead, however, a detour to the pavilion “Herbs-Kraut-und-RĂŒben” is worthwhile. Back on the way, you hike over grassy ground to the crossing point at the Altmaar wooden footbridge. Coming from the right, the abbreviation of the eight clasp meets the main path again. Here you turn left and walk directly to Sennfeld past the lido and a short distance through the village. On the right you can see the Sennfelder See. The old sea cross is reminiscent of a catastrophe in January 1861 when a fully occupied boat capsized and 21 people lost their lives in the icy water. A small bridge leads over the inflow of the lake back to the starting point.
      Sights: Sennfelder Seenkranz, pavilion "Herbs-Kraut-und-RĂŒben"
      ©  Franconian wine country

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      • 28 febbraio 2021

  8. A Anne, MARTIN RITTER 🐑 🐿 e altri 355 piace questo.
    1. Anne

      This hiking stone, which I found today, spontaneously inspired me to a thank you home round for all those who show affection and solidarity for my better half these days for their courageous step out of the pioneer system.
      komoot.de/tour/321227503
      The action "Gray Nothing" started by Komootler UdoS with his appeal:
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      Shortly afterwards there were already mountain grouches:
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      and the user Tom added:
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      Let's form a network for friendship and solidarity together. Every solidarity tour is linked here and thus carried out into the Komoot world. At this point I would like to sincerely thank my "Söhni" for always motivating and encouraging me to go on tours together. Without a “driver” I would probably not be able to get myself up and running! 😄😅
      Now Margit also comes in:
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      And here the next one (Xrunfun):
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      Kiss:
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      Markus and Binchen:
      Link see below!
      giovanni:
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      Armin:
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      So, let's go:
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      Rita (never without Ronnie)
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      Enjoy:
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      madD:
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      Lexie:
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      Ingrid and Man:
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      Ida BogĂž:
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      Marie:
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      • 27 febbraio 2021

  9. Söhni 🏃 ha fatto un'escursione.

    27 febbraio 2021

    02:53
    16,1 km
    5,6 km/h
    230 m
    240 m
    A Söhni 🏃, Wanderin e altri 372 piace questo.
    1. Söhni 🏃

      Startort: Wasserschloss Mitwitz, Unteres Schloß 5, 96268 Mitwitz
      Am Mitwitzer Wasserschloss, dem 1266 erstmals erwÀhnten Wahrzeichen von Mitwitz, beginnen wir unsere nach ihm benannte Rundwanderung.
      Wir folgen der Allee am Schloßgraben, wenden uns nach links und ĂŒberqueren die Föritz auf einem schmalen BrĂŒcklein. Geradeaus gehen wir durch das BubsgĂ€ĂŸchen vorbei am Mitwitzer JugendĂŒbernachtungshaus, bis wir am Rathaus, dem ehemaligen Gasthaus „Zum wilden Mann“, auf die Hauptstraße treffen. Wir folgen der Hauptstraße nach links vorbei am Gasthaus HĂ€ublein und am Gasthaus „Zum steinernen Löwen“, bis wir nach links in den Breitenseeweg einbiegen. Diesem folgen wir bis zum 5 Hektar großen Breitensee, wo wir ebenfalls nach links abbiegen und durch die Allee am Seeufer bis zur kleinen BrĂŒcke ĂŒber die „Alte Föritz“ wandern. Kurz danach biegen wir links in einen Waldweg ein, der uns abwechselnd am Waldrand und durch den Wald am FöritzbĂ€chlein entlangfĂŒhrt. Dabei sehen wir Neundorf zur Linken liegen. Wir passieren einen alten Felsenkeller aus dem Jahre 1835, bei dem man beim Blick durch das Eisengittertor in den Vorraum kaum erahnen kann, dass er sich mit allen SeitengĂ€ngen bis zu 150 Meter lang unter dem Waldboden erstreckt. In die SandsteinwĂ€nde sind lange „Etagen“ fĂŒr das Lagern der BierfĂ€sser geschlagen. Mit der Erfindung und industriellen Nutzung von KĂ€ltemaschinen hatte diese Methode der BierkĂŒhlung ausgedient.
      Die Beschilderung der Wasserschloss-Runde sowie des Burgenwegs und der Rundwanderwege KC 33, KC 34 fĂŒhrt uns weiter, bis die Wasserschloss-Runde die anderen Wege in einer scharfen Rechtsbiegung verlĂ€sst. Dieser und dem Forstweg folgen wir durch den Wald bergauf, bis er in einen quer verlaufenden Forstweg einmĂŒndet. Hier wenden wir uns nach links und durchwandern den Kiefernwald, bis wir an einer großen Lichtung die Verbindungsstraße zwischen Neundorf (links) und BĂ€chlein (rechts) gerade in Richtung Rotheul ĂŒberqueren. GegenĂŒber betreten wir wieder den ausgedehnten Kiefernwald. An der Wegespinne nach etwa 500 Metern treffen wir wieder auf die von links kommenden Rundwanderwege KC 33 (BĂ€chleiner Weg), KC 34 (Mitwitzer Runde) sowie auf den Burgenweg. Wir folgen den beiden Rundwanderwegen sowie der Wasserschloss-Runde nach rechts. Ein langes, gerades StĂŒck Wanderweg liegt vor uns, an dessen Ende wir nach rechts geleitet werden und nach etwa 500 Metern in BĂ€chlein den Wald verlassen.
      An der Stelle, an der die Wasserschloss-Runde den Wald verlÀsst, steht eine mit einer Bank umkrÀnzte Linde, unter der jedes Jahr Anfang Juni das traditionelle BÀchleiner Lindenfest gefeiert wird.
      Wir folgen der Straße vorbei an einem kleinen Teich zur Linken, wo wir an der Bushaltestelle nach rechts in Richtung Waldhotel BĂ€chlein abbiegen, um nach etwa 50 Metern – etwa 30 m vor dem Waldhotel – (nach dem Parkplatz) wieder nach links in einen Feldweg einbiegen. An dieser Stelle verabschiedet sich die Wasserschloss-Runde von den parallel verlaufenden Rundwanderwegen KC 33 (BĂ€chleiner Weg) und KC 34 (Mitwitzer Runde) und schließt sich den blau gekennzeichneten Wanderwegen „EuropĂ€ischer Fernwanderweg Nr. 3 und Nr. 6“ (gekennzeichnet mit einem blauen „X“), dem Burgenweg (gekennzeichnet mit einem blauen „+“) und dem Hauptrundwanderweg 9 (Heunischenburgweg) an. ZunĂ€chst am Waldrand entlang, dann nach einer Rechtswendung im Wald verlaufend, fĂŒhrt uns der Weg nach Kaltenbrunn in den MĂŒĂŸweg. Bevor wir hier die EinmĂŒndung in die Hauptstraße erreichen, biegen wir rechts ab und ĂŒberqueren die Staatsstraße 2708 an einem FußgĂ€ngerĂŒbergang. Vorsicht, an dieser Stelle ist der kreuzende Autoverkehr nur auf 80 Stundenkilometer beschrĂ€nkt! Neben dem Kaltenbrunner Feuerwehrhaus, an dem wir links abbiegen, befindet sich ein Brunnen, der zu einer Erfrischung einlĂ€dt. Nach wenigen Metern verlassen wir den EuropĂ€ischen Fernwanderweg Nr. 3 und Nr. 6 und nach einer Rechtsbiegung auch Kaltenbrunn in Richtung Burgstall und biegen nach etwa 200 Metern rechts in einen Feldweg ein. An dieser Stelle verlassen wir auch die Gesellschaft der Wanderwege HRW 9 und Burgenweg, die sich links in den Wald verabschieden.
      Wir folgen dem Weg zwischen Feldern und BĂŒschen hindurch, bis wir nach etwa 500 Metern wieder einen dichten Wald betreten. Nach etwa 10 Minuten Gehzeit im Wald, in der wir einmal nach rechts abgebogen sind, treffen wir an einer Wegespinne wieder auf zwei Bekannte – die beiden Rundwanderwege KC 33 und KC 34, die uns nun eine Zeit begleiten werden. Die Wegespinne verlassen wir nach links, um nach ein paar Minuten auf die Bundesstraße B303 zu treffen, die wir vorsichtig ĂŒberqueren, da hier die Geschwindigkeit des kreuzenden Verkehrs nicht beschrĂ€nkt ist.
      Etwa 300 Meter verlaufen unsere drei Wanderwege parallel zur Bundesstraße am Schwarzen Teich vorbei, bevor sie nach links dem Waldrand folgen. Der Forstweg fĂŒhrt uns den Fuchsberg hinan, bis wir an einer Kreuzung den uns begleitenden Rundwanderweg KC 33 nach rechts ziehen lassen, dafĂŒr aber vom KC 31 (HĂ€usles Weg) nach links in Richtung HĂ€usles begleitet werden. Durch den Wald steigen wir hinauf und erreichen in einem Buchenwald ein Gattertor, das wir wieder hinter uns schließen. Wir verlassen den Wald und sehen zur Linken ein sich bis ins Tal ergießendes, umzĂ€untes Damwild-Gehege und vor uns die GebĂ€ude von HĂ€usles mit der Gastwirtschaft „SchĂ€ferstuben“. Von der Terrasse der „SchĂ€ferstuben“ aus hat man einen herrlichen Blick ĂŒber den Wald, das Tal und das Treiben im Damwild-Gehege.
      Wir gehen Richtung Westen durch ein Anwesen, auf einem Wiesenweg bergan bis wir nach einem Hohlweg in den Wald eintreten. Dort wenden wir uns nach rechts und passieren etwa 500 Meter Jungwald, bis wir auf der Höhe die Wegespinne „Staanerna MĂ€nnla“ erreichen. Hier wenden wir uns nach rechts in Richtung Mitwitz. Von nun an geht es auf angenehmen Wegen nur noch bergab, meist in gerader Hauptrichtung. Wenn wir nach einem Linksschwenk eine Weile gewandert sind, wenden wir uns scharf nach rechts. Nun fĂŒhrt uns ein naturbelassener schmaler Waldweg weiterhin bergab. Wenn wir kurz vor der Straße den Hinweis zum "Steinernen Löwen" sehen, sollten wir den kurzen Abstecher unternehmen.
      In einer natĂŒrlichen Grotte in einer Felsenwand ist ein fast lebensgroßer Löwe aus Stein nicht zu ĂŒbersehen. Das 1907 errichtete Denkmal erinnert an Freifrau Annie von WĂŒrtzburg, geborene Lyons (lion/englisch = Löwe). Die angesehene Familie fĂŒhrte einen Löwen in ihrem Wappen, ihr Vater war Oberkommandant der englischen Flotte. ZurĂŒck auf dem Weg steigen wir ĂŒber die Holztreppe ab und laufen ĂŒber den Parkplatz und die Straße, kommen links auf einem Fußweg zu einer Ortsstraße und nach wenigen Metern zurĂŒck zu unserem Ausgangspunkt am großen Parkplatz am Wasserschloss. Unterwegs sehen wir kurz zuvor die MĂŒndung der Föritz in die Steinach und den Schlossteich.
      ©Frankenwaldverein e.V.

      • 27 febbraio 2021

  10. Söhni 🏃 ha fatto un'escursione.

    24 febbraio 2021

    A Söhni 🏃, B. S. e altri 407 piace questo.
    1. Söhni 🏃

      Dear Komootler,
      A few days ago I passed the 10,000 follower mark.
      For this reason I sincerely say “THANK YOU” to all outdoor enthusiasts who have regularly shown interest in my tours and who will hopefully continue to be enthusiastic about my suggestions! I will certainly present you interesting tours in my immediate vicinity (and if Corona allows it again), also beyond, in the future.
      Numbers don't mean much to me, but I'm a little proud to be able to accompany such a large number of followers on my tours. Quality is more important to me than quantity, which is why I'm saying goodbye to the attraction of the golden badge today, because it's not about titles like “pioneer” or “expert”, but about beautiful tours with great pictures and wonderful tour descriptions - and especially many nice outdoor friends who enrich life a little bit. In the meantime, I've had personal contact with a good dozen of you and / or am connected to WhatsApp or by email. This is what actually enriches life and what really matters! With this in mind, I wish you and me a lot of fun with our common outdoor hobbies in God's wonderful creation and with the best of health!
      Your son

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      • 24 febbraio 2021

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