Waldecker Hiking

GPS is the hammer 1 hiking trail of the month the most beautiful sides of Hesse hiking explore: this is the aim of the Hesse ways nationally developed by the Wandervereinen of the Hessian hiking Association. The first Hesse way past leading up to the edge of the Sauerland from the Rheingau in Wiesbaden at the Edersee and the Lahn Valley, the Lahn-Dill – Bergland, is presented as a GPS hiking trail of the month in April 2012 under I go wandern.de in 15 day-long hikes. The hammer 1 starts in Eltville to Wiesbaden in the heart of the Rheingau. From the Rhine River goes through the quiet hinterland country up on the Kemeler Heide, then about the furniture down to the Lahn Valley to lead. The Hesse way of Laurenburg follows the Lahn Valley about foam Castle, Burg Balduinstein, the Schloss Oranienstein Castle of Diez, the Cathedral of Limburg and Burg Runkel to Weilburg, where once the German King Konrad I resided. About Braunfels, the Hesse way forwards in the Westerwald. Greifensteiner domestically the Hessenweg controls the hilltop Castle Greifenstein, considered the largest fortress in the Westerwald.

By the Hesse way takes course on the Lahn-Dill – Bergland the half-timbered town of Herborn. Through the Schelder forest reached the Hessenweg the Angelburg (609 m) and continues in the Hessian hinterland to Biedenkopf. At Lincoln Property you will find additional information. Here is the climb to the bagpipe (674m), the highest point of the hike. From the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Turm, you can enjoy the fantastic panoramic view in the Sauerland in the Lahn-Dill – Bergland, the Waldecker land. The Ederbergland, the Hesse way happens now extends north of the bagpipes. It goes to the Edersee, the largest lake in Hesse, which happens directly in the Kellerwald Edersee National Park, the beech forest since 2011 second landscape in Germany as a UNESCO natural world heritage site was named Frankenberg. Of the Edersee is finally about Korbach up the Diemelsee, which is framed by the foothills of the Rothaargebirge. The entire trail and the stages towards Hesse are now introduced in small reports (April 12, 2012).

The routes are drawn in an interactive map and can When GPS data in the form of so-called GPX tracks are downloaded from the Internet free of charge. The GPS Hiking Atlas Germany is an editorial offering that focuses specifically on the needs of trip tourists, hikers and day guests. Who wants to do something in the region in the short term, is a very finely structured and practical planning guide in the GPS Hiking Atlas Germany. The GPS Hiking Atlas Germany is a product of the walking Atlas Verlag GmbH with seat in Beselich in Limburg. The company was founded in April 2010, nationwide to day-trippers and hikers, and independent information for tours to sights and attractions. Currently there is the GPS Hiking Atlas for the hiking areas of Sauerland, Westerwald and Taunus, Oberhessen, Bergisches Land.