May 29 2019

Hiking Trails

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Ehmsenweg in the Sauerland is GPS hike of the month Beselich, April 14, 2011. The Ehmsenweg looks back on a history of over 100 years, 1907 was constructed in memory of Ernst Ehmsen, the founder of the Sauerland Mountain Association “SGV”. Today, the Ehmsenweg is one of good sixty hiking trails in Germany, which are certified according to the standards of the German hiking Association as a quality way walkable Germany. The GPS Hiking Atlas Germany introduces the Ehmsenweg as a hike of the month April in five stages from Palm Sunday (17 April) on the website. The Sauerland Mountain Association briefly SGV has nearly 40,000 members one of the largest walking clubs in Germany.

Honorary chicory serve a network of over 38,000 km in length in the sauerland region and the adjacent regions between the Rhine and Diemel, lip and victory. SGV was founded in 1891 by forest advice Ernst Ehmsen in Arnsberg. No German was thirty years later to support the youth work of SGV functionaries Youth Hostel Association founded. In the 1960s, the SGV with other Wandervereinen, the parks, and the ADAC developed concept of hiking trails that start from a hiking parking lot until today. You contribute that the Sauerland is widely accessible for hikers. Since 2006 also Aloys quilted chicken elected a year, where as the new President of the SGV is the Ehmsenweg as a quality way walkable Germany.

The Ehmsenweg was the tenth hiking tour, received this award in Germany. In particular the natural texture and a trail experience potential will be assessed with the seal of the German hiking Association. This ensures that hiking on the Ehmsenweg in the sauerland region in any case is an exciting outdoor adventure away from roads, industrial and noise. The Ehmsenweg starts in Arnsberg in the Ruhr Valley leads from here through the Sunderner forests and the Homert in the Saalhausen hills, then crosses the river Lenne and reached the Ebbegebirge, to end up in Olpe to the Biggesee. These North West route through the Sauerland is consistently so as a main hiking trail marked with white cross on a black background, and wears the number 8 at crossroads. The 76-mile route through the Sauerland the Ehmsenweg happened on the pilgrimage church of St. Anthony of Padua at the former monastery fountain, the bone mill attachment in Fretter and others, one of Germany’s largest Juniper heaths beet campaign, the mining museum nature reserve Sauerlandpyramiden in Meggen, the observation tower on the high Bracht (588 m), and at the end of the tour the Biggesee in Olpe. The GPS Hiking Atlas Germany is presenting the route of Sunday, April 17th, up to the good Friday in a browser and five detailed descriptions of stage. Each also free GPS data for the mobile navigation are offered with the stages. But even without a GPS device, the Ehmsenweg in the Sauerland through the good Wegemarkierung is easily and without hiking preparation. The GPS Hiking Atlas Germany is free of charge information for tours a 2009 launched website. Presents the sights and attractions. Currently there is the GPS Hiking Atlas for the hiking areas of Sauerland, Oberhessen, Westerwald and Taunus. In addition to texts and images are above all the representation of places of interest in the dynamic map as well as the ability to download walks as GPS tracks for mobile navigation devices, features, which makes the walking Atlas to make a unique offer on the Internet.

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