Up to the building yard and then uphill to Ritzmannsdorf, continue to the Stalingrad Chapel and Kohlanger. Via Rastanger and Tachenberg back to the starting point.
Distance 11.7 km
Highest point1,355 m
Lowest point650 m
RETROSPECT WITH A VIEW. Via Ritzmannsdorf and a sunken path to the Stalingrad Chapel. Be sure to take a break with a wow view. Well strengthened, you will manage the somewhat steeper climb over Kohlanger with left. Via Rastanger and Tachenberg back to the valley.
Plan your trip in advance, taking into account walking time, distance, elevation gain, hazards, and weather reports.
Let others know where you are going and when you want to be back.
Turn back in good time if the weather deteriorates. If you are caught in a thunderstorm, stay away from free-standing trees and wait out the storm, crouching if possible.
Stay on marked trails and remember to close pasture fences.
If you are a dog owner: Clarify before the hike if you need to cross a pasture. Keep your dog on a leash and make sure it stays calm. If a cow attacks, let the dog off the leash immediately. Never pick him up to defend him.
Garbage on meadows and paths can not smell mountain and valley. Please take it with you. Agriculture and forestry are important partners for Berg und Tal. They allow you to walk and drive on many of their paths. Be aware that only good cooperation will guarantee your recreational enjoyment in the future.
Parking at the tennis court (652 m)
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Parking at the tennis court
A hike high above Aigen with magnificent views. Starting from the tennis court you follow the marking trail to Ritzmannsdorf, continue on a sunken path to the Stalingrad chapel and once again uphill to Kohlanger. From there, the trail continues more leisurely, via Rastanger to Tachenberg and back to Aigen to the starting point.
Way number: 9
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With the bus 940/941 to the busstop ,,Putterersee''. Near there is the start point.