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Easy trail that is probably best done in "reverse" heading along the river flat through the small town and not immediately up the staircase. It gets steep and slippery, but there are handrails for a good portion. The view at the end (or the beginning if you start with the stairs) is spectacular. Parking is across the river and requires a 2Euro ferry boat ride.

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sturmholz
3 months ago

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schlammig
3 months ago

wandern
brücke geschlossen
4 months ago

Well marked trail, though using the app kept me on course when there was question. Varied scenery. Bastei is beautbut over commercialized.

gorgeous views

Don’t take the rout I took. We did about two hours of bush hikjng.

schöne spazieren im wald. schrammtur has great views and opportunities for rock climbing.

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sturmholz
9 months ago

Malerweg 5. Etappe is a great sectionhike from Neumannmühle to Schmilka which You can walk within 3 - 5 hours (depending on Your physical condition) with great views (especially Goldsteinaussicht and Grosses Pohlshorn). You can also walk it from Schmilka to Neumannmühle (better stop then 200 m before at Buschmühle for a delicious fried trout "Forelle Buschmüllerin"). Have an awesome hike!

The Malerweg is a 112 km long loop trail through the Sächsische Schweiz National Park near Dresden. The complete loop can be split in to multiple stages. The suggestion is to do it in 8 stages. This is the 5. Etappe (stage) from the Neumannmühle in Kirnitzschtal to Schmilka on the Elbe river. The hike goes to the top of the Große Wildberg (the second highest mountain in the Sächsische Schweiz and then down to the Elbe valley into the little town of Schmilka. The majority of the trail goes through the forests of the national park, which is changing from a spruce tree forest to a mix between spruce, beech and oak trees.

We loved getting to see small German villages and beautiful scenery. It is straightforward to get to Stadt Wehlen from Dresden via the S Bahn and ferry. In Hohnstein, your options are to take the bus back to the river (and ferry and S-Bahn) or you can hike from Hohnstein to Rathen and take the ferry. Plan your route ahead of time if that is your intention. I was amazed to find such a lovely day of hiking so close to a major city.

on Pillnitz Rundweg

wandern
2 months ago

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