dld rondrit obersteinebach
Route by Hans van de Ven (RouteXpert)
Published: 09/12/2018
MTT door het Westerwald en een stukje Bergisch Land vanuit Hotel Heiderhof in Obersteinebach. De lunch is gepland bij de Burgermeisterei in Dad Honnef, waar ze heerlijke hamburgers hebben. Vervolgens stoppen we nog een keer bij Maisels Fischteich om wat te drinken.

Hotel Heiderhof

 

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Het Westerwald is een laaggebergte in de Duitse deelstaten Rijnland-PaltsNoordrijn-Westfalen en Hessen. Het gebergte is voor 40 procent bebost en er is vorming van leisteenklei en ijzererts. Het gebergte wordt begrensd door de rivieren de Rijn in het westen, de Sieg in het noorden, de Dill in het oosten, en de Lahn in het zuiden. De hoogste top van het gebergte is de Fuchskauten van 656 meter en de bezienswaardigheden zijn het slot Dillenburg, de stad Siegburg en de stad Limburg an der Lahn. De dichtstbijzijnde stad is Koblenz. (Bron: Wikipedia)

Hotel Heiderhof is de locatie waar de route start en eindigd. We verbleven hier met MTC-Zeilberg het weekend van 8 juni 2018. 

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The Westerwald is a low mountain range in the German states of Rhineland-Palatinate, North Rhine-Westphalia and Hesse. The mountain is wooded for 40 percent and there is formation of slate, clay and iron ore. The mountains are bordered by the Rhine rivers in the west, the Sieg in the north, the Dill in the east, and the Lahn in the south. The highest peak of the mountain is the Fuchskauten of 656 meters and the sights are the castle Dillenburg, the city of Siegburg and the city of Limburg an der Lahn. The nearest town is Koblenz. (Source: Wikipedia)

Hotel Heiderhof is the location where the route starts and ends. We stayed here with MTC-Zeilberg the weekend of June 8, 2018.

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Der Westerwald ist ein Mittelgebirge in den Bundesländern Rheinland-Pfalz, Nordrhein-Westfalen und Hessen. Der Berg ist zu 40 Prozent bewaldet und es bilden sich Schiefer, Lehm und Eisenerz. Die Berge werden im Westen von den Rheinflüssen begrenzt, im Norden von Sieg, im Osten vom Dill und im Süden von der Lahn. Der höchste Gipfel des Berges sind die Fuchskauten von 656 Metern und die Sehenswürdigkeiten sind die Burg Dillenburg, die Stadt Siegburg und die Stadt Limburg an der Lahn. Die nächste Stadt ist Koblenz. (Quelle: Wikipedia)

Das Hotel Heiderhof ist der Ort, an dem die Route beginnt und endet. Wir waren hier mit MTC-Zeilberg am Wochenende vom 8. Juni 2018.

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Il Westerwald è una catena montuosa bassa negli stati tedeschi della Renania-Palatinato, Renania Settentrionale-Vestfalia e Assia. La montagna è boscosa per il 40 per cento e vi è la formazione di ardesia, argilla e minerale di ferro. Le montagne sono delimitate dai fiumi Reno a ovest, Sieg a nord, Dill a est e Lahn a sud. La cima più alta della montagna è il Fuchskauten di 656 metri e le attrazioni turistiche sono il castello di Dillenburg, la città di Siegburg e la città di Limburg an der Lahn. La città più vicina è Coblenza. (Fonte: Wikipedia)

L'Hotel Heiderhof è il luogo in cui inizia e finisce il percorso. Siamo stati qui con MTC-Zeilberg il fine settimana dell'8 giugno 2018.

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Hans van de Ven 

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Westerwald
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About this region
The Westerwald (German pronunciation: [ˈvɛstɐvalt]; literally 'Western Forest') is a low mountain range on the right bank of the river Rhine in the German federal states of Rhineland-Palatinate, Hesse and North Rhine-Westphalia. It is a part of the Rhenish Massif (Rheinisches Schiefergebirge or Rhenish Slate Mountains). Its highest elevation, at 657 m above sea level, is the Fuchskaute in the High Westerwald. Tourist attractions include the Dornburg (394 metres), site of some Celtic ruins from La Tène times (5th to 1st century BC), found in the community of the same name, and Limburg an der Lahn, a town with a mediaeval centre. The geologically old, heavily eroded range of the Westerwald is in its northern parts overlaid by a volcanic upland made of Neogene basalt layers. It covers an area of some 50 × 70 km, and thereby roughly 3 000 km², making the Westerwald one of (Germany)’s biggest mountain ranges by area. In areas of subsidence, it has in its flatter western part (Lower Westerwald) the characteristics of rolling hills. Typical for the economy of the Upper Westerwald, some 40% of which is actually wooded, are traditional slate mining, clay quarrying, diabase and basalt mining, pottery and the iron ore industry, and among other things mining in the Siegerländer Erzrevier (roughly "Siegerland Ore Grounds"). Despite its relatively slight elevation, the Westerwald has for a low mountain range a typical agreeable climate. Economically and culturally, it belongs among Germany's best known mountain ranges. The name "Westerwald" was first mentioned in 1048 in a document from the Electorate of Trier and described at that time the woodlands (Wald is German for "forest" or "woods") around the three churches in Bad Marienberg, Rennerod and Emmerichenhain, west of the royal court at Herborn. Only since the mid 19th century has the name come into common usage for the whole range. The High Westerwald has since the Middle Ages formed the heart of the Herrschaft zum (also vom or auf dem) Westerwald ("Lordship over the Westerwald"). This comprised the three court districts of Marienberg, Emmerichenhain and Neukirch. The Lordship later fell under the governance of the Lordship or County of Beilstein.
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