Hiking guide Dresden and surroundings Band 2

Artikelnummer: BUE-27

Hiking guide Dresden and surroundings Volume 119 hikes from Heller over Dresdner Heide, into the Seifersdorf valley, into the Friedrichsgrund near Pillnitz and into the Schönfeld highlands.

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Information North of Dresden, the open, sandy landscape of the Heller and the large wooded... more

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North of Dresden, the open, sandy landscape of the Heller and the large wooded area of the Dresdner Heide extend from the health resort Weißer Hirsch to Langebrück. A mixture of nature and culture is formed by the Seifersdorf valley and the Elbe slopes from the suspension railroad to Borsberg. The Schönfelder Hochland is characterized by panoramic mountain ranges with the highest elevation of Dresden, the Triebenberg.

Titel Band 2: Dresden heath, Heller, Seifersdorf valley, Elbe slopes, Schönfelder highlands and Borsberg
Info's Hiking guide is illustrated with 204 color photographs, 33 black and white illustrations, historical documents and postcards, 21 drawings and has 256 pages
ISBN / EAN 978-3-934514-28-7
Format 130 x 190 mm
Publisher Bergverlag Rölke Dresden

Hikes north of Dresden (selection)

  • from the forest area of the Dresdner Heide and from the Borsberg hills
  • to the romantic reasons between Wachwitz and Pillnitz
  • from the traditional spa resort Weißer Hirsch to the Elbe castles
  • in the Seifersdorf valley and in Friedrichsgrund near Pillnitz
  • in the Schönfelder Hochland with Napoleon's stone, Rockauer Höhe and Triebenberg
  • in the very north of Dresden between Weixdorf, Schloss Hermsdorf and Langebrück

More information about the sights of Dresden can be found at here:

Introduction: On the way in Dresden's northern surroundings The geology of Dresden and its... mehr

Introduction:
On the way in Dresden's northern surroundings
The geology of Dresden and its surroundings
The plant world in Dresden's northern surroundings
The animal world in the transition area between Elbe Valley and West Lusatia

Chapter:
1. Heller, Dresdner Heide and surroundings
Summer flowers in the sandy landscape of the Heller
From Weixdorf into the open landscape between Hermsdorf Castle, Langebrück and Giant Oak
On the trail of the historical suction gardens in the Dresdner Heide
From Klotzsche through the Dresdner Heide to Königsplatz, Saugartenmoor, Hofewiese and Prießnitzwasserfall
From the former spa resort Weißer Hirsch over Wolfshügel and its lookout towers and Diebssteig to the Jonas Cross
In search of historical traces: From the former spa resort Weißer Hirsch via Stech- und Schotengrund to the Elbe castles
Classic heath hiking destinations: From Bühlau to the Ullersdorf reservoir and the Heidemühle
On the traces of the historical heath signs through lonely forest areas

2. Seifersdorf valley and Radeberger Land
On the traces of a romantic time through the "beautified" Seifersdorf valley with Hermann's oak and the mills in the Seifersdorf valley
From Klippenstein Castle through the Hüttertal valley to the white stork nest Wallroda and the Felixturm - once an observatory, observation tower and restoration

3. along the Elbe slopes
Up and down along the slopes of the Elbe - between the suspension railroad, rhododendron garden, royal vineyard and Wachwitzgrund
Up and down the Elbe slopes - between the television tower, Agneshöhe, Rockau, Keppmühle and Zuckerhut
Plants at the Elbleiten and in the side valleys of the Elbe between Pillnitz and Wachwitz

4. in the Schönfeld highlands
Over the panoramic heights of the Schönfelder Hochland
The Gönnsdorfer Höhe - once with windmill and observation tower - today with observatory
On the southern edge of the Schönfeld highlands
The small farmers museum Reitzendorf
Schönfeld Castle

5. between Pillnitz, Borsberg and Triebenberg
Along the Pillnitz vineyards to the Borsberg - on the tracks of Elector Friedrich August III.
The animal world in the cool grounds of the Elbe slopes
A hike with distant views: From Triebenberg to Doberberg and over the high bridges on the Borsberghang
A demanding hike between Pillnitz, Borsberg and Triebenberg
Small horseshoe nose Dresden's probably most famous bat species