Kammweg guide: "From the Jeschken to the Rosenberg".
Hiking trail leads to the Jeschken, over the ridges of Northern Bohemia and Zittau Mountains with Hochwald and Lausche to Bohemian Switzerland.
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The traditional hiking trail begins with a panoramic ascent over the Rašovské hrbet (Rašovské ridge) to the top of the Yeshské Mountain and leads over the wooded Yeshské ridge to the Bílé kameny (Elephant Stones). Afterwards it goes to the Zittau Mountains to the peaks of Hochwald and Lausche. Then the ridge path changes to the Lusatian and Kreibitz Mountains and passes the ruins of Tollenstein Castle (Tolstejn) and the peaks of Tannenberg (Jedlová) and Kaltenberg (Studenec). Finally, the Ridge Path leads through the sandstone landscape of Bohemian Switzerland to its destination, the Rosenberg.
|Info's||Kammweg guide is illustrated with 97 color photographs, 45 black and white photographs, historical documents and 20 map drawings and has 192 pages.|
|Format||130 x 190 mm|
|Publisher||Bergverlag P. Rölke Dresden|
The ridge path can be walked in six to eight days. Recommendable are also shorter two to three-day routes, for whose planning you find Tipps for the overnight accomodation in the new moving leader.
Exact colored hiking maps, informative digressions and numerous color photographs and historical illustrations as well as quotations from contemporary witnesses Paudler and Hantschel make the book both a reliable hiking companion and an interesting reading book.
Over the ridge of the Jeschkengebirge
1. over the promising Raschenkamm to the Jeschken
The giant barrel on the Jaberlich
U Šámalů and mountain cobbler - two mines on the Jeschkenkamm
The Yeshik (Ještěd)
With Franz Hantschel and Amand Paudler on the Jeschken
2. over the wooded Jeschkenkamm to the elephant stones
The "new comb trail" and its first description by Amand Paudler
Route from Jítrava to Polesí
The folk architecture of North Bohemia
Over the ridge of the Lusatian and Zittau Mountains
3. from the elephant stones to the Zittau mountains and the high forest
Dr. Franz Hantschel - author of the 1905 guide to the Kammweg
The Tobias Pine
Panoramic view from the Scharfenstein
Panoramic view from the observation tower on the Hochwald
The Hochwald summit with its observation towers and mining buildings
4. from Hochwald through the Jonsdorf millstone quarries to the Lausche
Panoramic view from Carola Rock
The Rabenstein and its former mountain inn, the Rabensteinwarte
Small excursion to the Lauschemoor
With Franz Hantschel and Amand Paudler on the Lausche
Panoramic view from the Lausche
The Lausche and its mines
5. from the Lausche to the Tollenstein castle ruins and up the Tannenberg
Of the triangle and old boundary stones
With Franz Hantschel and Amand Paudler on the Tollenstein
The Tollenstein and its surroundings
With Franz Hantschel and Amand Paudler on the Tannenberg
The Tannenberg with its stone observation tower
Panoramic view from the observation tower on the Tannenberg
6. through the Kreibitz mountains
The Schöber Line as part of the Czechoslovakian border fortifications of the 1930s - The basalt columns on Goldberg
Views from Kaltenberg
With Franz Hantschel and Amand Paudler on the Kaltenberg
The rescue of the observation tower on Kaltenberg
Through the Bohemian Switzerland
7. through the deep Paulinengrund to the Rosenberg
To the Dittersbach Switzerland
Chapels and crosses along the way - Ferdinandsklamm and Grundmühle - once stations on the ridge path
8. from Rosenberg over heights to the lookout tower on Clars Berg
With Franz Hantschel and Amand Paudler on the Rosenberg
On the Hutberg near Rosendorf
Panoramic view from the lookout tower on Janovský vrch (Clars Hill) above Janov
Accommodation along the ridge path from Jeschken to Rosenberg
Holidays during the hiking season
Suggestions for multi-day hikes along the ridge path from Jeschken to Rosenberg
Selection of hiking maps for the ridge trail from Jeschken to Rosenberg
About the Czech / German names in this guide
Sehr informativ! Meine Bekannte hatte sich das
Sehr informativ! Meine Bekannte hatte sich das Buch von mir gewünscht.
Kauf lohnt sich!
Dieses Buch lohnt sich, wenn man auch im angrenzenden Nachbarland entlang des Kammwegs mit seinen geologischen und botanischen Besonderheiten mehr erfahren will.
Die Tipps im Anhang sind sehr nützlich, wie z. B. am Weg liegende Einkehrmöglichkeiten und Unterkünfte sowie Tipps zu Wanderkarten.