Further South

That this easy and good works in the Internet, is the walking Atlas for the Taunus safe. Saturday starts the publication of walking Atlas for the Taunus. Each new entry is published daily. Overall, there are about 500 entries in planning, complemented with the idea of hiking trails in the Taunus. The walking Atlas on the northeastern edge of the Taunus mountains near Wetzlar begins the journey through the Taunus.

Goethe town country passes through the Solmser Braunfels and Weilburg Lahn along. Further South, the area around Mt. major field is achieved through the Weil Valley Saalburg and Hesse Park tourist highlights. South of the lower main-Taunus joins in the Hochtaunus. The densely populated countryside North of Frankfurt offers some destinations E.g. Burg Eppstein, the Hattersheimer rose garden, the Savior of Justice, the Arboretum main-Taunus or the Hundertwasser House in Bad Soden. The Rheingau region, which stretches along the stream to the border to Rhineland-Palatinate begins at the mouth of the river main in the Rhine.

Here is the heart of Riesling, here the best white wines in the world are grown. Follow the castles and fortresses Run of the river Rhine and the hinterland stretching wooded hiking areas. The Rhineland-Palatinate part of the Taunus is marked along the Middle Rhine Valley through the southern parts of the Nassau nature park. The Hintertaunus in the West stretches of Diez to the mouth of the Lahn into the Rhine at Lahnstein. A dent in the Limburg basin, the Golden base and the Idstein basin cover is then between business Taunus and the Hochtaunus. What am Rhein Riesling is like synonym as Seltzer here in the Untertaunus mineral water, that today”is called. First Taunus walks are also already available and will be presented in parallel with the information entries. So, the Weil Valley is presented for example in June. Also the new Saha Hannes path, the Taunus heights ring and of course numerous local circular walks are planned. The complete Rheinsteig in 23 stages that lead to the half of the Taunus is already published. Walking clubs, hiking guides, tourism experts from the municipalities and districts and of course each private hikers even hiking suggestions can publish. You need a so-called GPS-track which serves as the basis of the description of the itinerary only a GPS directions. These GPS-tracks are free of charge and can be used without restriction by excursion guests and appeal to a new generation of tourists who opt for a trip at short notice and will no longer have the time to obtain a normal map or wish to rely not only on a map. On the basis of GPS data, it is also possible to present hiking suggestions which are not marked or deliberately leading away from the major roads through beautiful areas in the walking Atlas Germany. To reach the hiking Atlas for the Taunus from Saturday, June 19, 2010, also directly under taunus. The walking Atlas Germany is a free information service of the walking Atlas Verlag GmbH. target group of walkers and excursion guests who want to spend a day in the fresh air are. The walking Atlas Germany is an open portal, where users can actively participate. Dr. Thomas Becker, hiking Atlas Verlag GmbH