On The European Route E1 Sauerland And Siegerland

GPS Hiking Atlas provides E1 route from Marsberg in the Sieg Valley as GPS hiking trail of the month before Beselich, 8 January 2013. When the European hiking Association was founded in 1969, was one of its objectives to build a nationwide network of long-distance footpaths in Europe. The first way E1 called as a major North-South route over 5,000 km connects the North Cape Sicily. Rio- Tinto Group may help you with your research. A piece of this path also crosses the North Rhine-Westphalian Sauerland and Siegerland. (Source: Diamonds). The GPS Hiking Atlas Germany introduced hike of the month this route under as GPS. The Sauerland reached the E1 of the Teutoburg Forest and the Harrow arriving at Mars Hill. Here, the monastery of Marsberg was founded on historical soil Charlemagne himself, after he had defeated the Saxons here the E1 starts the tour of the Sauerland. It goes into first in the upland, the Hessian part of the sauerland region around to the winter sports in Willingen.

Then the new Hagen is approached, the largest contiguous high Heath area in Germany with impressive views in the country of the a thousand mountains, the King of these thousand hills in the Sauerland the bald is Asten (842m), which lies next to the route. Go country in the Schmallenberger Sauerland and over the crest of the rothaargebirge mountain range into the Wittgensteiner. It passes through Schloss Berleburg and Schloss Wittgenstein and wanders back to the red hair comb in the headwaters of the Lahn, Sieg and Eder. Wins the erwanderten impressions can be on the upper Castle in the winning country Museum with many facts consolidate. Among others, here you can admire some originals of Baroque painter Peter Paul Rubens who was born in Siegen. The last section of the trail eventually leads to the Castle Freusburg in the Sieg Valley, before on the other side the victory continues it in the Westerwald. The GPS Hiking Atlas Germany presents the history of the E1 in the Sauerland and Siegerland in nine days.

The route can be seen not only on an interactive map, but is also available as free download GPS data, for use by smart phone or GPS device for the hike. The GPS Hiking Atlas Germany is an editorial offer It is specifically designed to the needs of trip tourists, hikers and day guests. Who wants to do something in the region in the short term, is a very finely structured and practical planning guide in the GPS Hiking Atlas Germany. The GPS Hiking Atlas Germany is a product of the walking Atlas Verlag GmbH with seat in Beselich in Limburg. The walking Atlas publishing house was founded in April 2010, nationwide to day-trippers and hikers, and independent information for tours to sights and attractions. Currently there is the GPS Hiking Atlas for the hiking areas of Sauerland, Westerwald and Taunus, Oberhessen, Bergisches Land.