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Autumn hiking week

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Autumn hiking week from 17. to 25. 09. 2022 – Tour offers in the spa town Oberwiesenthal.

During this year’s Autumn Hiking Week, a hike is offered every day. The first guided hike at the beginning of September 17th leads to the idyllic forest devotion in Gottes Gab. The tour is accompanied by hiking guide Jana Kowarik and by reverent words of Father Kenny Mehnert. All proceeds from this event will be donated to a non-profit association/purpose. The other tours of the Autumn Hiking Week are very different: from moderate walks over about 10 km to more demanding tours with almost 18 km of route length. With the expert hiking guides, Jana Kowarik and Heike Lautner, the Fichtelberg-Keilberg area is explored, including many cross-border hikes. A tour, on the 24th September, is also carried out by the honorary citizen and Olympic champion Jens Weißflog, because he is not only very familiar with ski jumping, but also likes to travel on the hiking trails around the Fichtelberg. Of course, he also has one or two stories from his ski jumping career with him. Further hiking tours lead along beautiful nature trails, far away from stress and hectic, through colourful forests and to unknown peaks of the upper Ore Mountains, such as the Wirbel- or Kreuzstein. At the end of the hiking week on 25 September, hiking guide Heike Lautner takes you to the Bohemian New Cry and to Weipert, once the most important industrial site of the Ore Mountains. In addition to exploring the most beautiful spots in the spa town of Oberwiesenthal and its surroundings, participants can listen to many exciting stories and stories of the hiking guides. Further information as well as the detailed descriptions of the hiking tours are published on www. oberwiesenthal. de/veranstaltungen-oberwiesenthal. cfm, or directly in the guest information center Kurort Oberwiesenthal, in the “Wiesenthaler K3”, phone 037 348 1550-50.

Programme:
Sa, 17. 09. I 9:30 a. m. – 3:00 p. m. I Forest devotion in God’s Gift Hiking for a Good Cause – 100% proceeds go to a non-profit association / charity, trail length: 15 km, meeting point: Ski school “E” CZ-36 262 Bozi Dar 230 (next to Hotel Praha), hiking guide: Jana Kowarik, Tel. : +49 178 5 311 865, prior registration required
Su, 18. 09. I 10:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. I Wirbel-, Fuchs- and Kreuzstein Length of the trail: 18 – 19 km, meeting point: Wiesenthaler K3, hiking guide: Heike Lautner, Tel. : +49 162 4 890 561
Mo, 19. 09. I 10:00 a. m. – 4:30 p. m. I Watch out for Jachymov Distance: 14 km, meeting: “Wiesenthaler K3”, return by public transport, hiking guide: Jana Kowarik, Tel. Tel: +49 178 5 311 865
Tue, 20. 09. I 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. I Nature Pure Route length: 11 km, meeting point: “Wiesenthaler K3”, free of charge with guest card, hiking guide: Heike Lautner, Tel. : +49 162 4 890 561
Wed, 21. 09. I 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. I On the trail of winter sports Distance: 10 km, meeting point: “Wiesenthaler K3”, free of charge with guest card, hiking guide: Jana Kowarik, Tel. Tel: +49 178 5 311 865
Thu, 22. 09. I 10:00 a. m. – 4:30 p. m. I Schloss am Wiesenthaler Berg Distance: 18 km, meeting point: “Wiesenthaler K3”, hiking guide: Heike Lautner, Tel. : +49 162 4 890 561
Fr, 23. 09. I 10:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. I On wild tracks Track length: 13 km, meeting point: “Wiesenthaler K3”, hiking guide: Jana Kowarik, Tel. : +49 178 5 311 865
Sa, 24. 09. I 09:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. I Travelling with Jens Weißflog Distance: 10 – 14 km, meeting point: Jens Weißflog Hotel & Restaurant, hiking guide: Jens Weißflog, Tel. 037 348 100
Su, 25. 09. I 10:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m. I Neugeschrei and Weipert Length of route: 14 km, meeting: “Wiesenthaler K3”, return by public transport, hiking guide: Heike Lautner, Tel. : +49 162 4 890 561

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Gästeinformation Kurort Oberwiesenthal - Wiesenthaler K 3
Karlsbader Straße 3
09484 Oberwiesenthal

Contact:
Phone: +49 37348 1550-50
Fax: + 49 37348 1550-182
Email:
Website: www.oberwiesenthal.de

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