It was amazing 50km hiking! We did 4 hikes in one big hike, and each one was fascinating in its own way. We met the first rays of the sun on Landgrafen, and had breakfast at dawn at Napoleonstein, crawled through the branchy trees in the woods at Bismarckturm. We felt like children again, riding down a children's slide in Ammerbach. We enjoyed a great view while dining at Mönchsberg. People came and went, and our march continued on.
The hike started to get even more exciting when we walked up the steep slope after Lobdeburg. Paulina and Ashish courageously overcoming their fear of heights went forward, feeling the support of their comrades who were always there. The view from Johannisberg was breathtaking, the steep cliffs were especially unforgettable. After passing 30 km, we stopped at Fürstenbrunen, water procedures at the source were a great pleasure after many kilometers, and we were especially pleased with the pure delicious drinking water. The weather decided to test us for strength, thickening over us lead clouds with rain. But we were ready for anything. Not a step back, only forward! After passing the sheer cliffs of Kerberge, we went to Fuchsturm via Zigenhainer Tal. Unfortunately, not everyone was able to reach Fuchturm, the rain and many kilometers of the way behind them let know. But on Jena Ost, new people joined us, which gave us strength and courage at the last part. And even the weather began to please us, the rain ended and, ascending to Jenzig, the sun peeking out through the clouds began to smile at us. But the strong wind blew us off our feet. A romantic dinner in Jenzig and a couple of final photos of those who still stood courageously on their feet after almost 40 km.
It was getting dark abruptly and we, gazing at the evening city, went into the dark forest. The peace and quiet that spread through the forest was something special. A night walk into the unknown is an unforgettable sensation. Especially when I decided to go forward without light. We were happy when at almost 23:00 we finally came out to Kunitzburg. Nighttime romance and peace of Kunitzburg were the best reward after the long kilometers. For all of us, this was an unforgettable moment that will remain in our hearts. 50 km is really a challenge, and my feet have already reached the limit. My congratulations to those who went all the way, on that day you had everything: your strength, perseverance and an excellent route. Separate congratulations, to those who went through 3 parts, you accomplished your little feat, it was also not easy and required your full commitment, you are really great! Many Thanks to everyone who took part in this insanely beautiful trip, it was a pleasure to spend this day full of impressions with you! It is not so important to walk all 50 km, how much to be able to enjoy the moment during the hike! We will definitely repeat it again!
In the second part, the youngest participant in our hikings went all the way with us, he was only 8 years old, but he already had a lot of strength. We have a suitable generation!