Solar energy – as the mobile is also mobile

October 5th, 2012

Hiking through mountains and long trips across the country, more and more families are using maps on a their smartphone. However, the devices consume much energy. Expected, depending on the device, with 2-4 hours of battery capacity. Can the duration of the usability of mobile maps be increased? (more…)

Hiking in Ticino, Switzerland

July 17th, 2012

The region of Ticino, the southern tip of the Italian Switzerland is worthwhile, especially for hikers. Mountains up to an altitude of 3400 meters, while the lowest point in Switzerland, Lake Maggiore, you will find a very diverse and expressive holiday region. (more…)

Hiking with children to the Lichterhöhle, Saxon Switzerland, Saxony, Germany

June 18th, 2012

Caves and climbing routes are the driving forces of a hike with children. The thirst for adventure increases already in the planning of the equipment: flashlights, ropes, and of course home-made sandwiches. The day trip leads to Kleinhennersdorfer Stein in the Saxon Switzerland. (more…)

Hiking to Valley of Rocks, Devon, UK

May 3rd, 2012

Together with our children we walked from the village Lynbridge to the Valley of Rocks and back. We have been looking for a free-living herd of Exmoor ponies. (more…)

In the mud walking with children

March 27th, 2012

With our children we went on the last day of the year in Lower Saxony Eckwarderhörne in search of the lugworms. (more…)

Hiking with children and what to take with?

February 13th, 2012

Hiking with children is an affordable alternative to adventure parks and animated, expensive offerings. The animation of the children is entirely in the hands of the big fellow hikers and the adventures created in the minds of children. (more…)

Barefooted Path in Bad Wünnenberg/ Aatal/ NRW

November 8th, 2011

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Barefooted Path in Moers/ NRW

November 8th, 2011

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Hiking Trip to Watersmeet near Lynton, Devon, UK

October 4th, 2011

The Exmoor region in south-western England is famous because of its ponies, the Exmoor ponies. We had rented a holiday-house in Lynton and left our tent at home. But of course we put your walking shoes in our luggage, too. On the first sunny day, yet before we visited the ponies, we started a circular walk, which led us through diverse terrain 17 km long and a tourist attraction, the Watersmeet. (more…)

Hiking to Labyrinth climbing area, Saxony, Germany

September 26th, 2011

Start of the walk to the popular Labyrinth climbing area is the road at the campsite Leupoldishain. Then follow the path towards the Nikolsdorfer Wände. Passing caves and dangerous crevices you reach the natural theater Leupoldishain. This is a great place for a picnic and joint singing… (more…)