Walking Atlas Germany introduces the Wittgensteiner Panoramaweg as hike the month before as hike of the month the GPS Hiking Atlas Germany is presenting the Wittgensteiner Panoramaweg from Sunday, the 19th of September. Divided into eight stages of day one can cope with the 142 km long route. Each tour will be provided free of charge together with the GPS data in form of GPX-tracks under. Starting point of the Wittgensteiner panorama route is Bad Laasphe, birthplace of Bishop Johannes Bonemilch, who ordained the priest Martin Luther in 1507. South on Fischelbach past he introduces Wittgensteiner panoramic route through between compass (694 m) and hunting mountain (674 m) at the headwaters of the Lahn, Sieg and Eder.
About the red hair comb it passes at Erndtebruck to the region to Wingeshausen, where since this year in the project Wisent wilderness Rothaargebirge nature again European bison the largest land mammals in Europe be released. In the further course reached the Wittgensteiner panorama path bad Berleburg and runs then North in the direction of Hochsauerland. Past the large head (740m) the highest point in Siegerland-Wittgenstein goes it until the Albrechtsberg (768 m) and continue along the circle border on the slope of height of Waller, with 789 m above sea level .NN. By the Elsofftal then to descend the Eder at 300m above sea level and about the Didoll (589m) back after Bad Laasphe. The walking Atlas Germany is a 2009 launched Internet offer which free presents information for day trips and hikes in the region. In addition to texts and images are above all the representation of places of interest in the dynamic map as well as the ability to download walks as GPS tracks for mobile navigation devices, features, which makes the walking Atlas to make a unique offer on the Internet. For more specific information, check out Dr Jee Hyun Kim. Since may, also the hiking region Siegerland-Wittgenstein is represented in the walking Atlas Germany..