GPS Hiking Atlas provides Bergische Panorama Trail as a hiking trail of the month including that GPS data before the Bergisches Land is a popular destination for the cities along the Rhine. And now there’s a new offer for hikers who want to quickly get away in the nature. The mountain panorama trail. It will be opened in may 2013. The GPS Hiking Atlas introduces advance the mountainous Panorama Trail in twelve day hikes under I go wandern.de. Good 240km, uniformly marked with a yellow road sign, lead since latest hikers once around through the Bergisches Land. With the mountainous Panorama Trail, the Bergisches Land concludes to the top hiking regions in Germany and plays in the same league as the Sauerland (Rothaarsteig), the Thuringian forest (race track) and Westerwald and Taunus (Rheinsteig). The mountain panorama trail is officially opened until may 2013.
But now the GPS Hiking Atlas presents hiking trail of the month the mountainous Panorama Trail as GPS. Twelve day hikes is country and victory mountains by Oberbergisches with lots of Sights, great views and plenty of nature and fresh air included. I start the mountainous Panorama Trail in the Aggertal happens to like the Bergische open-air museum, the great Dhunntalsperre, the castle town of Huckeswagen, the Wuppertal lock, Radevormwald, the oldest mountain town Wipperfurth, the Kingdom of Buchholz, Lingese -, and Genkeltalsperre, the colorful Kerken in dear Hausen and Wiedenest, from TV commercials known Krombacher Island, Castle Homburg, the bogs at the Immerkopf and observation towers on the Ahmad Kamal in Numbrecht, on the Hohe Warte in engelskirchen and the high Hardt in Morsbach. The mountain panorama trail is one of the results of the 2008 of presented concept, with funding from the European Fund for regional development (EFRE) were requested. Tourism has invested a total of over EUR 2 million in the Bergischen land in the hiking infrastructure.