From Kocher to the Jagst: Schwaebisch Hall to Jagsthausen

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  • Author: Katrin
  • Created: July 10, 2018
  • Updated: July 18, 2018
Route type: Cycle path
Difficulty grade: Easy

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  • Distance 73.07 km
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  • Climb 180 m
  • Descent 472 m

After two months of holiday from the first half of my cycling adventure, I started a separate stint to also tick-off Hessia from my list of federal German states.

Hessia is located so centrally that I didn't find an elegant way to include it on my tour otherwise.
I also have two weeks time before an appointment at the dentist, so this seemed to be the optimal use of the waiting time :-)
On my first day, I followed my "birth" river, the Kocher, which also runs through Schwaebisch Hall, my home town. Until now, I never cycled very far along it's river bank and I must say: it is BEAUTIFUL there and I will certainly come back more often :-)
At the end of today's trip, I crossed over the ridge to access the second river of my journey, the Jagst.

Note: since my  phone gave  up saving my tracks reliably and I also didn't have internet access during most of the trip, I'm using gps tracks from tourist websites.

 

Ready for the next stint

This used to be a winery: now, it's more of an open air tree-ery :-)

The first river I follow: the Kocher

The famous Kochertal bridge

Country of hills...

...and castles

The famous castle of Jagsthausen where Goethe's Goetz von Berlichingen lived in real life

After two months of holiday from the first half of my cycling adventure, I started a separate stint to also tick-off Hessia from my list of federal German states.

Hessia is located so centrally that I didn’t find an elegant way to include it on my tour otherwise.
I also have two weeks time before an appointment at the dentist, so this seemed to be the optimal use of the waiting time 🙂
On my first day, I followed my “birth” river, the Kocher, which also runs through Schwaebisch Hall, my home town. Until now, I never cycled very far along it’s river bank and I must say: it is BEAUTIFUL there and I will certainly come back more often 🙂
At the end of today’s trip, I crossed over the ridge to access the second river of my journey, the Jagst.

Note: since my  phone gave  up saving my tracks reliably and I also didn’t have internet access during most of the trip, I’m using gps tracks from tourist websites.

 

Ready for the next stint
This used to be a winery: now, it’s more of an open air tree-ery 🙂
The first river I follow: the Kocher
The famous Kochertal bridge
Country of hills…
…and castles
The famous castle of Jagsthausen where Goethe’s Goetz von Berlichingen lived in real life

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