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Hohnbachtal

Hohnbachtal

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  • SunnyKay☀️🚴‍♀️🐾

    Beautiful, even if not the daffodils, but the Galmeiveilchen blooms!

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    • 8 février 2017

  • Heinz

    A very nice path along the Hohnbach.

    Traduit avecTexte d'origine
    • 18 mars 2019

  • Emma

    At the moment the daffodils bloom and the wild garlic grows, it is indescribably beautiful

    Traduit avecTexte d'origine
    • 20 mars 2019

  • Monique

    Super beautiful and versatile ways. At the weekend but a lot of crowds.

    Traduit avecTexte d'origine
    • 24 mars 2019

  • Katharina

    Very nice to go. Diversified empire ....

    Traduit avecTexte d'origine
    • 3 avril 2019

  • Chris

    Great scenery, but it is also in not so great weather a lot going on

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    • 7 avril 2019

  • Chris

    Fantastic, you have to see 👍🏻

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    • 7 avril 2019

  • Chris

    Very nice paths, you have to have seen

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    • 7 avril 2019

  • Sascha

    Nice round with some marshes along the stream. At daffodils it blooms everywhere.

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    • 30 avril 2017

  • Peter_H_65 🐻

    A forested ridge with the "Staatswald Hohnbachtal" borders on the Lontzenerbach and the Hohnbach, which is littered with wild daffodils in spring. The wild daffodil or yellow daffodil (Narcissus pseudonarcissus) is endangered in its stocks and strictly protected. According to its heyday, it is also called daffodil.

    Also not to be overlooked are the many beautiful calamine violets in the Hohnbach valley!

    The unique calamine flora is particularly evident in the months of May to August. Galmeiflora or calamine vegetation is the botanical name of two plant communities of metallophytes on soil containing heavy metals. The unique calamine flora is particularly evident in the months of May to August, when the calamine particles bloom in the calamine corridors.
    Galmeiflora or calamine vegetation is the botanical name of two plant communities of metallophytes on soil containing heavy metals, their respective species and namesake in Latin (violetum) form the two endemic calamine violets. Specific occurrences are called calamine lawn or calamine meadow. The galmeiflora is one of the galmei plants and forms a pedobiome on a heavy metal lawn.
    In the border triangle near Aachen, it owes its Latin name violetum calaminariae and its uniqueness to its type, the yellow calamine violet (Viola calaminaria), which is only widespread here. As the first botanist, she has Prof. Dr. Mathias Schwickerath (1892-1974) under the name "zinc plant society". In addition, the plant community, which forms the violet palm tree pansy with Haller's foam cress (Arabidopsis halleri) (Violetum guestphalicae), is regarded as a separate subform of the palm tree flora. However, the absence of the calamine cabbage and the presence of Haller's cress, which is missing in the border triangle of Aachen, moves her to another heavy metal corridor, the carnation corridor.

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    • 18 avril 2019

  • FJD

    In the spring a particularly beautiful hike!

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    • 2 mai 2019

  • Luc

    La traversée du Luxembourg est absolument magique. Larges passages très belles forêts

    • 30 juin 2019

  • SunnyKay☀️🚴‍♀️🐾

    The yellow Galmei violet can be found against its binding to heavy metal-containing soils in the tri-border region of Aachen in only a few places!

    Traduit avecTexte d'origine
    • 8 février 2017

  • Sascha

    In the rain, the small climb through the funnel is associated with wet feet. An alternative is the way across the meadow.

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    • 20 mars 2017

  • Sascha

    Here you can ascend a small stream. Very nice and exciting, also for children.
    Depending on the weather, the feet get wet - sturdy shoes are recommended.

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    • 24 mars 2017

  • Dany

    Walk on a beautiful stream

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    • 26 mars 2017

  • Mike 🇪🇺

    The daffodil meadows are an absolute must every spring. You can choose between several areas and there are also guided hikes.
    Just look online for the dates.

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    • 8 novembre 2017

  • gb

    The yellow calamine violet (Viola calaminaria), yellow calamine pansy or short calamine violet is an extremely rare species from the genus of violets (viola) in the violet family (Violaceae), which can only be found on soils containing heavy metals in the area of Aachen occurs. In its scientific name, viola means "violet" and calaminaria "belonging to calamine". It is a close relative of the yellow pansy of the Vosges and the Sudetes pansy and part of an alpine ice age relic flora. However, it is not directly related to the violet calamine pansy (Viola guestphalica).

    Because of its binding to soils containing heavy metals, the yellow calamine is endemic to the border triangle around Aachen, its distribution is restricted to this area.

    Palm tree violets are protected. They may not be picked or dug up. Numerous alpine meadows in the Aachen area are nature reserves.

    Source: Wikipedia "Yellow calamine violet"

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    • 20 novembre 2017

  • Thomas Heller

    Nice round if you want to enjoy the narcissus splendor. And not as far from Aachen as to the well-known places in the Eifel.

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    • 24 mars 2018

  • Geerd-Olaf Freyer

    Sea of ​​daffodils in April

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    • 4 avril 2018

  • Monique

    Super nice ways. At the moment many daffodils are blooming 🌼 and the wild garlic grows like crazy.

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    • 24 mars 2019

  • Monique

    At the moment many daffodils bloom here 🌼

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    • 24 mars 2019

  • Monique

    Super beautiful place 🌼 the daffodils bloom here in great numbers at the right time.

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    • 26 mars 2019

  • Monique

    Daffodils as far as the eye can see 😃🌼

    Traduit avecTexte d'origine
    • 26 mars 2019


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  • Descente10 m

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