Hiking around glacial formed surroundings
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November 10th, 2009 – by: Koralifix
Today's weather conditions didn't seem to be the nicest ones once more but since we had planned to hike around an autumnal forest near Chorin we should stay warm anyway.
Chorin's gorgeous neighbourhood that's dominated by wide forests and a whole lot of different glacial formations is a true paradise for everyone who's interested in savouring nature at its best!
Whether climbing a terminal moraine, discovering the local squishy squashy swamps or the hidden secrets of the so-called 'Teufelskuhle' (Devil's Hollow') which was a spooky place centuries ago or looking for the ancient stone striker spots - trekking around there is definitely a neat pastime!
Our hike was an instructive and pleasant one! Strolling through this forest that's covered with dense orange leaves and spreading a welcome smell of wood was the perfect way of spending a couple of hours away from town's life.
We had to hurry a bit since dusk was announcing the night at around 4.30pm and we were not too keen on meeting some hungry boars - okay, if we had been Asterix, Obelix and Co. we wouldn't have minded but just being 'armed' with bottles of water, geological maps and a few snacks our defense would have been a tiny bit poor indeed.
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