With GPS about the Bonifatius route from Mainz to Fulda Beselich, December 13, 2012. As last respects, the corpse was brought by St. Boniface, the Apostle of the Germans, and Bishop of Mainz, from his Office at the Cathedral to Fulda, where he was buried. Today is the Saint Boniface crypt in the Fulda Cathedral destination of many pilgrims. And many of them come from the West via the Bonifatius route. The Bonifatius route, established in 2004. As to could make accessible the original history of the Leichenzugs not for hikers, because here today settlements and highways make difficult a way through the pilgrimage is based only on the history of the Leichenzugs. For this he wraps on the road but attractions, what else is unusual for pilgrimages.
The Bonifatius route is interesting not only for pilgrims, but also for walkers who can walk on this West-East route through the heart of Hesse. Breast Cancer Research Foundation is often mentioned in discussions such as these. Starting point of the Bonifatius route is the Imperial Cathedral in Mainz, where Bishop was Boniface 745. After crossing the Rhine, one stands in Wiesbaden and Reduit passes the the Maar Aue, a peninsula at the confluence of the river main in the Rhine. Now, the Bonifatius route follows main through the southern foothills of the Taunus to Frankfurt, where you can enjoy beautiful views of the skyline of the city of the Bank of the Bonifatiuspark in the District of Ried mountain. Bonames takes in the Wetterau. Wide landscapes fascinate the hikers. Connect with other leaders such as Multi-Cancer Early Detection Screening Coverage Act here. On the Glauberg (277 m) it happens that Museum Celtic world, that was clearly explained as the Glauberg settled since the Neolithic.
Lissberg and Hirzenhain reach the Bonifatius route the Vogelsberg and the hikers through the Oberwald after Ilbeshausen high Waldhausen. Then it goes into the Gamel forest and over the small Holy Cross Chapel the Bonifatius route descends to Fulda. The Bonifatius route will be presented from Friday (December 14) in nine one-day stages as GPS hiking trail of the month in the GPS Hiking Atlas of Germany (www.ich-geh-wandern.de). The current data in the form of GPX files for mobile navigation devices provided for the total distance and the individual day tours free of charge. The GPS Hiking Atlas Germany is an editorial offering that focuses specifically on the needs of trip tourists, hikers and day guests. Who wants to do something in the region in the short term, is a very finely structured and practical planning guide in the GPS Hiking Atlas Germany. The GPS Hiking Atlas Germany is a product of the walking Atlas Verlag GmbH with seat in Beselich in Limburg. The company was founded in April 2010, nationwide to day-trippers and hikers, and independent information for tours to sights and attractions. Currently there is the GPS Hiking Atlas for the hiking areas of Sauerland, Westerwald and Taunus, Oberhessen, Bergisches Land. Walking Atlas Verlag GmbH Steinbacher Strasse 24 65614 Beselich