The third part of the Habsburger Weg started in Brugg. This first part through Brugg was quite boring, except for the monastery in Brugg.
The journey became more interesting once I arrived in Königsfelden.
From there I walked to Turgi. A non-descriptive city, with the exception of the railway station, built in the form of a circle.
From there on the climb started to Chörnlisberg. I was not looking forward to the climb due to my calf muscle issue, and the fact that I am still recovering from COVID, but the climb was only 220 m, and very doable.
The walk from Turgi to Baden through the forest was beautiful. I really enjoyed it!
When we arrived in Baden, we came across the Stein castle. From there we had a great view across Baden, followed by an interesting descent into the Old City of Baden.
In the old city, I met two lovely people who also had a Stabyhoun, and who admired Paddy. We had a great conversation about Stabyhouns.
I am already looking forward to the 4th stretch of the Habsburger path!
All pictures were taken with the Fujifilm X-T2 camera and the Fujinon 18-135 3.5-5-6 lens