Información sobre Michael 🏞 🥾
Ganz nach dem Motto:
¹Der Weg ist das Ziel
²drei mal links, gibt einmal rechts und umgekehrt
³Schatz, nach der Kurve gibt es bestimmt keine Steigung mehr
⁴es gibt kein schlechtes Wetter
⁵immer glücklich unterwegs.
- 04:5356,4 km11,5 km/h1.460 m1.460 m
- Michael 🏞 🥾
Um nicht ganz aus dem Tritt zu kommen ging es trotz Wolken aufs Rad. Hatte ja etwas Bedenken, wegen Höhenmeter und Trails in Collenberg, war aber eine tolle Tour, die ich nochmals mit auslassen der nicht passierbaren Passagen fahren werde.
Die MTB-Strecken waren gut zu befahren und hab mir Zuviel Gedanken darüber gemacht. Sollte für jede Schwierigkeitsstufe (Außer Freaks) was dabei sein.Etwas entspannt ging es über Forstwege am Schloss Mespelbrunn bis zur erneuerten Schutzhütte Eselshöhe (Kleine, modernde Abgerissen und die neuerdings übliche Schutzhütte hingebaut). Kurz danach ging es auf einen Wald-Trail (Abschnitt von H2) der von einem kleinen Baum versperrt wurde. Aber der wurde schnell überwunden.
Bei der Herta-Elisabeth Hütte ging es weiter auf den bekannten Krausenbacher Weg, über die Scharsteinkapelle und den tollen Waldtrail (KM10,2) mit gelegentlichen Wurzeln und Steinen runter zum Unterschnorrhof (Ferschenmühle).
Hier geht es erstmals auf Teer durch’s Dorf und hoch bis zum Wald weiter. Belohnt wurde dieser Untergrund durch gutes vorankommen und ein paar sehr schöne Ausblicke.
Ruckzuck ist man über breitere Wege drüben in Wildensee. Die Verkehrsstr. davor (Km15,8) kommt recht überraschend und es ist zur Vorsicht geraten. Danach geht es am Dorf auf einem schmaleren Weg an der schön gestaltendene Freizeitanlage vorbei.
In der Vorbereitung mit etwas mulmigen Gefühl ging es bei KM 19,4 auf den MTB Trail Gräbele 1, der seinen Schrecken komplett verloren hat. Am Anfang ist es ein komplett befahrbarer Hohlweg, den seine Böschungen als gelegentliche Rampen ausgebaut wurden. Die Abfahrten der Böschung waren manchmal schon etwas steiler. Danach wurden mit Steinplatten kleine Schanzen errichtet, die man aber auch seitlich auslassen konnte.
Vor dem Übergang zum Gräbele 2 ging rechts eine kleiner Trampelpfad durchs Grüne auf den breiten Weg. Der Abstecher zur ehemaligen Arbeiterdiensthütte kann man sich aber ersparen. Danach zurück und weiter auf dem Trail. Bevor man auf den breiten Wanderweg (km21.2) kommt, ist ein Hügel aufgeschoben. Auch hier sollte man etwas vorsichtiger sein, das es keine Verletzte gibt.Bis hierhin lief alles super, und nach dem Abstecher zur Lochtelhütte (Davor war noch ein sehr kleiner Weiher mit Sitzgelegenheit) fing der Kampf an. Der Weg fing etwas weiter Richtung Hütte an, konnte man aber gut befahren. Bei km 21.9 lag dann ein Baum ohne Umgehungsmöglichkeit im Weg. Geht’s nicht drunter oder Drum rum, dann geht’s halt drüber. Mein Rad kein Problem, aber beim E-Bike war Gemeinschaftsgeist gefragt. Danach konnte man erst einmal gut Fahren, bis dann leichte Kettenspuren auf dem begrünten Stück waren und danach sich auch Sand und Erde dazugesellten. Naja, es war ein Weg, wir konnten es „Fahren“, aber oben auf dem Forstweg beschlossen wir, das es mehr ein hoch-stolpern war.
Eigentlich war bei km 23,2 der rechte, gestrichelte Weg, der links übergeht auf den Pfad (Schwarze Linie) geplant. Ein lustiger Waldarbeiter hatte aber Baumstämme davor abgeladen und ich nahm an, das der Weg stillgelegt werden sollte. Auf der anderen Seite, war der Weg aber offen. So was ich gesehen habe, ein toller Abschnitt. Leider war meine Frau nicht zu begeistern, nochmals umzudrehen 🤣. Beim nächsten Mal, versuche ich bei so einer Situation wieder mein Glück, obwohl ich auch schon eingegangen bin. Bei Km 25.1 ging es schon auf den nächsten MTB(Wander)-Trail „Borderline“ runter zur Kollenburg. Auch wieder mit Spaßfaktor und empfehlenswert.
Wollten eigentlich über der Burg hinweg fahren, dort ging es aber nur eine Treppe erstmals runter. Da mir ein junger MTB-Fahrer entgegenkam, der meinte, nicht zu empfehlen, wollten wir direkt an der Außenmauer den Weg entlang. Aber auch das war eine Sackgasse. Nagut, dann sind wir den Marienweg runtergefahren. Oben war es mit Büschen beengter Weg. An einer Stelle war der Pfad sogar zur Hälfte noch weggeschwemmt.
Danach ging es einen breiten Wiesenweg weiter.Hintere der Wassertretanlage war die große Gitarre an dem Schuppen gut versteckt. Dachte schon, es wäre ein Fake-Bild.
Am Samstag um 16 Uhr in Collenberg was zu Essen zu finden, hatte sich als schwer herausgestellt. Das vorab herausgesuchte Gaststätte hatte erst ab 17 Uhr geöffnet. Googlesuche Gaststätte hatte keinen Treffer. Also ging es Richtung Heimat.
Am Ende der Stadt am Sportgelände fuhren wir nochmals an die Halle und es war ein Schild“ Terrasse geöffnet“ zu sehen. Uns erwartete ein Kroatisches Lokal.
Frisch gestärkt und mit vollem Bauch ging es weiter.
Auf eine Safari wurden wir bei Km 34 eingeladen. Auf einmal stehen Nashörner auf der Wiese. Weiter unten hab ich noch ein paar Straußenvögel erkennen können. Ein Hinweisschild hab ich nicht erkennen können. Auf jeden Fall mal gespeichert und werde diesen Weg mal gehen.
Bei Km 35,1 ging nochmals ein schöner Waldtrail rein. Der endete aber unterhalb der zu sehenden Hütte mit einem Dornenfeld. Da wollten wir nicht durch und es ging die Steigung wieder zurück.
Wir kehrten wieder zur nähe Lochtelhütte zurück, kreuzten unsren Anfahrtsweg und nahmen den rechten Wiesenweg. Dies war aber total Falsch und da umkehren keine Option war, mussten wir die Räder einen Berg hochtragen. Dann ging es auf den Hohlweg, der unten links vom Wiesenweg war. Auch dieser ist nicht befahrbar, große Spurrillen machten das nicht möglich. Würde sagen ab 37,1 war es wieder befahrbar und dann fing die längste, steilste Steigung an.
Bei 38,5 ging es nochmals auf einen sehr anspruchsvollen (umgekehrte Richtung) Trail. Der Anstieg war durch große Felsbrocken sehr mühsam. Runter muss man auch höllisch aufpassen.
Auch das ging vorüber und es wartet bei 41,5 der nächste tolle Trail über den Hasenstabweg an.
Ab km 49,3 fing der lange Abstieg über den Braunweg zum ehemaligen Auerhahn an. Es war ein schöner leicht herausfordernder Trail, der aber außer dem ständigen Bremsen nochmals Spaß machte.
Unten angekommen, ging es gemütlich über den Bachweg nach Heimbuchenthal zurück.
Hace 3 días
- Michael 🏞 🥾
Today the 4th attempt to drive into the Hafenlohrtal and this time it even worked with an extension.
Nice tour with some trails. The feeder to the butterfly path (km 8) in Weibersbrunn is quite narrow, but easy to drive, unless you don't like grass on your legs. Then it went on a light gravel forest path.Further along the Steinbach and Hafenlohr, it is "almost" just to let the bike roll. That's why we continued a few meters there, as originally planned.At 18.1 km there was a gate with bridging aid. Since I didn't feel like carrying the bike over, we turned around and took the road.At 27.4 the gate opened (near the new building), but the other side was again to be crossed (29km) and turning around was not an option this time. The up and down trail to "Neubau" was easy to drive despite the rain . There was only one place on the plain where one had to "fight" with mud (puddle).The trail of the Wildsauweg at km 33 is also easy to ride upwards, but you definitely have more fun in the opposite direction.The trail on the Wildsauweg (34.6 km) was watered again as usual (maybe more today) and it remained as a small path, sometimes even with an incline.Great route with water cooling (occasional rain from a bucket) to Lindenfurt. Some narrow paths, but also wider paths. Despite the rain, the mud battle actually took off and the subsoil was solid except for a few places.
4 de julio de 2021
- Michael 🏞 🥾
Today drove a very nice route and the first 50s fell.Almost the entire lap is designed by the underground, with the right power and equipment, to drive a little faster. Of course, trails must be completed with the right care.
As you can see, the views are not lacking in this tour.
Coarse gravel was actually only at the beginning of the restricted area from the former training area (22km ruts actually free).The next would be after crossing the Hensbach one comes to the Gailbacher Strasse. Shortly afterwards, in the middle of the junction (28.9km), there is a small, steep path into the forest. At the bottom you have to lift the curb, this was still feasible, but not the path if the wrong gear is in (questionable whether at all). Once at the top, you continue across a field. Here you can only guess the way, but down to the next street the way is developedAnother sticking point is when you leave the village from Keilberg (Bessenbach) on the street “An der Dornenhecke” and drive along the green chain-link fence, it is advisable to switch down. Then (36.7km) it goes about 135 ° to the right and is a narrow uphill path. There is also a very small distance to the fence. At the top you can then cycle along a meadow path.In the Klingerhof (Bessenbach) we replenished the vitamin level. Then it went over the H2 to the end of Keilberg. Here I would like to see the parish church of St. Georg in front of Hauptstrasse. mention on the left. Anyone who can warm up to it: is worth a visit.From 38.8 came the rises of ruin, which again bothered me. But somehow they passed by and the rest of the way (from 44km) was more comfortable despite the occasional incline.Great tour, breaking through the 𝟝𝟘𝕖𝕣 kilometer value. My wife is also enthusiastic, especially the downhill trail from the 3 crosses down towards Schweinheim
27 de junio de 2021
- 04:3328,1 km6,2 km/h680 m560 m
- Michael 🏞 🥾
I actually wanted to walk south, but the north is pretty beautiful too.
This is where my last tour on the Marienweg in Großkahl ended in front of the sawmill. Since I was only brought to Blankenbach and I have already walked this section, a new route had to be found. Water is always beautiful, so we went along the Kahl. Again and again you could hear the Kahl on the wonderful meadow path. There were big boulders in there. Halfway to Langenborn, I came to Marienweg for the first time. There I left it again and it went over a beautiful forest path up to the first goal - Reuschberg with weir system. Unfortunately there were no excavations / stones to be seen here, but a great vespers bench.
7.2 km my way actually went around the outside, but as I was in my rut, the lake pulled me so hard that I was ready to return to this junction. It has paid off for me. There was also a bench by the lake. Below I looked again at the blocked area, but couldn't see it in real life and walked up the path here.
At the Kleinlaudenbach sports field (Km 8.8) there is a small gate with a cash desk at the beginning. Since the door wasn't locked, I went through and between the field and the clubhouse. Could of course be in a game that you have to pay for here. At the other end, the path could only be guessed at for the first time, so I would probably (maybe) take a different route. The next left path is not there, so I went upstairs and was frightened by a pack of “wild boars”, which turned out to be artificial. Definitely belong to the archery club.
The subsequent grass path (km9) was already overgrown and it was quite damp and a lot of seeds stuck to the legs.
At km 10.5 I continued my tours on the Franconian Marienweg, and how could it be otherwise: tar.
After the grotto, the GPS / marker went their separate ways again. Previously on the edge of the forest on gravel, now on a tarred bike path between the fields in the blazing sun. But you can admire the sign with the explanation “Glashütte und Glaswerk Kahl”. The lakes then (easily) tore it out. Marienquelle at the Kahlquelle was just cleaned, so the picture was left out.
One of the most beautiful trails started at 17.1 and ended at 18.3, where it connects to the Eselsweg at the height. But to be enjoyed by bike in the opposite direction. But be careful, a few washed-in, hidden stones, roots and branches are on the forest / meadow path. In the lower quarter, a rugby helmet with a visor would not be bad because of deep forest. Across the street and you can already admire the next view.
In meadows the church was locked and after leaving the community the next trail (bike again in another direction) soon sends its regards (km21.6 - 22.4).
The Vesperstube Hundehütte in Mosborn was well attended, so I went by and the next major highlight was the fishing lakes Pfingstweiher. I should have taken a closer look at the pond with reeds (penultimate), nice little waterfall inlet. What I haven't regretted is walking around the largest lake. Water lilies are blooming on the bridge. How nice.The end for today was in Kempfenbrunn (Flörsbachtal). Unfortunately there is nothing here with groceries. The inn and bakery are apparently closed forever. Google didn't show me anything.
On a bench on a street island, where the Marienweg is again from the Verkehrsstr. said goodbye, I made myself comfortable and waited 30 minutes for my ride.Nice tour with great trails and sections. From Aschaffenburg the most beautiful is Michelbach. Again, more tar, as I know it from Marienweg, but a nice mix with forest and meadow paths with enough benches in some sections.
26 de junio de 2021
- Michael 🏞 🥾
Small round without planning with some errors and blocked paths such as 16.8 km through a blocked gate without climbing over. The path was also partially under water and branches could be run over.
Stony, muddy, woody roads were there, but actually made good progress.
Between Geishöhe and Aubachtal you could do the free swimmer in some places, but mostly you could pass by or in between with a small risk of getting wet.The first part was still gravel in Aubachtal, but then went to a beautiful trail along the Aubach.
Another small increase over towards Eschau and it then went on the bike path up to 30.4 to 32.1. The last 50 meters followed a meadow lane where the lanes were again under water.
At Heimbuchenthal we approached the forest lake at the pier.
Still, it was fun and there were a few new ways to do it.
6 de junio de 2021
- Michael 🏞 🥾
Today small round in the known area and still found some nice "new" trails.
Ascent An der Leite (tar) and then the Way of the Cross to the Lady of the Mountains was challenging at the beginning.
Then it goes over a fast forest path.
Then we took the gravel path with us, which we come back at 4.8 km on the beautiful forest path directly to the Hohe Warte. Today there were a few on this section, but very attentive and everyone immediately made room. In other places we were a bit slower and so the togetherness is really fun.
After climbing the Hohe Wart and turning towards Lange Grund (Räuberweg), I took the trail on the left for the first time today. It was again something with a fun factor.
Then it went over the tar road to the other side of Hessenthal. At the top it went over stone and easy gravel paths to the next meadow path (11.7km).
This 1 km long trail took us to the next climb. Now it went on to 16.1 on gravel roads to then take the forest path to the flying cross.
The rest was actually on forest roads (easy gravel roads, easy to drive) except for the side trip to the Zeugplatte (20.1km).It was a lot of fun because it should only be 20 km.
3 de junio de 2021
- 04:3121,2 km4,7 km/h740 m720 m
- Michael 🏞 🥾
First of all, many thanks to Michael G., who gave me the inspiration for this tour in March 21st. Slightly extended and my wife said it was one of the nicest tours she's done. The 1.5 hour journey was definitely worth it.
The Odenwald with its many rocks and small paths is also deeply anchored in my heart. A great tour, with many forest paths and an impression of the Black Forest came up.Wonderful forest trails from 5.83 to almost continuously the 9th km;
10.7 a beautiful downhill trail up to 13 km (Katzenbacher path, suitable for bicycles until shortly before & after the motor vehicle road / must be taken with you)
15.4 to 18.1 along the Holderbach (apparently the Vogel-Lehr -pfad) as we later discovered closed, due to the risk of falling ash trees, please write to the tourist office to tell when this path is fully accessible again directly on the Holderbach. You have to have seen / hiked it. But is only for walking)
19.7 to 20.3 steep sepentine-like descent to the cityWe have got a parking space on the Neckar, on Sunday there is free parking. Then it went past the powder tower, town hall, train station. Over the bridge through a residential area and first of all up a long staircase on the Burgweg. As soon as the city was behind you, we continued in a serpentine manner over a great forest trail. Everywhere the typical stones from the Odenw .. At the Oswald-Fuchs-Hütte we were greeted by the (first) castle ruin Eberbach, which is on both sides of the refuge. Definitely worth seeing.
Most of the way to Emichsburg via slightly gravel paths. This is not really worth seeing, but the broadly indicated way back is more or less a flower-meadow path that is just a path. From 5.8 there is a beautiful forest trail up to the Katzenbuckel via the Freya hut, with the highest spring in the Odenwald. You also have to take the observation tower with you. Of course I had to include the Katzenbuckelsee on my tour. But be careful, after the view from the top of the lake, just before you get on the straight line from the parking lot, there is a piece of barbed wire on the ground. Then it went over to the ski jump. If you come back to the point where you turned to the lake, the path is tarred until you leave the next village.
From the Curt-Brand-Hütte, the Katzenbacher path, is a great forest trail. Occasional stones / roots make the path interesting, always sloping, some paths directly crossing into the Holderbachgrund. I was surprised that no MTBers were on the road, maybe it was at the end before the Kfz-Str. crossed the path becomes narrow and a branch stuck into the path.
Then it went the long split path out near the Holderbach.
On the way from Komoot there was only a small footpath, steeply down to the stream. One could walk over stone slabs over the apparently dried up stream. On the other side a small path went up comfortably.
Then a short time later we went back to the stream, there were only stones to cross. A very, very beautiful path that meandered over and over again over the stream. Later at the first bridge a loud splashing from the brook could be heard.
Before arriving at the game reserve, the path in our direction was cordoned off.
Following the course of the stream, there were already signs that the path to the deer enclosure is closed due to forestry work. So it will soon be impossible to hike.
At the barrage it was also closed again, but 200 meters further ahead the exit to the path was free again. This bird trail is an excellent little trail that should really only be hiked.
Since my path was supposed to go over the Löwenfelsen, we fought our way up the Ludwigspfad again.
Shortly after the Ludwig-Neuer-Hütte there was another great trail down to Ebersbach. The Von-Göler-Weg was also beautifully steep again.
Down in the old town we strengthened ourselves well before we started our journey home.
30 de mayo de 2021
- Michael 🏞 🥾
Sometimes there are coincidences that shouldn't exist. Small question from me: How does it look with the rabbit stick all of a sudden? Have holidays! And the thing was scratched 6 days later.The Hasenstabweg is a varied hiking trail. We saw few “fellow hikers” today.
Lots of forest trails, but also a lot of easily split paths. Only a small stretch was uncomfortable because a lot of gravel was piled up there.
A great forest trail was tripled by a forest vehicle. The next way you saw the exploitation of the desolation.
On Komoot you could see some crossings from Hasenstabweg these days, so you can get a good picture of it.
At 37.7 we took the 3 km extension over the onion mill. When we returned we noticed that it went back to the starting point of the expansion, so we left it at 40.3 to come back to it at 40.7.
Forest trails: Immediately after leaving the clinic in Weibersbrunn;
11.9-12.9 (Gasth. Hochspessart);
19-19.9, merging into a root path to 20.3;
21-21.6 (incl. Root path),
22.3 (Josefsteig to the top) -23.6 This root trail is looking for its equal. Wheel up I would say impossible, down for the daring.
46.2-46.7 Unfortunately widened by forest vehicles.
49.3-51 Above Schneckenhöhe with some sandstones embedded in the path, transitioning through the forest trail to 52.6
53.6-56.1 with refreshment option 54.5 (Waldesruh Dammbach)
Past Hotel Heppe past the gas tank (very narrow), Hasenstab walks along in front of the hotel, forest path is untidy 56.3-57
62.1 -63.6 Leaving the Hasenstabweg to get to the forest trail (63.3 back on it)
65-65.5 steep uphill trailThe long climb at 63.6 to Dammbach was tough, especially with too few drinks. I've learned a lot.
That's why I was picked up at the Echterspfahl car park, GhostRider walked with brisk steps to Weibersbrunn (about 3km).
28 de mayo de 2021
- Michael 🏞 🥾
Today a lap starting in Großwallstadt. The parking lot at the swimming pool had enough free spaces (95%).
This stretch had a relatively large amount of tar, but also many grass paths (between the fields and almost the entire way back from the Marienkapelle to the path in front of the Staatstrasse. On the Kreuzweg (km12.4) the path up to the right was no longer maintained. The grass was no longer maintained Knees up to thighs and there were also pleasant dirt roads.The highlights were: the bathing lake at the Seehotel, the entire edge on this side was fenced off as a corpse area, it costs 2500 euros to enter.
Opposite the current diving area Silbersee. What are the two lakes great.
And the Lady Chapel
Then the view on the chapel side between Silbersee and the edge of the forest. What a distant view in both directions (Hanau / Odenwald). You have to see that.Shortly before Obernburg it was only possible to cross the street, there was a sidewalk on the bridge from the Long Towel, but unfortunately not afterwards. Wasn't the best idea, but couldn't be done straight away. 13.6 km at the bend there was a path in the direction of Langes Handtuch, but I cannot say whether this leads where or goes under the expressway.
After a short dirt road, we went back to the tarred bike path.
The small private area with the lake on the Main is also very beautiful, but a sign warns: entry is prohibited
23 de mayo de 2021
- 03:0946,4 km14,7 km/h1.120 m1.100 m
- Michael 🏞 🥾
I borrowed the tour from Ebiker (🙏), adapted it and "prepared" myself for a leisurely family tour (alone for testing) with climbs and then came this awesome (sorry) tour. Climbs were sent on paved or tarred paths (except for once by him) and many great trails - downhill or flat - were integrated. I know most of the paths, but the sequence was brilliant.The following were redesigned:
Relocated starting point
Leaving out the Hohe Warte to the entrance to the Hessenthal football field
At the beginning of Gänsweg omitted, instead a path to Birkenberg to look for the remains of the observation tower without success.
Echterspfahl not to the right towards the castle, but to the left to drive over the H1.Starting point for the hikers' home parking lot. The tarred bike path leads into the long ground, where I actually wanted to take the next right (1.9km), then left to the (photo) Holzstapel Hessenthal to avoid the long ascent.
When turning (Langen G.) I remembered the birch grove + that I had already driven the other route and drove the route as planned.
I skipped the Hohe Warte + forest path between this and Soden and turned into the plain towards Hessenthal. So I only have a small piece of tar before I cycled up to the pile of wood over the ground. I hadn't seen the Marien's cane there either. The back was apparently decorated with flowers by someone unknown, as a thank you note was put on.
Shortly after the refuge it went over a meadow path, then stones on the ground quite “steeply” down. !!! Next links, therefore a little slow.
After the Limousinhof (adventure, organic farm) via the B8 on the ascent (sheep meadow), my driving skills were at the end and had to push a little bit to the hut (heels go down easier). On the feeder to the next path, many a step had to be done again because of mud. The slightly rising path (ruts muddy, middle embedded sandstones) in the direction of the Almosenpfad was better to drive in this direction due to the reduced speed than the opposite.
Then it went straight into a beautiful meadow trail, which also got better from the fun factor. The pile of wood at 9.5km blocked my view of the way, which was a good thing because a tree was in the way immediately after the slope. But it was a brilliant way / path (B1 Bessenbach) that again offered two beautiful downhills on forest floor. Then it went comfortably to the Waldmichelbacher Hof.At 15.9km I leave the creator's tour again to look for the remains of the observation tower in the area of the Birkenberg. Unfortunately only seen a few (Hinkel) stones (plates) that could possibly be witnesses, but nothing concrete. So back over a forest path and continued on the path.If you haven't crossed the Gänsweg yet, stay tuned!The Braun Weg didn't disappoint me as a trail and it went over the last part of the excellent Gänsweg. A little more difficult to drive through the bridge and just before the forest (again loose ground). Then it went "unspectacular" to / through Waldaschaff until the next meadow path came. The ascent to the refuge "Am Brandberg" was too much for me in the end (easy to drive), but happily took a break at the top. After that it was a little uphill to the bench, but you got into your feet well. Easily split paths then go almost to Echterspfahl. Then the original route (wide gravel / partly forest path) went right to the castle. Then there are some inns / hotels (3 in total) and an ice cream parlor.
I kept to the left to give the hammer tour a good end over the H1. Beautiful, smaller forest path, partly criss-crossed with roots, running through high and low forest.
After you are on the wider path, I am next on the right, which is a bit narrower than the H1 (but which also has its charms), partly interspersed with roots and is unspeakably beautiful when driving through the elongated clearing when the thimble is in bloom. If you drive straight ahead, you come out behind the crypt chapel.
Here you could also go to the castle and restaurant again
Since I didn't want to go down the serpentine to the start / finish point, there was another tree over the path on the forest path. With my bike it wasn't a problem to carry it through.
22 de mayo de 2021