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  1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️ hizo una caminata.

    Hace 7 días

    21,8 km
    5,1 km/h
    450 m
    450 m
    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      The “I think I'm in Norway” tour🏞: You can also have a little imagination (have never been to Norway). Somehow through water, trees and peace of mind it seemed like in another country today (at least in some places).
      The bird island was particularly beautiful. We could observe them from the opposite bank (or from the lofty height of the beautiful vantage point). Great background noise, the ducks fled with flapping wings on the water. The white cranes circled over our heads to quickly start the return flight to the small island. The water could be heard lapping against the "shore cliffs" through the gentle waves. All in all, simply wonderful when it comes to the natural or soundscape and not always the typical hiking highlights with the character of an attraction😉.
      "There were a few steep ascents and descents, it shouldn't be too easy either". The dam is always nice next to you ... you don't need more than that, except maybe a little bit of imagination.

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    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      The Day of Repentance and Prayer Tour:
      "The gruesome, foggy weather matched the history of Colditz Castle today":
      The castle was a prisoner of war camp for officers from England, France, Poland and the Netherlands during World War II. The castle was known and legendary for spectacular breakouts or escape attempts. Every child in England knows the city of Colditz and especially the castle. There are numerous films or series in England about the outbreaks. Highly recommended is the museum, which shows the outbreaks and everyday prison life.
      🧐Our "bizarre" discoveries today were a homemade titball tree, lonely and withered sunflowers, a bird's nest on a power pole and an overturned stand."The many small wooden huts along the" ZeitZeugen "home route invite you to linger a while or perhaps even to take a short nap.🦌Picture no. 47 is unfortunately difficult to see a young deer.

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      • 17 de noviembre de 2021

    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      Back to the Past Tour 🗣🔉 🫂:
      Finally we have continued the 3rd stage of our only longer hiking project (1500 KM along the former inner-German border from the south to the north of Germany).
      We had a guilty conscience about having pushed "The Green Belt" aside for the time being.
      This stage took us from Heinersgrün to Mödlareuth. Because there is no parking space in Heinersgrün, we walked the tour from Mödlareuth to Heinersgrün. It went over the Kolonnenweg to the "Drei-Freistaaten-Stein" - KB - KS - FR (Kingdom of Bavaria - Kingdom of Saxony - Principality of Reuss = Thuringia).🚞 We went on through the Gutenfürst train station. For many people, this station was the last stop on their way to freedom.
      The station is pretty much run down and only serves as a stop for local train lines.
      There is still the floodlight system that was used by the border guards to illuminate the entire station in GDR times.
      🌾🌳🌾Wonderful nature reserves ("Sachsenwiese" and "Pfarrwiese") offer many herbs and plants such as arnica, bog clover or rare animal species (e.g. whinchat, marsh grasshopper and purple gold age), calm from hectic civilization. Here we took a short rest, listened to the birds and the wind. We could see many trees with delicious apple varieties.The numerous wind turbines were characteristic of this section of the Kolonnenweg. Not exactly a nice contrast to nature, but the huge difference in size to the trees standing next to it is remarkable.🏚And we got back to 2 deserted areas "Stöckigt" and "Markusgrün" - former settlements that had to give way to the border.And now to our destination or starting point Mödlareuth - also called "Little Berlin" became world famous during the Cold War because the place was separated into two parts (east and west) by a wall.
      The border museum in Mödlareuth is well known and highly recommended. Here you can visit the original wall, watchtowers, earth bunkers and get a lot of information about the border and everyday life at the border.

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      • 15 de noviembre de 2021

    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      Small colorful discovery tour⚱:
      Unfortunately, you can't turn the weather wheel like you can with the wheel of fortune and so we didn't catch the golden autumn today.
      Cattle, horses, sheep and birds saw us walking by and not all of them wanted to pose for the photo. The fur knuffles hid themselves or simply turned away from the lens☺. Well, with the weather you can get a bit stubborn. At the Bockwitzer See the birds heard us from afar and so it was at least enough for a few flight pictures.🌳The Leipzig landscape has a very special flair with its flat vegetation, numerous deciduous trees and lakes. It is recommended for those who like long paths without climbs and of course this area is also very popular with cyclists.We could see a capercaillie fly by👀. He announced himself beforehand with his typical "click noises".🏘A short stay in the still sleepy Borna showed the beautiful city gate and a "unlucky person" who was curiously looking out over the city on the top of the tower decorated in gold.
      See you soon :)

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      • 7 de noviembre de 2021

    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      The "I'll order a" colorful ice cream "tour or" Frosty autumn hike "❄🍂:
      A friendly female voice in the navigation system announced the exit to "Lederhose" on the way there😉 (you immediately think of Bavaria). We don't know whether the place is worth seeing. Maybe one day we will end up there.
      In the Thuringian corner, we particularly liked the well-signposted hiking trails and the beautiful, clean rest areas.HIGHLIGHT was the "Frießnitzer See" nature reserve. Here you could learn something about the numerous water birds, fish, water buffalo and bats ’using the many display boards.A high stand invited to watch the birds. Up there were 3 ornithologists who were equipped with binoculars and magnificent cameras😯. Unfortunately, our camera zoom couldn't keep up with binoculars and so we couldn't see the inhabitants of the lake very well👁. It is worth having binoculars with you, as there are a few beautiful feathered "rarities" on display.There were also some 🍏 trees in the nature reserve and we were even able to feed on organic windfalls 😋. So lucky, because we only had trail mix with us today.In addition, there were many dog lovers out and about, who learned good behavior in the group with their cuddly four-legged friends.
      See you soon, D&D

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      • 24 de octubre de 2021

    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      The "The early bird catches the worm" tour:
      Beautiful frosty landscape and crystal clear air made the tour a deep breath.
      🐑🌿🐂The animals bristled with the cool temperature and the wet meadows.
      Had to shorten the tour a bit (about 21 km were planned), so it went through forest with too much scrub, again full of Indian balsam and mud. Unfortunately, the former hiking trail has slowly been forgotten. But if you are looking for a dirty adventure, you can follow the tour like this ... otherwise not necessarily recommended and more likely to modify something.🏰Short view of Wildenfels Castle from afar (no photo) and the beautiful Stein Castle, which is located a bit in the valley, gave us a few small highlights on today's route.A short visit to Wildenfels showed us a beautiful village idyll that we liked very much.

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      • 10 de octubre de 2021

    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      The Animal Encounters Tour:
      Unfortunately, the first encounter began very sadly, because on the way there the car in front could no longer slow down the deer crossing. The woman drove very slowly, but the reaction was not enough and the last deer had no chance😔.
      Well, today we already felt the air to be very autumnal and the lovely nature is slowly conjuring up its colorful play of colors in the forests and landscape.We welcomed puffing cows, cattle, horses, mules, 2 village cats, great spotted woodpeckers, ducks and even a toad in mini format🥰.
      🐸She looked almost curiously into the lens.
      🦊Shortly before the rest area (very littered, wastebasket next to it🤷🏼‍♀️) with a view of Rodewisch and Plattenbau flair.
      the fox raced across the field back into the forest. His bushy fuse swung several times in the air.
      A small dam with seating and a view of the residents of the dams "forced" us to take another break to eat.
      Here the 🦆s ran very close to the lens and begged for food.
      🍺Picture 58 shows the Wernesgrüner beer brewery (getting in the mood for the home🍻).KIND REGARDS:)

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      • 2 de octubre de 2021

    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      Farewell round with sadness:
      Today was again something of everything.
      Beautiful gravel ascent and descent with mountain pines, mountain trails and forest with raspberry and blueberry bushes as far as the eye can see.
      Animals of the nature reserve "Gerzkopf" were e.g. the capercaillie🦃 and the black tarantula🕷, but unfortunately we did not see them. At least we could hear the "clack" sound of the wood grouse.
      Today we crossed a nature reserve towards the summit cross of the ➕GERZKOPF. Here some climbers rang the huge bell full of motivation and winced 🤯how loud it sounds. Even if you are not prepared and just stand by, you will be awake straight away, that is enough for the whole day.
      Here we lingered briefly with 🍏 and had a great all-round view, among other things, of the Dachstein with the small and large Bischofsmütze. We left a few traces in the summit 📔u again. got our 1st stamp ever.
      🍷At the golden end there was a delicious and lovingly prepared refreshment, the "Alpenhof Beefburger" in the ALPENHOF near Annemarieke and Peter in St. Martin am Tennengebirge
      🤷🏼‍♀️ Conclusion on the hiking trails and shoes: We were not spared several slips and pops-bludgers on this holiday ... but all just small wounds and dirty backpacks that at least cushioned the fall 😆. The first days were too wet, rooted paths and slippery stones could not lift our hiking shoes. Trail runner shoes would have done us better on steeper forest paths down on scree. So we scooted down the mountain in slow motion with our "walking aids" while the locals, in the truest sense of the word, overtook us running🙈.
      Pfiat di🇦🇹

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      • 19 de septiembre de 2021

    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      The 3 summit tour:
      ➕OSTERMAISSPITZ 1,682 M.
      ➕KORE HEIGHT 1,811 M
      ➕FROMMERKOGEL 1,883 M.
      Because the weather played along today and the landscape was beautiful, we forgot to charge the power bank🙄 and unfortunately it only recorded half of the lap (about 18 kilometers).
      We had a couple of nice encounters 3 times at the summit crosses with the same couple and here we could look again at the tried and tested method on their map. The older couple was ahead of us and only towards evening did we finally reach the accommodation and as luck would have it, we only saw them waving again around the corner to our accommodation on their balcony of the apartment🙂.
      At the Buttermilch Alm, we ended the day of hiking with shandy & wheat beer 🍻 and a delicious grill plate.
      Pfiat di :)

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      • 18 de septiembre de 2021

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    1. Daniel & Diana auf Tour🚶🏼‍♂️🚶🏼‍♀️

      Up to the Moos Tour🌿:
      Always beautifully up the slippery and rooted Löckermoos-Weg it went to the high moor.
      "To our amazement, we met a herd of cows on the Löckermoos-Weg that were probably practicing the cattle drive on their own." We could not determine whether these "broke out" because there was no "cowherd" here. But it was amazing how the cows walked down a T2 hiking trail carefree and calmly.
      We respectfully kept our distance and carefully let the animal hiking group pass by. The protection of the calves could be clearly heard from the suckling cow's puffing.
      🌿All alone in the high moor, the atmosphere was very mystical, even through the fog.
      We could see the mountain pine of the raised bog plants announced on the display board. Unfortunately not the beautiful cotton grass referring to bog.
      📷👴🏻A small highlight, almost at the end of the tour, was an older man who very slowly climbed the mountain to the chapel. We had a short chat with the 85-year-old man. He told us that he comes from Upper Franconia and has lived in Berchtesgaden for 50 years and is spending his holidays in Austria.
      VG :)

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      • 17 de septiembre de 2021

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