Información sobre Karen 🥾🚴♀️⛷️⛵
- Frank Meyer
Dear hiking friends,... unfortunately no specific invitation to the next group tour at the moment. This is expected to take place in October, more on this shortly. I'm just thinking about the mode and the route.My route selection for the hiking season 2022 at the Märkischer Wanderbund is pending, and I'm still undecided about the upcoming group tours, which I would like to offer monthly via komoot or via my hiking blog, in the best case scenario.Since I am always open to new concepts, 'acting at eye level' is important to me and I very much like to use technical aids in the hiking area, I would like to ask you for your opinion, your preferences and, if necessary, suggestions for optimization along the way.You will find a pre-selection of over 50 tours in the collection created for this purpose at: komoot.de/collection/1324721/-geplante-gruppenwanderungen, most of which I have already hiked in exactly the same way myself. For this purpose, I have checked hundreds of hikes over the past 6 years for their suitability as a group tour, in terms of attractiveness, accessibility, weather resistance and of course the length of the route.In the end I was amazed at how many tours I would hike alone again at any time, but not in a group, for a variety of reasons ...If you are interested, please vote anonymously which tours you would like to hike in the group with me at: wandern-berlin-brandenburg.de/abstimmung-geplante-gruppenwanderungen
Until 30.09. open, 5 selections are possible there.Feel free to write your feedback, suggestions, your own ideas, etc. here or in the collection in the comment.
Hace 5 días
- 01:419,06 km5,4 km/h90 m100 m
- Karen 🥾🚴♀️⛷️⛵
It's always nice after a week of work with emergency service among nice people in nature 🥾🏊♂️🏊🌳🌾🍻😀🌞
We crossed the Dahme in Schmöckwitz with the ferry ⛴ and then along the Große Krampe via Müggelheim 🥾 to the Krummen Laake 🏊🏊♂️🥪 Then we went over the Müggelheimer Wiesen to Paule, who took us to Rahnsdorf 🚣♂️ to 🎣 ☕. Freshly strengthened, it went through Rahnsdorf over the Puettberge ⛰️ to S Rahnsdorf.
1 de agosto de 2021
- Cornell Paasche
Date and meeting point:
Saturday, 08/14/2020, 9:30 a.m.
Jüterbog station, forecourt, on the Johanna*******Arrival options:
From Bernau via Berlin (north-south) with the RE 3 (Angermünde - Lutherstadt Wittenberg)
from Bernau: 8:07 a.m.from B-Gesundbrunnen: 8:25 a.m.
from B-Hauptbahnhof: 8:32 a.m.
from B-Potsdamer Platz: 8:35 a.m.
from B-Südkreuz: 08:41 a.m.
from B-Lichterfelde-Ost: 08:46 a.m.from Ludwigsfelde: 8:55 a.m.
from Thyrow: 9:00 a.m.
from Trebbin: 09:04 a.m.
from Luckenwalde: 09:12 a.m.to Jüterbog: 09:20 a.m.A ticket from Berlin A (B) costs 9.00 EUR in the regular tariff, reduced e.g. with BC 6.80 EUR per direction-------From Potsdam with bus line 690
from Pdm main station: 8:00 a.m.
to Pdm. Babelsberg media city: 8:11 a.m.Change to the RB 33 from Berlin-Wannseefrom Pdm. Babelsberg media city: 8:17 a.m.
to Jüterbog: 09:17 a.m.A ticket from Potsdam costs 9.00 EUR in the regular tariff, reduced e.g. with BC 6.80 EUR per direction-------The Brandenburg-Berlin-Ticket for a maximum of 5 people costs 33 EUR.-------A return trip in all directions is always possible every hour shortly after half-way from Jüterbog.-------Drivers can park at the Jüterbog train station.*******For a first group tour after the Corona period, I chose the Spitzbubenweg in Jüterbog. When I hiked it in September 2019, I was very enthusiastic about this little round tour and it was well received by you too. On the way there are four viewpoints with a beautiful view of Jüterbog.If you want to find out something about this hiking trail, you can find out more here:
de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spitzbubenweg*******As usual, some of you have received a personal invitation via komoot. If I missed someone, it wasn't on purpose. Of course EVERYONE is very welcome on this hike!
You can ask questions here or contact me via email email@example.com or via WhatsApp 01523-1754434.
++++++This hike is carried out in all weather conditions, except in extreme weather conditions.Everyone is responsible for their own food. Please bring enough snacks and drinks with you! Breaks are of course made as required.Participation in this hike is at your own risk!
23 de julio de 2021
- Helga 🥾🎒👣❤️
.... today finally Karen and I have set off for our stage. We both didn't know each other before and had arranged to meet on the train, which worked out really well. After a short, final discussion about the tour - of course we had agreed on it beforehand - we were quickly at the starting point and were able to march off straight away. Two route variants were shortlisted - either directly along the water with a large proportion of asphalt and bike paths - or walking over into the forest on leisurely hiking trails. We agreed to try along the water - we were hoping for more interesting photos (the forest was still in the second part of the route) with the option, if the cyclists get too much for us, we scurry over into the forest. However, it was not entirely clear to me whether this was so easy to do on this part of the route (I just don't have that much komoot and planning experience). But, no risk, no fun!
It started first over the bridge in the direction of Wildpark West, on the left the Große Zernsee, on the right the Havel. After about 2 km on good back roads we came to the bike path, which had to be negotiated for a longer part. We quickly realized that we couldn't take great photos - the lake was gone - and that the route was just a monotonous road. So Plan B had to come into play. We walked through meadows and fields below the Henning-von-Tresckow barracks over into a wonderful wooded area. Past Schäfereiberg we came down to the Templiner See on beautiful natural paths. We continued close to the shore to the railway bridge, on which we changed to the other side of the lake.
After a short stretch of the road, it went up over steps and tree roots on the high path “Grüner Weg” into the nature reserve. Soft forest paths awaited us, the twittering of birds accompanied us to Telegrafenberg and Brauhausberg. Once there, you could already guess our destination, the main station Potsdam.
All in all, I was very happy with our tour. Thank you, Karen, for making it so uncomplicated and full of joy. We had a lot of fun on the way, it was wonderfully entertaining pleasure.
In any case, a big thank you goes to all coordinators of this project and of course to Frank Meyer. You can literally feel how much love and work you have put into it. It's a great feeling to be part of this great event. I am now looking very excitedly at the tours of the other hikers. I'm just impressed with what was going on in terms of hiking this weekend all over Germany. Chapeau!
PS: Oh yes, Frank, thanks for the IT support on the go - as you can see, it worked!
18 de julio de 2021