Información sobre Müller 😉😉😉😉
Bewegen in der Natur ist das grösste Geschenk. Wandern, Nordic Walking, Radfahren und im Winter Skifahren zu können sind für mich die schönsten Tätigkeiten.
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Comfortable from the Eigergletscher station via Fallboden down to Kleine Scheidegg. Unfortunately the weather was not great and too warm for this time of the year. It is gigantic what has been built for the V-Bahn systems in recent years. The Eiger Glacier station is no longer known. The lunch in the restaurant up there was still excellent and of course a cream cake was a must. (For 2 people) by the way, on picture 2 there are 3 ibexes 🔍
Hace aprox. 15 horas
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Caution! The indication of the march time is incorrect, the cell phone sometimes had no connection.
The walking time is approx. 5/4 hours longer.From the schnapps from 2 weeks ago, we hiked an increase here.
We marched off at 4.30 a.m. at the top of the Ibergeregg pass. First it was a leisurely walk along the Alpstrasse to Holzegg, for which we needed a good hour in the spotlight. It was really pitch black. the fog swallowed all light. Then the notorious Mytenweg begins. In the dark you don't notice how steep the path and the terrain next to it really is. Step by step and turn after turn, it goes higher and higher. Good shoes, per person. a headlamp and surefootedness are absolutely necessary. The limestone cliffs are very slippery when wet. a little above half the nebula cleared and the entire star splendor became visible. No moon and no settlement gave light. Since the hairpin bends are all numbered, we had an indication of how far we are below the summit. After a good hour's ascent from Holzegg, we slowly saw the siluette of the Mythenhaus and the sign with the remaining 30 m encouraged us to do the rest (it is probably 30 meters in altitude, because the route was much longer). As the 2nd group we were looking for a good place to watch the sunrise. It wasn't long before the horizon began to redden. Slowly the tension rose and it was enchanting to watch nature play this spectacle. Not only was the sunny side beautiful, beautiful scenes also developed against the central plateau. Finally, around 8 o'clock, the sun rose over the mountains to the sound of the national anthem. A little later there was the well-deserved coffee and the famous nut croissant in the Mythenhaus. Warmed up, we started the descent around 9 a.m. The view up there is really awesome. Unfortunately, the valley floor was nowhere to be seen, but the fog was also enchanting. It was painful to dive into the fog at about 35 bend. Now we saw how steep and slippery the path is. After about an hour we have reached the Holzegg again. a little later we had reached the lower limit of the fog. At the alpine farm in Zwäcken, we enjoyed a fine bratwurst. It only took a good quarter of an hour to get to the Ibergeregg. It was a great experience with optimal weather on the summit. The sweat on the ascent and getting up early was very worth it.
Again, the ascent is very exposed, interspersed with high kicks, slippery and steep. Good shoes and very good surefootedness are essential. Those who are not used to such terrain during the day should not risk it at night. This year there have already been several serious and unfortunately fatal accidents!
9 de octubre de 2021
- 02:059,38 km4,5 km/h300 m290 m
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A crazy morning turned into a very beautiful morning. A taxi service to Basel Airport raised the question of what to do with the day. The weather report had been good all week, so the idea came up with the sunrise. Straight out of the car was too boring and we had way too much time. Return from the airport at 4 a.m.! So the Staffelegg offered itself as a starting point for the hike to Gisliflue. Departure with headlamps at 5 a.m. Walking time approx. 5/4 hours. We were able to settle down briefly on the summit before the first silver lining was visible on the horizon. Unfortunately, the forest is too high in the direction where the sun rises to see the whole rise. But the whole thing was still very beautiful and splendid in color. Instead, there was another spectacle to watch on the other side. The fog that had formed in the valley in the meantime spilled over some of the gates. The entire Mittelland and the Schenkenbergerthal were also hidden under the moving fog. Thanks to the wool blanket, hat and warm coffee, the time passed by in a flash. In the meantime it was day and we made our way back to Staffelegg. We took the same route back and found that this is a wonderful hiking trail that leads over the Hombergegg ridge. The way back in daylight seemed much shorter to us. In darkness you have to concentrate a lot more.
25 de septiembre de 2021
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Today we parked the car at the sports field in Morter. From here the path led us past the edge of the village until we could climb up to the left to the end of the Rautwaal. Here it was almost dry. The further we went up the Waal, the more water it carried. The path and the Waal lead through beautiful and steep coniferous forest. In the vicinity of the socket we crossed the road that leads to s Martellthal. There we meet the Neuwaal, which we then follow. This seems to have not been in operation for a long time, it has been buried in many places. But the path is still beautiful and varied. We continue to follow the path through old coniferous forest, peppered with many stones overgrown with moss. Shortly after noon we reach the beer cellar. You have to stop here. If you are more than two, it is advisable to reserve in advance. The food was delicious, the portions huge and the beer very refreshing at these hot temperatures. With full bellies, we followed the beer cellar trail, always slightly uphill, through the beautiful forest to the junction to Obermontani Castle. Past this it went zig zag down the steep forest and past the remains of Untermontani Castle. At the bottom, an old wooden bridge spans the Plimabach. Between the stream and the apple orchard, a path leads back to the sports field
10 de septiembre de 2021
- 02:428,24 km3,0 km/h700 m690 m
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The weather forecast for today was a little better, so we decided to penetrate the ice world of the Ortler again. From Sulden we took the huge gondola up to Madritsch. From here it goes on the beautiful wide path up to the Madritschütte. The fog gave the view to the 3 stars Ortler, Zebru and Königsspitze always against. What a panorama. From the hut there is almost no more vegetation. The path now leads on or next to leveled ski slopes, sometimes steeply up the slope. Even some bikers drove over the Planie almost to the Madritsch Joch. Here the path branches off in the direction of Hinterer Schöntaufspitze. The summit can be reached from here in just under half an hour. The path is partly no longer clearly visible and leads partly over loose boulders, partly steeply uphill through solid rock. The summit is then a flat pile of gravel. Unfortunately it had a few more clouds and the ice giants were mostly covered. The view down to Sulden was also very impressive. After a short break on the summit, it went the same way back down to the Madritschhütte. Of course we stopped and ate a huge portion of pasta with chanterelles. Was delicious. With a full stomach we took the rest of the way to the mountain railway under our feet. In good weather the panorama is really gigantic and can almost compete with the small Scheidegg, Grindelwald or Wengen.
9 de septiembre de 2021
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Since the peaks were covered in fog today and the weather report wasn't that great either, we decided to go around the Haidersee. The lake had some whitecaps from the light breeze. There were a lot of water birds to watch. We even spotted a grass snake and an admiral (butterfly)
8 de septiembre de 2021
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In today's city bustle through Merano, we initially started walking without a plan. At the train station there were noticeably more people and we let ourselves be carried away by the flow of people into the beautiful alleys. The chair lift then carried us up to Dorf Tirol. Here you can see all of Merano and Lagundo. Then we went down again on foot, partly on tar roads, partly on dusty nature trails and over steep stairs. One thing is for sure, Merano has many sights and we only saw a small part.
7 de septiembre de 2021