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Berlin2007

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20.055 km

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1308:45 h

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  1. Frank Meyer y 35 más planificaron una caminata.

    Hace 4 días

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    1. 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.

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  2. Berlin2007 dio un paseo en bici.

    Hace 7 días

    A JTH, HeiGod y 20 más les gusta.
    1. Berlin2007

      We have a day off and want to enjoy it to the full or on a perfect bike route. This works wonderfully on the FlämingSkate, the network of paths between Jüterbog, Luckenwalde, Baruth / Mark and Golßen. But since we don't really know how the weather will develop, we combine two routes that could also be driven individually: Circuit 5 and Circuit 7.We start in Werder, a district of the city of Jüterbog and move via Markendorf and Fröhden to the mountain village of Schlenzer. Here, as in many other places, there are numerous fruit trees that are now bearing full fruit. The children in the neighborhood will certainly be happy, and so will we. Finally we reach Wahlsdorf, the intersection of the two routes. We decide to drive both and so we continue via Ihlow and Niendorf to Dahme / Mark. Time for a short lunch break.We slowly return via Prensdorf, Görsdorf and Buckow until we reach Wahlsdorf again after Liepe. There is hardly anything going on and we enjoy the wide slopes and mostly excellently developed bike paths. In Wahlsdorf, the ascent to Petkus is due and lo and behold, the manor house is even open, although not with hot meals, but drinks and cakes are served here. So strengthened it goes back down the mountain and before Stülpe to Holbeck and Jänickendorf back to the starting point. Nice tour, just "let it roll" ...

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  3. Berlin2007 dio un paseo en bici.

    12 de septiembre de 2021

    A Rosefahrer, Uwe y 25 más les gusta.
    1. Berlin2007

      It's a little cloudy and we can't really bring ourselves to a larger group. So it goes on the usual tour to Adlershof, which on the one hand is always easy to drive, but also shows again and again how the city is changing. For example, there is the Elsenbrücke, shortly after the start. In the last few days, large cranes have been seen here - the result is the first parts of the temporary bridge that is being built here. When it is finished, the other part will be demolished and then the new building will begin.New construction is also taking place on the Spindlersfeld. This location is named after Wilhelm Spindler, who at the end of the 19th century had a gigantic dye works and laundry built on a field outside the gates of Berlin. Parts of the building are still preserved and are currently being renovated. Nice to look at and there is also plenty of space for new buildings. And with it many opportunities for further tours in the immediate vicinity. Doesn't always have to be Brandenburg :-)

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      • 12 de septiembre de 2021

  4. Berlin2007 dio un paseo en bici.

    11 de septiembre de 2021

    1. Berlin2007

      The weather can't really decide - and neither can we. In the night there were still a few showers across the country and the morning also starts with a few drops. In the morning it gets better and we decide to stay at home to start a tour from there.It's the usual round around the Müggelsee. This leads us over the Rummelsburger See and through the Wuhlheide to Köpenick and there to the north-east bank of the Great Müggelsee. Time for a first break.There is surprisingly little going on - perhaps others have also hesitated and we are enjoying the comparatively empty routes along the Müggelsee lido, Rahnsdorf, Triglawbrücke to Müggelheim. Lunch is in a bistro.So strengthened it goes to the south and south-west banks of the Müggelsee, again through Köpenick and via Adlershof and the Teltow Canal back to Alt-Treptow. Unspectacular round, but always nice. And the few raindrops in between weren't a problem either.

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      • 12 de septiembre de 2021

  5. Berlin2007 dio un paseo en bici.

    10 de septiembre de 2021

    A Andrea S., Der 🐻liner y 14 más les gusta.
    1. Berlin2007

      ... before the weather gets worse again, a quick lap at lunchtime in familiar surroundings in wonderful sunshine.

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      • 10 de septiembre de 2021

  6. Berlin2007 dio un paseo en bici.

    8 de septiembre de 2021

    A Marflow, Der 🐻liner y 17 más les gusta.
    1. Berlin2007

      Last day on the Baltic Sea and the weather plays along. This is how it goes to Kröpelin, a few kilometers away. From there we drive south on a well-developed bike path to Altenhagen. Shortly after the village it unfortunately stops and then it only goes on on a busy country road. Because everyone who wants to get on the A20 from the region has to go here. Accordingly, there is a lot going on - despite the good road surface, this is more of a route that we will no longer drive.Shortly before Satow we branch off to the east and take a short break at the church ruins in Satow. Then a very scenic, but difficult to drive path leads over the already mentioned A20 and further east to Hohen Luckow.You can also say “I do” in the pretty manor house. Today is not much going on and so after a photo we move further east. The route becomes much better and we cross the A20 again. Now it's back on a bike path to Hanstorf. We reach the village from the south - yesterday we crossed from west to east, today we go back in the opposite direction on a concrete slab path that is easy to drive. We finally reach Kröpelin again via several smaller villages. In the only (?) Bistro there is a short lunch break, after which we go home.

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      • 10 de septiembre de 2021

  7. Berlin2007 dio un paseo en bici.

    7 de septiembre de 2021

    A Spike100, Thomas 🚴 🚶 y 19 más les gusta.
    1. Berlin2007

      When we are out and about in the regions we already know, we only mix a few kilometers of new paths into the route. So you are largely immune to nasty surprises. It's different today because we've never ridden here before. So it was planned according to the map and the starting point of today's tour is Kühlungsborn. From there it goes west on well-developed paths to Riedensee. We leave the lighthouse of Basdorf on the left and take the ascent to Mechelsdorf. The ice age sends its regards, because here it goes up tight. When we arrive there, we are amazed, because there is plenty of "going on".On the other hand, it's no wonder, because we are on the Baltic Sea Cycle Route and it is well frequented. We take a short break at the dolmen of Mechelsdorf and admire the old tomb, which has been surprisingly well preserved. Then we move further south on mostly good, but sometimes also some not so well developed bike paths to Rerik. It goes through the coastal forest, directly on the steep coast and finally to Mechendorf. There we first leave the Baltic Sea and make our way through the Salzhaff.The weather cooperates, numerous rest areas are well attended and therefore we first pause in Teßmannsdorf before the tour continues south. Gradually the traffic decreases and the area becomes significantly less touristy. We move on on narrow country roads and are amazed at the heavy traffic. Later we see that the B105 is completely blocked - that explains a lot. Unfortunately not, why not everyone keeps a sufficient distance. PhewIn the meantime we have turned back eastwards via Alt Buckow and via Teschow to Klein Mulsow. Little by little the heavy traffic dissipates and we can enjoy the route again. In Klein Nienhagen we stop again at the village pond, admire the pretty manor house and then the creative route guidance that sends us over a dense sward to a field, then over a country road directly to cobblestones. The section is covered quickly and we cycle on to Hanstorf.... so slowly it goes back to the touristic area, which is characterized above all by bike paths. Shortly afterwards we are in Bad Doberan - time for a little shopping trip to the monastery shop. We took a close look at the cathedral on an earlier visit. The rest is easy to explain: Along the "Molli", the steam-powered route, the route leads via Heiligendamm and finally back to Kühlungsborn along the Baltic Sea coast. All in all, amazingly good stretches, which, however, were quite demanding due to the numerous meters in altitude. It was fun anyway ...

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      • 10 de septiembre de 2021

  8. Berlin2007 dio un paseo en bici.

    6 de septiembre de 2021

    A Spike100, Anne y 11 más les gusta.
    1. Berlin2007

      We start again in Lambrechtshagen and drive on a more or less direct route to the coast. Via Elmenhorst we reach the Ostseebad Nienhagen, known among other things for its steep coast, which also includes our first stop.Then it goes dead straight along the coast through a pretty mixed forest. Sea on the left, forest on the right, in between an easy-to-ski slope that is used by plenty of cyclists and hikers. In Stoltera we stop again at Wilhelmshöhe and enjoy the wonderful view of the Baltic Sea with a cup of coffee.Then there are only a few kilometers left until we reach Warnemünde. Hotel Neptun, Teepott, lighthouse, all well-known highlights that we already know from previous visits but are always nice to look at.Of course, people unsaddle up here and push their bikes through the pedestrian zone - anything else would not be advisable with the hustle and bustle. And while we're here, of course it has to be a fish sandwich that we eat at the harbor - well protected from hungry seagulls.Strengthened in this way, our hiking guide takes you past the little ones to the IGA-Park. It is also worth seeing and, surprisingly, is also freely navigable. Not much is going on, but we don't have much time either. Back to the starting point.

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      • 10 de septiembre de 2021

  9. Berlin2007 dio un paseo en bici.

    5 de septiembre de 2021

    A JTH, Spike100 y 8 más les gusta.
    1. Berlin2007

      We are guests, which means that today we simply "follow" and don't have to worry about the route. Wonderful.We start in Lambrechtshagen and take the more or less shortest route to Rostock. We were here for the last time for the Hanse Sail. Today there isn't much going on and so we become aware of the area that the spectacle otherwise takes up. The weather also plays along and we enjoy the view over the Warnow in bright sunshine. We also circle around the same and so there are always new views of the Hanseatic city. Wonderful.Finally we reach the overseas port and the tour guide doesn't really know where to cycle along. So google helps out, because our goal is the Schnatermann. On the one hand, this is a nature reserve, and on the other, it is also an excursion restaurant with changing tenants. The path leads via the aforementioned overseas port and Nienhagen past Stuthof to the excursion restaurant. Here we take a short break, then enjoy the view over the sea towards Rostock.Some bathers use the 16 ° C warm Baltic Sea at the small bathing area while we get back on the saddle. Through the Schnatermann and the Rostocker Heide it goes to Hinrichshagen and there on a well-developed bike path along the country road to Graal-Müritz. We haven't been here for many years and can hardly recognize the place again. It's plenty full, our host uses the opportunity to swim on the beach before heading to the promenade for a cup of coffee. We enjoy the hustle and bustle before we head home.This leads us again through the Rostocker Heide to Hinrichshagen, but then via a detour in Markgrafenheide along the coast further and further west. We reach the naval base Hohe Düne in Hohe Düne and with it another highlight of the tour: We take the ferry to Warnemünde. It is also well attended and brings us back to the other bank of the Warnow quickly and safely. Then it's back on the shortest route.

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      • 10 de septiembre de 2021

  10. Berlin2007 dio un paseo en bici.

    4 de septiembre de 2021

    02:42
    46,1 km
    17,1 km/h
    300 m
    300 m
    A JTH, Nancy y 5 más les gusta.
    1. Berlin2007

      We are on the way to the coast and on longer trips you should take a short break to stretch your legs. We decided some time ago to extend these breaks and go on a bike tour - instead of taking a short rest at "wonderful" rest areas.It is the same today and therefore the choice fell on Alt Schwerin, a municipality in the Mecklenburg Lake District, conveniently located practically directly on the motorway. We have chosen the Agroneum as a starting point, an agricultural adventure park that hosts a flea market that day. Accordingly, it is full and we park on a meadow a little outside of the actual starting point. From there we hop across the meadow and then we are on another classic: the circular route around the Plauer See.Several of our bike friends have already ridden it and now we want to do this tour too. A well-developed bike path leads to the north bank of the Plauer See to the moor ox. This is a nature reserve where, among other things, the bittern lives. And the man's call probably sounds like an ox - eponymous for the great landscape that can be overlooked from a lookout tower.We continue over the Ziegenhorn, past the NSG Brandensee and discover - thanks to komoot - a small, secluded rest area. This leads us to relocate the originally planned route along the main road to the west bank. Not really easy to drive on (loose ground, partly coarse gravel), but again and again with great views of the lake. Then we are in Plau am See, the center of the region. We stroll a little through the city and are lucky enough to see Mecklenburg's largest lift bridge live in action. You just have to make the niche small enough ;-)Then it goes out of the village through the Plauer city forest and here too we experience what the Ice Age means: it goes up and down - sometimes on coarse gravel and unpaved slopes. Yes, the tour is quite demanding. We reach the south bank via the Dresenower Mühle, take a short break there and slowly drive back via Suckow and Zislow. Because there is plenty going on here. Numerous cyclists of all ages and speeds are out and about. So this is more something to be enjoyed than to "take the route".The wedding takes place in Lenz, we congratulate the bride as we drive past and then we are almost back at the starting point of the tour. Nice round, which would have been much nicer with a blue sky. For us it was mostly gray on gray, but still a nice break. We continue to the coast.

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      • 10 de septiembre de 2021

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