Johanna
 

Información sobre Johanna

Hey, schön, dass du hier gelandet bist. Als offizielle komoot-Redakteurin zeige ich dir in meinen Collections die coolsten Radtouren in Deutschland, Europa und der Welt. Von gemütlichen Tagestouren über abwechslungsreiche Fernradwege bis hin zu ultralangen Radwanderwegen findest du hier alles, was das Radlerherz höher schlagen lässt.Radfahren, Schreiben und Reisen sind meine Leidenschaft, an der ich Menschen wie dich in meinem Reiseblog und hier bei komoot gerne teilhaben lasse. Und auch wenn ich nicht alle Radtouren, die ich dir hier zeige, ausprobieren kann, plane und recherchiere ich sie so, als würde ich sie selber fahren wollen. Dabei empfehle ich dir Highlights an den Strecken, die ich hilfreich oder faszinierend finde. Die fertigen Collections kannst du dann direkt abfahren oder als Inspiration für dein nächstes Abenteuer nehmen. Viel Spaß! :)

Distancia

288 km

Tiempo en movimiento

18:48 h

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  1. Johanna dio un paseo en bici.

    24 de abril de 2021

    00:57
    14,6 km
    15,2 km/h
    120 m
    120 m
    A Stundenschwimmer, Jacqueline y 27 más les gusta.
  2. Johanna planificó un paseo en bici.

    21 de enero de 2021

    A Carsten, Olaf R. y 10 más les gusta.
    1. Johanna

      At the start of the third and last stage on the Main-Werra cycle path, it starts relatively flat and therefore relaxed. You leave Bad Neustadt and cycle comfortably along the Saale. You can let your gaze wander over the lush hall meadows.Finally you leave the hall and attach yourself to its inflow, the litter. Here you have the opportunity right at the beginning to make a stop on the bank and refresh yourself in the water. Then you follow the river to Mellrichstadt.Behind the city begins a long ascent that takes you into the hilly landscape of the Rhön. Here you can enjoy wide meadows, romantic forests and unforgettable views. Then you roll down into the Werra valley and shortly afterwards you reach Meiningen, the destination of the tour.On the way to the train station you will pass Meiningen Castle and the English Garden. Both highlights are worth a visit. Here you can end the tour properly and review your journey from the Main to the Werra again.From Meiningen train station you can start your journey home with the regional train, for example in the direction of Erfurt or Schweinfurt.

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      • 22 de febrero de 2021

  3. Johanna planificó un paseo en bici.

    21 de enero de 2021

    A Olaf R., Fran y 6 más les gusta.
    1. Johanna

      Similar to the day before, the second stage of the Main-Werra-Radweg starts with a steady, slightly uphill climb.You cycle past Schweinfurt along the Wern. It is a tributary of the Main and meanders through a pretty landscape, which is characterized by wide fields and meadows and loosened up by romantic woods.In Rannungen you will reach the highest point of the stage and from now on you will mainly cycle slightly downhill. On the well-paved bike path, your bike rolls almost by itself through the postcard idyll.After a while you will dive into the Münnerstadt valley. Here the bike path meanders through beautiful nature past shady forests. Following the valley you cross Münnerstadt and then drive on a flat route over the fields to Bad Neustadt an der Saale.Here in the stage destination there are various hotels, guest houses and holiday apartments available for you to stay overnight. You will also find a train station with connections to Erfurt, Meiningen, Würzburg and Schweinfurt.

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      • 22 de febrero de 2021

  4. Johanna planificó un paseo en bici.

    21 de enero de 2021

    A Olaf R., Fran y 4 más les gusta.
    1. Johanna

      The starting point of the Main-Werra cycle path is in Würzburg on the banks of the Main. You can also start the tour directly at the main train station, because this is where the route will take you around one kilometer after the start. You can easily reach the main train station with long-distance and local trains.At the beginning of the tour you pass the University Hospital Würzburg and leave the city to the north. After you have left the last houses behind you, you will be greeted by picturesque fields and meadows as well as some small pieces of forest.While you cycle through the beautiful landscape, it usually goes slightly uphill until you reach the community of Hausen near Würzburg. Here you have done about half of the stage and from now on it is mostly downhill.You roll through an open field and meadow landscape towards Schweinfurt. Shortly before you get to the city, you will meet the Main again and drive a little along its bank. A little later you will arrive at your stage destination.In Schweinfurt you have a wide range of overnight accommodations available, and you have access to regional and long-distance trains at the main station if you only want to travel this one stage.

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      • 22 de febrero de 2021

  5. Johanna planificó un paseo en bici.

    17 de enero de 2021

    1. Johanna

      Today is the last stage of the Harz circular route and it challenges you again. Right at the beginning there are two crisp climbs waiting for you. Thanks to the open landscape, you can enjoy beautiful views over the fields and into the valley from the hills.You continue cycling along the eastern foothills of the low mountain range. You cross small places and overcome some inclines. In Seesen you have made about half of the stage and can treat yourself to a well-deserved break. The historic town center invites you to take a stroll with pretty half-timbered houses and cozy refreshment stops.You then drive to Bornhausen freshly strengthened. Here you turn to the east and cycle again along the northern edge of the Harz. On a beautiful route you get to Langelsheim and then make a detour up to the Granetalsperre. The ascent is crisp, but your efforts will be rewarded with the view over the large lake.Take your time up here and enjoy the unforgettable moment, because your lap around the Harz is almost over. From the dam it is only a stone's throw to the stage destination Goslar, where you set off a few days ago.In Goslar you can once again review your challenging but incredibly beautiful tour on the Harz circular route during a visit to the historic city center, before you get back on the train and start your journey home.

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      • 20 de enero de 2021

  6. Johanna planificó un paseo en bici.

    17 de enero de 2021

    1. Johanna

      Today the fourth stage is waiting for you. It is shorter than the previous stages and has less vertical meters. So it's perfect for regenerating yourself while you cycle through wonderful surroundings.From Bad Sachsa you drive up to the Steintalsperre and on to the Elbe-Weser watershed. Here you have reached the highest point of the stage and can then look forward to a long descent that begins with a rapid section through the forest.From Bad Lauterberg it becomes flatter. Here you meet the Oder, which you now follow downstream. In Scharzfeld you move away from its banks and cycle through wide fields to Herzberg am Harz, where you can take a leisurely break.Behind this city, too, there are vast fields and meadows on the edge of the Harz, over which you can let your gaze wander into the distance. After you have crossed one last hill, you will reach the stage destination Osterode am Harz.Here you have a good selection of accommodations and restaurants. There is also a train station with a connection to regional rail services.

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      • 20 de enero de 2021

  7. Johanna planificó un paseo en bici.

    17 de enero de 2021

    1. Johanna

      After you have retired on the first stage, the stately second stage follows today, on which you again collect a lot of altitude. It starts with a steady up and down through meadows, fields and romantic forests that cover the foothills of the Harz Mountains.Passing the impressive Michaelstein Monastery you get to Blankenburg. Behind the city, a steep climb awaits you. After you have mastered this, it goes down into the valley through which the Bode flows. Here is the beautiful city of Thale, which is ideal for a leisurely rest.It continues through a wonderfully open landscape, which gives you unforgettable views of the Harz with the Brocken again and again. After about half of the stage you will reach Bad Suderode and Gernrode. The two places are ideal for overnight stays if you want to split the stage.In the further course, it picks up again and you pedal properly to climb the climbs that the Harz foothills have in store for you. Past Ballenstedt Castle, it goes through wide fields, pretty villages and romantic woods to Harkerode. Here you will meet the one whose bank you are following. Upstream you drive through its picturesque valley and collect a few meters in altitude.You reach the highest point of the stage and the destination at the Hotel-Gasthaus “Rammelburg-Blick”. Here you can enjoy the idyllic surroundings with the unique view, let yourself be pampered with good food and set up camp for the night.

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      • 20 de enero de 2021

  8. Johanna planificó un paseo en bici.

    17 de enero de 2021

    A Robert y Fran les gusta esto.
    1. Johanna

      The third day of the Harz circular route is just as demanding as the previous stage. But you can also split this stage if you prefer to drive it over two days.To start with, you roll down from your hotel to Rammelburg. The castle of the same name is also located here. You then cycle along the banks of the Wipper to warm up before you tackle the biggest climb of the stage. It leads you up through deep forest, where you can enjoy the silence surrounded by unique nature.A long descent with small counter climbs then brings you to Großleinungen. It continues on the edge of the southern Harz, where you cycle alternately through wide, open landscapes, immerse yourself in wild and romantic valleys and cross deep green forests. On the way you will always come through sleepy villages with refreshment stops.About halfway you get to Uftrungen and a little later to Rottleberode. In both places you will find some accommodations, mainly holiday apartments, in case you want to share the stage here.Afterwards it goes through meadows and forests past the Iberg dam over a hill. On the other hand, open landscapes with unforgettable views and a new bike path with fantastically smooth asphalt await you. After this wonderful route you will reach the stage destination Bad Sachsa.Here you have a large selection of places to stop and stay overnight. You also have access to regional rail services at the train station.

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      • 20 de enero de 2021

  9. Johanna planificó un paseo en bici.

    17 de enero de 2021

    A Jana aus Wernigerode le gusta esto.
    1. Johanna

      The first stage of the Harz circular route begins in Goslar. You can comfortably get to the Lower Saxony city by regional train from Hanover, Braunschweig, Magdeburg or Halle (Saale), among others.After you have looked around the pretty old town, get on your bike and leave Goslar to the south. Right outside the city gates it gets mountainous and a first big climb lets you pedal hard.The short stage is also very hilly in the further course, because the bike path winds along the edge of the Harz. Here you drive through deep green forests and enjoy wonderful views from wide clearings.You can take a first breather in Oker and strengthen yourself for the onward journey, which begins with a crisp ascent. Your efforts will be rewarded at the top with an unforgettable view and the option to stop off at Café Goldberg.Finally, you will reach Bad Harzburg after about half of the stage. An extended break here is also worthwhile. Then it goes on the Ilsenburger Stieg into deep forest. From Ilsenburg the route becomes flatter and you can comfortably cycle the last few kilometers to the stage destination Wernigerode.Here you have a large selection of accommodation available, such as hotels, holiday apartments and hostels. At the train station you also have access to regional transport.

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      • 20 de enero de 2021

  10. Johanna planificó un paseo en bici.

    12 de enero de 2021

    1. Johanna

      The third and last stage on the Lenneroute starts in Plettenberg directly on the river bank. With a view of the water and the surrounding, extremely idyllic landscape, you follow the bike path. It leads you through picturesque meadows and several times over the river. So you can enjoy spectacular views of the ever-widening Lenne from the bridges.The course of the Lenne is very playful on this first section of the stage: it winds in tight loops through deeply cut valleys, which are lined by wooded hills. You ride your bike through the middle of this wonderful backdrop and enjoy the wonderful nature around you.After about half of the stage you will reach Altena. Here the castle of the same name towers high above the small town. The sight alone is fascinating and a visit is of course also worthwhile. Of course, you will also find refreshment stops in Altena if you want to strengthen yourself.Afterwards, your bike tour along the Lenne continues with renewed energy and lots of impressions. You follow the river through its valley, which opens ever wider. Some climbs are still waiting for you on the way, but soon it will be completely flat and you will cycle through wide land, while the Lenne approaches its mouth in large steps.On the outskirts of Hagen the time has come: You can see how the Lenne flows into the Ruhr. After saying goodbye to your faithful companion, you follow the Ruhr, which is dammed up here to the Hengsteysee. You drive directly along the shore to the power plant and cross the Ruhr here.A few kilometers further you will reach the next Ruhr reservoir, the Harkortsee. Here, too, you can enjoy unforgettable views of the water while you roll along the shore. At the end of the lake in a loop of the Ruhr lies Wetter, the destination of the varied bike tour. From the train station you can take the S5 towards Dortmund or Hagen to travel home.

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      • 15 de enero de 2021

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