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🌳Tom🌲
 

Información sobre 🌳Tom🌲

Bereits in jungen Jahren mit den Eltern beim Wandern in den Bergen und Zuhause in Franken unterwegs gewesen. Später dann in meiner Sturm- und Drangzeit zum Bergsteigen, Skifahren, Radln und Klettern in den Alpen unterwegs. Es kam die berufliche Karriere und alles wurde immer weniger.
Endlich, nach 35 Jahren am 09.10.2017 das Rauchen aufgehört und wieder mit dem Radln begonnen. Ein guter Entschluss. Seitdem hat mich die Natur wieder und ich fühle mich super gut und frei.
Radl-km 2017: 1126 km
Radl-km 2018: 6050 km
Radl-km 2019: 6523 km
Radl-km 2020: 8347 km
Anbei der link zu meiner Routenkarte:
komoot.de/user/535321609139/embed

Distancia

15.887 km

Tiempo en movimiento

1073:52 h

Cronología
  1. 🌳Tom🌲 y 3 más salieron con la MTB.

    Hace 5 días

    03:36
    54,1 km
    15,0 km/h
    640 m
    630 m
    A Micha, Frank y 271 más les gusta.
    1. 🌳Tom🌲

      Saturday morning, 🕙 10 a.m., 🅿️ to the dancing 🐢 turtle, 4️⃣ grinning 🙋‍♂️ boys and their 🚲 bikes: the formation of the “good mood express” has been completed. Our trio became a quartet through our Martin-Ernst from the Fichtelgebirge.
      In advance, I was commissioned with the tour planning, which of course is a certain challenge for such professionals. So I try particularly hard 👍. We start at the Tier🙈garten in Nämberch and follow the trails to the lake of the Nackerten, the Birkensee. From here our tour runs smoothly on the Dünentrail / Röthenbachtrail to Ungelstetten. I notice how our train is getting faster and faster and an express is developing. Markus presses the tube .... shooting is the order of the day. In Ungelstetten, the barn cafe awaited us with the best cakes 🍰 and caffeine ☕, which allowed our carbohydrate storage to return to its optimum. After an extensive and ludicrous 🤣 coffee gossip, we went on, across to the old Ludwig Canal. We don't follow it for a long time, a short time later we leave the canal again to heat up via the mystical Wernloch and the Glaserberg trails towards Nuremberg 🏰. Of course, Steff in his home zone showed us one or the other mega line and dirt jumps. It was really-like. Finally, of course, stop by our Glubb (for outsiders, this is the 1st FCN ⚽️) we soon reach the Valznerweiher. Here we dine and reflect on a mega biker day.
      I still have to thank you guys: Steff, Markus and Martin-Ernst, it was an honor to bike with you. What a MEGA Saturday with you super guys! The grin on your face will probably last a while. 🙋‍♂️

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      • Hace 5 días

  2. 🌳Tom🌲 salió con la MTB.

    10 de octubre de 2021

    A ampfortas, DS y 207 más les gusta.
    1. 🌳Tom🌲

      7 o'clock, 0 degrees and the weather app promises blue skies and 🌞. So let's go and take off to your favorite Re4 😎.

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      • 10 de octubre de 2021

  3. 🌳Tom🌲 salió con la MTB.

    3 de octubre de 2021

    A Jűrgən 👋, Nils y 242 más les gusta.
    1. 🌳Tom🌲

      Second railroad day. A bissla across my favorite Re4, the Franconian, gondola and simply enjoyed my favorite season. 😎✌

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      • 3 de octubre de 2021

  4. 🌳Tom🌲 salió con la MTB.

    2 de octubre de 2021

    A Jűrgən 👋, Rombea y 222 más les gusta.
    1. 🌳Tom🌲

      Once again on the go with the VGN 🚂Ticket.
      So the starting station was in Ansbach, and today my 🚲 took me across the Frankenhöhe nature park to the destination station Neustadt / Aisch.
      From here we went back to Nämberch by train.

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      • 2 de octubre de 2021

  5. 🌳Tom🌲 salió con la MTB.

    25 de septiembre de 2021

    1. 🌳Tom🌲

      Today I start in the beautiful 👌 Bad Kissingen, upstream along the Saale to Burglauer. This will be my turning point.
      Past the Regentenbau and the rose garden, I will soon reach the graduation building. After I have pumped my lungs full, I go to the Bad Bocklet spa gardens, where I refresh myself at the Balthasar Neumann spring. I pass a Jewish cemetery and turn towards Burglauer. The way back always offers great views 👀 until I reach the Bismarck Tower, which stands on the Sinnberg above Bad Kissingen. I am quickly back on the bus 🚚 and am looking forward to the next adventure in the northern tip of Bavaria.
      The ⛑ Apolant sanatorium:
      The former Kurhaus or Sanatorium Apolant was built and opened in the early 20th century in the Baroque Art Nouveau style. The founder, Dr. med. Edgar Apolant has focused his treatments on internal diseases and diet regimes. He died in 1929 and his children had to struggle with the Nazis' seizure of power because of their Jewish origins. While Apolant jun. was able to save abroad, his sister Ella saw to it that it continued to operate until 1939 and was deported to Theresienstadt in 1942.
      The building complex has been empty since 1978. Changing owners tried several times over the years to revive the property. In addition, the short zone statute, which was introduced in Bad Kissingen in 1977 and is still valid for this property, only prescribes spa use: i.e. as a sanatorium, hotel, holiday apartment or the like. Permanent living such as retirement homes or condominiums is prohibited. 🤔
      The sanatorium pictures are mixed up and deliberately not labeled. I researched and compiled the information about the sanatorium on the Internet in the usual way. 🙋‍♂️

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      • 25 de septiembre de 2021

  6. 〽️artin-Ernst y 🌳Tom🌲 salieron con la MTB.

    23 de septiembre de 2021

    A Carmen 🌻, Söhni 🏃 y 245 más les gusta.
    1. 〽️artin-Ernst

      Today I had a meeting with Komootler Tom🌲 in the Hassberge mountains as a tour guide👍🏻 what can I say, this is exactly how I imagined the cool guys and I would like to thank you again for the wonderful sunny ☀️ day🙏🏼🙋🏼‍♂️In detail, we went to the following six ruins:
      -Rotenhan
      -Alte Burg / Gutenfels 🪨
      -Lichtenstein
      -Altenstein
      -Bramberg
      -Raueneck
      It was really a special experience. Each ruin is beautiful in its own way. The views today also extended to the Banz monastery and the Staffelberg, to the Coburg and Heldburg forts, the Gleichbergen up to the Rhön. Incredible, from the ruins of Bramberg you can see Walberla and Feuerstein Castle. 👍🏻👊🏻

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      • 23 de septiembre de 2021

  7. 🌳Tom🌲 y Beate hicieron una Ruta.

    17 de septiembre de 2021

    00:51
    7,84 km
    9,2 km/h
    20 m
    10 m
    A Klausi💥, Andreas Scheurer y 206 más les gusta.
    1. 🌳Tom🌲

      Borne Sulinowo:
      Is the city in the middle of the Pomeranian Lake District a resort? Yes, but only recently. Until 1992, the place did not exist on any map in the Warsaw Pact countries. The army of the former Soviet Union took over the military site from the German Wehrmacht after the Second World War and made it the command post of the Northern Group of the Red Army. Top secret and shielded from the Polish population in the area, the Cold War was administered and the Hot War planned here. The Soviet soldiers were not allowed to maintain contact with the local population. The isolation went so far that they commuted between the military base in Polish West Pomerania and their Soviet home in sealed wagons. The Poles, plagued by the shortage economy in the People's Republic, on the other hand, reported contemporary witnesses, occasionally found their way to the cordoned-off military base in order to shop in the shops there, which had an extraordinarily diverse range of goods.
      Almost every house in Borne Sulinowo can tell a story. The lovely pension was used as a guest house for senior Soviet officers during the Cold War. There is a white painted villa on the ingrown neighboring property. It is in turn closely linked to the German history of the place. General Erwin Rommel lived in it during the Second World War, when he assembled his Africa Corps here. We found the villa just before the casino. Shortly before, another German general was in Groß Born. In the summer of 1939, the German tank general Heinz Guderian prepared his tank division for the attack on Poland on September 1 of the same year.
      The 9th Potsdam Infantry Regiment was also waiting in Groß Born for the order to march into Poland. Heinrich and Richard von Weizsäcker, who later became the 6th Federal President of the Federal Republic, served in the regiment. Heinrich von Weizsäcker was fatally shot in the neck on September 2 in the Tucheler Heide in the Polish corridor. His brother Richard was only a few meters away and buried him. Later, the von Weizsäcker family had Heinrich's body reburied. He found his final resting place in a small cemetery next to Solitude Palace in Stuttgart.
      After the First World War - in the 1920s - the Wehrmacht discovered the small town of Linde, which later became Groß Born and, after 1945, Borne Sulinowo, and expanded the small village into a military base with a military training area for the training of their artillery umbels. The heather surrounding the place was ideal for artillery practice.
      Many of the houses in the city date back to German times. Not just the former guest house for Soviet officers and Rommel's villa. Everywhere there are barracks from the 1920s and the Nazi era, which have since been converted into apartments and pensions. However, some barracks are empty and are becoming increasingly dilapidated.
      The “Leningrad” prefabricated housing estate in ul. Wojska Polskiego, on the other hand, is unmistakably from the Soviet era and served as accommodation for officers and NCOs. The settlement got its nickname because the building elements of the houses were made in Leningrad (today St. Petersburg) and transported to Poland. After the Russian army cleared the site in 1992, the prefabricated buildings were modernized and Polish families moved into the apartments.
      Also between the towns of Nadarzyckie and Sypniewo is the "Abandoned City" Kłomino, another Soviet military base. The last two and a half kilometers of the way there are very narrow and not paved, so that you either need an off-road vehicle or a bicycle to get there.
      The bunkers for mobile rocket launchers are still in Kłomino. They are one of the great secrets of the military legacy. Rumor has it that the Soviet Union stationed missiles armed with nuclear warheads here during the Cold War.
      On the road to Neustettin (Szczecinek) is the Soviet cemetery, at the entrance of which there is a strange monument. It depicts a hand holding up a submachine gun pointed at the sky, and my photo is nowhere. There are many children's graves under the graves, on which there are still plush animals.
      Borne Sulinowo was granted town charter in 1993, making it the youngest town in Poland.
      LG 🙋‍♂️🙋‍♀️🐶
      As usual, I researched and compiled the information on the Internet.

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      • 17 de septiembre de 2021

  8. 🌳Tom🌲 y Beate hicieron una Ruta.

    13 de septiembre de 2021

    00:20
    1,16 km
    3,4 km/h
    0 m
    10 m
    A WanderIrmi, Nils y 192 más les gusta.
    1. 🌳Tom🌲

      After our visit to Darlowo (Rügenwalde) and the visit to the castle (I'll just say Erik König from Sweden / Norway / Denmark and after resigning as a pirate on the way) I of course had an LP tour in my back pocket 😀.
      Off to Karzniczka to the Deutsch Karstnitz Castle. The disillusionment was omnipresent. Built in the 17th century, expanded to its final size in the 18th century, burned in 2007, burned again two years later and, in our opinion, simply plundered. Unbelievable this decline of once bygone splendor.

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      • 13 de septiembre de 2021

  9. A illywhacker, Gecko 🦎 y 269 más les gusta.
    1. Rombea

      What can you say about the day? I quote 🌳Tom🌲 with his final sentence "Komoot connects!". Arranged almost 3 days ago, this time there was a meeting with the Komootlers 🌳Tom🌲 and Da Steff 🚵💥 to rock the trails in the Fürth city forest. What a great day of the trail together with two super guys who, after just 5 minutes, seem to have known them for a lifetime. Thanks guys for this wonderful day! For me it was once again a nice experience and the confirmation that people who love nature, hike and Bergradel foan are usually just "normal", down-to-earth and great people. I can only repeat it again, great times, great trails and a 💪 strong group. It was my first time in this area and I was absolutely thrilled with the city forest, which I had imagined very differently. The trails are an Eldorado for every mountain biker, from flowing to "no longer rideable for me", great lines and every obstacle, every jump can be avoided. Da Steff 🚵💥 has done a great job as a guide, walking and rolling through the individual passages, expert tips and always safety advice, a real professional. You feel in good hands there. Briefly about the round, the trails lead across the 🌲 🌳 Fürth city forest at the "Old Veste", through the former sandstone quarries and past historic sites of the 30 Years War, the scene of a battle between the troops loyal to the emperor under Wallenstein and the Swedish troops below King Gustav II Adolf of Sweden. Education and sport in one go 😁, you should definitely take a look.

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      • 10 de septiembre de 2021

  10. 🌳Tom🌲 salió con la MTB.

    7 de septiembre de 2021

    A Sven, Haumi y 223 más les gusta.
    1. 🌳Tom🌲

      In the depths of the planned tours, I decided this morning for the slate mountains, which are roughly between the Franconian Forest and the Thuringian Forest. I would like to drive to the Schallersbruch and the Oertelsbruch, as well as the Lehesten slate park. An area unknown to me and ultimately fascinating.
      And then Frank gave me a tip regarding an abandoned place. Thanks for that 🤗.
      So I started researching and found
      "The Abandoned Village"
      Slate has been mined in the Thuringian Slate Mountains since the 15th century. The Oertel family has been successfully mining slate above and below ground for many years. In 1943 she had to "sell" a considerable part of her production facilities to the SS, which opened the "Laura" subcamp here and tested V2 engines in the tunnels. In the memorial on the opposite slope above the large Bruchsee you can get very impressive information about this. After the war, the quarry was nationalized. Among other things, there was an apprenticeship training course with a dormitory on the site. Despite difficult conditions, slate was mined until 2006 and made into slabs and shingles. Since then, the numerous buildings have been falling into disrepair, but unfortunately also due to vandalism as a result of the ravages of time.
      Enough told, see for yourself. ✌🙋‍♂️
      I took the information from the Internet.
      Note to me: It is essential to plan further tours in the slate mountains.

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      • 7 de septiembre de 2021

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