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- Lutz - Berlin
The storm that raged that night in Trogen competed with the village church, which gave a loud sound every quarter of an hour and was also exhausted on the hour. At midnight, the Church won with first four and then 12 strokes. Going to bed early was punished. At 3 a.m. at night, the weather won with a violent clap of thunder. Suddenly sitting in bed straight as a candle actually does exist.
Nevertheless we went on the next morning quite relaxed. By the way, my son hadn't noticed anything of the nightly spectacle.The track today was pretty relaxed. Two vigorous short climbs were everything. Accordingly, we were in Appenzell early, where we first stopped and had lunch to avoid the hotel saying "your rooms are unfortunately not ready yet".But back to the track. The weather gods meant well with us again. It was very cloudy, but the sun peeked out from time to time. The distant view was limited by the mist, but we still had great views of the Alpstein massif and its highest mountain, the Säntis, our big stopover.Otherwise we were very surprised that we kept seeing small fields of snow at an altitude of about 1000 m. We hadn't expected that at all and we questioned our goal of scrambling around on the Alpstein massif, but also backwards until we should meet an expert. It could also be remnants of hail showers, as Werner wrote to me (see below).It is also worth mentioning that we have now fully entered the area of the cows and goats. Both species of animals like to spread out on the hiking trails or at the turnstiles that serve as access to the Alps. Sometimes it got so cramped that the cattle smelled our sweat and, completely happy, sacked our arms, legs, T-shirts and pants to soak up the delicious salt. Brrrrr.Appenzell, the capital of the canton of Appenzell Innerrhoden, is very touristy in the interior. The main street was accordingly full and the restaurants were packed. All the houses there are painted very brightly and pleasantly, but on my excursions through this town I saw similar houses in the outer belt that were monochrome and not so brightly colored. Personally, I even liked that better. Otherwise, this town also offers many functional and industrial buildings, including of course the famous cheese factories, but also the brewery that brews a great tasting beer. The river Sitter, which flows through Appenzell, was well filled due to the high amount of precipitation and colored a strong brown due to the sludge that was carried along. It was fun to watch the rapids, especially at the weir.
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- Lutz - Berlin
Finally! My vacation in Switzerland, which I always look forward to anew every year, has begun. Unlike in previous years, this time we went to Switzerland by car, which turned out to be difficult, on the one hand because there is always a lot going on on Fridays on German autobahns, and on the other hand, some federal states started their holidays. We also had to cope with three traffic jams after accidents.But at some point we (my son and I) arrived in Rorschach on Lake Constance, the starting point of our hiking tour on the first 6 stages of the Alpine Panorama Trail. Check in, look for a parking space for the car for the coming week, eat out and the day was almost over. Fortunately, the weather was good for us and we could later enjoy the great evening atmosphere on the promenade and at the harbor. I smuggled a few photos of it into this first hiking stage. For us, they were just a part of it.The actual hike started sobering, namely with lightning, thunder and rain. Luckily the spook was over after a few minutes and we could go into the mountains. Many wonderful field and forest paths, interrupted again and again by small villages, where we always treated ourselves to something if possible. Here an ice cream, there a sausage / cheese salad or just something to drink.
For a long time we were able to look back on Lake Constance again and again. Even if the weather was quite hazy, we enjoyed these moments.
At around 3 p.m. we reached our first stage destination, Trogen, a small town in the canton of Appenzell Ausserrhoden. So there is still enough time to explore this place after a shower and a relaxing drink on the hotel terrace. I was overwhelmed by the diversity and beauty here, even if some of it is a bit old.
So all in all a very successful start.
We are a little worried about the weather, because our great weather apps predict 100% thunderstorms and an equally high probability of rain.
But we defiantly think that these helpers are so often wrong, why should they be right this time.
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- Lutz - Berlin
The invitation to take part in "MitWandern 2021" was the chance for me to fill the last blank space in the state of Brandenburg. I have never hiked in the Cottbus district.
Because the relay hikes are always booked out very quickly, at least in Frank Meyer's area of influence 😉, it has become a matter of course to share the stages with like-minded people.
So there were five of us on the road: Ira, Regina, Frank and Floh accompanied me.We met in Burg, left one of our two cars there and drove the other to our starting point at Cottbus main station. I had no great expectations of this city, hadn't read in beforehand and was accordingly very positively surprised by what this place in the southeast of Brandenburg has to offer architecturally and historically. I will definitely come back and have already planned a new tour through Cottbus including the Branitzer Park.After leaving the second largest city in the state of Brandenburg (only Potsdam is bigger), we went through woods and fields in the direction of the Spreewald. The weather cooperated and gave us wonderful views, lots of beautiful colors and interesting insects, but also a lot of the unpopular contemporaries called mosquitoes.At Papitz we wiped off the suggested route a little and paid a visit to the palace gardens. The castle is currently used by the German Red Cross for a nursing home for the elderly. Overall, a beautiful, very well-kept area, where we sat down on the numerous benches for a small snack.It went on. Werben, our next place, could already be made out from afar by its idiosyncratic church tower of the evangelical community sticking out of the fields. Right next to the church, we sat down in the beer garden of the Hotel Zum Stern for a long time to balance out the sweaty liquids. Gorgeous!Then it went on towards Burg (Spreewald) on field and forest roads. Not all of the dirt roads Komoot had suggested could still be made out. In some cases, it was because of this that we quickly walked through the fields in the hope of being spared ticks in knee to waist-high plants.Burg (Spreewald) itself is a tourist place right in the Spreewald, which was correspondingly full today on a sunny Sunday. Of course, we also had to visit the harbor to watch the hustle and bustle there, but I was not allowed to make another loop (that's what my fellow hikers disrespectfully called my little extra tours 🤪) through the spa and legends park 😅. Understandable. The temperatures had meanwhile climbed to almost 30 ° C.
18 de julio de 2021
- Lutz - Berlin
After a long time again a round with Sascha. For the choice of the route, I was inspired by Jürgen, who suggested a hike from Johannesstift via Kuhlake and Teufelsbruch. We packed a little more Havel and the Jagdhaus excursion restaurant and off we went.
I had already been to the Spandau Forest several times and always came back enthusiastic about these hikes. So it was today, especially since the weather was great and we had also thought of taking the mosquito spray with us.
We parked at 8:00 a.m. on Schönwalder Allee, which was still possible at this time without any problems, and started our tour at the game reserve and directly at the Kuhlake, which we now followed for a long time. Again and again there was a beautiful play of light from the sun on this body of water.
We left the wetland of the Kuhlake with its numerous ponds and ditches just before the Berlin city limits and turned eastwards through the woods on wonderful, mostly natural paths to the Bürgerablage on the Havel. There we stopped at the hunting lodge and refreshed ourselves with a drink before continuing in the direction of Teufelsbruch, a beautiful moorland. Actually, we had planned to walk directly through this area, but only about a hundred meters after crossing a bridge we stopped moving. The area was flooded. So we had to go back and out of necessity circumnavigate the Bruch and then hike back to the parking lot.
All in all, a wonderful route that I can unreservedly recommend.
11 de julio de 2021
- Lutz - Berlin
I had an appointment in Dallgow-Döberitz around noon today. As if made for a stroll through the Döberitz Heath. The start and end point was the train station, which felt like the center of this small town, which is mainly a dormitory town near the Berlin border.
The Döberitzer Heide was used militarily for a long time. At the beginning of the 18th century, the troops of Friedrich Wilhelm I cavorted here. Most recently, the Bundeswehr took over the military baton from the Soviet occupation forces before the area was returned to nature. A large-scale wilderness project of the Heinz Sielmann Foundation, which is unique in Europe, was laid out on around 3600 hectares on the site, which has now been designated a nature reserve.The circular route through the heather is approx. 22 kilometers long. A nature reserve has been set up on the "outer track" and the triple-fenced wilderness area on the "inner track". The path is almost exclusively sandy, sometimes with heavy traffic, sometimes muddy and often exhausting like a beach 😅. Sometimes you have wonderful views over the heathland and then again you walk through pine, oak or birch forests. Occasionally you can also see animals in the wilderness area.Overall, I am torn from this hike. On the one hand, I think you have to see this heathland. On the other hand, 22 kilometers get monotonous very quickly. I found the fences annoying that accompany you all the way to the wilderness area. But the nature reserve is also partially cordoned off by fences, so you have to walk longer pieces through a corridor. I would therefore only recommend a section on the southern side of the heather including the observation tower. A round trip can certainly be developed there.
7 de julio de 2021
- 04:1120,5 km4,9 km/h50 m40 m
- Lutz - Berlin
It finally worked out to go hiking with Jürgen. Since he is almost exclusively out and about with his wife at the weekend and I rarely have the freedom during the week, it took quite a while before a tour together could finally be realized.Jürgen had sent me several rounds to choose from and I chose this tour from Königs Wusterhausen into the Sutschketal. Maybe he should have given me different weather to choose from, then I would have definitely chosen something other than the constant rain that accompanied us today.But even though we got soaking wet, we agreed that it was a very nice lap. Many natural forest paths, some near the lake, were really fun. Some short stretches of road could not be avoided and were quickly done.
Of course we would have liked a few rays of sunshine, especially in the Sutschketal, in order to be able to enjoy the area there even better. On the other hand, you can come back to take a few more photos. Today the camera was mostly tightly packed in the backpack.Let's see how long it takes until Jürgen and I are out together the next time. I would definitely like to do it 😀.With Jürgen you can find the detailed route description and more photos under the following link: komoot.de/tour/406499100
30 de junio de 2021
- Lutz - Berlin
That was an absolute memory tour today. For years we were here in Oberwiesenthal on winter vacation and our son, who accompanied me on this tour today, learned to ski here. So at the beginning of our hike in this city we stopped almost at every corner and wallowed in memories. The next look back was then due on the Fichtelberg. Every departure was discussed. In addition, we both started our first long distance hike together on the Kammweg up here in August 2016.But then the reminiscences were almost over. Our way took the Himmelsleiter with us, a well-known, very beautiful descent through the forest, but then we came to areas unknown to us. But that's not entirely true either, because the next place we crossed Hammerunterwiesenthal, a stop on the Fichtelbergbahn. Several times we drove this little train, which was still operated under steam. It is noteworthy that it is operated as a completely normal railway line under the direction of Deutsche Bahn.
Now we went through fir forests, which still seem intact, to Böhmisch Hammer, a small border town in the Czech Republic, where we fortified ourselves with schnitzel and chicken breast.
Unfortunately the weather changed after our rest and we went the rest of the tour in the rain. Two high-water brooks without bridges had to be crossed and after that our feet were still wet. But we still had an eye for the wonderfully dense forest, which makes you want to continue hiking through the Czech Republic.
After we had "conquered" two more about 1000m high elevations, we reached Loučná pod Klínovcem (Bohemian Wiesenthal), another small border town that apparently lives from the sale of various goods, mainly spirits, cigarettes and textiles.
Now we only had to cross the small river Pólava, this time over a bridge :-), and we were back in Oberwiesenthal.
27 de junio de 2021
- 03:1517,1 km5,2 km/h570 m570 m
- 05:1625,6 km4,9 km/h210 m150 m
- Lutz - Berlin
A new, 6-stage project was tackled today by Regina, Floh, Jörg and me: the castle hiking trail in "Germany's smallest low mountain range", as the Fläming is also called with a wink. Incidentally, the book> Fernwanderwege Deutschland <divides this 150-kilometer circular route into 8 stages. So if you want to be even more relaxed than us ...
We started in Bad Belzig at the train station and immediately left the city in a southerly direction. We keep Eisenberg Castle, located in Bad Belzig, as the icing on the cake of the entire tour for the last stage.Immediately after leaving town we were in the middle of the fields. Poppies, cornflowers and the lush green of the not yet ripe grain dominated the picture and the cameras clicked 😀. Jörg and Floh also determined various other plants and flowers, but as soon as they announced the results of their research, they were already out of my second ear. If only they had numbers ... But luckily you can look at their tour descriptions. In any case, the variety of colors and shapes was wonderful.
Again and again we were offered great views. Now and then we also had forest passages through different forests. Watercourses, lakes, canals or ponds, as you can actually find them almost everywhere else in the state of Brandenburg, are not here. We just crossed the tarpaulin, a small river.
The marking of the path was exemplary. You actually didn't need a hiking app or map. There were enough rest areas, as is usual with quality trails. We found the Gasthof Lehmann in Garrey to be a highlight. Great ambience in the inn, good homemade cakes and pies as well as various warm dishes left nothing to be desired.It can go on like this and I'm already looking forward to the next stage.Regina's tour description: komoot.de/tour/390081670the tour description from Floh: komoot.de/tour/391234467Jörg's tour description: komoot.de/tour/390434140
14 de junio de 2021
- 04:3322,6 km5,0 km/h90 m90 m
- Lutz - Berlin
That was a wonderful Sunday excursion with Kathrin and Thomas in the best weather. It wasn't a spectacular hike, but everything that makes a route beautiful was included: forest paths, little asphalt, lakes, canals, bridges, a little village, a little town, New Venice, a place to stop for refreshments and even "mountains" (Püttberge) . In addition there were the many beautiful conversations about God and the world.
A recommended round.Click here for Kathrin's documentary: komoot.de/tour/379720665
31 de mayo de 2021