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Fahre gerne Rad, gerne auch mal übern Berg...
Dabei zeichne ich viele der Radtouren und Wanderungen auf, aber ganz sicher nicht alle (wenn ich z.B. mal schnell in Halle unterwegs bin).
Ansonsten interessiere ich mich für alle Aktivitäten, die Outdoor möglich sind, wie Wandern und besonders Kanufahrten (habe früher Kanu-Slalom trainiert). Kanu könnte ev. auch eine Rubrik hier bei komoot werden!
Sonstige Hobbies: Kultur, Kunst, Musik, Fotografieren...
Ich stamme aus einer Zeit, wo es noch völlig normal war, per Karte zu planen. Dank früherer Motorradaktivitäten bin ich auch ziemlich sicher in der Navigation per "Erinnerung". Komoot ist nun für mich ein Helferlein bei Radtouren und Wanderungen. Man findet schon vorab viele Wege, die man sonst vielleicht gar nicht benutzen würde...
Ich habe inzwischen die schöneren von meinen alten realen Touren per GPX-Import zu den "Gemachten" hinzugefügt. So existiert jetzt eine gewisse Ordnung. Wenn man die jetzt noch an ihr richtiges Datum schieben könnte...In einer komoot Vorgängerversion gab es die Funktion "Notiz" für Beschreibungen. Das war sehr gut, schade dass sie weggefallen ist. Man kann nun zwar auch Kommentare oder Highlights hierfür nutzen, ganz glücklich finde ich das aber nicht.
Bei meinen Touren also immer noch die Kommentare lesen, meist gibt es hier eine Beschreibung!
... or is it called ...?
no matter - a small program change:
Since tomorrow it is supposed to be totally stormy, we have already undertaken this relaxing tour today.
By S-Bahn to Leipzig-Wahren, to Auensee and relatively easy on the embankment of the Luppe + white Elster to Halle. In a few places it was muddy (but really only a few) + you had to climb over smaller branches. The rest is almost completely flat.
Towards the end, the beginning of the storms could actually be felt
Hace 2 días
So that it doesn't degenerate into laziness, I got on my bike again on Sunday afternoon, in the most beautiful weather. So the group became even bigger than first thought.
The biker lady from Göttingen met me at Brachwitz, so I was able to join her tour (remaining kilometers).
But what I hadn't thought about, it's been getting dark in time lately - the lamps were of course at home.
Hace 5 días
the first piece (6.5 km) to the bike shop is missing, I forgot to switch it on. The second piece to the car wash in Südstadt is then saved.
Of course a little detour until then, I had some time + the weather was also ideal for a tour.
So out into the countryside, in the autumn, the route developed in principle only while driving (+ then all by itself)
To the north of Halle, past the Oppiner airfield to Brachstedt. From here a nice path to the Abatassinenberg, an interesting porphyry hill - not very high, but a mountain with a few nice trails.
Kütten and the Postbotenweg to Petersberg. Ridden various ascents and descents here (up, down, because it was so nice, another way up and down again).
In the forest, the forest enterprise has done a great job again, some paths are totally furrowed (but always scold the mountain bikers)
Oh yeah + and afterwards again across the hall to the car wash ...
7 de octubre de 2021
Relaxation excursion in very nice autumn weather,
it was about the Goitzsche near Bitterfeld.
In 1998, the flooding of the former opencast mine began, and in 2006 the lake should be completely filled. But it went much faster when a dam broke during the Mulde flood in 2002. Within two days, the lake ran well above the target level + partially flooded Bitterfeld.
Today, many people suspect nothing of this, many new residential buildings are already being built directly on the north bank ...
If you are already there, you should definitely go to the Bitterfelder Bogen (also to get a few meters in altitude), of course because of the view.
Tip for biker ladies:
This is (probably) the highest observation tower in Saxony-Anhalt that can be accessed by bike
6 de octubre de 2021
Placeholder ... Photos are yet to come ...
I thought I'd get it done faster. But it took me forever to get back into Halle. From the west everything is full of construction sites. In addition, additional closures were set up for the celebrations for the Day of German Unity.
So everything had to go through a single eye of a needle and in the end I stood around for a mere hour for the last kilometer ...
3 de octubre de 2021
- Denis M.
On October 3rd it went from Nordhausen to the Brocken and back (annual trip). On the way there, the route led along the former inner-German border. A commemorative trip, so to speak. On this year's tour we were 6 participants.
It was quite stormy on the Brocken and so we didn't stay long.
It was a nice ride 😁🙋♂️
3 de octubre de 2021
a relatively quiet tour from Naumburg to Halle
Take another look + take a few photos - I also wanted to take another look at the Rödel near Freyburg.
But first of all, at the vineyards above Saalhäuser to Fürst-Heinrich-Stein, enjoy the wonderful view over the Saale valley.
From there to Rödel, a special highlight today: I actually met the wild horses (Koniks). It's always totally fascinating, suddenly the herd is in the area. The horses are really deeply relaxed, if you behave calmly, you can easily walk through the group.
On to Freyburg, Zeddenbach, Schweigenberg ...
oh yes, it was also about testing the 12-speed gearshift (today also on somewhat longer + more violent climbs) - it is getting better and better
Through the Gleinaer Grund we went to Müchi, Geiseltalsee and the usual route towards Halle.
It wasn't completely calm, however, the very strong wind (mostly from the side) made sure of that. Sometimes it was an art to stay on the bike.
and then the speedometer shows 644 Hm today.
23 de septiembre de 2021
Today something interesting and instructive:
there was a guided hike through the cultural landscape of the Salzatal community.
The 7 km went partly over paths that I had already ridden many times by bike, partly also some that I did not know yet. The exciting thing about it is that the leader of the hike described the changes in the environment over many centuries (partly since the Slavic settlement). And so it became clear how the landscape has changed as a result of human intervention - large areas that are now arable were once forests, on the other hand, a number of former forests are now arable areas. One place (where I was always wondering how they were getting on with the tractor because of the slope of the field while cycling) was even the Lieskau vineyard.
In addition, there are a number of places where, for example, lime, clay (the clay holes) but also coal were extracted from the ground + also changed the landscape again.
Marc writes at one point in his highlight: "Church ruins Lieskau" - here we were told that the ruins were the remains of an old lime kiln (one path is also called a lime kiln). I cannot resolve that, I have too little idea about that, and that's why I leave it here.
18 de septiembre de 2021