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Ich bin gerne draußen an der frischen Luft - am liebsten in der Natur fernab jeglicher Autostraßen oder sonstiger künstlicher Lärmquellen. Ab und zu begleitet mich meine Frau. Das sind die besten Momente! Stadtgeschichte und Stadtplanung begeistern mich, insbesondere die Entwicklung der jeweiligen Infrastruktur. Außerhalb der Städte versuche ich, alte Bahnlinien oder die Geschichte der jeweiligen Wege und Gegenden zu erkunden. Und natürlich Natur und Ruhe genießen!Das Urheberrecht © für alle von mir hier im Rahmen der Tourendokumentation oder zu Highlights geposteten Fotos und Texten behalte ich mir ausdrücklich vor, eine Verwendung außerhalb von Komoot.de bedarf meiner schriftlichen Zustimmung.Bei Komoot seit 28. September 2018. Als "enge Freunde" im Sinne von Komoot zähle ich alle, die ich persöhnlich kenne oder über Komoot kennenlernen durfte.Seit Anfang des Jahres 2021 bin ich auch aktiv bei OpenStreetMap (OSM) und gleiche die Erkenntnisse meiner Touren mit der Datenbank ab.
6%: could have a spicy beer that refreshes the throat after a strenuous tour. Until then, however, there are still 6% of the way ahead of us - just.The response from the community to our hiking event is, to be honest, stunning - we did not expect so much interest and encouragement. Many a word of thanks has already been written. I would like to point out once again that it is worth looking through the tours in the Collection, because there are plenty of suggestions for creative, curious, open-minded hiking and being on the move. Some really made the proverbial a lot of fun out of it.Steff picked the first blueberries in the fog on Rennweg (komoot.de/tour/422299731) and Rolf was able to complete the last stage in the Allgäu Alps because of. Mastering bad weather only in the second attempt, but then terrific (komoot.de/tour/429067622). These are the first and last of 75 stages that are now available in one go or will be completed in the next few days. In between there are tons of kilometers and unforgettable hiking moments that are connected to each other, mostly virtual but readable on the map, sometimes with personal connections.There is now almost a week for the lookup and we still have 8 open stages. That is 210 km of the planned 3,420 km, i.e. 6% of the distance - it can't be that wild! So here again at a glance the offer of our "Resterampe" or actually very special tours for committed walkers, because some of them really have it all:Schleswig-Holstein: E005, E009, E010
Ore Mountains / Vogtland (Saxony / Franconia / Thuringia): E076, E081, E082, E084In the "Thank you tour", komoot.de/tour/426933856, you will find the current water level for open stages clearly listed and the links to the doodle lists.
Hace aprox. 14 horas
- Scout Jens
After a long cup of coffee on the balcony at home and the arrival of the ordered T-shirt for the outstanding hiking event “MitWandern 2021”, I went for a walk to the old town hall in Wolfartsweier, which I wanted to take a closer look at. The successful culmination of this small undertaking, in which, of course, new things were discovered. So far I haven't had the service tree on my screen, e.g. as a fruit tree. It shouldn't be more today. It was really very humid too.
Hace 2 días
- Scout Jens
I have been looking forward to this stage of the MitWandern 2021 event for a long time. I was allowed to help plan and after this stage remained free for a long time, I signed up and a friend immediately agreed to go with me. An unknown area with a well-known company. And at the same time as part of the biggest relay hike to date, not launched by, but with Komoot. 🤗A tour through nature with Östringen and Zeutern as potential refreshment points and places with a long history. The stopover didn't work out because we hadn't made a reservation. The pandemic has left its mark. We looked a little like beggars or vagabonds who were being chased away.The area, however, is wonderful! The change from forest, meadow, fields and water holes is simply beautiful. ♥ ️
I liked Östringen a lot. The reed sand quarry was worth seeing! It's good that we made this detour. The Rennweg Cave shortly before Zeutern was very impressive. High loess walls with numerous bird burrows and apparently over 100 species of bees and wasps. Not only unsurfaced, but actually overgrown with a species-rich meadow.
Since we still had hope of a nice stop, we went to the old fisherman's house and deviated from the tour again. The restaurant was closed because they wanted to (or had) a big wedding. My guess is a lack of staff. The working time laws must of course be complied with. Even if a lot has to be made up for now.The beautiful landscape accompanied us in our conversations. Still, I had to take some photos for later editing at OSM. These photos will be deleted after completion. So here too the rough version first.I am now looking forward to the rest of the tours. Did we make it together? Have you completed all 159 stages after all?
18 de julio de 2021
- Scout Jens
I hiked from Schriesheim to Weinheim because of the train connections.
There's a lot to talk about, but it's late and tomorrow will continue. So just briefly: It was really fun to explore an area completely unknown to me - as always. Only there were three castles, wonderful forest (and then the one with the old exotic ones), great views, beautiful towns and an interesting encounter with three men from the:
### Marie Pit ###
In winter the pit is reserved for bats. Closed during pandemics. At the moment (July 2021) construction work is taking place on a tunnel. Therefore still closed. Members of the Association for the Preservation of the Pit could not tell me how long the work was going to take. But you were happy to have your photo taken in front of the large information board. The one on the far left organizes the tours.
An attempt is currently being made to drain a tunnel.
Incidentally, the dismantling was not particularly successful here. Especially at a later time when it was hoped that lead and silver would be found in larger deposits.Weinheim is so beautiful that I have to look at it again with Ina. The show garden, the city, the exotic forest and the castle. That'll be close for a day 🤔😁Some tips on highlights are still missing and the photos of the Windeck ruins are still there. Otherwise I only have a few changes to do with OSM this time. I'll do that next week or so. But for that I need the photos.
So here is something like the rough version of the tour.Well planned migratory fish! 🙋♂️
17 de julio de 2021
- 00:554,93 km5,4 km/h0 m10 m
- Scout Jens
From July 16 to 18, 2021, komoot's largest relay hike to date will take place.
There are still a few stages left and it will start in two days. So take a look here and sign up: komoot.de/tour/381093527
The final route was planned a little differently by Komootlers than Jan originally thought. Take a look at the collection and use the doodle pages to find out which ones are still available.It would be nice if the route was still completely occupied and then hiked this weekend. It doesn't get too warm 😉I took the tour here mostly by phone with the business phone in one hand and the private one for Komoot and photos in the other. It's good that it didn't rain. Another hand for the umbrella would not have been available.
14 de julio de 2021
- Scout Jens
The Neptune Fountain was discovered by Tom for Komoot. I had never seen this one before. Even if I have passed and driven a hundred times at this point. That was a welcome reason for a little walk in my home area today. I also visited the memorial stone for a 25-year-old Italian woman who was desecrated and murdered in 1987 during a Tina Turner concert. And that in my Karlsruhe ... not possible!
I was still able to discover some details, including an oasis of calm (within the Adenauer Ring (!)), Where a cyclist had already put up his hammock. Insider tips in the city are probably rather rare.
I realize: It will be some time before I know every corner of my home. I will probably never know everything and that is a good thing. The drive for further exploration will not be lost.And something always changes. This is how the stadium takes shape and makes you want to visit when it's finished. Third division? No matter ;-)
11 de julio de 2021
- 03:4315,2 km4,1 km/h170 m510 m
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We take the S-Bahn to the end station Bad Herrenalb and change to the X63 bus to Dobel, where we get off after a ten minute bus ride near the church and enjoy the wonderful, cool air.
The path soon leads us into the forest, which we can enjoy almost the whole tour after a downpour in the night. On the European tour, I take on one state bank after the other. Only Sweden is occupied and left out.Then the forest with all its facets is the motif of my choice again. Until we come to the Volzemer Stein natural monument. An extraordinary dump made of red sandstones right next to the hiking trail. We can finally see it in person. Out of consideration for Ina (slight tick phobia), I refrain from making a detour to the "small Volzemer Stein". To my delight, Ina suggests exploring an undisclosed path a little further away. The path ends in nowhere, but we manage the few meters to the planned path effortlessly and we are happy about the small piece of "forest up close".This is followed by a stretch over wide summer meadows with other state banks. And then we're back in the forest again. This really inspires me today. The crumbling tree stumps on which new trees, mushrooms, grass, etc. are growing, catch my eye today. But also dead trees that act as natural insect hotels, climbing aids and eye-catchers.
The day is rounded off with a walk around the monastery grounds and a stop on the terrace of a restaurant. Then it's back to the train station via the spa gardens. Although I only took a few photos today, 83 of them came together in the end. Where are they? You are there, I was able to select you for the respective highlights. Maybe not in the cloud, but above the clouds? Let's see if the support can still help. I would be glad.Until then, I have decided that all state banks will "remain in place" as a highlight. Actually, I wanted to reduce to three or four selected ones. Now I've added some information about the state in question. You never stop learning ;-)
11 de julio de 2021
- Scout Jens
The business meeting in Durlach was a welcome reason for a cozy, small round. Not done (I couldn't take the time) but experienced. Generously around Durlacher Allee by bike. Avoiding the major traffic axes. This turns necessary errands into a leisure event. 🤗
9 de julio de 2021
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I had planned a short tour to the Rhine. Only a high water level was detectable at the oil port. The level in Maxau was only one centimeter above the "reporting threshold". So not really high water, but enough to ensure beautiful sights and flooded paths in front of the main dam. I took a look at the Belle (also the old mouth of the Alb).The rain radar, which has often been of great help to me, was of no use today for rain forecasts. So I was surprised by the rain shortly before the Rheinblick restaurant. After a strengthening, it went on and at the Andreasbräu there was still something to eat. Pleasant temperatures and not humid. So I first tried to expand the lap a little (failed because of the technology). So I kept looking carefully at the map to come back. There was still something to see and another path to explore.At some point I just followed my nose. The play of clouds in the sky towards the west fascinated me. I didn't associate it with myself ... Then a stronger wind came up, it got cool quickly and the sky opened its floodgates. I escaped to the train station in Weingarten, where I took a train soaking wet.And then ... Sometimes the technology is already useful: Ina had an eye on the rain radar and weather app and knew where I was using Komoot's live tracking function. She called to let me know that a hot bath is waiting for me at home. <3More highlights? Yes: the pedestrian lights on the main road near Stutensee Castle, a young duck in the Heglach and the first sunflowers!
4 de julio de 2021
- Scout Jens
I once planned the Schneebachtal for a warm summer day. Today was the day. Not really in expectation of snow we started in Bernbach (home of chipmunks) and so we took the bus up the last few meters. So we were right in the cool forest and that's exactly how I get Ina on a hike in these (muggy) times.Mining of red sandstone, historical borders (states Baden / Württemberg; occupation zones France / USA), a story of manslaughter in the forest, old wayside shrines, mills, meadow irrigation. Those were the topics next to the forest. This was the main thing today and it only disappointed me with a long forest path in the sun (it just came from behind).
Otherwise we were allowed to experience forest in all forms today. Dense / light, young / old, managed / as a protected forest, with very different trees - but always wonderful, fascinating and energizing.I dared a little additional loop based on the topography found on site and so we finally passed the Totemannstein without extra meters. The oldest boundary stone in Ettlingen. Legendary and high as a human being.Ina's critical comment: One of the most beautiful hikes <3
3 de julio de 2021