Lukas Blomquist

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5.454 km

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1018:48 h

  1. Lukas Blomquist salió con la MTB.

    Hace aprox. 20 horas

    62,1 km
    20,5 km/h
    670 m
    670 m
    A Marianne, Ewa und Christof y 36 más les gusta.
    1. Lukas Blomquist

      In this wonderful summer weather we went through green cornfields to Fort Oberer Kuhberg near Ulm and then down to the beautiful Danube. If you follow this a bit and turn eastwards you will reach the impressive Koster Wiblingen. This magnificent building in baroque style with a wonderful church has a library room that is absolutely worth seeing. If you consider that this former Benedictine abbey was founded 928 years ago, absolute madness ...
      Now follow the Iller to Oberkirchberg on the left, then on the eastern side until you cross the Iller again at Vöhringen to get to the Tränke bathing lake below the Illerrieden. You can relax and cool down wonderfully at this lake with its well-tended green area.
      You have now reached the southernmost point of the tour and enjoy the return journey via Dorndorf, Steinberg and Unterweiler. If you like, you can stop off at a nearby tavern.
      Now you cross the Danube, pass Einsingen and return to Blaustein and Herrlingen via Harthausen.
      What could be nicer on a summer day than enjoying nature and cooling off in the lake - a dream.

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  2. Lukas Blomquist salió con la MTB.

    Hace 3 días

    1. Lukas Blomquist

      On this sunny and summery Sunday, we went on a neat and relaxing tour first from Herrlingen to Bollingen and past the beautiful church on the outskirts.
      From Bollingen to Tomerdingen there is a very straight path over the plateau. After Tomerdingen you reach the beautiful forest, pass the Hohlen Fels and can follow this path westwards almost to Scharenstetten. Here you pass the motorway again, cross the next forest and get on the way to Bermaringen.
      I find this path appealing because it leads to a game reserve and through very beautiful fields. From Bermaringen it is now only "a breeze" to get to the Weidacher hut. Here, when open, you can take a break and have something to eat.
      Then it's off to Weidach and from there down the path to the little Lautertal. This is a dream in itself.
      Now you get back to the starting point of the tour to Herrlingen.

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  3. Lukas Blomquist salió con la MTB.

    2 de junio de 2021

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    1. Lukas Blomquist

      Today, under wonderful sunshine and warm temperatures, we first went by E-MTB to the Alb over very beautiful field and forest paths past Bollingen and Tomerdingen.
      The next destination was Radelstetten. From here you can get to Reutti if you drive north. As always, I try to avoid the places myself and drive past them.
      After a short time, the first crosses the tracks of the Amstetten-Oppingen narrow-gauge railway, over which a museum railway now runs. The route used to run as far as Laichingen.
      To the northwest is the destination of today's exit - the Vögelestal. There is a good parking lot for hikers with a barbecue area.
      On the way back I drove past the Oppingen-Au glider airfield. Shortly before Oppingen you cross the narrow-gauge railway again at Oppingen station. This is where the now passable route of the museum railway ends.
      Then it went through Oppingen, Scharenstetten and Temmenhausen. There are some crossings over the autobahn to get back to Herrlingen, passing east of Bermaringen.
      The nature, the smells, the weather made this excursion an ideal start to the long weekend.

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      • 3 de junio de 2021

  4. A Anne, Gerd Wegscheider y 88 más les gusta.
    1. Lukas Blomquist

      From Herrlingen today we went by bike along the beautiful cycle path in the Blautal, parallel to the railway line and the allotment gardens, from Herrlingen to Ulm.
      Through the Weststadt you get to the Adenauerbrücke, which you can cross by bike, near the Ehinger facilities. From here it went on to the Iller, over the Illerbrücke and then to Wiblingen.
      In the forest south of Unterweiler I looked for the "disappeared village". First I passed the Rennbacher Weiher. Here are old "homeless" collected old boundary stones from the area.
      Then you come to a sign pointing to the no longer existing village "Witzishofen", which was abandoned in the Middle Ages. All that was left was the chapel and cemetery. If you follow the “Käppelesfeld” sign from here, you will come to a field on which a large cross reminds of the chapel, which has now been demolished.
      After this beautiful tour of discovery, the journey continued to Donaustetten and across the fields past the Erbach airfield to Wernau. From here it is not far to Einsingen, Ermingen and through the forest back to Blaustein, Herrlingen.
      A wonderful round, especially the forest above Altheim was great.

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      • 1 de junio de 2021

  5. Lukas Blomquist salió con la MTB.

    31 de mayo de 2021

    1. Lukas Blomquist

      At the beginning of the week, in bright sunshine, we went with the E-MTB on beautifully developed paths, initially via Klingenstein through the beautiful forest towards Markbronn. The excellent path with great views then led past Erstetten. Above Ringingen I allowed myself a little dangling into new fields, a wonderful piece of forest with a very well developed path. We continued in the direction of Pappelau. Here a path leads east towards Sotzenhausen. If you turn right beforehand, you will get directly to Höllental. If you follow this to the north you come to Beiningen. Then you can drive past the large quarry and then get to the Blautal. From here a busy path leads to Arnegg and then back to Herrlingen.
      A very nice lap to get muscles used to cycling again.

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      • 31 de mayo de 2021

  6. Lukas Blomquist hizo una caminata.

    30 de mayo de 2021

    7,35 km
    5,3 km/h
    70 m
    80 m
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    1. Lukas Blomquist

      Already very early on Sunday morning from Beuron Abbey along the Danube. The dew is still on the grass and the fog is rising from the fields.
      A wonderful path runs parallel to the river. The monastery looks particularly attractive in the early sunlight.
      High rocks accompany you on the hike. After a while you get an excellent view of Bronnen Castle.
      The following hiking trail was created by the Albverein in 1901.
      Various caves adorn the large limestone cliffs. We visited a very narrow one - a very nice shelter.
      Well and then came the hunter's house. There should actually be a Jägersteig here, with the help of which one could cross the Danube. I thought.
      Nothing to see of the helpful and necessary building. Hope flared up at the sight of a small boat, but unfortunately no help was in sight. Two brave joggers took off their shoes and began to wade through the river. The water rose higher and higher until a hollow came and the first jogger sank into the water up to his navel. Both well watered happy and healthy reached the other bank.
      But for us it was said: The mother of the porcelain box is careful (we didn't have any dry things with us either).
      Reluctantly we turned our backs on the rushing Danube and started on the same way home. For the first time in our hiking career that we had to go back the same way.
      A look on the way back to the high memorial temple and especially at the end of the path to the magnificent monastery compensated for the unsuccessful crossing of the Danube.
      The beauty of this area is really unique.

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      • 30 de mayo de 2021

  7. Lukas Blomquist hizo una caminata.

    29 de mayo de 2021

    1. Lukas Blomquist

      On a sunny Saturday, we climbed steeply from the parking lot at Beuron Abbey towards Wildenstein Castle.
      The forest is once again gorgeous green. The wind is still a bit cold at the time of year.
      Already on the ascent you can see the mighty cross of the Petersfelsen
      Halfway up you will be rewarded with a wonderful view of the monastery. On the way you pass a small cave and a picture of the Virgin Mary, which is attached directly to the steep rock face.
      The wonderful path through the forest leads past a beautiful viewing platform. You even cross the border from Austria to the Fürstenberg Fürstenturm - if you had lived before 1803.
      We continue to the exhibition charcoal kiln, which shows very vividly how charcoal is (was) made. You can let cool water run over your hands at a nicely landscaped fountain.
      Then you reach Wildenstein Castle via a parking lot, a mighty structure with an insanely high bridge and a nice castle tavern.
      After a refreshing ice cream, it’s then down the mountain to the rock gallery, a mighty natural spectacle consisting of overhanging rock walls arranged in a semicircle. A cave can be seen above this.
      A few meters further comes the next cave - madness.
      The path continues along the valley over a beautiful bridge over the Danube. From here you can once again look wonderfully at Wildenstein Castle.
      After some time you will reach the St. Maurus Chapel, which is well worth seeing.
      From here a path leads up to the Benediktushöhle. A young man is said to have lived here for three years. A very steep and dangerous path leads back down into the valley and then along above the railroad tracks.
      It is very nice to follow the game trail, which leads through two small tunnels and is very romantic. Then it goes a short distance parallel to the road and then over a beautiful bridge to Beuron.
      Here you can take another look at the Petersfelsen and enjoy the view of the magnificent monastery.
      This valley is really fantastic.

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      • 30 de mayo de 2021

  8. Lukas Blomquist hizo una caminata.

    24 de mayo de 2021

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    1. Lukas Blomquist

      An apparently simple hike today turned into a real exploration trip.
      The start was in Kirchen near Ehingen. First it went from the parking lot up the mountain in the village to the north. We then turned east on a nice path. After we passed a cave, after some time we came to what was supposed to be the only highlight of the route - the Fuchstörle. This is a bridge made of rocks - remnants of an ancient cave system.
      After taking a few pictures, we descended the zigzag path into the valley and discovered an old hiking sign with the inscription "Wolfsloch". Unfortunately this pointed in the direction from which we had come. Curious, we followed the signpost - 200m away - a breeze.
      We found a lot of holes - but not the wolf hole….
      So without further ado a little researched and found that the wolf hole had to be a small cave. And there: another sign. But this pointed completely in the opposite direction.
      Now the ambition was awakened. Across the forest - over felled trees - through bushes - stooped - slipped - crawled.
      And there it was: the Wolfsloch - ok - nothing really special - a large cave-like shelter in the rock. But we found it. We felt like explorers. Mission completed.
      The time was advanced and we still had a lot to do. Let's go. We continued into the valley, parallel to the country road, past an old boundary stone and past the Mühlen parking lot. After a few minutes we became aware of the “rock stables”. A rock overhang used by the hunters from the (Old) Stone Age as a shelter and resting place. How cool is that ...
      From here the path leads up the mountain and past the famine on the plateau, which we skipped today. We continued on beautiful paths through the forest and along the edge of the forest, here with fantastic views.
      At the end the paths meet again and you can comfortably hike back to the starting point.
      What a wonderful adventure.
      P.S .: please do not follow my GPS tracks at Wolfsloch (too dangerous) - it is better to try to find the old forest path from the old sign in the forest.

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      • 24 de mayo de 2021

  9. Lukas Blomquist hizo una caminata.

    23 de mayo de 2021

    1. Lukas Blomquist

      After one of the last big rain showers on Sunday morning, it was time to take off your armbands and put on hiking shoes.
      From the parking lot near the campsite at Machtolsheim, after a few meters, we walked along the long valley. So far, I only knew this route well from bike trips. I was excited about everything you can discover while hiking. In addition to the beautiful vegetation, I discovered the stations of a “vitaparkours” (fitness trail). Then I passed a wooden hut with a barbecue area.
      Then I turned towards the meeting book. Here a wonderful landscape opened up to me with wonderful flower meadows. Dreamlike.
      Treffensbuch itself is a small place that I already know and appreciate from my bike trips. The small church (St. Christoph) at the end of the village was built in 1142 and is one of the oldest churches in Württemberg.
      I followed the path towards Berghülen. After a while I reached the heap. I almost walked past this sight. That would have been a shame, because the Albverein Berghülen maintains a wonderful place with a cave and a very large bee hotel and rest benches. A real oasis of calm.
      Since there was little water on the Alb plateau, holes were previously made to catch rainwater. This is called a "cave".
      From here there was a nice path along the forest and on the plateau back to the parking lot.
      A nice round through beautiful nature.

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      • 23 de mayo de 2021

  10. A Genusssportler53li, Didier y 89 más les gusta.
    1. Lukas Blomquist

      Starting from the hiking car park near Weißingen on the Danube bike hiking trail, we first went through the small town. The weather was nice, finally no rain cloud in the sky. The meadows are in strong green and are strewn with wildflowers. After a small meadow path at the end of the village, you come to a wonderful small, densely vegetated path. After a while this leads to the Weißinger and then to the Unterelchinger See. The adjoining former Unterelchinger quarry pond was transformed into a biotope as early as 2000.
      After a not so nice stretch along the cycle path on the country road, you come to the Schützensee. This is very nicely laid out and invites you to swim in summer, just like the following Riedelsee.
      The path now leads back into the densely overgrown forest directly to the Danube. A beautifully maintained hiking trail awaits you here. The Danube itself is an experience.
      You can leave the path again later in the Au forest and follow an interesting path that leads past the “Professoren Weiher” and the Dorngehau Waaghausweiher.
      In the end I ended up back on the Danube bike trail that led me directly to the parking lot.
      A varied tour through forests and past lakes - fantastic.

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      • 22 de mayo de 2021

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