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RobertO

Información sobre RobertO

"Gib jedem Tag die Chance, der schönste deines Lebens zu werden" - (Mark Twain)Meine Wandertouren unternehme ich meist im Kölner Umland oder auch in der Stadt selbst. Die Touren plane ich über Komoot oder nehme auch an geführten Veranstaltungen des Eifel-Wandervereins teil.

Distancia

2.743 km

Tiempo en movimiento

483:00 h

Cronología
  1. RobertO planificó una caminata.

    Hace 4 días

    04:39
    17,7 km
    3,8 km/h
    150 m
    150 m
    A Carsten le gusta esto.
    1. RobertO

      Tour by Simone 🚲🥾 at komoot:
      Wahner Heide 🌾+ Aggeraue 💦
      komoot.de/tour/639478900?ref=itd

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      • Hace 4 días

  2. RobertO hizo una caminata.

    Hace 5 días

    A Keith, MoRi y 128 más les gusta.
    1. RobertO

      The chapel hike leads 42 km through the Pleiser hills and connects a total of 12 chapels on its way. You can go through the round in one "slip" or split it into three tours.Two weeks ago, I hiked a large part of the KapellenSchleife 2 with Selma (komoot.de/tour/627166187). I liked the hike very much, so I also made the other two loops.
      Fields, meadows and pastures - this is how the chapel loop 1 can be described in short. There are a total of 3 chapels along the way, in Heisterbacherrott, Vinxel and Rauschedorf. In addition to the chapels, I particularly liked the Lauterbach valley, with its beautiful landscape of meadows and streams.
      The lap has a certain amount of asphalt and is therefore probably not for everyone. With the best drizzle 😬, however, I found it pleasant to at least be able to experience an almost "mud-free" hike again.further information:
      siebengebirge.com/index.php/wandern-radfahren/13-wandern/81-kapellenschleife-2-doerfer-kapellen-obstBAU-2

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      • Hace 5 días

  3. RobertO hizo una caminata.

    10 de enero de 2022

    A markusSupertramp, Tina y 135 más les gusta.
    1. RobertO

      After seeing Lisa and Charly's “Gateway to the Eifel” in deep snow (komoot.de/tour/629655997) at the weekend, my hiking destination was of course immediately clear. Except for a few leftovers and a rather sad snowman (or what is left of it), there was nothing left with the white splendor. Since I really like the Rheinbacher Wald and the region, I was by no means disappointed.The tour is basically a combination of the Tomburg circuit (9.8 km) and an older Tippeltour by Peter Squentz (issue 7/1994), which I ran many years ago. Since there was no Komoot or other GPS aids at that time, everything was “old school” according to the brochure.The starting point is the hiking car park at the Rheinbacher Waldkapelle. The first destination is the Tomburg ruins, a mansion built on the volcanic cone of the Tomberg around the year 900. Due to a checkered history with many owners, only one ruin is left today. What is worthwhile, however, is the view from Tomberg over the Drachenfelser Ländchen and the Kottenforst to the distant Siebengebirge.You then continue through a beautiful mixed forest to Hilberath and the aforementioned "Gateway to the Eifel". The view of the Eifel and the mountains of the Ahr valley fascinates me again and again. Via the village of Berg, it goes back towards Rheinberg. Again, there are always great views to enjoy.
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      • 11 de enero de 2022

  4. Selma y RobertO hicieron una caminata.

    6 de enero de 2022

    A Keith, ALLY y 88 más les gusta.
    1. Selma

      The tour suggestion comes from the Kölner Stadtanzeiger and is largely based on the Siebengebirgs Kapellenschleife No. 2.siebengebirge.com/index.php/wandern-radfahren/13-wandern/54-kapellenschleifen-wandern-vor-ortIt starts at the "Maria zum Frieden" chapel in Sandscheid near Oberpleis. The chapel is one of 5 chapels along the way (unfortunately not all of them were open).
      Its foundation stone comes from the parish church of St. Pankratius (built until 1120) in Oberpleis, which once belonged to the Siegburg monastery as a probation church.
      All in all, a varied tour that we enjoyed.
      Many thanks to RobertO for the nice company 😊!
      The plan to run largely mud-free didn't quite work out. 😆
      Every now and then we got lost while chatting, or "Ms. Komoot" made confusing announcements.
      Something is wrong with the average speed. Even if we have to take out the photo breaks, we weren't that fast and we didn't run off the track either😉.

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      • 8 de enero de 2022

  5. RobertO hizo una caminata.

    3 de enero de 2022

    A Huromo, Werner y 135 más les gusta.
    1. RobertO

      Some things are simply closely associated with Cologne, including the Zimmermann café and the legendary Havana cake. The café was opened in 1911 by Wilhelm Zimmermann and Anna Schütt as an Art Nouveau café on Herzogstrasse (near Schildergasse). Noble marble, precious mahogany woods and hand-painted textile wallpapers made the café an exclusive place back then. The company's founder, Wilhelm Zimmermann, spent his honeymoon in Cuba with his wife. After his return, he created the Havana cake to commemorate this wonderful time, consisting of a special cream and nut meringue bases. The secret family recipe has been passed on from generation to generation since then.In 2001, with a heavy heart, the family had to give up the location in downtown Cologne because a complete renovation would have cost millions. At the current location in Junkersdorfer Kirchweg, the tradition of the confectionery family is now being successfully continued in the fourth generation, much to the delight of cake lovers.The tour itself starts again very close to the stop line 18 in Hürth Efferen. Through the Cologne city forest, you continue over the Decksteiner Weiher to the Adenauer Weiher. You should always plan enough time on this section of the route to observe the water birds. Along the Jahnwiese, past the Turner monument, it goes over the Statthalterhofallee to Junkersdorf. Incidentally, this avenue is also a beautiful summer stretch. At the end of the avenue, turn right to Kirchweg and the aforementioned café.
      further information about the cafe: gastrotipps.de/cafe-zimmermann-thomas-schuett-e-k_dvhqrf

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      • 3 de enero de 2022

  6. RobertO planificó una caminata.

    29 de diciembre de 2021

    03:38
    14,3 km
    3,9 km/h
    40 m
    40 m
    1. RobertO

      Tour of 🚶‍♀️Irma 👣 at komoot:
      December 27, 2021 Neuss. Seeing again with the Erft
      komoot.de/tour/615927780?ref=itd

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      • 29 de diciembre de 2021

  7. RobertO hizo una caminata.

    27 de diciembre de 2021

    A EifelFranke, Dirk.🅱️ y 123 más les gusta.
    1. RobertO

      At the suggestion of the Rommerscheid Citizens' Association, a themed trail was developed in collaboration with the city of Bergisch Gladbach, which is reminiscent of the composer and conductor Max Bruch (1838-1920). Max Bruch was closely associated with Bergisch Gladbach and was made an honorary citizen of the city in 1918.

      Most of the circular hike leads through the Strunde valley. The starting point is in the Bergisch Gladbach city center, then via Rommerscheid to Herrenstrunden, where the Strunde rises. Incidentally, the Strunder Bach was once called the "busiest brook in Germany". Over a length of around 20 kilometers and a difference in altitude of 200 meters from the source to the mouth, up to 50 mills were formerly powered. Many relics of this pre-industrial time are still present today or want to be rediscovered.
      The path is signposted throughout with clearly visible stickers, which make it easy not to get lost even without a route guidance. Beautiful forest paths alternate with partly asphalt farm roads.more details:
      ich-geh-wandern.de/max-bruch-weg-durchs-strundetal

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      • 28 de diciembre de 2021

  8. RobertO y Sus hicieron una caminata.

    21 de diciembre de 2021

    1. RobertO

      After a forced break due to a muscle injury, we finally went back to nature. The route was a perfect fit for the "re-entry" and the day was also optimally chosen in terms of the weather ☀By the way, Susanne knows the region well and was able to give me many interesting explanations about the Laacher See volcano and the surrounding area. So I found the so-called "Mofetten" very interesting, gas bubbles that bubble up on the east bank of the lake. The Laacher See volcano, the youngest in Europe, did not go out 13,000 years ago, it is just sleeping, so say various volcanologists.Afterwards there was still time for a short detour to the Benedictine Abbey of Maria Laach. In addition to the medieval monastery complex, it is definitely worth visiting the sculpture park, which is part of an art blacksmith's shop. The nursery on the monastery complex and a bookshop are also worth a visit.@Sus, thank you for choosing the tour and the nice hiking guide. I had a lot of fun.I wish everyone a Merry Christmas!

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      • 22 de diciembre de 2021

  9. A Gerd von Brühl, Carsten y 8 más les gusta.
    1. RobertO

      Peter 🌿 tour at komoot:
      Eifel National Park: Einruhr, Dreiborn plateau, Victor-Neels-Brücke and Urfttalsperre
      komoot.de/tour/598762900?ref=itd

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      • 15 de diciembre de 2021

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