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Bad Nauheim - Garmisch-Partenkirchen 2021

Werner K.

Bad Nauheim - Garmisch-Partenkirchen 2021

Collection by Werner K.



52:19 h

581 mi

26,850 ft

In den Urlaub nach Garmisch-Partenkirchen soll es gehen, da kam mir die Idee mit dem Rad dorthin zu fahren.
Eine Radreise von Garmisch, bzw. nach Garmisch hatte ich schon gemacht, entlang der romantischen Straße.
Diesmal war eine noch unbekannte Route geplant: Odenwald und Schwarzwald sowie das Allgäu wollte ich durchfahren.
Unterkünfte wurden vorgebucht, neue Reifen aufgezogen, auf mein MTB kamen Conti Cross-King 2,2, diese bewährten sich sehr gut auf allen Belägen.
Etwa 20 kg Gepäck wurden im Rucksack und einer Tasche, die am Sattel und Sattelstütze befestigt war, mitgenommen.
Natürlich Werkzeug für fast immer vorkommende Pannen wie defekte Reifen oder eine gerissene Kette, etwas Kettenöl und Ersatzschläuche.
Regenkleidung, Windjacke, Langarmshirt, zwei kurze Radtrikots sowie zwei kurze Radhosen. Ein Parr Radschuhe, leichte Schuhe für den Abend, ich hatte leichte Barfußschuhe dabei, Unterhosen, Unterhemden eine kurze Hose und zwei Shirts für den Abend, noch zwei Paar Strümpfe und es war gepackt.
Nicht vergessen sollte man für die üblichen Helfer wie Handy und Navi, die Ladekabel, zusätzlich hatte ich noch die benötigten Radkarten dabei, ich fahre nicht gerne nur nach Navi, und unterwegs holte ich mir von "Einheimischen" noch ein paar Tipps.
Die Tour konnte starten.

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  1. 1. Etappe Bad Nauheim - Garmisch / Bad Nauheim - Beerfelden

    89.1 mi
    11.8 mph
    2,350 ft
    2,100 ft

    This morning at 8:45 am I started my first stage to Garmisch, what can I say - the weather report was right, a lot of rain.

    So I practically drove through and could only admire what was right on the way.

    In the Odenwald there were some very beautiful sections, especially the path along the Mümling.

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  2. 05:34
    64.5 mi
    11.6 mph
    2,225 ft
    2,525 ft

    The second stage is on - and for breakfast it is pouring rain

    Just in time for the departure it stops and I can go, apart from a shower near Heilbronn it stayed dry

    First of all, you have to climb the Hirschhorner Höhe to get to the bike path, 350m

    it was.

    A wonderful route to drive to Hirschhorn.

    The Neckar

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  4. 06:27
    69.7 mi
    10.8 mph
    2,775 ft
    1,800 ft

    The first km along the Neckar to the mouth of the Enz.

    From now on it went on the Enz Valley Cycle Path to the source at Enzklösterle.

    A really nice route on which the Enz turns from a river to a mountain stream.

    Not to forget the cities of Vaihingen, Pforzheim or Bad Wildbad, as well as the many small

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  5. 07:17
    73.8 mi
    10.1 mph
    5,900 ft
    5,350 ft

    When the weather was nice and still a bit fresh in the morning, we set off to the Enzquelle and the Kaltenbachhöhe, where we had to conquer 350m.

    With a wonderful Black Forest feeling, the way led to Freudenstadt and on to Lossburg.

    I could have saved myself the detour to Alpirsbach with its brewery, a

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  6. 06:14
    72.9 mi
    11.7 mph
    3,550 ft
    4,275 ft

    Started this morning in V-S in the most beautiful weather and after a few km through fields and corridors I got that Black Forest feeling.

    The path climbed up to 1060m, so that I then 'gave' myself the Hochfirst.

    Instead, I made a detour to Lake Titisee and took a break there.

    On the Bähnleradweg to Bonndorf

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  7. 06:37
    79.1 mi
    12.0 mph
    2,100 ft
    2,150 ft

    Again in the best cycling weather, the 6th stage tackled.

    First along the Wutach to the Rhine and then following it up to Constance.

    The tour was monotonous up to Schaffhausen, almost nothing of the Rhine was to be seen.

    After the Rhine Falls, things got much more interesting and Stein am Rhein has a very

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  8. 07:23
    74.5 mi
    10.1 mph
    4,650 ft
    3,325 ft

    First of all, quite relaxed with the ferry to Meersburg and along Lake Constance to Lindau.

    An unbelievable number of cyclists on the way and I didn't even go to the "island", but went to Bad Schachen.

    Then it got down to business and Hm ride on Hm. First up to Scheidegg and in constant up-u. AB to Oberstaufen

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  9. 05:15
    56.9 mi
    10.8 mph
    3,325 ft
    3,650 ft

    The last and most scenic stage was this tour today.

    We didn't actually plan to go via Wertach to the TannheimerTal, but at the regulars' table last night they recommended this option to me and it was worth it, wonderful landscape!

    In Wertach I met two mountain bikers whom I asked for directions, they then

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Collection Stats

  • Tours
  • Distance
    581 mi
  • Duration
    52:19 h
  • Elevation
    26,850 ft

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