Bike- und Wandertouren ab Arnegg SG, klein- und grossräumig.
The temperatures are now quite cool in the morning, so we didn't start until midday, there was still a slight breeze. But the long trousers would not have been necessary anyway...
The majority of the tour is "normal" and not demanding. The Wissbachschlucht, on the other hand, is very cool and very special…
Simple round in search of photo opportunities.
Impressive cloud moods, some mushrooms and something else...
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This was my 888th tour in Komoot, not important but a nice number to look at...
At the "Schnapszahl-Jubiläum" I deliberately did almost the same tour as on my first Komoot tour in February 2019, and also rode the same Bulls bike. But today I was much faster than 3.5 years ago, which is nice at my age.
After the night's heavy rain, just a simple, fairly brisk tour on mostly good roads and paths. But it had already dried quite well.
Rode my Bulls.
Since the weather was fine, we did a "hose patching test round" and it worked.
An easy loop on Sunday morning/noon.
Despite dense clouds, no sun and a cool 18-20°C, we enjoyed our Sunday tour, this was the longest tour for my wife so far 👌
Short organic Türli, with 5/8 clouds and strongly fluctuating 25-34° C. Treated to a fine Kreafine fruit ice cream on the way (the best ice cream in the area, see Highlight).
Extraordinarily beautiful round in very hilly terrain, with a distance of over 100 km and an altitude of over 2000 m, in combination my greatest tour I have ever done.
I started just before 7 a.m. I had only planned about 80 km and 1900 hm, but because I was doing very well, I improvised towards the end…
A very nice tour in Thurgau and partly in St.Gallen. A good mix of tar, gravel and single trails, just the way I like it.
After the shower came the dark clouds and the first rain, so well done with a timely start.
Just a round, nothing special today...
Medium-sized round in the Fürstenland between Gossau and Wil. The journey to Wil is rather easy, but the way back from Wil has a number of beautiful trails.
After the rain, the weather was very nice again and getting quite warm, the paths were completely dry again.
With hazy morning weather and slightly cool temperatures, only a rather short lap today.
Adventurous trail at the 7 streams from km 4.68, approx. 1 km long, see the highlight there for details.
On Saturday morning we made a tour to the famous Waldegg. At 11 a.m. we were already back, until then the heat was bearable.
After the light rain in the morning, I did this morning lap afterwards, with quite a few clouds and before the coming afternoon heat.
I have already done this tour in spring, but not with a shortcut because of the rain. So today the whole round, but in the opposite direction.
Afternoon photo tour to the biotope, where there are quite a few dragonflies and frogs. I got a lot in front of the lens, which is not that easy and also needs luck.
Lenses 180 resp. 300 mm on Crop DSLR, detail enlargements.
Information about dragonflies:
Today we did a Sunday trek in the footsteps of a tour of our son. The loop was very nice, and my wife's best tour so far, she did a great job (she only started biking 2 months ago after retirement...).
Before the weather changed, we did a simple lap around noon. At the café afterwards at home it started to rain... fortunately two pubs had host Sundays on the way...
The beaver educational trail along the Thur in the Oberbüren-Niederbüren area has been renewed, with very good information boards:
Easy round to break in my new lightweight hiking boots.
We also encountered dragonflies, but they are difficult to photograph with a mobile phone. 2x hats still halfway worked.
Link to dragonflies (very interesting):
Beautiful ascent round to Lake Constance and back. Therefore, logically, a lot of people on the go. Battery consumption 89%. Very nice variable cloud moods.
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