Hiking Highlight (Segment)
Marianne M. went for a hike.
February 15, 2020
When I left the S1 near Hochheim and went through the underpass, the friendly light "woke me up" in the most pleasant way. Very nice.Contrary to the weather forecast, the sun showed up as it rose. Initially accompanied by half a moon. It was cold - the landscape was covered with a fine layer of frost.Since I had been on the observation tower at the Main port a few months ago, I actually wanted to go past it. Especially since I feared that the metal grid of the steps could be smooth in the weather. But then the view from up there enticed. I was not disappointed. So beautiful.When I reached the maw rue I realized that the mist I had seen from a distance, which I initially thought would dissolve, would rather surround me for a while. Or even for the rest of the hike? As far as this hike is concerned, one thing is remembered: Mainz is in the fog.As the hike progressed, we went further south, and over the hours the sky turned blue. I liked that. However, I will do this or a similar tour again if everything is leafy, or next time I will orient myself on the RheinTerrassenWeg (see below in the comment).To the sky scraper: Since I had read under the relevant highlight that someone wrote in September that it looked different there was no way to walk, I only planned a section of the tour. I definitely wanted to take a look at it. More is described under the highlight.I saw the markings on the RheinTerrassenWeg several times, and decided to follow it on another occasion. After a short research I now know that the route is 75 km long. I either go on one of the long summer days or split it up into two hiking tours.Info on the RheinTerrassenWeg:The following link contains all information on stage proposals, connections to train stations, sights, etc.rheinhessen.de/rheinterrassenweg
February 16, 2020
Again a great performance and beautiful photos.
Nice long tour. Thanks for the tip with the Rheinterrasseweg. 👍 Very nice pictures! My grandmother always said: "Don't save on the filter."
Thank you very much!
Fine tour! Thank you for the great highlights that you brought us through the camera lens! I am always amazed by the really beautiful motifs. Is the spider web real? That looks amazing! Great choice.
Your pictures are uniquely beautiful 👍 and the routes you take are the HAMMER! Superwoman! 😁
Thanks for the great text and pictures. I have not yet known the Rheinterassenweg. Thanks for the recommendation and link.
👍 Great tour!
Hi Marianne, I read in one of the comments about your tours that you also use a "real" camera on the way. Does Komoot use the position data in the images to assign it to the relevant waypoint? I ask because I have not yet figured out how modified photos (editing, filters, etc.) are assigned to the positions in the track. Thank you in advance! LGs
February 17, 2020
Hi Stephan,Since my camera has no GPS, Komoot assigns the images to the positions based on the recording time. Or in other words: if the date and time on the camera and the cell phone / Garmin / whatever are set correctly or match, the position should fit quite well.As long as I edit my recordings with "Microsoft Photos", for example, the metadata of the images are retained and are correctly assigned to the tour.Kind regards - Marianne
Hi Marianne, thank you! I had never thought of this option. But yes, the timeline for the tour is always displayed. 👍 LGs
Hello Marianne,once again you took a very interesting tour and duly documented it in words and pictures. Thank you for sharing it with us.Since my wife is from the Mainz area, we come there occasionally. I particularly remember Laubenheimer Höhe. We were in the restaurant last summer. The view is great - the prices too. Here I drank the most expensive bottle of mineral water in my life. But it was super delicious - almost incomparable. ;-)Roughly corresponded to the price of 2 boxes of branded MiWa.So you can be provided with lasting memories.Greetings - Rainer