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Unterweserweg - Tag 4: Von Loxstedt nach Drangstedt

Unterweserweg - Tag 4: Von Loxstedt nach Drangstedt

05:30
16.4 mi
3.0 mph
225 ft
225 ft

Tour Overview

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Heinrich Luden Gedenkstein
St. Marien Kirche in Loxstedt
2.71 mi
Johannis der Täufer Kirche in Bexhövede
3.01 mi
3.16 mi
4.60 mi
Markierungszeichen... hier mal an den Baum angepinnt
5.10 mi
7.40 mi
7.98 mi
Seekanal zum Sellstedter See
8.68 mi
Da kommen wir her...
...und so geht es weiter... das grenzt an Mentaltraining!
9.03 mi
Dann doch lieber erstmal eine Mittagspause...
9.43 mi
10.3 mi
10.9 mi
Die Geeste
12.0 mi
12.4 mi
Schwein gehabt...
...diese Schweine haben nicht nur einen großen Stall...
...sondern auch reichlich Auslauf ins Freie 😀
14.4 mi
15.6 mi
Froschlaich
16.4 mi
Destination

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Andreas.Serenity4u and Bine.Serenity4u went for a hike.

April 12, 2020

Comments

  • Andreas.Serenity4u

    Day 4 of our hike takes us from Loxstedt via Sellstedt and Elmlohe to Drangstedt. Unfortunately, this stage runs largely over asphalt or paved paths along country and side roads. Since this section also runs straight ahead in some places over several kilometers without offering the eye variety, these sections have something of a mental training.Nevertheless we managed to experience and capture very nice moments.But the most emotional moment was certainly the one at the Johannis der Täufer church in Bexhövede, where the church came out to people to celebrate Easter in Corona times (see also my comment at https: // www. komoot.de/highlight/137851).

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  • Andreas.Serenity4u

    Marking signs:
    The Unterweserweg is marked by a yellow directional arrow, partly outlined in green.
    This hike is part of our two collections:
     "Unterweserweg"
    komoot.de/collection/921717/-unterweserweg
    "Cuxland, Osterholz and Rotenburg (Wümme)"
    komoot.de/collection/918921/-cuxland-osterholz-und-rotenburg-wuemme

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    • April 12, 2020

  • Ag🅰via

    These long straight lines without a "highlight" (if they do not represent one yourself 😉) are really exhausting and you are only confronted with yourself 😇.
    But the eye for the little things is sharpened.
    I would not be able to walk this distance on foot.

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    • April 13, 2020

  • Andreas.Serenity4u

    @Agavia: I can only agree with you there. At least we had really nice, warm weather. With yesterday's weather (7 to 8 ° C and constant fresh breeze headwind) the tour would have ended differently ...

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    • April 14, 2020

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Unterweserweg - Tag 4: Von Loxstedt nach Drangstedt