Runde zu den Drei Eichen
Bettina went for a hike.
May 3, 2020
Actually, I just wanted to run a nice, small lap .... I just started running and struck a bit through the thicket (which looks like a path picture 1-6 from m756) to find the way and then had to do it again turning back. There is no way there and you don't come across any ... 🙄And then up to 21% slope to get out of the three oaks again - no, it wasn't planned that way ... 🤷🏼♀️No matter, I was in the forest and it was nice to be alone most of the time. Only at the beginning, shortly after the junction to the non-existent path and then when I came out of the forest I met people. 😉
In my map the path ends exactly where it ended for you and the path you should have encountered should have been in the immediate vicinity. Well, detours expand local knowledge 😉
May 4, 2020
Good morning I often take such paths 🙃 or just none mehr
May 5, 2020
@ werner-k: well, I also thought that I would have to come on the larger, white marked path, so I went further through the thicket, but none came and when I then, after I turned back, on the Erzlochweg was running, the marked path (next to the Malteserbrunnen stream) should actually have come across the Erzlochweg, but it did not - so I see it that this path is not available 🤔 (it always happened that paths no longer) are available ...) Which card do you use?
@Mo:… nice that I'm not an “erroneous runner” alone! 😆👍🏻🙋🏼♀️
I always aim for the next largest city 🙃🤣🤣🤣
I use the topographic maps of the State Surveying Office (unfortunately sometimes very outdated) and the OSM maps. In my opinion, they are the best, because there are still no old ways that no longer exist. But I also stumbled through the undergrowth with my calves scratched. Is one of them.
We have already tried the "way". Soon gets lost in the creek bed.Then climbed the slope to the left until there was another way.Since then, we no longer rely exclusively on komoot for first ascents, but compare the planning with the Garmin maps and occasionally with Google Earth. But this usually only brings something with wide paths or above the tree line.
May 6, 2020
@Telcontar: I had already sighted the slope for a short time, but then I remembered my tour to the Kälbelescheuer and thought, if this is going to fight through a steep, never ending, steep climb - no, then rather turn back ... and turn around something goes against the grain… 😜
"Reverse is stupid".I don't like doing either. But since a wild 40 m slide over a blackberry slope I only want to do experiments when someone is there. My hiking partner is not one of the hesitant types🤠, but you can at least help yourself.
Exactly, it is a little more reassuring for two 👍🏻😉
May 9, 2020