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Von Schleswig nach Eckernförde Wanderung 05.08.2020 16:15

03:31
21.2 mi
6.1 mph
1,325 ft
1,375 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
0.85 mi
1.22 mi
1.58 mi
2.02 mi
2.55 mi
3.94 mi
5.64 mi
6.11 mi
6.67 mi
7.53 mi
8.31 mi
9.70 mi
10.7 mi
11.8 mi
12.3 mi
12.7 mi
13.2 mi
13.7 mi
13.8 mi
14.5 mi
16.4 mi
17.0 mi
19.0 mi
19.8 mi
21.2 mi
Destination

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Karin Kreutz went for a hike.

August 5, 2020

Comments

  • Karin Kreutz

    First by train to Schleswig. It is very cloudy and very windy. At 35km, therefore, good conditions. And the sun should still come!
    Via a bypass, past Gottorf Castle, to the harbor, to the cathedral, which is currently being renovated (become a church window sponsor). Lucky, the door is open and I can take a quick look. The cloisters are particularly interesting. Through the Holm, past the monastery, on a cycle and hiking trail. On the right one could always hear the loud shooting on the practice area. Then followed paths through forest, corn fields, reeds and grain. With the strong wind, the surfers were in their element. Along the Füsinger Au then onto Schleidörfer Straße. Again through corn fields, at least 2 meters high, to Burg and from there to Missunde. Take the ferry for 60 cents and then cross the steep coast of the Schlei. Surfers and bathers in wonderful weather. Burning sun and hardly any shady paths demand a lot: to the Bültsee nature reserve and then a road run on the B76. After a good 2km Windebyer Noor. Very informative route, well accepted by cyclists, but beautiful. To the train station in Eckernförde ... 5 minutes too late ... 1 hour wait and back home at 8 p.m. after 35 km.
    Conclusion: good tour, sometimes longer roads, interesting and instructive display boards. Recommendable!

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    • August 6, 2020

  • Simona

    Great route👍. I have also hiked many sections lately, but bit by bit 😉. Madness, I thought at first that you went on a bike ride😃. I was at the Schlei a few days ago, it was wonderful 🤩.

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    • August 6, 2020

  • Karin Kreutz

    @ Simona
    I walked 35 km, the other is a straight line .... instead of saving, I pressed continue. Whenever you want to go too fast.
    The loop is very much! beautiful.
    I enjoyed it very much, but it was also quite a long way

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    • August 6, 2020

  • Michael wandert 🌄

    If I had gone there two days later or you two days earlier, we would have been able to share part of the way. But you've probably already noticed that. A tip: you can trim a tour afterwards. The straight line looks ugly. You have to pay respect to the overall performance.

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    • August 10, 2020

  • Karin Kreutz

    Hi Michael,
    Yes, of course, I saw that we went the same way. Were both at the selfipoint ...
    Corrected the tour on the PC today. It doesn't work on a tablet or smartphone, does it?
    Of course I didn't know that. It's nice when you get such tips. Thank you so much!

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    • August 11, 2020

  • Michael wandert 🌄

    Hello Karin,
    The correction does not work on the go via the app.
    I am happy to pass on tips - please.
    I've just sent Komoot a long list of suggestions for improvement. Some functions in Komoot always annoy me when I am using the app to document or upload pictures from the camera.

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    • August 11, 2020