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Dream-Team on Tour - An Tagen wie diesen... 09.09.2020

06:30
12.0 mi
1.8 mph
1,975 ft
1,950 ft
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Tour Overview

Starting Point
221 yd
0.82 mi
1.19 mi
2.05 mi
2.06 mi
3.48 mi
4.00 mi
4.59 mi
4.96 mi
5.35 mi
5.75 mi
6.33 mi
6.91 mi
7.51 mi
7.87 mi
9.03 mi
9.58 mi
10.3 mi
11.0 mi
11.4 mi
12.0 mi
Destination

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Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden went for a hike.

September 9, 2020

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  • Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden

    For some contemporaries, days like this are days to celebrate or to be celebrated.
    However, I am a little allergic when such hype is made around individual people. But especially when it comes to my own person.
    Without further ado I put the dishes on my Philia and went on a wonderful day tour with her.
    A tour that I have planned for a long time, but have repeatedly postponed due to the warm temperatures or other circumstances.
    We started in Pfeffingen. From there up to the Böllat, the ultimate panoramic mountain of the Albstätter mountains. From Böllat we descend into the Wannental and continue to hike to the Zillhausen waterfall. Unfortunately, due to the drought, this only carries minimal water. For Philia, however, it was enough to refresh.From Zillhausen it goes back to Strichen, through wonderful orchards.
    Paint yourself, is a dreamy Alb village, in the midst of beautiful orchards and pastures. This is where the fox and the rabbit say goodnight.
    From Strichen, the very hidden Jägerwegle leads steeply up to the Hundsücken. Up there you have wonderful views of Balingen and the Black Forest. However, the path is very exposed and narrow in places. Not that easy with 50kg temperament as an accompaniment.From the back of the dog it goes on to the Irrenberg, and along the eaves to the Zitterhof.
    From there, it's not far to the Eyach spring. Unfortunately, I only saw that dogs are not allowed to bathe there when I was walking on. It's a shame actually.
    We finally return to our starting point via a beautiful path above Pfeffingen, through a beautiful juniper heather.The tour runs mostly on beautiful hiking and farm roads. Partly without signs or waymarks. And I couldn't resist a few “off-road” sections. 🙈🙈🙈I'm a little annoyed with Komoot at the moment. 😠😠😠
    For 2 days I have been struggling to upload my pictures. Again and again some are missing or the next attempt some will fall out. Sometimes 1/3 of the pictures are missing.

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    • September 10, 2020

  • AnHei

    In any case, the pictures that are left are beautiful and very successful. Hopefully we'll see the rest too 🙂

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    • September 10, 2020

  • Eva🐴

    It's a nice and interesting tour that I'd like to run too. And: happy birthday 😊🥰

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    • September 10, 2020

  • Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden

    Thank you Eva. 😀😀😀
    If you go, make a detour to Burgfelden, to the cemetery church.
    Maybe you are lucky and it is open. The ancient paintings are worth seeing.
    I built it in on my last tour.
    komoot.de/tour/t252861013?ref=atd

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    • September 12, 2020

  • Joachim Bodmer

    Hello Jörg, great hike! I've already gone there in this area, but not yet like that. I will soon lace up my shoes again and go after them. In retrospect, happy birthday 🍾🥂🎂👍🏻😃

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    • September 12, 2020

  • Eva🐴

    Thanks for the tip😊

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    • September 12, 2020

  • Rusty

    Jörg, best birthday greetings from me too! 😍👍
    You have given you a very nice and extensive tour today. 🙂

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    • September 17, 2020