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Stormarnweg - Tag 2 Lütjensee - Bargteheide

05:41
17.7 mi
3.1 mph
1,500 ft
1,475 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
100 yd
2.23 mi
2.81 mi
3.29 mi
3.48 mi
4.29 mi
4.89 mi
5.25 mi
6.29 mi
7.26 mi
7.79 mi
8.40 mi
8.76 mi
8.79 mi
8.93 mi
8.93 mi
9.95 mi
11.1 mi
11.5 mi
14.7 mi
15.0 mi
15.6 mi
16.8 mi
17.4 mi
17.7 mi
Destination

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Karin Kreutz and Michael wandert 🌄 went for a hike.

October 6, 2020

Comments

  • Karin Kreutz

    After a good meal yesterday evening at
    Forsthaus Seebergen and a restful night, we continued early on the Stormarnweg. But after a few steps the rain jacket had to be put on. Past huge properties with beautiful gates, we went through forests and fields on forest and asphalt paths.
    Even in the nature reserve Hoisdorfer Teiche there were no animals in the rainy weather.
    A narrow path led past a nursing home in the middle of a very beautiful park with a quiet place on a bench.
    ... if it was summer now ...
    Through a residential area where excavators are currently clearing away the old trees to make room for an apartment building.
    Continue on narrow paths, over the motorway, through a forest that protects against rain, to Großhansdorf.
    I meet "Michael wandert" in a cafe.
    We hike together on this day and lively exchange ideas about our hikes. The rain has also stopped in the meantime.
    In Ahrensburg we take a look at the castle. The old watermill right next to it has been grinding the grain for the Ahrensburg Castle and the surrounding area since the 17th century.
    Over a railroad bridge, a train just happened to come for my photo.
    Further through forest and fields, with deer in the paddock.
    Slowly the hunger showed up, and the universe gave us a bench for lunch. :))
    Many interesting conversations made the time entertaining, because Bargteheide was already reached. Over a cup of coffee we looked back on the tour before both went back home in the opposite direction by train.
    Despite the initial rain (which I like) we had a nice day. The hike is recommended.

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    • October 7, 2020

  • Michael wandert 🌄

    At the beginning of 2019 I already went this piece. At that time I wrote: "The section was not spectacular. No ups and downs, nothing exciting to report." This time I found this section of the Stormarnweg much more interesting. Above all, it was entertaining. I met Karin at the bakery in Großhansdorf - and off we went. I was allowed to accompany them for a stage on their hike on the Stormarnweg. With good conversations we were in Bargteheide in no time at all. That was a nice tour.

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    • October 7, 2020

  • Jan

    Would you recommend the Stormannsweg overall?

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    • October 11, 2020

  • Karin Kreutz

    Hello Jan
    Yes, I can recommend the Stormarnweg.
    Tomorrow I will do the last of the 5 stages and then reach Lübeck. Take a look at my stages again.

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    • October 11, 2020

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