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Zur Remser Bastei 🚲

Zur Remser Bastei 🚲

03:28
28.7 mi
8.3 mph
1,475 ft
1,475 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
2.20 mi
2.23 mi
3.69 mi
3.83 mi
3.87 mi
4.18 mi
5.48 mi
5.51 mi
5.55 mi
6.34 mi
6.37 mi
6.54 mi
7.08 mi
10.5 mi
12.7 mi
13.8 mi
13.9 mi
13.9 mi
16.6 mi
16.7 mi
16.9 mi
17.0 mi
17.7 mi
17.8 mi
18.2 mi
18.9 mi
20.4 mi
21.4 mi
22.2 mi
22.5 mi
25.6 mi
26.2 mi
26.2 mi
28.7 mi
Destination

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LOradler went mountain biking.

April 4, 2021

Comments

  • LOradler

    Easter tour to the Remser Bastei. I started the Leitental and Muldedeich to Schlagwitz almost to myself. The route I then chose towards Waldenburg is more of a hiking trail. So push is hip. There was a mass migration through the Green Fields Park, others would say Demo😳. Well, the weather beckons. I was alone on the bastion. Unfortunately, I can't understand when you drag tea lights and a disposable grill up there that you don't take your rubbish back with you. Unfortunately, I don't have a bag with me, but I've picked up everything and at least put it in a wind-protected rootstock. Maybe one of you is thinking of a garbage bag. I had the idea to return via the Glänzelmühle. Then I preferred to go out onto the street. Only at the end of the park did I turn back into Bachtal. The rest of the way back was promising farm roads. A successful Easter tour.

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  • Johannes 🥾🚴‍♂️

    Class round from you, I had already thought you are digging your way on the hiking path to the bastion, is better on foot, at the bastion something should be done in terms of the railing [or is it already?] Pictures with EOS or system camera? v G

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  • LOradler

    There is no railing yet, and the trunk in older pictures has also been cleared. I took the pictures with my cell phone today. Thank you Johannes.

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    • April 4, 2021

  • Heiko

    Thumbs up from other people's trash. 👍Really bad as it looks in most forests and parks

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  • Sven Hollstein

    Nice tour of you 👍 and strong of you that you collect garbage, I don't understand why other people dispose of their garbage in nature
    A little tip from me, you can also drive to Oberwinkel to the grain silos in front of Ebersbach and there on the left to Callenberg there comes a beautiful valley to Callenberg. Have a nice Easter.

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  • LOradler

    Thank you 👍🏻

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    • April 4, 2021

  • Frederico & KibaLy

    Good act! I always find it terrible when I find garbage everywhere. Partly on really difficult hiking routes, which unfortunately means that there are other hikers. I don't understand how you enjoy nature on the one hand and then leave your rubbish behind. Everyone has a backpack or bags.Fortunately there are people like you 👍🏽

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    • April 7, 2021

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Zur Remser Bastei 🚲