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Wolfstein, geh mal Eis holen!

Wolfstein, geh mal Eis holen!

04:27
13.1 mi
2.9 mph
2,500 ft
2,425 ft

Tour Overview

39 yd
0.51 mi
1.03 mi
1.79 mi
2.29 mi
2.35 mi
2.50 mi
3.34 mi
4.42 mi
4.43 mi
5.32 mi
5.33 mi
5.73 mi
6.51 mi
7.45 mi
8.05 mi
8.41 mi
9.37 mi
9.38 mi
9.95 mi
9.95 mi
10.3 mi
10.4 mi
10.7 mi
11.1 mi
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11.5 mi
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12.0 mi
12.1 mi
12.2 mi
12.5 mi
13.1 mi

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Manggongjai and Hunsbuckel went for a hike.

April 25, 2021

Comments

  • Manggongjai

    During the week I looked around in Hunsbuckel's tours treasure chest and came across Wolfsheim. 14.3 km and 530 m.
    Since I wanted to do a test run with a full backpack (see below), the length and altitude were not enough for me, so drill a little.
    Oops, 1100 m ascent and 27 km, were too much of a good thing, so I tried it again
    and designed our tour for today!
    There are plenty of free parking spaces in the middle of Wolfsheim, we decided on
    the parking lot in the diving valley!
    Get out of the car and it was easy to climb the mountain. After about 300m, Komoot showed an incline of almost 30%, here I thought it was today
    Could be really fun with a 10kg backpack!
    After 1.7 km it became a little flatter for the first time, up to this point we had percentages between 13 and 22%! Once at the top, it went on to the Laufhauser Weiher and the associated ponds
    Refuges!
    Next up was the VCJM hut.
    From here it went up again to the Königsberg summit 568m. From this point on, the meters in altitude had to believe in it again until we reached the furthest point of our tour. Here I actually only wanted to avoid the gravel path and since one or two parallel paths were drawn further up on the mountain on the map, I chose this one!
    Well, to get to this we had to overcome a path that was buried under masses of leaves, trees that had fallen due to windbreak and had an average gradient of 25-28%! When we finally got to the junction, I asked Hunsbuckel if we didn't want to go all the way up!
    I couldn't persuade him to do that! "The paths are overcrowded and nobody goes here"
    Grinnnnnnnnnnnnnnns!
    It went on, this time on slightly sloping terrain to the approach to the Leienberg,
    which offered the first real view of the day and was unfortunately overcrowded!
    It continued with 15 to 17% to the summit 520m!
    Done, apart from one or two small exceptions, it went downhill from here.
    Now there was still a tunnel, unfortunately walled up except for a small opening, a small, unfortunately dried up well, the Blue Halde (well with a pond and
    the Dümmler Hütte on our way.
    From the Dümmler Hütte the path became a single trail, so that the last few kilometers to the Alt Wolfenstein castle ruins were entertaining.
    After another 1000m we reached the second castle ruin of the day, Neu Wolfenstein,
    Of which, however, not much can be seen except for the foundation walls!
    In Wolfsheim we took a look around the old town, the few nice ones
    old half-timbered houses to offer!
    On the way to our cars, we discovered an ice cream parlor right next to the town hall!
    Backpack in the car and let's go ........
    Backpack: 1.96
    Sleeping bag: 1.09
    Tent: 1.52
    Floor: 0.22
    Pegs: 0.16
    IsoMatte: 0.50
    Rain cape: 0.38
    First aid: 0.45
    Solarstr. : 0.50
    Water: 1.50
    = 9, 87 KG
    greeting
    Klaus

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    • April 25, 2021

  • Angelika &🐅

    Oh dear heaven, what kind of tours you guys do, you two are insane 😂😂. You don't want to go up the Alps, you just want to go to the Palz. I would say test run passed 🙏👏👏

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    • April 25, 2021

  • Manggongjai

    @ Angelika, actually it was half as bad as it looked. The 10 kg with the rest (hygiene items, food, a change of clothes, another 2.5 liters of water, etc.) will be 15 to 17 kg in the end and one or two stages offer a little more km than our tour today!
    LG Klaus and get well soon for your knee

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    • April 25, 2021

  • 🅰️ndrea

    Great "test passed"
    Pack the rest and off you go
    What kind of tent do you have?
    on 2 or 3 days the backpack becomes heavy then the body has got used to it and everything is easy!
    have fun both of you 🙂

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    • April 26, 2021

  • Manggongjai

    This is the Trek Escape 1 (1 person) it allows you to sit upright at 118 cm height

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    • April 26, 2021

  • 🅰️ndrea

    Manggongjai Danke!

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    • April 26, 2021

  • Manggongjai

    The tent is also available for 2 people Escape 2

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    • April 26, 2021

  • Angelika &🐅

    Ah, I was thinking, where's the food and clothes 😳. 17 km is neat, so I understand that you are practicing properly. I'm curious when it starts and even more about your reports 🙏

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    • April 26, 2021

  • MTB-Olli

    Nice tour .. as always 👍

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    • April 30, 2021

Manggongjai

Wolfstein, geh mal Eis holen!