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Hans-Peter & Heidrun

GROßE Runde um die Bodden

GROßE Runde um die Bodden

06:16
62.5 mi
10.0 mph
525 ft
500 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
1.87 mi
3.89 mi
5.12 mi
6.62 mi
7.40 mi
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8.75 mi
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62.5 mi
Destination

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Hans-Peter & Heidrun went for a bike ride.

June 26, 2021

Comments

  • Hans-Peter & Heidrun

    The plan for today is as follows: Circumnavigating the Saaler and Bodstedter Bodden including the Koppelstrom.
    One thing first. The Nyon, the Bosch App and Komoot were a well-coordinated team today and the perfect companions. Ribnitz Dammgarten, Kückenshagen, Saal, Neuendorfer Heide, Fuhlendorf and Pruchten are the places up to the pontoon bridge that ultimately leads us over the Meiningenstrom to Zingst. The old Meningenbrücke (swing bridge) is out of order. The 10 o'clock coffee has to wait longer today. The port in Zingst that was planned for this is not the right place for it. Overcrowded and anything but cozy. This task is then taken over by a small, fine baker in the city center. Strengthened, it goes on to the Zingst pier. Here is a similar picture. The hustle and bustle shortens the stop. On the Baltic Sea Cycle Path we reach the pier in Prerow. We continue on beautiful forest paths through the national park to Born. A longer break in the port of Althagen. The usual suspects were there too. You know, fish, isotonic drinks, etc. We continue towards the home port. The adventure ends at the Graal Müritz pier. Conclusion: A strenuous tour, which has everything that Darß and Fischland has to offer. We were completely enthusiastic about it.

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  • StSt aus CB

    Not bad, 'Herr' Hecht 😉

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    • June 26, 2021

  • Romy 🚴‍♀️ 🤸‍♀️ 🚶‍♀️

    What a stretch ... 👍🏻
    Top round ↗️😃

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    • June 26, 2021

  • Hans-Peter & Heidrun

    Thank you, today we're going to try something different. We have observed that here you can also laze wonderfully on the beach

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    • June 27, 2021

  • Romy 🚴‍♀️ 🤸‍♀️ 🚶‍♀️

    🤣 Have fun! 🌊☀️

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    • June 27, 2021

  • StSt aus CB

    "We observed ..." - I have to remember the saying!

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    • June 28, 2021

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Hans-Peter & Heidrun

GROßE Runde um die Bodden