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Bernd

P25 Kleinalmerode

P25 Kleinalmerode

02:59
8.42 mi
2.8 mph
1,075 ft
1,025 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
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Los geht es im Uhrzeigersinn auf dem P25 Kleinalmerode
Entlang der Grenzsteine…
0.26 mi
0.26 mi
Klatschmohn und Wicke
0.71 mi
0.87 mi
Ein später Maikäfer
Naturgarten
1.59 mi
Aussichtspunkt…
… Schäferberg
1.88 mi
1.88 mi
Buchholzfelsen
2.13 mi
2.45 mi
Wüstung Hungershausen
2.70 mi
2.75 mi
Was sollen diese leeren Drohungen und Verbote?
3.19 mi
3.48 mi
3.58 mi
Himbeer(g)eis(t) zum Frühstück 🎶🎶🎶
4.63 mi
4.88 mi
4.94 mi
4.97 mi
5.23 mi
5.57 mi
5.57 mi
… der hier gerade noch da war.
Hier geht der Bach verloren…
6.13 mi
6.13 mi
… am Tinyhouse.
Mittagspause…
Unsere Wandergruppe
Mittagspause zu Ende
6.50 mi
6.57 mi
6.62 mi
6.73 mi
Hier gibt es nicht nur leckere Kirschen
6.76 mi
6.91 mi
6.99 mi
Steinpilz
Respekt!!!
7.12 mi
7.51 mi
7.84 mi
7.84 mi
7.84 mi
8.02 mi
8.03 mi
8.19 mi
8.21 mi
8.42 mi
Destination

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Bernd and 3 others went for a hike.

July 18, 2021

Comments

  • Bernd

    Today it was the turn of Premiumweg 25 Kleinalmerode. We started clockwise at the sports field at 9:30 a.m. and walked around Kleinalmerode to the north. The path led again and again to Kleinalmerode and through before the path led to the Buchholzfelsen to Hubenrode. Here the path mainly goes through

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    • July 18, 2021

  • Andrea P

    With some P paths I have the feeling that the length of the route has to be reached and therefore small "detours" are drawn.

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    • July 18, 2021

  • Bernd

    Hello Andrea P

    Yes, you can't avoid this impression here either

    Strictly speaking, this is not necessary, because the paths would be quite charming even with shorter distances. Faster, higher, further is somehow a social trend. Well, it's not that wild here, because we all mainly want to enjoy 😊

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    • July 18, 2021

  • Andrea P

    I'm also happy about every kilometer outside 😁

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    • July 18, 2021

  • Mechthild Rast

    A very nice description of the hike.

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    • July 18, 2021

  • Bernd

    @ Andrea P:

    Absolute approval!

    @Mecke:

    Thank you, 😎

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    • July 18, 2021

  • Christian

    Nice description. Of the premium hiking trails in Frau Holle Land, I also had that on my screen. However, it looks like your other recommendations will get priority after all. Thanks for that. 👍🏻🙂

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    • July 19, 2021

  • Bernd

    Hello Christian

    Please do not get it wrong: We walk the premium routes as they fall at our feet. Up to now we have not really been shipwrecked on any of the paths, each path has something special. Hike the P25 at the time of the cherry blossom. But those who enjoy fantastic views will find what they are

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    • July 19, 2021

  • Christian

    All good. It doesn't wander away, the way. And in the end it will be hiked, if maybe for the cherry blossom - a good idea.

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    • July 19, 2021

  • AnneK

    It's not about making kilometers, but simply showing beautiful corners, paths and paths! Anyone who wants to can shorten it and extend it too! It doesn't always have to be spectacular!

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    • August 10, 2021

  • Sven

    Bernd, nice tour and I fully and completely agree that this premium trail to the cherry blossom is better to hike. I exactly agree with you and I am somehow glad that I am not completely alone with my impression that this path is not really spectacular like some other P-paths.

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    • August 11, 2021

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P25 Kleinalmerode

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