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Coriander

Unbesohlt durch Wald und Grund

Unbesohlt durch Wald und Grund

05:07
12.8 mi
2.5 mph
1,175 ft
1,150 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
233 yd
0.72 mi
0.81 mi
0.90 mi
1.50 mi
1.56 mi
1.58 mi
1.68 mi
1.75 mi
1.83 mi
1.92 mi
2.25 mi
2.35 mi
2.44 mi
2.47 mi
2.49 mi
2.73 mi
2.73 mi
2.75 mi
2.85 mi
2.87 mi
3.10 mi
3.39 mi
3.66 mi
4.09 mi
4.53 mi
4.91 mi
4.96 mi
4.98 mi
5.90 mi
6.24 mi
6.66 mi
7.17 mi
8.33 mi
9.70 mi
10.4 mi
10.5 mi
10.6 mi
10.8 mi
10.8 mi
10.8 mi
12.8 mi
Destination

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Coriander went for a hike.

August 8, 2021

Comments

  • Coriander

    Without shoes per:The shoes cannot get dirty and wet 😂, you are closer to the ground, after a week of rain the feel of the soles of your feet is great 😏 dirty feet are easy to clean and dry, so you can step into every puddle and mud hole without excuses , barefoot you are slowed down and more attentive to everything that lies on the ground or moves, barefoot should be healthy 👍Cons:Stepping on a slug because you looked up is .. um .. takes getting used to, broken glass annoying, who wants the sealing milk to run out 🤣, hot asphalt is also annoying, grilled knuckle is not for me 🤨Up to kilometer 16 I made it without shoes, then the asphalt was too warm for me and I climbed into my trusty Teva. It was nice and the squeaky wet feeling under the feet and between the toes is never boring.

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    • August 8, 2021

  • Pierre

    Barbsch is the best there is.
    👍
    Whenever possible I go without shoes. Also happy to mow the lawn. 😬
    But please don't imitate it. I am not responsible for toe loss. 😂

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  • Erlitzsche

    Oh yes, barefoot is always mega 😍 ok except asphalt and broken glass 🙈

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    • August 8, 2021

  • Coriander

    @Pierre, just watch your toes, without it is bad running, climbing, hiking, MTB riding ..
    @Erlitzsche, I say yes. The looks of the hikers coming towards me were also good. Some spoke to me and thought it was good, a couple wrinkled their noses .. But it could also have been up to the calves on the mud 😁

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    • August 8, 2021

  • Frank Winkler

    Huh, where did my text go? I wrote something earlier 🤔 way. So again. You wrote that really well and very clearly. My sweetheart is also such a tough barefoot hiker. I tried that too. But it's too exhausting for me. You have to constantly look down so as not to bump into or step on something. But of course you're right. It is always healthy and it decelerates. In doing so, you get such beautiful animal photos

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    • August 8, 2021

  • Hentschel

    Very nice photos and well, you have to like barefoot. Now and then we do that too, in parts. I would probably not go through a whole tour 😅

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    • August 8, 2021

  • Coriander

    @Frank Winkler, I think that after a while it works quite well with walking barefoot, you walk .. differently. I have no idea how to describe it, more on the ball of the foot, less on the heel, more groping 🤔 can you say that? The fact is, other muscles are definitely addressed, stressed. Especially on longer tours. I think I'll sneak to work tomorrow 😂

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    • August 8, 2021

  • Coriander

    @Hentschel, thank you. I can understand well. I find barefoot kind of exciting, it's amazing how high the "grip" is without slippers. But I have the most fun without shoes when it's muddy 😅 I'm a dirty kid after all, whether on foot or by bike.

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    • August 8, 2021

  • Hentschel

    Yes, exactly. Mud and shoes bring work with them ... 😅 So better get squeezed out between your toes😉

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    • August 8, 2021

  • Pierre

    Coriander ... the lawnmower now has a steering wheel and a seat. It's less dangerous there.And yes you are absolutely right. You automatically walk on the bale. This protects all joints, as the foot works like a leaf spring. Have you tried jogging barefoot? That works wonderfully. For the last few days on vacation, I've always played barefoot football with a few kids.
    Without noticing it, you run on the bale. 👍

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    • August 8, 2021

  • TildaGoFast

    Oh well. I think that's great about walking barefoot. The civilization barrier is already too tight for me, I just like the beach. Otherwise I have no brains what could happen to my "tender" feet 🙈. Even the nudibranchs scare me, even though they look very pretty in your pictures. But I can well understand that you like the mud in particular. It sure feels great. There are supposed to be people who pay a lot of money for mud cures 🤣.

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    • August 9, 2021

  • Coriander

    @TildaGoFast, yes because of what if, I thought about it for quite a while. There are also barefoot shoes with cut-resistant soles. Not quite the same but close.
    And, unfortunately I have to say, a beach is no longer safe either. I had a bad encounter with a sharp-edged shell. And unfortunately, broken glass can now also be found in the most remote corners.

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Coriander

Unbesohlt durch Wald und Grund