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Auf dem Weg zum Nordkap - Teil 40

03:55
17.9 km
4.6 km/h
80 m
110 m

Tour Overview

Starting Point
4.47 km
6.07 km
7.40 km
9.52 km
10.4 km
11.8 km
17.9 km
Destination

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Done by Jair

14/09/2018

Comments

  • Jair

    After the strenuous hike yesterday, today was a wonderfully relaxing tour.
    I had made breakfast at the hostel early at 7 o'clock in the morning and had expected to make my way very quietly. But last night there was a late guest, a young cyclist. She came to it and we talked a little bit more. The very young hostess, who had just started her job as a volunteer yesterday, also appeared. Nevertheless - at 8 o'clock I was on the track.

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  • Jair

    The first took me across the road back to Krusendorf, which I knew from last night, then continue on the road to Noer. After that, I had reached the E1 again and it went through the forest - on the beach. The trudge started again. After about 300 m I came across 2 young women who came to meet me with their dogs. One of the two was the daughter of the Wegewarts of Schleswig-Holstein. I never imagined that such a tremendous task could be in the hands of an individual.

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  • Jair

    Anyway, the young lady informed me that I had already missed the exit from the beach section. Amazed, but also hopeful, I went back a bit with the two. However, it quickly turned out that she had confused my entry point with the exit point, and so I was not spared the long sand part. After all, the young lady warned me from staying too long on the beach, as the steep slope in the course of the way too close to the water.

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  • Jair

    Well, I've already paid attention to that in my own interest. The way was also good enough. You could see where you had to get off the beach. First through a camping area, later through forest, I quickly came closer Eckernförde, and it was quite nice to be able to look again and again at the blue sea.
    At lunch in Eckernförde there was a fright: My tour goes tomorrow to Brekendorf, and lack of accommodation I wanted to go from there by bus and train to Schleswig to the hostel (and the way the day after tomorrow catch up).

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  • Jair

    As I checked the timetable, I realized to my horror that Brekendorf was cut off from the outside world on Saturdays. Everything back and forth did not help: I ​​have to run to Owschlag tomorrow. The original would have been over 37 km again. But I smoothed the track: Now it's still over 30 km, but that's fine.
    Also on Sunday Brekendorf is isolated (on all other days the bus connection is very neat). So I'll have to start from Owschlag as well. But that is not so tragic then.

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  • Alopex

    In Brekendorf there's a host of Couchsurfing.com I just looked.

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  • Alopex

    More precisely, in Ahlefeld-Bistensee

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  • Karotte

    Schleswig. We have also been vacationing nearby. Beautifully ...

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    • 14/09/2018

  • Renate

    If you are in Schleswig, worth a tour through the fishing district. And then eat delicious fish in the "Schleimöve". I wish you a few more beautiful days

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    • 15/09/2018

  • Jair

    @ Alopex: Thanks for the tip! But this time it was already too late. I had already booked the nights in Schleswig.

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    • 16/09/2018

  • Jair

    @ Karot: It looked good yesterday. Today I have more time and can watch a lot.

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  • Jair

    @Renate: Thanks for the tip: I'll think about it today.

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    • 16/09/2018

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