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Bruno B.

2022-03-04_G-Horn-Steinenbühl-Ebni-Geissberg-Baden

2022-03-04_G-Horn-Steinenbühl-Ebni-Geissberg-Baden

02:17
19.0 mi
8.3 mph
2,150 ft
2,050 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
0.85 mi
1.58 mi
1.73 mi
Kurzer Trail auf der Baldegg zum aufwärmen
3.68 mi
Holper Trail Richtung Gebenstorfer Horn
Noch mehr "holper di polter" 😃
3.77 mi
3.89 mi
Ruhiger Teil des Trails, kurz vor dem Gebenstorfer Horn
4.12 mi
7.57 mi
7.82 mi
8.40 mi
Schweres Greifgerät beim Siggenberger Forsthaus
10.2 mi
10.3 mi
Der Telekom-Mast auf dem Hörndli
10.9 mi
Ein Vögelchen das nie pfeifen konnte
10.9 mi
13.8 mi
Die letzten Meter hoch zum Geissberg-Chänzeli
13.9 mi
13.9 mi
Sicht vom Geissberg-Chänzeli auf die Stadt Baden. In der Bildmitte das neue Thermalbad "47"
Ennetbadener Reben und die Lägern. Sicht vom Geissberg-Chänzeli.
Geissberg-Chänzeli
Abfahrt vom Geissberg-Chänzeli Richtung Flue
Pickmick Platz ob der Flue (Lokale Kletterwand)
14.1 mi
14.1 mi
Die Flue von unten
Das Badener Thermalbad FortySeven (Designed by Mario Botta)
15.9 mi
Hier gibts bald eine neue Brücke für das Gleistrasse
17.4 mi
Skate- & Pumptrack Baden-Dättwil
18.0 mi
Winterpause vorbai. Das Wasser läuft wieder beim ABB Forschungszentrumsbrunnen 👍
18.8 mi
Und ja, der Frühling kommt langsam
19.0 mi
Destination

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Bruno B. went mountain biking.

March 4, 2022

Comments

  • Bruno B.

    In great weather 🌞 (sunshine with a light bise) and dry trails explored variants of a well-known tour. Observed the bathers in the new FortySeven from the Geissberg-Chänzeli 😉.

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    • March 5, 2022

  • Kermit

    Did you hop down the rock at the end?

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    • March 5, 2022

  • Bruno B.

    The photo sequence almost suggests that a bit 😀. But I preferred to drive around outside. Is also not entirely without over the steps.

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    • March 5, 2022

  • Markus T

    Can you drive down the hairpin bend from Geb. Horn? The ascent from Siggenthal towards Steinenbühl is not without it, probably not even with the EMTB?

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    • March 5, 2022

  • Bruno B.

    I've driven the hairpin dozens of times. Belongs more or less to the home route. Initially always with a lot of jitters. For the last two or three years it has almost always worked. You can either get around slowly and as best you can beforehand, or you can start quickly and then do a brake swerve. I

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  • Markus T

    👍 I only got off the Horn once and when I saw the slope on the right, I got cold feet! 😬

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    • March 5, 2022

  • Bruno B.

    Now with a new rim it's definitely easier 😉.

    Anyway, descending for the 5 meters is definitely smarter than tumbling down the slope. Especially if you are traveling alone. The rest of the trail is then no problem. It has another 180 degree turn further down, but without a steep drop. Then you can practice

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