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An der Steilküste lang - Nationalpark Jasmund

04:07
11.4 mi
2.8 mph
625 ft
675 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
253 yd
0.43 mi
0.66 mi
1.18 mi
hier Endet der Weg
1.41 mi
1.83 mi
1.87 mi
2.23 mi
2.35 mi
2.61 mi
3.76 mi
3.88 mi
3.95 mi
4.28 mi
5.12 mi
5.58 mi
6.00 mi
Kolonnenweg
7.63 mi
9.05 mi
9.99 mi
10.9 mi
11.4 mi
Destination

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Done by Nicky and Ennio

07/17/2019

Comments

  • Nicky

    Unfortunately today the bikes had to stay in the accommodation. But it was better that way 😁, otherwise we would not have seen so many beautiful corners - again and again prohibition signs, to the misfortune of the mountain bikers 😩.
    The hot spots as usual rammed full.
    But we had on the way back through the beech forest absolutely our peace. Not a human soul. The culmination of the tour - the rest in the hotel restaurant Nordwind in Lohme 🍺🍵🐟🐟.
    Lohme is a great place for vacationers who want to be on the water but do not need a bratwurst holiday (just lying on the beach) 👍

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    • 07/17/2019

  • Sven Harsing

    On the cliffs you have to be in a storm .. if the waves are against the stone wall or even go over it👍Mega beautiful Tour..ab Friday evening I'm there too .. then the island is still full .. hopefully she is not under🙈 🤪🤣😉😊

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  • Jörg

    If you still have time, you can hike a bit in Zicker Switzerland, so big and little Zicker and you could always eat good fish there. I think you can go there with the bike.

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  • Nicky

    Supi thanks for the tips. Let's see if it fits into the program ...

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  • Nicky

    At some point we will probably visit the island again during the storm time. Then surely there is time for the Zickersche Switzerland

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  • Jörg

    Okay, maybe you'll drive to Prora, where, to my knowledge, there are the longest buildings in the world. but I'm not quite sure.

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    • 07/17/2019

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