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Unterwegs auf dem mittelfränkischen Camino von Nürnberg nach Rothenburg o. d. Tauber, Tag 1

05:14
22.9 mi
4.4 mph
875 ft
775 ft
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Tour Overview

Starting Point
0.26 mi
Jakobuszentrum Nürnberg
Start in der Jakobuskirche Nürnberg
St. Jakob, Nürnberg
Jakobuszentrum Nürnberg
Jakobuszentrum Nürnberg
Hier führt der Weg lang
St. Jakob, Nürnberg
Altarraum St. Jakob
Altar in St. Jakob
Die Gruppe beim Aufbruch
Jakobspilgerstäbe
St. Jakobus
10.5 mi
Jakobuskirche Oberweihersbuch
Kurze Rast in der Kirche
St. Jakob in Oberweihersbuch
Altarraum Oberweihersbuch
11.3 mi
11.4 mi
Auf dem Weg
Unser Wegzeichen
11.8 mi
12.6 mi
12.7 mi
13.2 mi
13.2 mi
14.6 mi
15.8 mi
St. Ägidius, Weitersdorf
St. Ägidius, Weitersdorf
Stele am Weg
15.8 mi
16.8 mi
Rosstal ist erreicht
Ortskern von Roßtal
Ehemaliges Schloss Roßtal
Ehemaliges Schloss Roßtal
17.1 mi
17.3 mi
17.9 mi
Auf dem Weg
19.9 mi
Das werden wir heute wohl nicht mehr schaffen 😅
20.6 mi
20.6 mi
Stele an einem Rastplatz
Jakobsmuschel
Rastplatz für müde Pilger
Wunderschöner Talweg
Wanderweg
Talwanderweg
20.8 mi
21.2 mi
Martinsgänse 😅
22.5 mi
Fachwerk in Bürglein
Unser heutiges Tagesziel
Johanneskirche Bürglein
Kanzelaltar in der Johanneskirche
Portal an der Johanneskirche
Kirchturm der Johanneskirche
Johanneskirche Bürglein
Kirchenfenster
Engel am Taufstein
Die Engelsbank an der Kirche
Unsere Pilgergruppe
Naturdenkmal Friedenseiche
Alte Mühle Bürglein
22.6 mi
22.9 mi
Destination

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Söhni 🏃 and 2 others went for a hike.

September 12, 2019

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Comments

  • Söhni 🏃

    Our first day on the Middle Franconian Camino began at the St. Jakobuskirche in Nuremberg. Since we did not want to walk through the city of Nuremberg, a bus brought us to the gates of Nuremberg, to Stein, where we took the path under our feet. Unfortunately I forgot to stop Komoot, so the bus ride is now immortalized. That's why miles and average speed are not right.

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    • September 12, 2019

  • LoKi 🚴

    Oh Söhni, I would not have noticed.
    But I noticed that this must have been a nice tour again!

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    • September 12, 2019

  • KISS

    The start is successful. I wish you, or the whole group a nice time together. Gather great experiences.

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    • September 12, 2019

  • Olaf 1/Ω

    Hello Söhni,
    nice tour!
    If you use Komoot through the browser, you can cut off the beginning or the end of a tour. Just click "Edit Tour" and then "Crop". Then the bus ride could be corrected.
    Abe maybe you already knew that ...
    greeting
    Olaf

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    • September 13, 2019

  • Söhni 🏃

    Olaf: Thank you very much 🙏

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    • September 13, 2019

  • Jörg

    I am glad about your advice. At 7km / h I would be scared that I have to work hard for it, even though I'm already on the way. 😉😉

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    • September 13, 2019

  • elisabeth

    The central Franconian Way of St. James is really beautiful and on the doorstep.
    Olaf thank you for the note with the processing.

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    • September 13, 2019

  • Söhni 🏃

    Olaf: Now let me say a sentence. The cropping does not work here, since I can not cut something out of the tour. Since I have no connection to the beginning and a gap in between ...

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    • September 14, 2019

  • Olaf 1/Ω

    Yes, you can only cut away the beginning or the end. I thought the bus ride was at the beginning.
    Otherwise you would have to make two tours of it and remove the unwanted middle part.

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    • September 14, 2019

  • Söhni 🏃

    Olaf: Yes, that's how it is ...
    Thank you nevertheless for the well-intentioned advice. You could not know that either. 😊

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    • September 16, 2019

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