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Hannah
 

About Hannah

Hi! Bikepacking ist meine Leidenschaft – ich liebe die Geschwindigkeit, versteckte Orte zu entdecken, mitten in der Natur zu sein und den Fahrtwind auf meiner Haut zu spüren. So bin ich bereits mehrere 1.000 Kilometer durch Deutschland, Frankreich, Spanien, Portugal und Schweden gereist. Lass dich inspirieren für deinen nächsten Trip. In meinen Collections und Routen findest du neue Abenteuer, die ich als Redakteurin für komoot plane und mit der Community teile. Sofern ich die genaue Strecke noch nicht selbst abgefahren bin, habe ich zumindest die Region schon auf eigene Faust erkundet. Lass mir gern einen Kommentar da, wenn du die Touren gefahren bist.

Viel Spaß beim Entdecken!

Distance travelled

1,578 mi

Time in motion

190:18 h

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  1. Hannah went for a hike.

    June 12, 2021

    01:05
    3.04 mi
    2.8 mph
    675 ft
    625 ft
    Radler, Radifru and 8 others like this.
    1. Hannah

      The path at the beginning is really hardly there and not without danger. But the cliff is impressively beautiful and we stumble out of the undergrowth into a music video shoot. The guachinche at the end is a real insider tip: We are served a burning chorizo sausage without being asked.

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      • June 14, 2021

  2. Hannah went for a bike ride.

    June 4, 2021

    01:15
    8.30 mi
    6.7 mph
    900 ft
    875 ft
    1. Hannah

      Finally I make it to Puerto and am completely positively surprised. Really nice spots found and the best: Udon noodles, pak choi and hoisin in a small mini-market 😋

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      • June 4, 2021

  3. Hannah went for a hike.

    May 28, 2021

    00:31
    1.21 mi
    2.4 mph
    225 ft
    200 ft
  4. Hannah went for a hike.

    May 24, 2021

    02:02
    4.79 mi
    2.4 mph
    650 ft
    750 ft
    JensM, Neffets and 14 others like this.
    1. Radler

      Beautiful cloud forest

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      • May 25, 2021

  5. Hannah planned a bike ride.

    May 21, 2021

    1. Hannah

      Your last stage on the Hamburg-Rügen cycle path is on today. There are only 34 kilometers left to Sassnitz, which you can cover in a relaxed manner, because island life means slowing down.From Putbus the cycle path leads you to Bergen, where you can treat yourself to a second breakfast in the pretty old town. Next you drive between the large and small Jasmunder Bodden and on through the beautiful lagoon landscape. It is worthwhile to deviate from the path and explore the area on your own.A few kilometers further you will already reach your destination Sassnitz. The route takes you along the lively harbor promenade and past the longest outer pier in Europe. You can sit in one of the cutters here and review your journey over a fish sandwich. Beware of the seagulls, the inexperienced travelers like to steal the delicacies from their hands.The Hamburg-Rügen cycle path ends in Sassnitz, but your journey doesn't have to end here. The Baltic Sea Cycle Route takes you around the entire island; past the imposing chalk cliffs. At the northernmost tip of the island there are beautiful sandy beaches where you can enjoy spectacular sunrises and sunsets. Or you can set off for new shores and board the fastest ferry connection between Germany and Sweden in Sassnitz. In just 2.5 hours you will be in Ystad on the Swedish side.

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      • May 21, 2021

  6. Hannah planned a bike ride.

    May 11, 2021

    1. Hannah

      You did it by crossing the Ziegelgrabenbrücke: You are on the island! From now on you will be enchanted by the bike paths through the Rügen landscape. After 25 kilometers you will reach a nice café that invites you to take a break.Have you already spotted the sea buckthorn on the roadside? You shouldn't leave the island without trying the delicious orange berry juice or spread.After 44 kilometers you will reach Putbus, a recognized resort and the youngest town on the island. The name means in Slavic "behind the elder bush". You will be impressed by the classical architectural style, the castle park and the orangery. You can see accommodations in Putbus and the surrounding area at putbus.m-vp.de/unterkuenfte.

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      • May 21, 2021

  7. Hannah planned a bike ride.

    May 11, 2021

    1. Hannah

      Before the final, you do another soft tour of only 36 kilometers. That gives you enough time to explore your stage destination: the UNESCO World Heritage city of Stralsund.A wonderful bike path lined with meadows and fields leads you out of Tibsees. Then you cross the Trebel and a no less beautiful, dead straight asphalt path awaits you, where you can really accelerate.Behind the Richtenberger See, the route continues on an asphalted former railway embankment through a shady coniferous forest. It doesn't take long before Stralsund appears on the horizon. The Ozeanum or the Maritime Museum - the city offers exciting educational attractions. It is best to find out about the current opening status in advance. Or you can end your tour in a relaxed manner with a stroll in the harbor.

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      • May 21, 2021

  8. Hannah planned a bike ride.

    May 11, 2021

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    1. Hannah

      From now on you take a course towards the north-east. The promising Baltic island is getting closer and closer. Today a little less than 50 kilometers are on the program.After about 13 kilometers you will reach the small Hanseatic town of Demmin, which is one of the oldest places in Pomerania and where, with a little luck, you will experience the bascule bridge in action. The two rivers Trebel and Peene unite in Demmin - your path now leads you through the Trebel valley.Following the loops of the Trebel you reach your stage destination Tribsees. The city is away from the main streams of tourists and directly on the Grenztalmoor nature reserve, a low moor area with its own charm. You can find some accommodations here: stadt-tribsees.de/index.php/chronik/unterkuenfte. There is also a water hiker resting place with the option of pitching a tent.

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      • May 21, 2021

  9. Hannah planned a bike ride.

    May 11, 2021

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    1. Hannah

      The stage is a little shorter at 37 kilometers, so you have the opportunity to take a longer swim stop and enjoy the Mecklenburg Switzerland Nature Park with all your senses.You cycle through wonderful nature and along the Malchiner See on a magical and car-free cycle path. Then you cross Remplin and come to Malchin, where you can stock up on provisions or take a coffee break.It's about 17 kilometers to your destination, most of which you drive along the Kummerower See. Once there, you will find a campsite right on the water, a cyclist hostel and a riding stables with holiday apartments to choose from. Peace and quiet guaranteed!

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      • May 21, 2021

  10. Hannah planned a bike ride.

    May 11, 2021

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    1. Hannah

      The stage takes you to the geographic center of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania over a distance of almost 60 kilometers. Shortly after you start, you will come across the Bützow-Güstrow Canal, which will accompany you all the way to Güstrow. There you can treat yourself to a second breakfast with a view of the castle.You continue along lush meadows, pastures and forests and you climb the Kranichberg. On the other hand, a small swimming lake promises a well-deserved cooling off.Your stage destination Teterow is not far away. The small town, well worth seeing, is nestled in the heart of the Mecklenburg Switzerland Nature Park and on the shores of Lake Teterower. A look at the host directory teterow.de/tourismus/suchen-buchen/gastgeberverzeichnis certainly leaves no questions unanswered.

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      • May 21, 2021

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