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Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig
 

About Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig

Outdoorsüchtiger Blogger, unterwegs in den schönsten Regionen Europas. Schaut ruhig mal auf meine Webseite:

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2,202 mi

Time in motion

821:51 h

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  1. COUCHFLUCHT and 23 others went for a hike.

    4 days ago

    00:33
    3.19 mi
    5.8 mph
    25 ft
    25 ft
    Leandra_07, Eifelbomber and 435 others like this.
    1. COUCHFLUCHT

      Take part in the DRAUSSENCREW - DONATION HIKE> Every kilometer counts <08./09. MAY 2021 // sponsored by KomootImagine if you could make the world a better place. And imagine that the only thing you had to do to do it was tie your shoelaces and then just put one foot in front of the other. 🥾Sounds pretty absurd, doesn't it? It is not at all. 💁🏼‍♀️On May 8th & 09.05 we from the DraussenCrew organize our very first donation hike.On these two days we will roam across spring-colored meadows, trudge on shady forest paths, stroll along river promenades and - provided there is no more snow in the mountains by then - even boot skyward on grueling climbs 🏔And YOU march with us! 😎Because for EVERY kilometer hiked and run, our main sponsor KOMOOT donates 10 cents to the WaldMachtMut project.WaldMachtMut enables young people between 12 and 15 years of age to experience the forest as a source of calm and a place of power and offers an alternative to the social competition to which we are all often subject.10 cents - you can see that EVERY step really counts. 🥾🥾🥾How can you participate? Very easy ... Follow our account DraussenCrew at Komoot and track your outdoor activities on the weekend. Mark the outdoor crew afterwards when you publish your tour on Komoot (don't forget!). Finished!Here is the link to our DraussenCrew Komoot account:👉 komoot.de/user/draussencrew?ref=amkAnd it's very easy to do that by marking the outdoor crew on your tour:👉 On the mobile phone: Simply click on the three dots in the upper right corner to edit. Then click on invite. And then just look for the outdoor crew and mark it with the plus sign. 🤗 On the desktop click on "Mark participants" in the upper right corner - the rest of the work works the same way. Easy right?Do you want to donate more than you can walk? No issue - you can donate even if you haven't taken a single step. 😉 💰 Just click on the link to our Betterplace page, where you can easily leave your donation for 'WaldMachtMut'.👉 betterplace.org/f37691We are also giving away a handful of pretty cool prizes among all participating Draussis.If you don't want to miss any important information about our donation hike, follow us on Instagram @draussencrew!👉 instagram.com/draussencrewWe look forward to two great days of hiking with you!

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      • 4 days ago

  2. Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig went for a hike.

    April 25, 2021

    04:34
    10.6 mi
    2.3 mph
    1,450 ft
    1,350 ft
    1. Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig

      The premium circular route "Breisiger Ländchen" begins at the Römer Thermen in Bad Breisig and is continuously marked as the "RheinBurgenWeg circular tour". First of all, you have to overcome a few meters in altitude from the tennis court. This is rewarded with a relaxation lounger with a wonderful view of Bad Breisig and the Rhine.Then it goes on into the "hinterland". Sometimes through the forest, sometimes over agricultural land. Shortly before Gönnersdorf we have a wonderful view of the Eifel from a relax lounger and allow ourselves a break there. Then we hike further down to Gönnersdorf and then uphill again to the "Brohltalblick" car park. Unfortunately a sad sight on the way in the forest. Here you get an impression of the "forest dieback". Dried up conifers ... phew, things can't go on like this.At the glider airfield we watch the start of some glider pilots. And then, from Mönchsheide onwards, the most impressive part of the overall very beautiful tour begins. After a break on a "relax lounger swing", it goes back down in serpentines to Bad Breisig. Of course, always with beautiful prospects.17 kilometers that were a lot of fun. Magnificent views, many rest benches and a successful route.More about this in my blog: outdoorsuechtig.de/2021/05/05/premiumweg-breisiger-laendchen

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      • April 25, 2021

  3. Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig went for a hike.

    April 20, 2021

    02:31
    6.43 mi
    2.5 mph
    975 ft
    775 ft
    1. Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig

      This path, marked with a diamond, leads from Wetzlar to Dutenhofen. From the Brückenstraße in Wetzlar, the route goes steeply up the Lahnbergweg to the Garbenheimer Warte (Bismarck tower)Unfortunately, this cannot be climbed at the moment. Nevertheless, the prospects are wide. In the distance you can see the Dünsberg with its distinctive telecommunications tower.Unfortunately, markings are often missing or can even be misunderstood. According to Tourist Info Wetzlar, this should be fixed soon. On the way there are always beautiful views of the castles Gleiberg and Vetzberg as well as the already mentioned Dünsberg.Go under the motorway and past the sports fields to finally reach Dutenhofen, from where you can take the train back to Wetzlar.A relatively unspectacular path, but one that is not stingy with far-reaching views. Unfortunately, there are also many places where you can hear the traffic on the B49 and the motorway too well. That clouds the otherwise existing experience of nature a little.

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      • April 21, 2021

  4. Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig went for a hike.

    April 20, 2021

    02:46
    6.48 mi
    2.3 mph
    775 ft
    875 ft
    Ramona, Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig and 158 others like this.
    1. Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig

      This path, marked with a diamond, leads from Dutenhofen to Wetzlar. Enter "Dutenhofen, Friedensstraße 4" into the navigation system as the starting point. Here you will find a wooden board with the direction "Wetzlar".First of all, it goes along Friedensstrasse and between the sports fields. Unfortunately, markings are often missing or can even be misunderstood. According to Tourist Info Wetzlar, this should be fixed soon. On the way there are always beautiful views of the castles Gleiberg and Vetzberg as well as the Dünsberg with the striking telecommunications tower.Wetzlar greets us with the Garbenheimer Warte (Bismarck tower), which unfortunately cannot be climbed at the moment. And then it goes down to Wetzlar. From here you can easily take the train back to Dutenhofen.A relatively unspectacular path, but one that is not stingy with far-reaching views. Unfortunately, there are also many places where you can hear the traffic on the B49 and the motorway too well. That clouds the otherwise existing experience of nature a little.

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      • April 21, 2021

  5. Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig went for a hike.

    March 21, 2021

    03:58
    9.70 mi
    2.4 mph
    1,475 ft
    1,425 ft
    Frank Skibbe, Ludger Grewe and 214 others like this.
    1. Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig

      A beautiful tour that offers almost 16 kilometers and a lot of altitude. Fortunately, it is half uphill and then almost only downhill. We parked in the lower village of Hohenstein and then we first go through the beautiful Aartal. Even more beautiful, however, is the "wildly romantic" Lahnbachtal, as they say so beautifully. But the name really hits it in this case. Bizarre rock formations and the babbling Lahnbach, along which it goes slowly but steadily uphill.And finally there is a nice picnic group there. After a long break, we then crossed the Lahnbach. At this point you have to be careful to take the right path. This then leads very steeply uphill. The passage through the forest is a bit stretching and if you don't like it, you might find it a bit "boring" here. But you finally reach the outskirts of Kemel, from where you have great views of the Taunus.From now on it went downhill ... the red triangle shows the way down to Hohenstein. First again through the forest and then with super beautiful views towards Feldberg to the Oberdorf Hohenstein. The castle is currently being renovated and unfortunately cannot be visited. But from the outside, too, it is sufficiently imposing. A sign at the entrance to the footpath that leads below the castle down into the lower village warns "Do it at your own risk". And this path is really in a very bad state at the moment. Definitely not recommended when it is wet! But everything went smoothly for us. The tour was fun!

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      • March 21, 2021

  6. Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig went for a hike.

    March 7, 2021

    02:13
    6.01 mi
    2.7 mph
    775 ft
    775 ft
    Alfred 🏕, Klaus Ludewig and 277 others like this.
    1. Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig

      A nice tour that I would probably not have come across without komoot. From the parking lot at the train station or at the Lahnbad in Weilburg, it first goes over the Lahn into the baroque old town of Weilburg. The castle park is currently open, even in spite of Corona. The next highlight awaits with the Ernst-Dienstbach-Steg over the Lahn.From there it goes spectacularly along the Hauseley rock and at the "cataract" you will find another great photo spot. Now you can always walk nicely along the Lahn to Odersbach. Past a nature reserve up to the youth hostel and through the forest to the hospital. Before that, unfortunately only from the outside, the reservoirs of the baroque water supply can be admired.From the hospital it goes down the crane tower to Weilburg. The crane tower was actually open today, which according to local residents was the first time in years. The view from the tower, but also from the plateau next to it, is really great. On the way down to the city, parts of the baroque water supply and rock formations can be admired again.Now just back along the Lahn, from where we had another nice view of the castle. A lovely half day hike that we really enjoyed.

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      • March 8, 2021

  7. Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig went for a hike.

    February 21, 2021

    02:43
    5.63 mi
    2.1 mph
    725 ft
    700 ft
    Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig, Gudi and 179 others like this.
    1. Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig

      This nice little hike starts at the train station in Niedererbach. Past the cute town hall and the imposing village church, it goes through the valley to Obererbach. Before that, however, you have to make the extremely worthwhile detour to the Kolpinghöhe.The summit cross of this height, also known as Obererbacher Kopf or Obererbacher Koppe, can be reached via numerous steps. Above there are plenty of benches to rest. The beautiful tree disc with dates and events that we knew from an earlier visit is unfortunately no longer on site.Then it goes through Obererbach and there is another climb. But you have another nice view. The Feldberg im Taunus can be seen in the distance. Through the valley of the Sandbach and under the huge railway bridge we finally reach our starting point again.

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      • February 21, 2021

  8. Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig went for a hike.

    January 31, 2021

    02:38
    5.91 mi
    2.2 mph
    725 ft
    700 ft
    Nicole Z. Köln, Hans H. and 196 others like this.
    1. Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig

      This beautiful half-day tour near Bad Camberg connects different churches with one another. It is therefore also part of the "Kercheweg" Bad Camberg.We started at the hiking car park opposite the restaurant "Waldschloß" on the L 3031. At first the path runs beautifully through the forest. Shortly before Dombach there is a beautiful view of the heights of the Taunus. In Dombach it is worth taking a look inside the church. The "wooden Madonna" is particularly worth seeing.Afterwards you hike nicely along the Dombach and then up again in the direction of Schwickershausen. With beautiful views it goes above the village and then through the village. Behind Schwickershausen you can admire the Mariengrotto and past the little church "St. Georg" it goes steeply up to the Kreuzkapelle Bad Camberg.Here, too, you have a wonderful view that accompanies you on the way to the parking lot.

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      • January 31, 2021

  9. Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig went for a hike.

    January 17, 2021

    03:39
    8.94 mi
    2.5 mph
    1,025 ft
    1,050 ft
    Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig, Lö Win and 163 others like this.
    1. Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig

      After we were on the northern route last Sunday, we chose the southern variant from Frickhofen today. Although the prospects were a bit overcast today, we had a lot of fun in the snow. The southern variant lacks the big highlights, but overall it impresses with a coherent route, perfect marking, many resting places and great low mountain range. 15 km that are worth it!You can find a detailed report and even more pictures on my blog "Outdoorsuechtig.de": outdoorsuechtig.de/2021/01/27/heimatnah-der-blasiussteig-dornburg-suedvari

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      • January 17, 2021

  10. Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig went for a hike.

    January 10, 2021

    03:59
    8.08 mi
    2.0 mph
    1,100 ft
    1,100 ft
    1. Jörg 👉 Outdoorsuechtig

      Wonderful tour through the snowy Westerwald. Due to the current length of the day and because we started late, we decided on the north variant.At the parking lot in Frickhofen we had almost no snow. But then it kept going up. Over the eternal ice, the Hildegardis rock, the Dornburg and the Blasius Chapel, we finally reached the summit cross Watzenhahn. What a winter wonderland! And then it went back to the parking lot with many views.The path is well marked throughout. Several resting places along the way. Great views and great information boards. It was really a lot of fun!You can find a detailed description with even more pictures on my blog: outdoorsuechtig.de/2021/01/20/heimatnah-der-blasiussteig-dornburg-nordvari

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      • January 11, 2021

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