About Michael 🏞 🥾
Ganz nach dem Motto:
¹Der Weg ist das Ziel
²drei mal links, gibt einmal rechts und umgekehrt
³Schatz, nach der Kurve gibt es bestimmt keine Steigung mehr
⁴es gibt kein schlechtes Wetter
⁵Geschwindigkeit ist kein Grund, das man etwas verpasst
und immer glücklich unterwegs.
- Michael Groel
Hello Michael, thanks again for the link and the references. I take my luggage with me, of course, but not being fully equipped with a sleeping bag and insulating mat is not absolutely necessary in Germany. I am so honest that I would like to have a solid roof over my head in the evening (do not need a luxury hotel) and would like to start again strengthened and rested the next day with a nice breakfast. However, I am flexible and reject pre-booked sections. When do you want to go?
6 days ago
- 02:3122.0 mi8.7 mph1,775 ft1,775 ft
- Michael 🏞 🥾
Reconstruction of my tour due to battery failure. It was supposed to be a workout tour for everyone. Most of the paths are slightly graveled, but the forks were often very muddy. A few forest paths are also allowed to be there. It all started at the Rewe parking lot in Mespelbrunn. The long ascent from Mespelbrunn Castle to the Echterspfahl is tough. The descent behind this went over a small forest meadow path that had strong grooves and thus only became a (high) path. Then it went over some branches and the next wider path was 1.5 m even more difficult to drive and there was a small tree trunk in the way. I forgave going this part.
It was a leisurely tour that always had an uphill gradient up its sleeve after a downhill gradient. After 11 km and an average speed. from 14.8 km / h my cell phone battery gave up the ghost. By then I was on the left side of the Rohrwiesenbach at the height of Rohrbrunn. The Hasenstabweg goes up to the rest stop as a beaten path, but nobody can drive it. Therefore turned around and went up again on the right side. It is definitely very beautiful here in summer.
Then it went on the tarred bike path through Dammbach. When the route over the main street. came, I then turned into the street "Zum Feld" and took another small forest path with me. At the end of Dammbach I stayed true to the Spessartweg because of the change of surface to Wiesenweg and the many walkers. From him it goes to the former wood grouse. The bike path then brought me back to the starting point. Find a nice little fitness session
November 23, 2020
- Michael 🏞 🥾
Nice route with many forest trails. Unfortunately, one way or the other no longer existed and had to be bypassed. Some of the downhill runs were borderline for occasional riders. The views from this route were fantastic. I found it very exhausting today (I have to pay more attention to the altitude analysis, or maybe not), but damn good.2 km (from the start) it goes up a visible forest path to the left. Even with Ebike it will be difficult. At 2.25 km you continue on a beautiful forest path.
11.3km small path to the right past the high stand. Unfortunately ends with fallen trees (photo) and thickets. The trail before that was really great.
14.3 Nice flat meadow path. Unfortunately there is no way down to the right. He goes straight on, but an oncoming woman said that the path ends further back. So turn around and continue driving over gravel. Luckily😁, because the (approx) Kleinheckenhöhe is a fantastic all-round panoramic path that later turns into tar for a short distance.
November 15, 2020
Today a little round through the Kleinostheimer Wald between Kleinostheim, Johannesberg and Glattbach. Beautiful forest paths and perfect hiking weather made the whole thing a really successful tour. Originally, almost 19 km were planned, but we shortened the tour due to the approaching darkness. Today a lot of people were out on foot and by bike, so that the last part through the Rückersbach Gorge was particularly busy.
November 14, 2020
- Michael 🏞 🥾
You huddle around the house all day, then the 🌞 sinks behind the forest at 4:15 p.m. and you say to the woman "jogging or cycling?"
Bike, you can also jog when it's raining. She has really good ideas every now and then.
Without planning, I wanted to ride the big well-known bike paths. That also worked great up to the Weibersbrunn wood storage area. Then the thought occurred to me to come out on Waldweg Hessenthal. Except for the descent to Hessenthal, it was still wide paths, but they were well covered with leaves. One or the other branch / block of wood was recognized very late, but everything went well. The said last descent (turning 14.8km) began the somewhat greater fun factor. Dirt road, with lots of branches, lanes from forest vehicles, and one or the other pile of earth from digging up by wild boar could also have been there. Then it went over tar (Waldweg / Mühlstrasse) to Elsava and the foot and bike path along the Elsava to Heimbuchenthal.
November 8, 2020
- 06:2725.2 mi3.9 mph3,100 ft3,100 ft
- Michael 🏞 🥾
IDEA AND BACKGROUND
Since I kept coming across the Franconian Marienweg - mostly great forest trails - I thought I could hike it quickly.
So searched, found, amazed: the Franconian Marienweg connects 50 pilgrimage sites. The circular route (key data) Würzburg - Gemünden - Alzenau - Amorbach- Collenberg - Würzburg already has 348 km. In all of Lower Franconia it has been 900km since 2002. Since upper u. Central Franconia was added with 1100 km, 90 pilgrimage sites are now connected and is now around 2000 km long. So far, the Goldsteig (counted with feeder) was the longest hiking trail and was replaced by Marien ...
November 6, 2020
- Michael 🏞 🥾
The whole tour is always accompanied by beautiful paths and wonderful views. As an avowed ranger, I found the open fields very beautiful today and now enjoy the mix.
Little tar, which I already forgot while walking, my admiration for nature was too great and everything was just right today.
Again and again streams / springs, lakes / Weier. Many ways of the cross and statues of the clergy. Eerily beautiful play of colors of the trees u. Bushes. Would go the tour again except for two changes. I liked it very much today, although there were many villages there, it was partly slippery, wet, burrs on a stretch and 1x deep wood on the way. It only drizzled briefly twice. As someone wrote so beautifully last days: The weather man must be a hiker.
Shortly after crossing the state road to Mömbris, the lungs were cleared for the first time by climbing to the radio mast.
There are burdock at about 3.5km.
15.15 km After leaving the Way of the Cross, wild boars worked the way, then the bushes got deeper and deeper until you could only get the way behind you by bending over and meandering. Here at km15 I would go right away at the signs and next left, then you come to the fountain via path H5 and can go up and do not have to turn around.
I would leave out 24.9km of the quarry now.
October 30, 2020
- Michael 🏞 🥾
I was inspired by "Christian running round". At the Kreuzgrund the small forest path was tough because of the incline. At the top after the hut you had a nice ridge before you went down a little steeper at the turn. You could do without this loop when jogging, it's nice when hiking.
The path at the fountain at the Margarethe Hütte is forest work. It is not blocked from this side (10/27/2020), but from the other direction.
All in all, a nice route that I can go to again.
It's a shame that there is no direct path along the stream, except for the little piece at the fishing home
October 27, 2020
Today a little afternoon tour around Heimbuchenthal, with one of my favorite places, the "Herrin der Berge" chapel. Starting behind the Advanturegolf course, on the direct way up to the chapel, over the Drachenberg down to the Unterdorf, on the opposite side, past the Bicycle Museum Pedalwelt, uphill to the panorama path and back towards the "Old Church"
October 25, 2020