About Niklas

Blogger und Abenteurer mit einem besonderen Fokus auf das Münchner Umland. Ob zu Fuß, mit dem MTB oder Rennrad, ich bin vielseitig unterwegs.

Distance travelled

1,024 mi

Time in motion

213:05 h

Recent Activity
  1. Niklas went for a hike.

    6 days ago

    7.44 mi
    0.9 mph
    3,500 ft
    3,450 ft
    Micha, Sash86 and 20 others like this.
    1. Niklas

      This week there is a tour around the Brecherspitz on my website, which includes three alpine, unmarked trails. Then there is the north ridge of the Brecherspitze, which is part of the signposted network of trails but is still beautiful.Small curiosity: the lowest point of this tour is not the starting point, but the summit of the Ankelspitze halfway along its length. You don't have such a height profile every day.Summits (and ridges):
      - Brecherspitz east ridge
      - Brecherspitz 1685m
      - Brecherspitz north ridge
      - Schlierseespitz 1279m
      - Dürnbachwand 1260m
      - Ankelspitz 1112m
      - Schlierseespitz summit ridge - St. Leonhard
      - Brecherspitz pre-summit 1643m
      And at the end there was even the Kaiserschmarn at the Oberen Firstalm, the first this year.As always, there is a detailed description and a video on my website: adventtour.net/post/brecherspitz-ostgrat-schlierseespitz

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      • 5 days ago

  2. Niklas went for a hike.

    June 1, 2021

    2.38 mi
    1.4 mph
    425 ft
    375 ft
    1. Niklas

      I was on the road again, but this time only on a very small lap due to time constraints. The Todtnau via ferrata is extremely short compared to many alpine climbs, but definitely worth a visit for beginners. I would even say that this route is the best route for beginners via ferrata that I have climbed to date.As always, more information is available on my website: adventtour.net/post/der-todtnauer-klettersteig

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      • June 2, 2021

  3. Niklas went for a hike.

    May 25, 2021

    6.90 mi
    1.5 mph
    2,850 ft
    2,800 ft
    Matthias, Sash86 and 21 others like this.
    1. Niklas

      On the recommendation of a local, I went back to the Samerberg to have a look at the unmarked path to the water wall. I also tested the ascent from Nussdorf, which was also recommended to me.The summit ridge of the water wall is the best route for me that I have taken on site so far. Getting to the ridge, in particular, requires a little sense of direction, on the same there is a small footpath that you can follow. - Highly demanding ridge crossing where a head for heights and surefootedness are mandatory. 3-4 places UIAA I, two places UIAA II, one of them on a very loose grass slope without good grips and steps. And all of that with a certainly fatal crash under the bum. All in all, a tour where only hard-core alpine hikers get their money's worth. A pretty spectacular thing awaits them.I have more information and a video about the summit ridge on my website: adventtour.net/post/wasserwand-ostgrat

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      • May 26, 2021

  4. Niklas went for a hike.

    May 18, 2021

    7.94 mi
    1.5 mph
    3,225 ft
    3,175 ft
    1. Niklas

      With the Brünnstein I was on the road for the first time in a long time on a mountain that has neither a real via ferrata nor free climbing spots. A bit unusual but still a nice tour that I can only recommend to beginners.The climb to the Brünnstein (Dr. Julius Mayer Weg) is excellently secured and quite an experience. Some parts of the Steig are even made too easy for my tastes, but I don't think I'm quite the target group either. Absolute beginners in via ferrata have a good environment here to get used to using a via ferrata set, but the majority of people hike to the summit without such a set.As a little extra for me, I took the unmarked ridge crossing to Peters- and Paulskopf with me. Apart from the exposure and the lack of path markings, this is a surprisingly relaxed ridge. The only important thing is that you don't let the hanging wire ropes of the old Brünnstein Nordsteig tempt you to descend on the other side. That leads directly into a nature reserve and thus too much trouble if you should be caught.The descent over the Brünnsteinhaus and Bankerl-Steig is much more recommendable, especially since the former is still an excellent place to take a break.Detailed tour description and a video on my blog: adventtour.net/post/der-br%C3%BCnnstein-klettersteig

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      • May 19, 2021

  5. Niklas went for a hike.

    May 11, 2021

    4.50 mi
    0.8 mph
    2,900 ft
    2,800 ft
    1. Niklas

      Even if it has not yet been officially approved, I once dared to go up the Tegelbergsteig. The weather and the basic conditions were just too perfect and made it possible to walk the climb without the crowds. In the last third, a small snow field (unsecured) has to be crossed because the steel cable disappears under the snow here. Otherwise, there are always remains of ice on the rope and rocks, which make the climb even more difficult. Crampons and ice axes brought along as a precaution could remain in the backpack. Due to the snow and remains of ice, there is actually meltwater everywhere on the wall, which makes the climb even more difficult. From the conditions I would estimate that it will take at least until the beginning of June until the trail is completely free of snow and dry.More information about the tour: More about the tour on my blog: adventtour.net/post/der-tegelberg-klettersteig-ein-anspruchsvoll-klettersteig

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      • May 12, 2021

  6. Niklas went cycling.

    May 5, 2021

    15.1 mi
    14.3 mph
    1,350 ft
    1,375 ft
    Matthias likes this.
  7. Niklas went for a hike.

    May 4, 2021

    6.30 mi
    1.2 mph
    2,300 ft
    2,225 ft
    Flo, Matthias and 17 others like this.
    1. Niklas

      I was on the road again, this time on the Samerberg and with a couple of unusual variants. The path through the Fluderbachtal and over the Max-Schäfer Steig to the Daffnerwandalmen is unfortunately not mentioned in many descriptions of the tour, although both are still a beautiful scenic highlight. The extension to the Kitzstein behind is also rarely done. But definitely a worthwhile option. Finally, I tried a free climbing route on the Kindelwand (UIAA II - II +) that I have not yet noted, which I recommend to experienced alpinists as well. When the weather is nice, there are certainly great prospects here without end, but the haunted fog look also had something.As always, more information about the tour on my website: The lower half of the via ferrata, the upper half climbing unsecured or over a ridge. Nothing for people with a fear of heights. The stones are tw. very sprecky, so avoid it when it rains. Nevertheless, a tour with fit children is definitely conceivable.Information about the tour: adventtour.net/post/vier-gipfel-am-samerberg-gratwandern-klettersteig-freiklettern

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      • May 5, 2021

  8. Niklas went for a hike.

    April 21, 2021

    Micha, Mona and 4 others like this.
    1. Niklas

      Yesterday I did an absolutely cool but alpine-demanding ridge crossing. In this form I would never have suspected such a difficult and spectacular tour in the foothills of the Alps. However, the route is definitely not without, so please do not just hike, but read the detailed description on my website beforehand: adventtour.net/post/heldenkreuz-zum-osterfeuerkopf-ein-hochalpiner-gipfelgrat-im- promontory

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      • April 22, 2021

  9. Niklas went for a hike.

    April 10, 2021

    11.1 mi
    1.5 mph
    4,300 ft
    4,325 ft
    Niklas, Matthias and 12 others like this.
    1. Niklas

      Yesterday it was a steep uphill, through the Kuhflucht on the Hohe Fricken. The snow began at approx. 1300 hm and was still white in places up to 1m high. Nevertheless, the tour was only feasible with Grödeln, as there was already a nice track in the slope. The way from the Kuhflucht to the summit is 3km and 1000 meters of altitude, so it is more for pain-resistant people. The absolutely fantastic views over the Zugspitze, Karwendel and Ammergebirge completely compensate for the effort.As always, more information about the tour can be found on my website: https: //adventtour.net/post/kuhflucht-und-hoher-fricken-eine- DEMANDING-UND- VERSATILE- TOUR

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      • April 11, 2021

  10. Niklas went for a hike.

    April 4, 2021

    6.60 mi
    2.1 mph
    1,075 ft
    1,125 ft
    Hermine, Uschi unterwegs 🥾🥾 and 19 others like this.
    1. Niklas

      Today I did a nice Easter Sunday hike over the Oberlandsteig. That you can still find such a great via ferrata as far away from the Alps is always a surprise for me. For me it was the third time this year that I went the route, which is why I decided against the boring way back through the valley and just walked over the rocky path to Konstein. Definitely a great tour that I can recommend to everyone while the Alps are still in hibernation.As always, more information about the round is available on my website: adventtour.net/post/der-oberlandsteig-eine-alpine-tour-in-nordbayern

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      • April 4, 2021

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