Sigrid 🦒Wandergiräffchen



About Sigrid 🦒Wandergiräffchen

Kleine schmale Wanderpfade lassen mein Herz höher schlagen. Wandern 🥾 ist für mich jedes Mal wie ein Kurzurlaub.Heinrich von Kleist
„Wie können wir uns getrauen, in den Plan einzugreifen, den die Natur für die Ewigkeit entworfen hat, da wir nur ein so unendlich kleines Stück von ihm, unser Erdenleben, überblicken?"

Distance travelled

1,215 mi

Time in motion

322:57 h

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  1. Sigrid 🦒Wandergiräffchen and Michael went for a hike.

    September 12, 2021

    5.70 mi
    2.8 mph
    625 ft
    650 ft
    HWF, Jingle Bells and 24 others like this.
    1. Sigrid 🦒Wandergiräffchen

      Today we took a tour suggestion from Komoot. Once we landed on an impassable path and had to turn back, we had a relatively large number of asphalt paths and road sections, otherwise the route was quite beautiful and varied.
      I included an affair because we wanted to go to the farmer Liebke to buy eggs.

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      • September 12, 2021

  2. Sigrid 🦒Wandergiräffchen and Michael went for a hike.

    September 8, 2021

    HWF, Silvia and 29 others like this.
    1. Sigrid 🦒Wandergiräffchen

      Small beautiful round through the Gelpe valley and a nice trip to the Ronsdorf dam.
      But if I still wouldn't repeat it🙁, I didn't have the hiking feeling I had hoped for.

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      • September 8, 2021

  3. Silvia, Schrenki and 40 others like this.
    1. Sigrid 🦒Wandergiräffchen

      One of my favorite tours🤩, on narrow paths along the slopes of the Wupper.We were horrified to discover that the pedestrian bridge over the Wupper am Rüdenstein fell victim to the storm / flood three weeks ago. The bridge has completely disappeared 😔.Otherwise it was a super, fantastic tour that we will repeat soon.

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      • August 9, 2021

  4. Werner, Gipfelstürmer Philipp and 46 others like this.
    1. Sigrid 🦒Wandergiräffchen

      We started at the Unterrüdener Kotten parking lot. From here we followed the Bergischer Weg to the Diepentalsperre and on over wide paths to the Wietsche.
      The bridge on the Wietsche was intact, but the storm had raged around it.
      We climbed to the other side forbidden, but in principle we should have changed our tour here, as well as at the construction site where the pipes were laid. There an authorized person turned a blind eye for all of us and waved us through.
      A varied tour, unfortunately with a lot of asphalt and short stages on motorways. Next time I have to pay more attention to it and avoid it.
      This time I didn't have a lunch box with me either (because we wanted to go to Café Flocke), but I could have used it today, there were soooo many blackberries on the way, I would have liked to have picked some more. But that's how we filled our stomachs on site.

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      • August 4, 2021

  5. Sigrid 🦒Wandergiräffchen and 2 others went for a hike.

    July 18, 2021

    1. Sigrid 🦒Wandergiräffchen

      It drove us to the Wupper today. You could clearly see how it raged, especially recognizable from the Napoleon Bridge. Even small brooks on the Ossianweg had worked hard and were sometimes looking for a new way into the Wupper.
      I am sorry for everyone who has been affected by the storm in any way.

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      • July 18, 2021

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