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About H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷

74 Jahre, verheiratet, mag Hunde, habe eine Irish Terrier Hündin (8Jahre).
Fahre gerne Rad und wandere gerne.
In den Bergen wandere ich am liebsten ab eine halbe Stunde Wegstrecke von Seilbahnen, Zentren usw.
Ab hier wird sich auch wieder gegrüßt.
Gleiches gilt im Flachland, nichts Überlaufenes, viel Natur pur.
Baudenkmäler und deren Geschichte interessieren mich erst in 2. Linie.

Distance travelled

497 mi

Time in motion

75:47 h

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  1. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷 went for a bike ride.

    2 days ago

    01:16
    10.7 mi
    8.4 mph
    100 ft
    100 ft
    1. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷

      Start and finish: Landhaus Kuhsiel, parking lot
      A piece of the bicycle motorway, via the A27, along the Hochschulring to the Uni- or Stadtwald See.
      From here to the Stadtwaldsee observation tower and on past the forest stage and dairy to the animal enclosure.
      Continue past the Parkhotel with lake, through the Bürgerpark past the Kuhgrabensee to the starting point.
      My advice:
      Not too long tour with many options for expansion in the park (note that in the park often
      cycling is not permitted).
      In addition, many opportunities to take a pleasant break.
      In short: I warmly recommend a tour!

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      • about 5 hours ago

  2. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷 went for a bike ride.

    2 days ago

    1. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷

      Start and finish: Tister Moor, parking lot
      6.30 a.m. from the parking lot to the observation tower
      (Crane observation).
      Then in the rain with the car (bike was provided) along my tour towards the main road Tostedt - Scheeßel. Cranes past the rest area.
      Federal road and road in the direction of Stemmen, am
      Past the historic sheepfold, stop at the feeding place of the cranes and on to the starting point.
      Tip: crane observation e.g. Currently in the morning from 7 a.m.
      from the observation tower!

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      • about 8 hours ago

  3. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷 went for a bike ride.

    October 8, 2021

    02:01
    19.7 mi
    9.8 mph
    300 ft
    300 ft
    1. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷

      Start and finish: St. Magnus, Steinacker, v. d. Volvo dealership
      From here on bike paths along the road up
      Vegesack. On the Vegesack promenade, partly along the road, partly along the Weser to the Farge ferry.
      Over the Weser.
      Continue on bike paths along roads along the Weser dike, then onto the dike and then directly on the Weser to the Vegesack ferry.
      Over the Weser.
      Continue through Vegesack then along the Lesum
      to the finish.
      Easy to drive tour with very often wonderful views of the Weser and Lesum.
      Some stretches also pass industrial sites.
      However, the magnificent views afterwards make up for it
      the sometimes barren stretches.
      I highly recommend the tour.

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      • October 9, 2021

  4. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷 went for a bike ride.

    September 24, 2021

    Ewald, Nicole J. 🚴🚶‍♀️ and 11 others like this.
    1. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷

      Start and finish: Sottorf, parking lane on a residential street
      From here via Vahrendorf past the open-air museum to the Black Mountains Wildlife Park.
      Continue along forest paths past barrows,
      through the Fischbecker Heide, again near the wildlife park past through the Harburg mountains
      back to Sottorf.
      Tip: easy to drive tour with lots of nature and hardly any car traffic.
      Additional information about the open-air museum and the Black Mountains Wildlife Park.

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      • September 28, 2021

  5. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷 went for a bike ride.

    September 22, 2021

    03:51
    35.1 mi
    9.1 mph
    225 ft
    250 ft
    1. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷

      Start and finish: Hoya, Famila grocery store car park
      On farm roads along the Weser, past the Sebbenhausen lock and the Marina Mehlbergen campsite, under the Weser bridge to the Nienburg harbor.
      From here, past several rest areas, always along the Weser via Drakenburg to Hoya.
      The special thing about this tour:
      Paths that are easy to drive (almost all asphalt),
      hardly any car traffic, often a beautiful view of the Weser.
      Tip: If you are looking for an easy-to-drive tour with an unobstructed view of the Weser, meadows and fields
      then you should do this tour!

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      • September 27, 2021

  6. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷 went for a bike ride.

    September 17, 2021

    1. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷

      Start and finish: "An der Ahe" car park in front of the playground.
      Forest paths along the north path, close to the Wümme
      past the forest classroom to Hellwege.
      (Paths to drive well: solid forest path or fine gravel)
      Rest option in front of or in Hellwege:
      Emperor's inn, also farm shop
      Prüser's inn
      In Hellwege a bit along the road (bike path),
      then turn left onto the "Viehweg" and continue on the meadow path along the Wümme. - beautiful foresight -
      Further stations 3 bridges, Ahauser Mühle and after a long distance an art object with a bench and great foresight. - Pause - (nothing beats liver sausage bread
      for my bitch Frida - see photo -)
      Forest and meadow paths to the destination.
      At the end of the playground.
      Entire tour: Lots of nature, paths to Hellwege very good to drive. The meadow paths a bit bumpy.
      A tour that I am happy to repeat at any time.

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      • September 19, 2021

  7. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷 went for a bike ride.

    September 14, 2021

    1. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷

      Start and finish: Approved cultural landscape garden
      On the bike path next to the road to the Hainmühlen watermill, further on farm and field paths,
      before Bederkesa through a forest to the Bederkesa lake.
      Wonderful circumnavigation of the lake to Bederkesa
      (here there are plenty of places to rest).
      Then partly on bike paths next to the road,
      partly on farm roads (gravel) on the Geeste Canal
      and Geeste over to the goal.
      If you don't mind some gravel paths, this tour is highly recommended.
      So go on, the weather is not getting any better.

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      • September 15, 2021

  8. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷 went for a bike ride.

    September 11, 2021

    1. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷

      Start and finish: Anderlingen center, (sun)
      The true-to-scale implementation of our sun's planetary system impressed me.
      Since I don't have a corresponding tour on "komoot"
      found the entire route i created them.
      This time completely different from what I have done before: I have simply left out facts and figures, paths and nature here.
      To experience the sizes and distances true to scale is an experience for me.
      You should do the tour once on site.
      Much then becomes clearer to the direct relationships.
      Should you not be able to read the writings on the information boards (take a larger screen or look at it directly on site).
      The additional information about the individual planets
      seemed appropriate to me.
      You might find the nature of this info ok in this case.

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      • September 11, 2021

  9. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷 went for a bike ride.

    September 8, 2021

    1. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷

      Start and finish: Zeven city park
      From here along the Mehde, over the Ostebrücke near Offensen to Meinstedt, Sassenholz, Anderlingen to Rehr (Melkhus Deinstedt) This Melkhus is particularly recommended (description).
      Continue past Selsingen, partly a farm road, partly a dirt road to Eitzmühlen (great resting place on weekends).
      Then on roads and bike paths back to
      Begin.
      Easy to drive tour!

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      • September 9, 2021

  10. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷 went for a bike ride.

    August 31, 2021

    02:31
    24.0 mi
    9.5 mph
    200 ft
    200 ft
    1. H.-G.🚲🥾🐕‍🦺📷

      Start and finish: Achim, Weser bridge Uesen
      From the Achim Harbor Park, in the direction of Verden, past 3 small rest areas to the Langwedel lock and
      on to Verden.
      Great bike path, easy to drive, great views of the Weser and the lock canal, meadows and pastures.
      After crossing the Weser in Verden on the way back
      Roads and farm roads back to Achim.
      Paths partly with car traffic, now and then a view of the Weser river.
      All in all, an easy ride with many beautiful views of the Weser, the canal and nature.
      Recommendable!

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      • September 3, 2021

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