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Martin aus der alten Hütte

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About Martin aus der alten Hütte

Ich heiße Martin 👓 und komme aus 🏠 Augsburg.
Mein "zweites" 🏕 Zuhause sind die Allgäuer- und Ammergauer Alpen. Dort verbringe ich so gut wie es geht meine freie ⏰ Zeit. Im ☀️ Sommer schnüre ich meine Bergstiefel 🥾 für die ausgiebigen Bergtouren und im ☃️ Winter tausche ich 🥾 durch Schneeschuhe oder Langlaufski 🎿 aus. Bei mir heißt es nicht schneller, höher und weiter, sondern 🐢 Entschleunigung. Mit guter Fernsicht 📷 und immer Brotzeit 🥨 🧀 im Rucksack.
Ihr dürft mir gerne Folgen🚶‍♂️oder eine Nachricht in meinem 📬 Postkasten hinterlassen. Vielleicht geht ja mal ein "Hike" zusammen. Würde mich freuen! 👀 Kontakt: martins-postkasten@web.deGutes Berggehen!
Martin

Distance travelled

144 mi

Time in motion

63:00 h

Recent Activity
  1. Martin aus der alten Hütte went for a hike.

    2 days ago

    03:07
    6.48 mi
    2.1 mph
    2,475 ft
    2,475 ft
    Catherine🥀, Sash86 and 25 others like this.
    1. Martin aus der alten Hütte

      From the fog to the sun!After it was foggy all week in Augsburg and I wanted to feel the sun again, I went to the mountains today. The weather was nice. It was like that ...I started my tour at the Alpspitzbahn Nesselwang. From there it went on the waterfall path towards Sportheim Böck. A very nice path that first led up stairs and later through the forest. I hiked past the sports center on a wide path that was partly very icy on the Edelsberg. After a break and a long snack, we went back over the Alpspitz downhill into the valley to the parking lot of the Alpspitzbergbahn.It was a wonderful sunny mountain day with a great view. It was worth it again.Good mountain walking
      Martin

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      • 2 days ago

  2. Martin aus der alten Hütte went mountaineering.

    November 13, 2020

    04:25
    11.5 mi
    2.6 mph
    3,550 ft
    3,425 ft
    1. Martin aus der alten Hütte

      Mountain days not available!Today I took my time off and went to the region of the Bavarian King Ludwig. The plan was to go to the Branderschrofen.So I started at the Drehhütte parking lot and walked towards Neuschwanstein Castle. Over the Marienbrücke, which I had to myself today, I followed the red dot uphill to the Tegelberghaus. The way to get there today was absolutely amazing. The views over and over again on the lap and the surrounding lakes were awesome. Once at the top, it went to the Branderschrofen shoulder and on to the summit cross. After a long break in glorious sunshine and a snack, I made my way back, which was the same at the beginning. After the stairs, which were very sweaty uphill, I took the path on the right that led in a serpentine manner to the Rohrkopfhütte. From there I followed the signs to the turning hut and finally to the parking lot.Danger! Pöllatschlucht is closed.Good mountain walking
      Martin

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      • November 13, 2020

  3. Martin aus der alten Hütte went on a Tour.

    November 7, 2020

    01:07
    4.14 mi
    3.7 mph
    50 ft
    50 ft
    Catherine🥀, Christof and 21 others like this.
    1. Martin aus der alten Hütte

      Actually, I wanted to replenish my vitamin D supply (sun vitamin) today, for a strong and active immune system that you can currently use.The sun didn't show up today, a thick blanket of fog hung over Augsburg. But still I set out and walked from the allotment gardens in Haunstetten am Lochbach south to Königsbrunn. It was wonderful. The forest shrouded in fog and such a dull silence, just right to clear your head.Exercise in nature in the fresh air is probably also good for strengthening the immune system. Everything done right....Good exercise
      Martin

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      • November 7, 2020

  4. Martin aus der alten Hütte went mountaineering.

    October 31, 2020

    04:29
    9.68 mi
    2.2 mph
    2,650 ft
    2,575 ft
    Armin Allgäu 😊, Catherine🥀 and 29 others like this.
    1. Martin aus der alten Hütte

      After the last time I was traveling in the Augsburg region according to the motto “if you rest, you rust”, I was drawn back towards the mountains today ..... the Hasentalkopf.Today I hiked from the large hiking car park in the rear Graswang valley into the Sägerbach valley. First it went on a forest road along the Sägerbach.
      I reached the Bäckenalmstattel via meadows that were very muddy and slippery today. After a short break it went on and after a short time I reached the edge of the boiler wall, which resembles a volcanic crater. Around the time of year a small lake usually forms at the bottom of the crater and that was the case today.
      I hiked down to climb back up to the edge of the kettle on the opposite side. At the highest point, the Scheinbergjoch, I took a path to the left over a ridge that led to the summit of the Hasentalkopf.
      Back to the Scheinbergjoch, there was a proper snack before we went downhill. I went down to the Lösertaljoch. At the Lösertaljoch I followed the signs downhill to the Lösertalgraben and soon I reached the forest road in Sägertal that led back to the parking lot.Good mountain walking
      Martin

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      • October 31, 2020

  5. Martin aus der alten Hütte went on a Tour.

    October 18, 2020

    Armin Allgäu 😊, Birgit Reinhardt and 23 others like this.
    1. Martin aus der alten Hütte

      Today I did a lap in Augsburg's Siebentischwald under the motto “if you rest, you rust”. You could also say that if you do not practice certain activities regularly, you lose the activity. So do our joints. If these are not regularly moved in their full range of motion, the joints also lose their full mobility. So today I enjoyed the beautiful autumn weather in addition to running.Good exercise
      Martin

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      • October 18, 2020

  6. Martin aus der alten Hütte went for a hike.

    October 4, 2020

    03:16
    6.75 mi
    2.1 mph
    2,525 ft
    2,500 ft
    Armin Allgäu 😊, Anneliese and 23 others like this.
    1. Martin aus der alten Hütte

      Today spontaneously on the Laber .....From the Laberbahn car park over the Schartenkopf, the main Laber summit to the Laberbahn mountain station. The descent to the Soilasee over the alp back to the parking lot.Others had the idea too. Despite that it was very busy today, it was a very nice ascent over the Schartenkopf to the Laberbahn mountain station. The way up led partly through forest with always beautiful views of the Notkarspitze. Shortly before the Schartenkopf there were places secured by wire rope. Once at the top, the view from the sun terrace was not so special, as it was very cloudy. The descent led past the Soila lake, which had no water today and looked more like a green area, to the Soilaalpe. After a short break we went back to the parking lot via the forest path.Good mountain walking.
      Martin

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      • October 4, 2020

  7. Martin aus der alten Hütte went for a hike.

    September 24, 2020

    Armin Allgäu 😊, Blue_Zora and 26 others like this.
    1. Martin aus der alten Hütte

      The best time in life are the little moments when you feel you are at the right time, in the right place.Today I started at the Berggasthof Sonnenklause. There is a small free parking lot for hikers in front of the inn.It takes two and a quarter hours to get from the Sonnenklause to the Sonnenkopf. The path is tarred at the beginning and soon becomes a path that leads through forest and later over a slope. Passing a small wooden hut, you soon stand on the ridge that leads to the Sonnenkopf. Here you have a wonderful view of the Rotspitze, small and large thumbs. Unfortunately not today, as the peaks of all the mountains were overcast. When you arrive at the Sonnenkopf, continue on the path to the Heidelbeerkopf (no summit cross) and Schnippenkopf. To make the round tour perfect, follow the ridge downhill to the Falkenalpe. At the Alpe right, past the Entschenalphütte, it goes back to the Berggasthof Sonnenklause...... arrived at the mountain inn there was a coffee and cake on the sun terrace before we went home again.Good mountain walking.
      Martin

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      • September 24, 2020

  8. Martin aus der alten Hütte went mountaineering.

    September 20, 2020

    1. Martin aus der alten Hütte

      Wow ... what an amazing view!With the first ride, we take the Karwendelbahn to the starting point of the tour. The weather today is perfect for the Mittenwald Höhenweg. We walk from the mountain railway to the northern Linderspitze in half an hour. Today's mountain tour begins here, where we also put on our via ferrata set and helmet. In about an hour we reach the southern Linderspitze via ladders and passages secured by wire ropes. After a short break and enjoying the beautiful panoramic view, we continue to Sulzleklammspitze and Kirchlspitz, which we can reach in an hour and a half. On the ridge that leads us downhill to Brunnsteinanger, we have a wonderful view in all directions. When you arrive at the sign that indicates an hour and a quarter to the Brunnsteinhütte, the serpentines go quite steeply downhill. The later way to the hut leads us through the slope overgrown with mountain pines and is much flatter. We enjoy a cold beer on the sunny terrace before returning to Mittenwald on the ladder path in one and a half hours. A highlight is the suspension bridge to cross the deep valley cut. Exhausted and satisfied, we reach the parking lot.Even if you take the Karwendelbahn to the starting point and save yourself the ascent, the ups and downs of this tour should not be underestimated. Surefootedness, a head for heights and physical condition are required.Good mountain walking.
      Martin

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      • September 21, 2020

  9. Martin aus der alten Hütte went mountaineering.

    September 15, 2020

    05:02
    10.8 mi
    2.2 mph
    3,900 ft
    3,800 ft
    Gitti, Bernd Kühne and 34 others like this.
    1. Martin aus der alten Hütte

      Mountain days are my favorite days!I used the late summer day and walked from Hinterstein to the Breitenberg and over the Hohe Gänge to the Rotspitze. The weather was perfect for my favorite day.The tour to the Breitenberg starts at the paid parking lot (€ 4 per day) Hintersteiner Säge. Along the Ostrach to the signs for Breitenberg 3h and Älpe-Alpe 1.5h. The path leads past the Älpe-Alpe and from there it is another 1.5 hours to the Breitenberg. Past the summit cross to the next signage, there is the possibility to descend into the Retterschwangtal. For those who just want to do the Breitenberg. If you want to go to the Rotspitze, go over the Hohe Gänge (sure-footed and free from giddiness absolutely necessary) to the Heubatspitze. From the summit cross it is then 0.45 hours to the Rotspitze. The descent takes place in a high valley of Häbelesgund and to the Retterschwang valley. From there it is another 1 hour to the Hintersteiner saw.There is no place to stop on the tour. Those who are free from giddiness and sure-footed will definitely like the Hohe Gänge. For me it was a nice challenge that I really enjoyed.Good mountain walking.
      Martin

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      • September 16, 2020

  10. Martin aus der alten Hütte went for a hike.

    September 12, 2020

    1. Martin aus der alten Hütte

      From Buching to the Buchenberg over the Schönleitenschrofen to the Drehhütte and back .....I started in Buching at the chairlift and walked over the Steigle up to the Buchenberg. On the way up there is a view of the 6 lakes. Once at the top, it went in the direction of Vordere Mühlberger Älpele. And from there to the Schönleitenschrofen. Since I didn't want to walk back the same way, I walked back to Buching via the Drehhütte and Bannwaldsee.The not so nice thing about the tour was that you have to walk from the Bannwaldsee on the very busy road back to Buching. Otherwise a very nice day tour for which you need stamina and a little surefootedness shortly before the summit.Good mountain walking.
      Martin

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      • September 13, 2020

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