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Thomas K.

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About Thomas K.

Radler, Läufer, Wanderer. Wohnhaft im Münchner Süden.
Ich bin viel mit dem Gravel-Bike unterwegs. Zuhause rund um München oder immer mal wieder auf großer Tour.
Und davon berichte ich auch gerne visuell und textlich in meinem Selbstverlag flow-books.de.
Zum Beispiel von meiner Tour auf der legendären Route 66.

Distance travelled

13,210 mi

Time in motion

1744:07 h

Recent Activity
  1. went gravel riding.

    November 8, 2023

    Graveltour zum Steinsee

    43.5 mi
    11.5 mph
    850 ft
    825 ft
    1. Today I let Komoot guide me completely. The destination should be the Steinsee. And off the streets. Without such a tool, I would never have ventured into the opaque network of never-ending gravel slopes through beautiful autumnal forests. It felt like 95% gravel and forest paths.

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      November 8, 2023
  2. went gravel riding.

    October 26, 2023

    29.5 mi
    6.8 mph
    4,800 ft
    4,450 ft
    1. As part of an olive harvest with friends in Tuscany, I took my bike to climb the highest mountain in the Grosseto area, Monte Amiata. Great little streets, tough climbs and beautiful villages away from the Tuscan mainstream awaited me. Unfortunately, the poor road surface on these side roads made it

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      October 26, 2023
  3. and went cycling.

    October 14, 2023

    30.1 mi
    9.9 mph
    1,275 ft
    1,250 ft
    1. Before the big change in the weather, we did a quick lap around Munich South. First via Grünwald and Straßlach to the romantic Deininger Weiher, then to the panoramic view of the Ludwigshöhe and then the well-deserved stop at Aujäger.

      Afterwards, a pleasant roll through the Pupplinger Au before the somewhat

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      October 14, 2023
  4. went gravel riding.

    October 11, 2023

    62.8 mi
    10.5 mph
    1,750 ft
    1,675 ft
    1. As a technology freak, I had long been aware of the Raisting earth station. I've just never been there. That's why it should be today. A perfect tour in this great weather.

      From Munich we went via Gauting, past Weßlinger See and Pilsensee to the southern part of Ammersee. From Fischen it is not far to

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      October 11, 2023
  5. went for a hike.

    September 24, 2023

    12.0 mi
    2.1 mph
    1,275 ft
    1,400 ft
    1. In order to get back to the Malerweg, we first had to go up to Königstein Fortress. This can be done on foot or alternatively with an old double-decker shuttle bus. Since we also planned to visit the fortress, we used the bus, which was free with the guest card. You have to say, the fortress is worth

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      September 28, 2023
  6. went for a hike.

    September 23, 2023

    19.5 mi
    2.2 mph
    2,175 ft
    2,175 ft
    1. The day starts with a ferry crossing from Schmilka to Hirschmühle. Then the morning climbs up to Reinhardtsdorf-Schöna and continues over fields and hills to the first rest stop at the Liethenmühle. Then up to the Papststein with its impressive rocky landscape.

      This time we chose Königstein as the place

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      September 28, 2023
  7. went for a hike.

    September 22, 2023

    19.9 mi
    2.2 mph
    2,650 ft
    3,350 ft
    1. After breakfast we first had to go back down to the Lichtenhain waterfall to continue our hike on the official painter's trail. From the Kirnitzschtal we then went up to the “Kuhstall” rock gate. An impressive cave opening with a great view. The “Himmelsleiter” behind it leads as a one-way street over

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      September 28, 2023
  8. went for a hike.

    September 21, 2023

    17.3 mi
    2.0 mph
    1,800 ft
    1,575 ft
    1. In the morning we first went past the Ostrauer Mühle and up to the really impressive Schrammsteine. Here you climb through the rocky landscape via paths, stairs and ladders and get new impressions of the landscape around every corner. All you can say is 'Wow'.

      You can take a break here at “The Broad Gap

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      September 28, 2023
  9. went for a hike.

    September 20, 2023

    20.0 mi
    2.1 mph
    2,350 ft
    1,725 ft
    1. On the second day we went from Rathen past Amselsee up the enchanted Amselgrund to Rathewalde and on to Hockstein. What's impressive here is that you're almost floating above the Polenztal and you know you have to go down there. And you overcome that here via narrow steps in a rocky gorge deep down into

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      September 28, 2023
  10. went for a hike.

    September 19, 2023

    17.9 mi
    2.1 mph
    1,225 ft
    1,375 ft
    , , and 24 others like this.
    1. The Malerweg in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains is one of the most beautiful hiking trails in Europe. You wander from superlative to superlative. It is officially divided into 8 stages, but can be shortened or lengthened as desired, as it is basically structured as a circular route and you can use good

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      September 28, 2023
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