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At Füsing it is called "Füsinger Au", at Loit it is called "Loiter Au" ... it's nice there, no matter what its name! So today is the southern tour with two personal highlights: the section from the former Winning circular train stop over the mouth of the river to Schleidörfer Straße and a visit to the curious young cattle from Bauer Lamp in the Füsinger Moor. On the way back there was unfortunately a lot of asphalt but little traffic.
about 10 hours ago
Fantastic weather and all the time in the world for a long hike. You will not be disappointed at the beautiful Bordesholmer See or on the famous Eidertal hiking trail. Both together are twice as good! As soon as we arrived in Flintbek, the train was already there for the return journey. A perfect Saturday afternoon!
April 17, 2021
Actually, I had planned a much larger round after the weather gods had an inspection from noon. Unfortunately, the water then came from below, although my expensive Brooks Ghost Runners should actually be tight. So I involuntarily had to shorten it.
The landscape on the Boholzer Au and the Oxbek is pleasantly close to nature and even home to sea eagles. I actually saw a couple fly up from a wet meadow - unfortunately too far away for my smartphone. The path along the floodplains (it continues on the Oxbek, although not shown in Komoot) is a challenge after persistent rain.
The dam that brings both floodplains together to form the Loiter Au and thus ensures the drainage into the loop is technically interesting.
April 11, 2021
Vacation, the weather is great, a visit to the main station on the train, half a day left ... fits for a quickly planned tour in the region! From the parking lot in the sweet Flüggendorf straight to the wonderful Schwentine to the Rosensee. Then over Rosenfeld, Moorsehden and the "Bogenfreunde Wuldor" course (hurray, I'm still alive) to Lake Dobersdorf. From there via Dobersdorf and the Schädtbek farm back to Flüggendorf. Nothing special but nice.
March 25, 2021
Let's close all eyes and count the piece from Damp to Olpenitz to Eckernförde Bay 😉 and we have a nice end to the stage tour. The weather played along to a certain extent, only on the last 2-3km it got a bit uncomfortable. Today there was a bit more going on on the promenades in Damp and Schönhagen. After Port Olpenitz I am no longer in, because the path ends suddenly at a locked site fence. A dirt road leads south to the parking lot and the bus stop.
March 14, 2021
The third stage from Klein Waabs to Damp 2000 was significantly cooler and windier today. Oops, that was once upon a time ... the name of the well-known holiday, spa and rehabilitation center, which still sounded futuristic in the seventies, is now "Dampland". There are currently dead pants there - a crepes stand was just open and hardly anyone to be seen. It was more interesting to watch the work boats "paving" sand on the Fischleger Strand. The cliffs between Waabs and Schönhagen are home to the sand martin, which creates its breeding cave in the slopes. Unfortunately it takes a while until the birds come back from their southern winter quarters and can then be observed (especially in Schönhagen).
March 6, 2021
The stage tour continued at Eckernförde Bay. First there was a reunion with the wild boars from Gut Hohenstein and this time they were much more trusting. Then back to the coast. There are several campsites in the best location for a few kilometers. Fortunately for me, they were still in hibernation. After a nice stretch of cliff, Klein Waabs was reached and today's destination.
February 28, 2021
Why wander into the distance ... after the strenuous tours of recent times, cozy "local history" is the order of the day. Thanks to the bus line 711 Eckernförde-Kappeln, the left side of the beautiful Eckernförde Bay can also be explored in stages 👍. There are hardly any parking spaces here 👎.
Avoiding the inner-city mask requirement, I first took the "green route" and its extension to the inland port. The port of Eckernförde is a pearl and has still retained some of its original charm. We continued on the popular promenade on Vogelsang (Borbyer Ufer) to the marina on Jungmannufer. The Louisenberger Weg runs from there through a forest to the "Panzerstraße". A short but beautiful hiking trail leads along there to the junction to Gut Hemmelmark. The gate and manor house are really worth seeing and almost demand to be photographed. The Gutsweg then leads along the Hemmelmarker See to the beach. The now following steep bank path offers a grandiose panorama of the Eckernförde Bay. After a stretch of forest path and a visit to the youngsters at Gut Hohenstein, the end of the first stage was reached.
February 27, 2021