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Fernzeit * Janice Kauert 🥾🌳👣🐗🚴‍♀️

About Fernzeit * Janice Kauert 🥾🌳👣🐗🚴‍♀️

Schön, dass du mich gefunden hast. Ich wandere, radel und reise für mein Leben gerne und teile diese Leidenschaft mit meinen Freunden, Bekannten und Hamburgern. facebook.com/groups/1107220915954783Kontaktiere mich gerne unter:
janika@gmx.de
bei Facebook unter Janice Kauert:
m.facebook.com/janice.kauert
oder bei Instagram:
instagram.com/naturwach
Ich mache fast ausschließlich Aktiv- Urlaube und bin in jeder freien Minute draußen. Bei meinen geplanten Touren hier bei Komoot gebe ich Zeit und Treffpunkt an, kommt gerne dazu. Die Wanderungen sind sportlich mit ca. 5,0 km/h, die Radtouren etwa 16 - 17 km/h.Gruß Janice

Distance travelled

4,094 mi

Time in motion

1100:07 h

Recent Activity
  1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert 🥾🌳👣🐗🚴‍♀️ went for a hike.

    5 days ago

    03:52
    12.4 mi
    3.2 mph
    450 ft
    425 ft
    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert 🥾🌳👣🐗🚴‍♀️

      Today with 21 good-humored hikers hiked a 20 km tour criss-cross through the Boberg lowlands. Nobody knew the eastern part with its slopes and orchid terraces. These were created because tetrassenförnig clay was mined there 125 years ago until limestone was found. Ideal conditions with southern exposure for the wild orchids. The dunes are of course fantastic, even if it is exhausting to walk in the sand with shoes. Many did not know that there is also a lot of heather here and not in the Lüneburg and Fischbeker heaths. Two successful coffee and cake breaks at the information center and the airfield. The weather was also on our side despite the probability of rain.
      Thanks to Julia from the hiking guide course, who came to visit from Leer to hike with us.
      Thank you for so much nice company.
      Kind regards Janice

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      • 5 days ago

    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert 🥾🌳👣🐗🚴‍♀️

      I have had the Brenner Moor on my list for a long time and now it was exactly on the way back from Daldorf back to Hamburg and we just wanted to do a little lap. We saw 2 large flocks of around 200 gray geese each landing and pausing on their way south to winter. Great. We were also able to observe several buzzards.
      The moor is beautiful, especially the part along the Trave. We want to come back and then do a bigger lap.
      Kind regards Janice

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      • October 3, 2021

    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert 🥾🌳👣🐗🚴‍♀️

      Neither of us have ever been to Plön and a couple's weekend is long overdue. So I booked a much too expensive accommodation in Pettluis in the country, which is worthwhile. A manor house very lonely, secluded and pure nature, as we love it. And lots of animals: cows, geese and chickens. Splendid. Before we moved into our accommodation, we were in Plön. Enjoyed the great view of the water on Prinzeninsel, strolled through the pretty old town and ate cake in the café. Now we let the evening fade away and have found a delivery service that comes nowhere.
      Kind regards Janice

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      • October 2, 2021

    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert 🥾🌳👣🐗🚴‍♀️

      The tour first took the eight of us along the Alster and the copper pond, then it went up the garbage mountain, where we enjoyed a long break in the sunshine, the good mood and the beautiful atmosphere and the view over Hamburg.
      Then we went back down past the Hummelsee through the nature reserve Hummelsbütteller Moore and then further into the Raakmoor.
      Here we took a second break at the retention basin and watched Achim and his mallard friends.
      Achim is an Asian mandarin drake and came to Raakmoor alone without a partner a year ago.
      At first the mallards didn't want him among them, but he persisted and was accepted.
      What a wonderful guy 🥰
      Lukas was the only cock in the basket who did well today, right? 😂
      Oh stop: Minos was our male, hairy star today 😍
      Great weather, great troop, beautiful route, pure nature!Greetings your Janice

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      • September 28, 2021

    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert 🥾🌳👣🐗🚴‍♀️

      The last via ferrata tour today was tough.
      The boys went D / E and Andrea and I went to category B. It was really relaxed and easy. However, the way down and back turned out to be difficult. Here we had to go down quite steeply and not with rope insurance, but rather down and that is quite exhausting and uncomfortable, because you can't see where you are stepping. In addition, it was partly wet and extremely slippery.
      It would have been easier to go back down the A / B climb because it wasn't that steep.
      But everything worked out and the Kaiserschmarrn was all the more delicious on the Alm.
      Then there was another 400 m with the bobsleigh run down over 2 km and the rest, as well as up with the gondola. Wonderful end to the vacation.
      Kind regards Janice

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      • September 17, 2021

  2. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert 🥾🌳👣🐗🚴‍♀️ went mountaineering.

    September 16, 2021

    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert 🥾🌳👣🐗🚴‍♀️

      Today's via ferrata was over 140 meters in altitude, difficulty category C.
      It was a bit more demanding and exhausting than yesterday and again in a sensational setting. We enjoyed it very much, especially since we were the only ones again.
      Kind regards Janice

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      • September 16, 2021

  3. 01:28
    3.21 mi
    2.2 mph
    1,050 ft
    1,025 ft
    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert 🥾🌳👣🐗🚴‍♀️

      Today's tour was the most beautiful so far. The via ferrata in the difficulty of category B / C led us over 200 meters in altitude through a gorge and the entire time along the raging river. A great setting. We were completely alone on the via ferrata. Perfect. It was a lot of fun.
      Kind regards Janice

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      • September 15, 2021

    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert 🥾🌳👣🐗🚴‍♀️

      As in the previous year, we went up to the Celon Stollen on the Italian border. With a climbing harness, helmet and headlamp, it was an hour through the tunnel.
      The boys then did another via ferrata that I already knew from last year and so Andrea and I hiked up to the point where the climb ends and waited for the boys. Wonderful weather and apart from a few goats with their shepherd not a soul. We had the entire valley and the mountains to ourselves. What a pleasure. Fantastic. Kind regards Janice

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      • September 14, 2021

    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert 🥾🌳👣🐗🚴‍♀️

      I went this via ferrata for the second time. We were here almost exactly a year ago.
      From the Watschinger Alm it went to the start of the via ferrata Däumling. Category B / C.
      Stepping back or giving up and taking a wrong step can have catastrophic consequences here.
      It is 150 m high and 450 m long.
      It was just as fun again.

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      • September 12, 2021

    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert 🥾🌳👣🐗🚴‍♀️

      On the way to Austria we make a stopover in the cute little village with 6000 inhabitants Linz on the Rhine. Here we collect Klaus and spend the night with him. After a 6-hour drive, it's a treat to take a short tour of the town. A view of the Rhine, whose banks with a sandy beach and rows of trees are very reminiscent of sections of the Elbe.
      Definitely worth a visit.
      My uncle from Sankt Augustin even joined us spontaneously.
      Kind regards Janice

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      • September 11, 2021

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