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Fernzeit * Janice Kauert

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About Fernzeit * Janice Kauert

Schön, dass du mich entdeckt 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:
facebook.com/janice.kauert
oder bei Instagram:
instagram.com/janikaja
Ich mache fast ausschließlich Aktiv- Urlaube und bin in jeder freien Minute draußen.Aktuell mache ich mit meinem Freund eine Rundreise durch Schweden über 6 Monate in unserem VW BusBei 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

3,021 mi

Time in motion

729:47 h

Recent Activity
  1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert went for a hike.

    about 11 hours ago

    02:39
    7.79 mi
    2.9 mph
    475 ft
    425 ft
    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert

      As part of the one-week VHS course forest, game and hunting, a forester gave us a guided tour through Duvenstedter Brook today and we were told how the 5 foresters work in the area. Two thirds there are deciduous forest and one third coniferous forest. There are roe deer, deer, wild boar, adders and every year in spring a pair of eagle owls breed there directly on one of the main paths.
      It was very insightful and interesting. Tomorrow we will go with a hunter through the Wohldorfer forest.
      Kind regards Janice

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      • about 5 hours ago

  2. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert, Werner and 11 others like this.
    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert

      Autumn, Autumn, Autumn is here "...This time dear Goran led us 22 km through this beautiful corner of Hamburg and Schleswig Holstein.Autumn presented itself to us today with its full beauty and in all its colors.17 hikers were drawn out into nature today and were rewarded with sunny, warm temperatures. It went through Hamburg's largest forest, the Wohldorfer Forest, then past the Bredenbeck pond and through the Ahrensburg Stellmoor. Once again a very harmonious group with great conversations, so that the time flew by.
      Thanks to Goran for the organization and all hikers for your trust and participation.
      Greetings Goran and Janice

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      • 2 days ago

  3. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert and 3 others went for a hike.

    October 10, 2020

    02:30
    6.83 mi
    2.7 mph
    300 ft
    300 ft
    Fernzeit * Janice Kauert, Maik and 24 others like this.
    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert

      In the most beautiful autumn weather, 18 hikers took a look at the beautiful Vollhöfner forest today. Let's hope this piece of paradise is preserved.
      48 different bird species breed here every year. We saw numerous traces of rain, rabbits and wild boars.
      "A natural paradise on the Alte Süderelbe
      The Vollhöfner forest is an extraordinary piece of nature in the southwest of Hamburg. For more than 50 years, the area has been able to develop completely undisturbed by human interference. Nevertheless, there is a risk of deforestation for the expansion of the port
      The natural development of the forest can be wonderfully observed in the Vollhöfner Wald: The flora is dominated by a pioneering forest of white willows, quivering poplars and birches, which slowly transition into the next forest level (deciduous / mixed forest) with the emerging sycamore maple and pedunculate oak.
      Should there actually be construction here, at least 23,000 trees would have to give way. "
      Greetings Janice

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      • October 10, 2020

  4. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert and 5 others went for a hike.

    October 4, 2020

    04:10
    13.0 mi
    3.1 mph
    1,350 ft
    1,325 ft
    Fernzeit * Janice Kauert, Hubert and 32 others like this.
    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert

      With 20 motivated hikers, we are today a whopping 410 meters through the Harburg mountains. A great group that was very motivated.
      The route is super beautiful and invites you to hike. You are welcome to copy them.
      The Hasselbrack is the highest mountain in Hamburg at 116 m. However, the Lange Stein was the highest point of our tour at 129 m and is part of Lower Saxony.
      Thanks to so many great hikers, nice conversations and new faces.
      I'm already looking forward to next Saturday.
      Greetings Janice

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      • October 4, 2020

  5. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert went for a hike.

    September 24, 2020

    01:48
    3.88 mi
    2.2 mph
    1,800 ft
    1,700 ft
    Fernzeit * Janice Kauert, Manfred H. and 17 others like this.
    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert

      Actually, we wanted to go a via ferrata, but the weather was so strong with strong wind and no visibility more than 20 m that we had to start the way back with a heavy heart.
      You're not in there. The important thing is not to push through your plans in a hurry, but to make the right decisions should circumstances require. We then made ourselves really comfortable in our accommodation and took an extensive coffee break

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      • September 25, 2020

  6. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert went for a hike.

    September 23, 2020

    01:55
    2.94 mi
    1.5 mph
    1,550 ft
    1,400 ft
    Fernzeit * Janice Kauert, Manfred H. and 14 others like this.
    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert

      Circular hike along the Italian border. At the top of the little Pal, a defense system used by the Austrians from the First World War was rebuilt. Here are military monuments and war (open-air) museums of the Austrians and Italians, because during the First World War the Kleine Pal (1863 m) was a strategically important point on the mountain front a little east of the top of the pass. Really impressive. By chance even met the Austrian federal ruler, professional soldiers, who were on their way to learn something about cultural history

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      • September 24, 2020

  7. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert went for a hike.

    September 22, 2020

    02:13
    5.75 mi
    2.6 mph
    1,025 ft
    1,075 ft
    Volker.S, wir-leben-mobil and 7 others like this.
    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert

      We actually wanted to hike near the Zollnersee, but the navigation system led us to another parking lot. The boys actually ran there, we girls went back to the car, the boys picked up

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      • September 24, 2020

  8. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert went on a Tour.

    September 21, 2020

    Fernzeit * Janice Kauert, Manfred H. and 7 others like this.
    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert

      The second day of climbing took us to the Italian border to the Plöckenpass.
      The short, crisp hike led us to the Cellon tunnel, where we went up about 180 m with headlamps for almost an hour with difficulty A / B.
      Another half an hour then the ascent over a steep scree field to the Senza Confini via ferrata.
      Approx. 350 m height with difficulty B / C to D at the key point, a fireplace that wasn't even our main concern.
      It's good that the most difficult and force-tugging passages were at the beginning and that we then climbed on and on with concentration, slowly and steadily. In between, a strong wind blew for 20 minutes and it started to rain briefly.
      After almost 3 hours on the via ferrata the redeeming goal. Done. Exhausted and so happy to have made it.
      A short lunch break and then the first half was quite steep, later flat again down to the starting point.

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      • September 23, 2020

  9. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert went on a Tour.

    September 20, 2020

    Fernzeit * Janice Kauert, Manfred H. and 18 others like this.
    1. Fernzeit * Janice Kauert

      From the Watschinger Alm it went to the start of the via ferrata Däumling. Category B / C. My second via ferrata out on the rock, only this time different than the first time without a mountain guide.
      It worked surprisingly well, even if you have to collect yourself and pull yourself together again and again.
      Stepping back or giving up and taking a wrong step can have catastrophic consequences here.
      It is 150 m high and 450 m long.
      Then it went up to the summit of the Gartnerkofel.
      Grandiose view, wonderful introduction to the vacation. Since we were quite late and did not begin the descent until 5:30 p.m., we had the way back to ourselves ... Except for 10 marmots 😍

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      • September 20, 2020

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