3-Rad-Fahrer, Renn-,Gravel und E-MTB, gehe aber auch gerne wandern. Ich lebe im beschaulichen Sinnersdorf. Weitere sportliche Passionen sind BeachVolleyball und Golf.
Über 20 Jahre lang war ich als Speedskater aktiv.
Ich liebe die Natur und versuche die meiste Zeit des Tages mich darin zu bewegen.
- 39:0895.5 mi2.4 mph1,475 ft1,575 ftMap data © OpenStreetMap contributors
- 03:109.06 mi2.9 mph900 ft875 ft
The starting point was the Markusmühle. From here the hiking trail leads through the very beautiful Eifgenbachtal past the Rausmühle to Neuemühle. From there it goes along the Wöllersberger Bach to the village of Stumpf. Here the path leads a little along the road to the village of Grunewald. You continue through a beautiful forest area and Plettenburg to the Coenenmühle. Then it goes on with constant up and down to Bremen. Then another 900 m downhill back to the starting point. With today's temperatures, the length of the tour and at the end of the light snow show, it was a little challenge, but it was worth it.
The tour was hiked in the snow by Andrea, thank you, a week ago.
2 days ago
Winter hike from Kommern on the signposted hiking trail 'Vom Mühlensee zum Eifelblick' with a few small deviations. From the Mühlensee there is a road a little uphill to the hostel. The way up to here is not that nice.
Hostel is a very beautiful and historic village with some old half-timbered houses from around 1681. A look into the 'Chapel of the Three Holy Moors and Saint Hubertus' from the 15th century. is also interesting.
The 'Chicken Hostel' with a small self-service shop is also funny. I also really liked the two vintage cars parked there. Fiat with awesome paintwork.
From the hostel, you continue in the footsteps of the Romans on Via Agrippa through the Eickser Busch to the Kommern open-air museum.
From here the path leads to the Eifel Blick viewpoint
(If you have good eyesight, you can see na d'r Dom luure when the view is clear.)
and further back to Kommern. A stroll through Kommern is a good way to end the hike in better conditions.
Tour inspiration by Axel OUTDOOR SITE
January 10, 2021
Follow-up to the morning visit to Zons in the late afternoon. Made another round of the customs with the woman. It's nice but somehow also depressing that you're almost alone on the road. We were out for about 1 hour. Komoot deactivated too late.
January 5, 2021
The starting point was the Römerbad in Dormagen. From there into the Rhine meadows and on the beaten path along the Rhine to the Piwipp ferry house. From here you can take a passenger and bike ferry to Monheim in summer. Continue along the Rhine to the medieval customs fortress of Zons. After a short stroll through Zons, the way back led through the fields past the Raphaelshaus and through Dormagen back to the starting point. The way back can be made alternatively and a little shortened by the Rheinauen past Rheinfeld.
January 5, 2021