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Joerg W.

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About Joerg W.

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Distance travelled

995 mi

Time in motion

132:10 h

Recent Activity
  1. Joerg W. went for a bike ride.

    2 days ago

    01:39
    16.0 mi
    9.7 mph
    700 ft
    775 ft
    1. Joerg W.

      LicheCosy Sunday lap with the children, therefore very relaxed pace. Over the fields along the Meil past various farms (Arnsberger Hof / Agidiushof) up to Obertiefenbach. In Obertiefenbach then into the forest on small paths to Niedertiefenbach. From there a beautiful wide bike path partly through the forest steeply downhill to Eschenau. From there to the Kerkerbachtalradweg down to the Lahn and the Lahntalradweg back. Stop at the ice cream parlor in Dehrn with the kits 🍦🌞

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      • 2 days ago

  2. Joerg W. went for a bike ride.

    6 days ago

    Freki, Patrick Sattler and Klaus like this.
    1. Joerg W.

      After work round with the boys to Limburg, Tal Josaphat, Hollese, over the fields up to the Galgenberg. Always great views up here! Then through the forest down to the Natufreundehaus on the Lahn and the Lahntal cycle path back via Villmar, Runkel, Steeden and Dehrn. No photos because I didn't have a smartphone 😎

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      • 6 days ago

  3. Joerg W. went running.

    June 5, 2021

    01:03
    7.23 mi
    6.9 mph
    500 ft
    525 ft
    Freki and Klaus like this.
    1. Joerg W.

      A heat / humid atmosphere today, so only a moderate pace 🥵Large parts of the route are single trails (km 3.5-7 and 8.5-10 km) through the Dehrner Auewald🌿🌳🍀. Great for running, hiking or cross-country needles🏃‍♂️🚵‍♂️🚶‍♂️. You can also start in Eschhofen / Runkel / Ennerich.Since I didn't actually plan to put this tour online (because of the great trails to imitate, I decided to do it), unfortunately no photos today.

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      • June 5, 2021

  4. Joerg W. went for a bike ride.

    June 3, 2021

    1. Joerg W.

      Once across the Westerwald😊. If you want to feel, smell the Westerwald and experience the countryside, this tour is right for you. My loyal companions today were above all 🐎🐎🐄🐄🐑🐑🐐🐓🐿🦅🐦🐀🤣.The Westerwald-Rhein-Radweg officially starts in Langendernbach. By then it was already 25km and 300hm🥵 for me. Highlights on the way there are the oldest still passable stone bridge in Hesse in Hadamar and the eternal ice in Dorndorf! I also particularly liked: - The cycle path from Westerburg on the old railway line, -Brinkenweiher and Postweiher (here I deliberately left the tour to catch a romantic view of these magnificent lakes), the Hartenfels castle ruins (here, too, it is worthwhile Way up to the keep!), The Neuwied Stadtwald with its Limes path and the many Roman tablets and relics.Unfortunately it got really dark shortly after Vallendar and the last 5km afterwards and in Koblenz I was really bathed. Still a great tour and the weather was great on 97% of the route 🌤

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      • June 3, 2021

  5. Joerg W. went for a bike ride.

    May 31, 2021

    Patrick Sattler, Gerd Rosenkranz and 7 others like this.
    1. Joerg W.

      One of my favorite tours after work! First it goes along the Lahn cycle path to Limburg until shortly before Staffel. Then continue over fields along the ICE route and then a decent climb up to Gückingen. Shortly before entering the village you have a magnificent 270 degree panoramic view! The heights of the Westerwald and Taunus, Feldberg, Mensfelder Kopf, Schaumburg and Lahntal: everything in sight! It continues through the great mixed deciduous forest to Hambach. Behind Hambach a nice climb back into the forest to Görgeshausen. Here we drive a few hundred meters along the road in the direction of Niedererbach until we turn left into the forest about 300m behind the motorway bridge and after about 30m again steeply right into the forest. At the beginning the path is still romantic: a narrow path, dense forest and natural soil. However, that will soon change. It goes steeply downhill, the forest thins out more and more until we continue downhill through the bare forest on a wide forest road towards Erbach. When we arrive in the valley, we keep to the right. The way is no better here. Sad. Half a year ago there was still dense forest and a narrow forest trail😑. Only a few hundred meters before Niedererbach does the path become natural again and the dense forest returns. We cross the village and take a natural, easily navigable cycle path towards Elz. We stop briefly at the Martinsfund (old slate tunnel). Worth seeing! Nice resting place with wayside shrine, explanation board and picnic area! It continues to Elz, via Offheim back to Dickerich😊

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      • May 31, 2021

  6. Joerg W. went running.

    May 29, 2021

    Patrick Sattler, matze and 7 others like this.
    1. Joerg W.

      Another long running tour. Summery warm🌤, but not too hot 👌. The first 5km on the Lahntal cycle path, then shortly before Runkel into the Kerkerbachtal. At the second bridge we cross the brook and it goes over freshly mown, fragrant meadows to the Hofener Mühle (km 9). Great cafe and rest area! Behind the mill is a small stream and a trail. We'll take it and we'll soon be in Hofen. At the Hofener church we cross the main street and take a dirt road leading slightly uphill towards Niedertiefenbach. After a while we come to a nice piece of forest. The path leads us downhill and shortly before the village we keep left on a meadow path and cross the edge of the village. We continue through the village and soon we are back on long country lanes. We pass numerous farms: Marienhof, Casseler Hof, Marienhof (apparently popular name😄), Egidiushof (there are delicious organic eggs☝️), Arnsdorfer Hof. After a few km "Hoftour" we cross under the Meil and get to Ahlbach. Here we meet sheep at a wayside shrine, enjoying the delicious grass. We continue south on dirt roads, past the 2 old wind turbines (Dewind, design Ferdinand Porsche!) And come back to our starting point in Dickerich

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      • May 29, 2021

  7. Joerg W. went for a bike ride.

    May 24, 2021

    03:13
    44.1 mi
    13.7 mph
    1,425 ft
    1,375 ft
    1. Joerg W.

      The elevation profile shows which section of this tour did not go through valleys. First it goes through the Emsbachtal to Werschau, then from Gnadenthal through the Wörsbachtal. Headwind to the south🌬, the rapeseed fields bloom in the most beautiful yellow🌼, behind Wallrabenstein we leave the Wörsbach valley and we go up into the forest🌳🌿, over fields, reaching the old post road above Wallbach, we have most of the hm behind us. Magnificent views up to the Feldberg and a great descent (now with a tail wind😊) to the west via Panrod and other villages, until we reach the Aartal cycle path in Aarbergen-Kettenbach. In Rückershausen we take a short rest at the Antonius spring and fill up the bottles with the well-known healing water. It continues through the Aartal, in Diez then back on the Lahntal cycle path.

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      • May 24, 2021

  8. Joerg W. went for a bike ride.

    May 14, 2021

    02:19
    30.2 mi
    13.1 mph
    900 ft
    700 ft
    Angelika 🦋, Freki and 7 others like this.
    1. Joerg W.

      This tour wasn't planned at all today. Today's fate gave us, so to speak, After 101.7km in the bones we are on the train from Koblenz to Limburg when the announcement comes at Nassau station that a freight train that has driven in front of us has lost a concrete part and is blocking the tracks. When and whether the train can continue is uncertain. It may also be that the train has to go back to Koblenz. Not with us. We decide to get out. Go on 🚲🤘. We take the Lahn cycle path to Obernhof, drive through Laurenburg, Balduinstein, Diez, Aull, .. after 48.7 km and 150 km (!!!) on the day bike speedometer this second day tour ends. "This is what salvation feels like"

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      • May 14, 2021

  9. Joerg W. went for a bike ride.

    May 14, 2021

    05:02
    63.0 mi
    12.5 mph
    2,875 ft
    3,100 ft
    Angelika 🦋, Lutz P. and 34 others like this.
    1. Joerg W.

      Start 8 a.m. Tour with Mario. We ride the Aartal-Loreley cycle path to St. Goarshausen. The tour is flat as far as Hahnstätten. Then the slopes begin. The tour runs up and down to the Rhine. Highlights: -Burg Ardeck in the Aartal, -old city wall in Oberneisen, - quarry and old windmill at Katzenelnbogen, - Schinderhannes birthplace in Miehlen, - thick oak (age: 400-450 yrs) in Endlichhofen, -10km continuous descent on a tarred bike path from Bogl to St. Goarshausen. Arrived at the Rhine we take the ferry to the other side. The cycle path on the Rhine to Koblenz is flat. Numerous castles on the other side of the Rhine are in our focus. After 101.7km we have reached the train station in Koblenz. But the day still has one surprise left for us. It shouldn't have been the last km for today 😉 (see report 2nd day tour)

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      • May 14, 2021

  10. Joerg W. went for a hike.

    May 13, 2021

    02:14
    6.54 mi
    2.9 mph
    625 ft
    600 ft
    Freki, Klaus and 5 others like this.
    1. Joerg W.

      👨‍👦‍👦We start in Langenscheid and after a few 100m we are in the forest on a beautiful, narrow, rustic trail. Fallen trees, lush greenery and the rustling of the Daubach, which is lower down, accompany us until we arrive at a half-abandoned courtyard and after almost 2 km we reach the Lahn valley. We are greeted by a historic, stylish brick archway that belongs to a railway tunnel⛩🛤. Here the tracks are only a few meters under the open sky before they disappear again in the next tunnel. When we arrive at the Lahn, on the other side of the Daubach, a small footpath leads us to the steep ascent over slate and limestone to the great viewpoint Hare Mauer✴. There is a bench here, we have a clear view of the Lahn valley and the railway tunnel. The path leads us further along the field. We pass a monstrous, newly under construction hunter's tree house and soon get back into the forest on a narrow path into the Daubach valley. Once in the valley, continue up the Daubach, always within reach. We pass the Altweiberhöhle (here you can also go in and stand in!) And cross at the old Nassauer Straße / former. Poststrasse the Daubach. Years ago the stone bridge (flood?) Was massively damaged and reduced accordingly. Once on the other side, the so-called Lubentiusweg leads us a good bit above the Daubach on mostly wide forest paths back to the starting point in Langenscheid. Nice round! 👍😊

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      • May 13, 2021

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