Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻



About Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻

Ich habe erst im April 2020 begonnen zu gehen und „arbeite“ jetzt auf mein großes Ziel in 2022 hin.
Ich plane fest den Camino Portugues über 250 km zu gehen.
Dazu muss ich allerdings noch sehr, sehr viel trainieren.
Mittlerweile bin ich zum Genusswanderer geworden. Ich lasse mir viel Zeit, die Natur zu genießen und um zu fotografieren.

Distance travelled

310 mi

Time in motion

121:11 h

Recent Activity
  1. Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻 went for a hike.

    2 days ago

    3.67 mi
    2.5 mph
    350 ft
    375 ft
    🌍👟Wanderecco🎒, Opa Martin and 36 others like this.
    1. Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻

      Weather: Check ✅ Sun until 4 p.m.
      Backpack: Check ✅ everything in there
      Route: Check ✅ The butterfly tour 🦋 at Aurich by @ Sylvia🐈 has done it to me. Thanks for that.
      The access to the circuit was found quickly and beautiful paths through the forest led down to a small lake.
      In fact, there was no end to 🦋 on the entire lap.
      Then it went up again over a meadow path to a refuge with 2 benches with a beautiful view.Further along beautiful dry stone walls down to the Glattbach.Shortly before I was at the brook, at 12:30 p.m. it started‼ ️ too 🌧 like out 🪣.
      Luckily I had my new rain poncho with me, so my backpack stayed dry.
      A look at the app, there is a refuge not that far away.
      So nothing like going to the hut and at least sitting out the strongest rain.
      Unfortunately, the 🌧 didn't want to stop.
      So back into my rubber skins and always along the forest back to the car.
      I didn't want to continue the planned round like this.
      At least the highlight, I still wanted to walk the steep stairs through a former Wengert.
      Now cross the stream over a beautiful, old arched bridge. Then it went into the forest and there she was. Steep, overgrown and seemingly infinitely long.
      I didn't want it any other way. So up there!
      Once at the top, the beautiful path led back to the starting point.

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      • 2 days ago

  2. Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻 went for a hike.

    July 18, 2021

    Jürgen, Ulf Schw... and 53 others like this.
    1. Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻

      Today's round was inspired by #Lisa. Thanks for that!
      After a longer period of abstinence from rain, it should be a lap in the forest.
      The starting point of the round was very close to Tee14 of the Schönbucher Golf Club.
      Up to km 1.6 a hiker or cyclist could be seen from time to time, then it got lonely.
      The first highlight was the short detour to the hermitage.
      Hard to imagine how there from 13.-15. Century someone should have lived.
      Then it went on to the absolute highlight, the Knüppelweg through the Birkensee.
      Myriads of flies 🪰🦟 were just waiting for someone to come by.
      Still, it was interesting to take the Knüppelweg.
      Unfortunately, some cyclists have tried to take this route and dug very deep furrows in the bog.
      The flies accompanied me on the rest of the route, which leads through the fairways of the golf club.
      A nice round, without any challenges.

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      • July 18, 2021

  3. Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻 went for a hike.

    July 9, 2021

    4.93 mi
    2.5 mph
    400 ft
    450 ft
    1. Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻

      Today rain was forecast again. The loop around the Leudenbachtal seemed just right for this weather.
      As far as the Seewäldle, the path led over forest highways and somewhat muddy hiking trails. All in all good to go.
      At the Seewäldle the sun even came out briefly and I was able to take a leisurely pause at the lake. Here the water lilies are in full bloom. Beautiful.Now it was getting darker in the sky.
      The path continued to Gasthaus Zum Schellenhof.
      Now it really started to rain. Quickly put on my rain jacket and continued up the mountain into the forest.
      There I met a lonely wanderer. At home I knew that the hiker was Gabi, alias Wanderecco, who set out to look for summer and found November 😉
      Until then, the round was babbling to itself.
      A short time later came the “Finale Furioso”.
      First you come to a lookout point with a wonderful view of the Leudenbachtal.
      Next you stand above a rather steep vineyard.
      Suddenly Komoot commands the right onto the hiking trail!
      What, down there😳❓
      Never ever‼ ️
      I am neither free from giddiness nor particularly sure-footed.
      So first of all very carefully to the small stairs and found that the path then leads along to the left above the vineyard.
      Now put all your courage together and go down the small stairs. In front of me it felt like 100 m straight down.
      Made the stairs and now left along the Mäuerle. After 10m I was safe. The path widened and led away from the slope.
      The rest was a breeze.
      A pleasant round with a spectacular end.
      Today I met a proud rider, a lonely hiker and a funny hiking group. More was not going on.

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      • July 9, 2021

  4. 🌍👟Wanderecco🎒, Marko Olpp and 69 others like this.
    1. Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻

      Today I made a tour through the Schönbuch near Herrenberg.
      The starting point was the S-Bahn station in Nufringen.
      The first 3 km were ok to warm up. Then it went into the forest. It was almost exclusively on muddy, somewhat slippery trails to the top.
      When it's dry, a dream to go. I was on my own up to the Schönbuchturm. Unfortunately, I was also found food for the small, annoying flies.
      On the way, Kommot let me down. At a high stand a path should go down to the left - nothing found.
      So down hill and dale to a small stream that I also had to cross. At some point I found a job and I was back on schedule. Now just once more steeply up to the Schönberg tower. A short stretch was very steep and then moderately up to the tower. That was the only time I saw other hikers.
      After a short rest, we started our way back, always through the forest, to the Kapf viewpoint, where two benches invite you to rest. You pass the geologically interesting reed sandstone fault.
      Shortly before the end of the round, it started raining again.
      When the paths are dry, it is a varied round.

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      • July 6, 2021

    1. Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻

      After 2 rainy weeks it was finally time to do a lap again.
      Inspired by a group of @Matthias Brandt, we went to the northern Black Forest.
      And what a round that was. according to my taste. The route led almost exclusively over narrow hiking trails and steep stairs, first down to a small Kneipp facility and then always along the stream to Calmbach. Only the singing of the birds and the babbling of the brook could be heard.
      In Calmbach I actually met people for the first and last time.
      From Calmbach on, reality caught up with me again. Until then, the path led steadily, partly down steep stairs. Now I had to go up again !!
      The next highlight was the Lost Place Charlottenhöhe. There are still a few inhabited houses up there, but it was dead quiet on the Charlottenhöhe. Nothing, not a sound. The path continues uphill through the forest.
      Shortly before the parking lot you can make a small detour to a game reserve. I saved myself that because it started raining.
      It was a great, varied round always in the forest, mostly on narrow paths that are worth walking.

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      • July 3, 2021

  5. Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻 went for a hike.

    June 15, 2021

    Jonaro 🗻, Jürgen and 75 others like this.
    1. Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻

      Before the big heat wave came, I wanted to go for a nice lap in the forest.During the week and then another kind of weather, I chose the Monbachtal.
      I started at the upper end, in Neuhausen.
      My first impression:
      Sch… isch des Schee!
      At the bridge in the upper Monbachtal I met a very nice Komootler who was also looking for the way.
      We talked very nicely and extensively about our hiking plans.
      I wish her the best.
      In the forest past Monakam it went down to the entrance to the Monbachtal.Wow, wow, wow, it starts off very impressively.
      The valley is really spectacular and the number of hikers was limited.
      The only thing that could be heard was the rustling of the brook and the birds singing. Gorgeous!The path went steadily, partly over stones and roots, up the valley and finally back to the starting point.It was absolutely a MUST DO tour.

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      • June 15, 2021

  6. Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻 went for a hike.

    June 14, 2021

    Malizia, Läuferin and 54 others like this.
    1. Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻

      Today I ended up in an area I've never been to.
      Even the journey made me enthusiastic.
      The small villages with their half-timbered houses and the vineyards were very nice to look at.
      Shortly after Ochsenbach was the parking lot for hikers.
      After about 1 km on a flat stretch, the first highlight came: The view from the white quarry into the Stromberg area was fantastic.
      The path continued downhill to the whetstone blade.
      Shortly afterwards you pass the Petersbrunnen and on to the Robertsbrunnen.
      A small biotope is fed with the spring water.
      At the edge of the forest you come to the deer fountain, which was unfortunately too hot and gave no water.
      The next destination was the Katzenbach reservoir.
      But obviously from the wrong side
      On "my" side, the lawn was reserved for friends of nudist culture. There was absolutely nothing aesthetic about the sight.
      I then changed my planned routing and turned it around on the paragraph.
      This path then led me to another high point for me.
      In the forest I had to walk 500 m up the mountain through a forest aisle. So if you're going up the mountain, please do so.
      Once at the top, it went back to the starting point on wide forest roads with lots of shade.
      So I really liked this tour, except for the aesthetic debacle at the Katzenbach reservoir, and I will definitely put together more tours in this area.

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      • June 14, 2021

  7. Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻 went for a hike.

    June 3, 2021

    🌍👟Wanderecco🎒, Opa Martin and 25 others like this.
    1. Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻

      Today a big round was planned from Aichelberg via Deutsches Haus, Boßler, Häringen, Weilheim / Teck to Aichelberg.
      But unfortunately the weather thwarted my plans.
      The Aichelberg with its incredible view as far as Stuttgart was a real highlight and worth the effort to go up. We continued on a wide forest path to the German House, which was open again for the first day after a long time. Bring a corona test or vaccination book with a complete corona vaccination.
      From Deutsche Haus it goes through the forest up to the Boßler. Halfway through, I had to turn back. Lightning, thunder and heavy rain put an end to my project.

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      • June 3, 2021

  8. 🌍👟Wanderecco🎒, Opa Martin and 64 others like this.
    1. Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻

      It is done, the 40 km from Glemseck in Leonberg to the mouth in Oberriexingen have been covered.
      The 3rd and last stage from the train station in Schwieberdingen to the mouth of the Glems in Unterriexingen is like the Glems. She splashes along.
      About half of the route is on asphalt, and the rest of the route is gravel, with the exception of 2 short stretches of footpaths.
      I went as far as the mouth of the Glems in the Enz. The two rivers unite in a very unspectacular manner.
      My conclusion of the tour: It is clearly a route for bicycles that you come across in abundance.
      For the next few weeks I will try to avoid paved roads.

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      • May 30, 2021

  9. Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻 went for a hike.

    May 29, 2021

    🌍👟Wanderecco🎒, Malizia and 72 others like this.
    1. Wanderonkel 🥾🎒🚶🏻

      So today was the continuation of my Glemstal hike.
      From the train station in Höfingen it was unspectacular on a wide path to Ditzingen
      A new, modern place with funny yellow umbrellas has been created at the castle mill.
      After the school center, the way was much more in line with my expectations. It went on in a natural and narrow way. always along the stream to the valley mill.
      There I was very lucky to meet the senior bosses and we had a long chat. Leit there would be very nice.
      Soon afterwards, the main road had to be climbed 250 m.
      From then on the path became more and more interesting.
      Shortly below the Nippenburg we went back down to the Glems, which now had to be crossed twice,
      I walked the path from the first crossing a few weeks ago and I was really looking forward to it. But unfortunately the paths were lined with nettles over a meter high. I was stupidly wearing shorts and badly burned both legs.
      Tip: if you want to go there, please wear long trousers!
      Shortly after the stump mill, the path for today came to an end:
      Now the last part from Schwieberdingen to Unterriexingen, then this little adventure would be completed.

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      • May 29, 2021

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