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Anette
 

About Anette

Als Wahlberlinerin bin ich hauptsächlich in Berlin und, für das Kontrastprogramm, im ländlichen Brandenburg unterwegs. Bereits seit Jahren nutze ich komoot für meine Wanderungen und Radtouren. Zuerst ging es mir nur um die grobe Planung, aber sehr schnell wurde die App dann auch mein persönliches Reisetagebuch. Schließlich habe ich meine Touren veröffentlicht, individuelle Collections erstellt - und das Feedback aus der Community als wunderbare Bestätigung und als eine großartige Quelle der Inspiration erfahren. Als offizielle Collection-Redakteurin plane ich seit Anfang 2021 nicht mehr nur meine Touren, sondern auch, wenn du magst, deine. Viele der Touren kenne ich gut. Superspannend ist es für mich, völlig neue Gebiete zu erkunden, Routen zu planen und interessante Highlights zu finden. Wenn du feststellst, dass bei meinen Touren ein Weg nicht mehr passierbar ist oder ein Highlight den Namen nicht länger verdient, dann lass es mich wissen, damit die Tour aktualisiert und verbessert werden kann. Ich freue mich aber auch sehr über deine Anregungen, Fragen oder Ideen zu gemeinsamen Aktivitäten: anette013014@googlemail.comHier geht´s zu meiner Uckermark-Collection: komoot.de/collection/890366/-uckermark-brandenburg

Distance travelled

5,565 mi

Time in motion

1473:29 h

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  1. Anette went for a hike.

    May 1, 2021

    04:27
    15.4 mi
    3.5 mph
    800 ft
    825 ft
    Torsten Wildner, Christian Robert and 93 others like this.
    1. Anette

      Swallows, a stork, cranes, geese, rabbits and deer - just to name a few of the animals I come across today. I don't know how many swallows are already there, but they definitely didn't bring the summer with them. It's still quite cool today, although the sun comes out in between.The suggestion for this route was given to me by a tour by Frank Meyer (komoot.de/tour/167050964). I take it almost 1: 1 and go.I really like all three sections of the hike. First it goes along the edge of the Döberitzer Heide to the municipality of Fahrland. Then the dike hike begins along the Fahrlander See to the Sacrow-Paretzer Canal, which I follow to the Schänitzsee. And the third part of the hike heads south via Grube and Nattwerder to Golm.In the Döberitzer Heide the recording of the app and the GPS reception fail. I have to go back a mistakenly chosen path because I definitely don't want to take a shortcut through the ammunition-contaminated undergrowth in the Döberitzer Heide area. After several restarts, the app and reception will work again and will remain stable for the rest of the hike. PhewAnd at Grube I make an unplanned detour because a farmer has blocked one of the planned paths in the meantime. The chain on the fence hangs loosely in the mesh so that I can slip through. But very soon I am standing in front of a very large pile of dung - and decide to go back and go via Nattwerder. I finally reach Golm via Steinwerderdamm.

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      • May 2, 2021

  2. Anette went for a hike.

    April 26, 2021

    1. Anette

      I got the suggestion for this hike here: reiseland-brandenburg.de/poi/havelland/wandertouren/panoramawanderweg-durch-das-obstbaugebiet-werder-havel/?no_cache=1As a hiking trail, however, this tour doesn't work for me. It starts with the alternatives of how the starting points can be reached by public transport. With currently only four possible weekly travel times, one of them very early in the morning and the other in the afternoon, even I am hesitant and wonder whether the effort is worth it. But the description of the tour appeals to me and spontaneously I add a few more kilometers to be able to start at a more frequented starting point.The hike itself first leads me to Petzow with the beautiful, small Schinkel Church and then to the starting point of the panorama hiking trail. There it goes below the Glindow Alps, first through the forest and then along the lake. In Glindow I walk past the old brickworks and through the village until I come to the fields and orchards on Biesendorfer Straße. At first I am excited to be able to hike through an open landscape with wide skies and the best weather. But the route gets monotonous very quickly, it is mostly on asphalt roads and the plantations are mostly industrial. No gnarly apple-tree romance far and wide.For a bike tour, however, I can imagine this route quite well. And I also find the farm shops with their local offerings and the friendly people very charming.

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      • April 27, 2021

  3. Anette went for a hike.

    April 20, 2021

    Roland, Cori and 64 others like this.
    1. Anette

      Nice round - today with the best weather - over the Osterkopf, the Sähre, Hemmighausen and finally on the Hermannsberg back to Usseln.Today I am again mainly on unmarked farm roads and although it is a little hazy, the prospects in the Adorfer Land are stunning. I like it very much.

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      • April 20, 2021

  4. Anette went for a hike.

    April 19, 2021

    Hans Uwe Petersen, Levram DC 🦊 and 71 others like this.
    1. Anette

      I miss the train and cannot carry out my original plan to hike from Korbach to Usseln. Therefore, today it will be a very spontaneous and very quickly planned round tour through the eastern part of the Sauerland. From Usseln it first goes over the Knoll refuge to Titmaringhausen. Then I hike to Düdinghausen and on to Welleringhausen. In the Ohl it goes back to Usseln.At the Knoll refuge I meet the only other hiker for today. Otherwise I only meet and see people who go about their daily work: in front of Titmaringhausen I see forest workers whose chainsaw concert echoes far through the forest and between Düdinghausen and Welleringhausen some farmers are dumping the manure on the fields. Oh yes, deer and hares are also on the move and fork harriers screw their way into the sky over the fields.The routes I have planned lead partly over the Uplandsteig, the Höhenflug or the Medebacher Bergweg. But there are also some beautiful farm trails that are in no way inferior to the quality hiking trails. Only on Kuhtenberg, at kilometer 17, do I lose my way and trudge through the undergrowth again.The section through Welleringhausen was completely unknown to me today. I was not only impressed by the beautiful fortified church from the 12th century, but also by the story of the apple trees: in the 1880s, the princely government's request was followed to establish a community nursery to provide the population with vitamins even in winter to supply. The fruits were auctioned off by the mayor every year and theft or tree destruction were punished with blows of a stick. And if a stranger wanted to marry in the village, he had to plant two fruit trees. This is why you can also find rare and old, but resilient fruit varieties that are adapted to the harsh climate.

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      • April 19, 2021

  5. Anette and 2 others went for a hike.

    April 18, 2021

    Steinline, Lemmi alias Schlumpf and 46 others like this.
    1. Anette

      Very nice hike to the old oak near Schweinsbühl.

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      • April 18, 2021

  6. Anette and Steinline went for a hike.

    April 17, 2021

    01:13
    3.52 mi
    2.9 mph
    50 ft
    450 ft
    Levram DC 🦊, Alexander and 50 others like this.
    1. Anette

      The upland is waiting for spring. Frost at night and short snowstorms during the day. Nevertheless. The wild garlic is ready to be harvested, the first blossoms are peeking out and the trees are turning green.

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      • April 18, 2021

  7. Anette and Steinline went for a hike.

    April 15, 2021

    01:38
    4.75 mi
    2.9 mph
    575 ft
    600 ft
    Christian Robert, mbuna and 62 others like this.
    1. Anette

      Small round to warm up.

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      • April 15, 2021

  8. Anette planned a hike.

    April 7, 2021

    1. Anette

      The last stage of your hike on the Diemelsteig is a good 15 kilometers long and brings you back to Heringhausen am Diemelsee. Even at the beginning of today's hike, the landscape is predominantly characterized by meadows and fields and the views are great.Since the area around the Diemelsee is very popular with tourists, you will find some opportunities to stop there. However, this does not apply to the first part of the route and therefore a drink and a small picnic should not be missing in your backpack.From Stormbruch in the Diemeltal you first hike uphill to overcome the ridge to the valley of the Itter and then through beautiful spruce and mixed forest down to the Itterarm of the reservoir. There you cross the Diemelsee-Randstrasse and then follow the hiking trail along the almost three and a half kilometers long Itterarm. The views are magnificent.You finally reach the riverside path and a little later the impressive dam wall. At the crown it is 194 meters long and seven meters wide. A quick look over the left edge and you have an impression of how high 42 meters are. Especially since the Helmighausen power plant below the dam looks like a doll's house from up here. Before you lose yourself in the view, remember that there is a country road over the narrow dam wall and that the traffic is considerable on some days.Before you reach Heringhausen, you have to go up again for the most beautiful panorama: The view from the summit of the Eisenberg with its almost 594 meters height of the lake and the mountains of the Sauerland is sensational.It goes down again through an old beech forest and past historical boundary stones. You are now back at the starting point and if you like, you can enjoy this beautiful hiking tour again with a stop.

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      • April 12, 2021

  9. Anette planned a hike.

    April 7, 2021

    1. Anette

      Right on the outskirts of Schweinsbühl you enter a high path that takes you past the 600 meter high Winterscheid. Boundless views of the beautiful landscape and the surrounding mountain ranges await you here.From the Winterscheid it goes down into the Diemeltal. At the small hamlet Deisfeld you cross the Diemel and follow it over meadows, through small forests and over fields to Hemmighausen. There the path climbs up again and at the Hohen Egge already offers a view of the Diemelsee.We continue towards Dommel. A detour to the summit of the mountain (738 meters) is worthwhile here, because the view from the Dommelturm to the Waldecker Upland is magnificent.You hike down through the beautiful mixed forest. Below the Schlößchenberg you leave the Diemelsteig and walk a good kilometer to your destination for today. In Stormbruch, after all 970 years old and home to around 300 residents, you will find accommodation and refreshment stops.Do not forget to bring enough drinks and a picnic with you for this tour, because you are hiking through a lonely and almost deserted landscape with tiny hamlets. There are very few places to shop or stop for a break, and they may have a day off when you come by.

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      • April 12, 2021

  10. Anette planned a hike.

    April 7, 2021

    1. Anette

      You start today's stage in Wirmighausen and after a short distance you will reach the top of the Lenkenberg with its beautiful view. The Adorfer Bay with the forests, meadows and fields spreads out in front of you and in the distance you can already see the mountains of the Sauerland.The next section of the path leads you over a wooded elevation towards Flechtdorf and on the descent you can already see the basilica of the local monastery from afar. The former Benedictine abbey from the 12th century is one of the oldest preserved monastery buildings in northwest Germany. The double tower facade, the mighty hall structure of the church and the convent building are well worth seeing. You can visit the facility on every second and fourth Sunday in the summer months and the monastery café is also open on these dates.Then you enter the path of silence. This is a wonderful path between Flechtdorf and Schweinsbühl, which first leads you through meadows and fields and then gently climbs to the wooded Widdehagen. You might be lucky enough to see a buzzard or a red kite circling over the fields.Finally you will reach the tiny town of Schweinsbühl, your destination for today. With its simple church, it nestles harmoniously into the open hilltop and hollow landscape. As small as the place is, it has an inn where you can stay the night and have a decent dinner.I also recommend taking a drink and a picnic with you for today's tour, because restaurants and shops are extremely rare and may not be open when you come by.

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      • April 12, 2021

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