About Tobias
Distance travelled

619 mi

Time in motion

114:59 h

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  1. Tobias went for a hike.

    September 5, 2020

    4.18 mi
    2.7 mph
    575 ft
    600 ft
  2. Tobias went for a hike.

    September 4, 2020

    Andrea, Hi ~🌸🏔☀️ and 3 others like this.
  3. Tobias went for a hike.

    September 3, 2020

    Jürgen.S 🥾, Bernhard Neumayer and 3 others like this.
    1. Tobias

      Hello everybody,After the day before I had hiked from Balgheim to Mühlheim mostly along the second stage of the Donauberglandweg, it was now the third stage from Mühlheim towards Fridingen (you can find more information on the second stage at: komoot.de tour / 250391109? ref = wtd).After a good breakfast in the Theresia guesthouse in the upper town of Mühlheim an der Donau, I started the day in thick fog, which had subsided before the first ascent (more about the accommodation: gaestehaus-theresia.de ). Ideally, there is an Edeka on the route and on the outskirts of Mühlheim, where you can stock up on new provisions for the day.From Edeka you continue to the old town and past the cemetery with a picturesque pond towards the ascent. The Mühlheim rock cave is located halfway up, from which you get another beautiful view back over the valley. Once at the top, you first hike through the forest in the direction of Frauenfelsen and Kolbinger Höhle (the latter was unfortunately closed).At the Frauenfelsen you can expect a magnificent view over the Danube valley towards Fridingen. I recommend taking a short break here and gazing into the distance. The place is also well suited to talk to one or the other hiker.The route then leads through the forest and above the Danube to the descent just before Fridingen (train station). Caution, danger of slipping! Before the last serpentine the path was slightly overgrown, but after a concentrated search it was also easy to find.At the train station, we continued in the direction of the second ascent and the button maker rock, from which you can get a great view of Beuron, Bronnen Castle and the Danube valley. After a little refreshment (with me in the restaurant there) we went on a very nice path towards the Stiegelesfelsen. The highlight of the day were definitely several falcons with daring maneuvers in the rock area.The descent to Fridingen was very pleasant. I returned to the Hotel & Gasthaus Sonne. The room was very clean and modern. The breakfast buffet also offers something for everyone (more information about the accommodation: sonne-fridingen.de). Unfortunately I caught the rest day again, which is why I didn't eat in the adjoining restaurant, but in the nearby restaurant “Scharfeck” (scharfeck.de).You can find part three of my tour or stage four of the Donauberglandweg at: komoot.de/tour/251423905?ref=wtd

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      • September 9, 2020

  4. Tobias went for a hike.

    September 2, 2020

    1. Tobias

      Hello everybody,Since Gosheim has no rail connection, I decided to only hike stages 2 to 4 of the Donauberglandweg.So that there is enough time for the long way to Mühlheim, I arrived the day before and stayed in an apartment in the Prim Loge in Balgheim. Here I was warmly welcomed by the owner couple. The refrigerator was filled with various drinks (apple spritzer, soda, beer, sparkling wine) as well as sausage, cheese, jam, etc. for a good breakfast. The Weckle were hung in a bag on the door in the morning (more about the accommodation at: prim-loge.de).I saved myself the trip to Spaichingen and initially deviated from the original Donaubergland route. From Balgheim we first went to the panorama path and the viewpoint above the White with a great view over Balgheim and the surrounding area. The bank on the Weißen is great for a short break before the rest of the ascent to the Trinity Mountain.Once at the top, you are on a high plateau with art, a monastery and a great view over the Baar, to the Black Forest and to Rottweil. At the monastery there are again benches available for a short rest.The route continues over the Alb highlands via Böttingen and the Alte Berg towards Lippach and downhill towards Lippachmühle. The paths are varied (forest, meadows, cliffs, Albtrauf, etc.) and mostly easy to hike, which makes the path to the Lippachmühle seem very entertaining (at least almost half of the path). On the descent, however, there is an increased risk of slipping due to the stony, damp surface. Hiking sticks are certainly recommended here, but you can also get there without them.Unfortunately, I was out on a Wednesday and the Lippachmühle was closed (as well as on Tuesdays). Seating and breaks are few and far between or not particularly appealing over the next 5 km, so I recommend taking a (short) break here (possibly in front of the Lippachmühle on the side of the road). Anyone who has come through the somewhat arduous section between Lippachmühle and the biotope will be rewarded with a great educational trail about breeding and nesting boxes for animals of all kinds.My stage ended in the Theresia guesthouse in the upper town of Mühlheim an der Donau. Here, too, I was welcomed in a friendly manner and had a delicious breakfast the next day (more about the accommodation: gaestehaus-theresia.de).We also recommend the burgers in the “Altes Stadttor” restaurant (de-de.facebook.com/altesstadttor) and a short tour of the Upper Town.You can find part two of my tour or stage three of the Donauberglandweg at: komoot.de/tour/250913581?ref=wtd

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      • September 9, 2020

  5. Tobias went for a hike.

    August 9, 2020

    7.00 mi
    3.0 mph
    1,250 ft
    1,225 ft
  6. Tobias planned a hike.

    August 3, 2020

  7. Tobias planned a hike.

    August 3, 2020

    8.66 mi
    2.3 mph
    550 ft
    550 ft
  8. Tobias planned a hike.

    August 3, 2020

  9. Tobias went for a hike.

    August 1, 2020

    6.45 mi
    2.7 mph
    825 ft
    825 ft
  10. Tobias went for a hike.

    July 19, 2020

    5.47 mi
    3.2 mph
    325 ft
    325 ft
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