According to the weather report, it shouldn't rain. So much for the theory ...Mushrooms had popped up everywhere. My companion and I were not confused by the occasional sky water and the increasing wind and we probably photographed EVERY mushroom that we discovered.Most of the paths are very easy to walk on. One section is declared as "very difficult", but I just had to smile. It is a very short section that is partly very wet and uneven, but without any incline or decline. Easy going for real hikers.
5 days ago
I probably don't have to tell you so much about the Elbwanderweg. Usually the standard hamburger only runs around in the Blankeneser area. The Falkensteiner Ufer is much more stylish and well-kept. One section of the beach was so wide that there was even a volleyball field. There is a lot of lawn and great houses to look at.A large part of the route is on asphalt. So you need shoes with good suspension so that your feet don't hurt. You don't need hiking shoes like in the forest or mountains.What I always find a shame are the many broken glass on the Elbe beach. I wouldn't walk barefoot there.The wreck Uwe is well known and can be googled. However, shortly afterwards the remains of an apparently quite large wooden ship could be seen in the water. I don't know what that was, what it was called ...The last section of the Wittenberge / Rissen was not soooo the burner. I wanted to take a look at the heather and was a little disappointed. I am probably spoiled by the Fischbeker Heide, where you can run all over the place. This is different with the Wittenberger Heide. There are wide paths, the individual heather areas are surrounded by low wooden plank structures. As a result, I only had a limited feeling of heather. But well, it's about exploring places and not about always finding it beautiful.
October 9, 2020
I hiked with my mom. In the end she was also in the end ... laughing. But until then she didn't even know how beautiful her part of town was.It's a mix of hiking and strolling. Suitable for the towpath with its chic properties.Although I was really amazed that the pedestrian path right by the water is the purest trip hazard due to the many tree roots. Somehow I had assumed that they were filling up the bumps with sand.
September 23, 2020
You should consider that it is a good three kilometers from Quickborn to the moor ... but it's worth it!Certainly a very lonely area on weekdays. Pure idyll. Wonderful subsoil. You walk almost noiselessly on the peat path.Unfortunately, the peat railway does not run due to the corona. It is a good alternative for those who cannot walk so well. There are also two places for wheelchair users.Even if dog owners want to let "Bello" run there because of the spaciousness: Leashes are mandatory in the entire moor area!This tour is an ordeal on too hot days. Overall only a little shade.
September 23, 2020