- 01:475.29 mi3.0 mph125 ft125 ft
Yikes, I only switched on the cell phone with Komoot in between to briefly orient myself during the hike. I had done it like this before. I didn't actually set the tour to "public" because I had switched on my cell phone in the middle and didn't take any photos. Thank you for your likes, even without photos on the tour
July 24, 2020
Today my brother and I went on a cliff tour, first the Scherstork cliffs in order, then the snore - and finally the mouse cliffs. There is also a stamp on the snoring cliff for the Harz hiking pin. This was in high demand from hikers today.
The granite cliffs have received their current shape from the weathering of the wool sacks.
The snoring cliffs are said to produce snoring noises in certain wind directions.From the snore cliffs over the mouse cliffs down to Schirke, my brother rode the blocked S1 + trails with his touring bike with admirable safety. I only drove it in places and sometimes pushed my touring bike. I was worried about my knee still not fully restored.Unfortunately, the Silberfuchsfarm coffee was closed, so we ended our tour at home with coffee and cake in the brown layer.
It was nice today! 😊🧗🏻♂️🚵
July 19, 2020
- Manfred Bargsten
Unfortunately I have to unsubscribe for about 6 weeks. The ladder slid backwards and I had 2m free fall.
The left arm is broken smooth. A plate with screws fixes everything.
Violent bruises on the right side. Lucky again. Now I can only clean my bike. But also plan new tours.
July 19, 2020
Actually my brother and I wanted to do the tour I had done on June 12th again. In the meantime, trees infested with bark beetles are felled everywhere.The "chapel spot" is freely navigable again at the moment, but the path is partly very muddy due to the forest vehicles.At Ebersberg, the path was suddenly blocked. Since we didn't hear any saws and it was Friday afternoon, we tried to drive through the area in a prohibited manner. But without success. Forest workers were felling trees behind a curve. We had no choice but to bypass the closed section down towards the valley. We came back on our actual route via an adventurously steep path, which was also torn apart by large machines and muddy.From Wolfbachstal we went to the spa gardens of Hohegeiß and on to the border museum. We drove back to Braunlage via Sorge, Fir and some of the Harz valley valleys.
A nice, adventurous and interesting mix of MTB routes and leisurely cycling
July 17, 2020
- 01:5222.9 mi12.3 mph2,025 ft2,000 ft
With the beautiful weather today, I had the choice between gardening and cycling. The bike won big.
It was a wonderful, relaxed bike tour to enjoy with a little pinch of MTB seasoning😁
There was something for all the senses: the meadows in the Wolfsbachtal smelled intensely, the freshly cut wood smelled spicy of resin and the bird concert was a true symphony!
At the Border Museum, the contrast between the current peaceful idyll and the relics from the past was impressive, especially if you have still experienced the border. At the border post, a boy asked his father, "What kind of post is this?" It's a good thing that there is such a museum to remember.
June 12, 2020