Today we went to the Scherstor and Schnarcherklippen. Here is climbed. The Wollsack weathering offers ideal conditions.
I have postponed a visit to the Brockenkinder to another time. On the old bobsled run crowds of people with children and Kegel were on the way. Since it was already 18.00 o'clock I turned left on the Edelmannshäuweg. An absolute tip!
Back we went through the Elendstal, in autumn a dream
And back to the supermarket in Braunlage, the tour became a Nightride.
But it was great fun😁.
7 days ago
Today's tour led on diverse Harzer ways on the Ilsetal to Ilsenburg. There I looked at the monastery. Unfortunately, the clocks in the monastery were probably different. From April to October it should be closed at 18.00, but it was closed at 17.00. So there was only time for some quick photos.On the way out in the Ilsetal I noticed that the way back I wanted to take was blocked.
I did not want to drive the same way back. I had already visited the Brocken, as I saw the signpost to the "Klosterweg" to Drübeck. Since the way looked nice, I wanted to drive back over Drübeck.Since I was not able to change the current tour, I simply saved the tour in Drübeck and let Komoot find a new route to Braunlage.Is it possible to change a running tour in Komoot?
October 14, 2019
After I had to start the tour three times today, because each time the display of the route disappeared, Komoot reported: "All offline maps deleted". Unfortunately I forgot my bike card at home, so I finished the tour for today. When I got home, I looked for my offline maps ... they were all still there. Komoot has gotten rid of me today ... 😏Well, do not worry. So I had nice talks with other hikers and a little fresh air. Next time, I will not forget my analogue cards.
October 13, 2019
To get used to the cycling in the Harz, there was today a loose bike ride to Brocken. Up there was a really "stiff breeze", which could sometimes be as high as 80 km / h in gusts. Anyway, it would have blown my bike almost.
Back it went first a piece of Brockenstraße long, but then continue the Glashüttenweg. Here I let myself be seduced by a harmless-looking abbreviation ...
She ended up in an S2 Trail. That meant once again a short hiking insole with the bicycle. Then I got back to the Glashüttenweg ... Why had I really left it?
About Schierke and misery it went back to Braunlage.
... was nice again today🙂🙃
October 12, 2019
Today I wanted to try to get sound recordings of the deer's pipes. But later.First I drove from Wohldorfer Wald to Hansdorfer Brook. It went back to the Jerswiesen direction Rehagen. On Brunsbach I spontaneously attracted a small, fine singletrack. It seemed to be over at a pond, but I could drive offroad over a meadow on to Rehagen. Fortunately, the meadow was empty. 😉 I think it is also used as a pasture.
We continued along the Timmerhorner pond to Timmerhorn and Klein Hansdorf.
After crossing the Brunsbach again, I discovered a very beautiful path along the fields to Jersbek. Rape has been grown there this year. A rider said it was a dream in yellow.Between Wiemerskamp and Jersbek I turned back to the Brook for sound recordings of deer pipes ... The people streamed again along the way to the observation station ... The deer roared ... it was a magical evening mood in the Brook. I tried with my GoPro recordings of the sound in the Brook to get .... What a naive idea!
PEOPLE MAKE NOISE, even when they try to be quiet. One of them rings the mobile phone, next to me a hunter gave with his telephoto shots and told loud Jägerlatein. Then another recognized his school friend from a high school again.
My GoPro picked up everything: the crunching of footsteps along the way, the clacking of the bike racks, the half-spoken conversations, and yes ... even the roaring of the deer in the distance.Result: A sentence with X: that was probably nothing
But the tour was nice😄😂
September 14, 2019
Actually, I just wanted to switch off a bit on a small Feierabendrunde by the Brook.Suddenly a noise came from my mind: A stag had just roared ?! I listened: Wow, what a sound! It was not just one, they were several. I drove to the tubes and came to an observatory where other people were attracted by the roaring of the deer. The deer were loud and powerful to hear, but they were still hidden in the birch grove. Even with binoculars they were only sometimes seen.
On the way to these observation stations was now busy. Whole groups of hikers and cyclists equipped with cameras and telephoto lenses were on the way. I had never experienced so much operation in Brook. Everyone was waiting for the stronger twilight. Then the deer would step out of the undergrowth.I drove on because I wanted to go shopping. But only the sound in the Brook was impressive today
September 13, 2019
Today I used the nice weather again for a tour to Garbauer See.
It went through the Rader forest to Ehlersberg and on to the estate Stegen.The first break I made at the castle Stegen, a medieval castle ruins. In April, the access was still closed. Now you could enter the grounds.
Castle complex consisted of main castle, outer bailey and a northeast elevation (referred to as "garden") as well as ramparts and ditches.
Because of their strategically favorable location in the Alster lowlands, the trade routes Hamburg - Lübeck and Hamburg - Segeberg had to be controlled from Burg Stegen.The EU has approved grants of 200000 € for the monument, the country will add another 100000 € ... Let's see what happens here in the near future ..We continued along the Nienwohlder Moor along to Süllfeld and then the old railway track to Grabauer See. From the forest path along the lake there are beautiful views of the lake and instructive instruction in tree science.
At the sign of Grabau I turned again into the forest direction Jersbek. I had already visited Grabau on an earlier tour.The Jersbeker Baroque Park with its avenues is always beautiful.
I would also like to visit the historic Eiskeller again. You just have to sign up first.Back we went over dirt roads direction small Hansdorf, the Hansdorfer Brook and over to Duvenstedter Brook. Actually, I wanted to drive home through the Wohldorfer forest. But then I saw cranes flying low. I knew the meadow where they often land in the evening. So I changed my route and drove to this meadow. In fact, a group of cranes were gathered there. One kept watch, the others ate. The photo is a search picture, but if you zoom in on it you can see it ...The change of route had the consequence that I was still in Duvenstedt in the Rio Grande ... and also fed ... 😄
August 31, 2019