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Carola „Bandit“ K.

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About Carola „Bandit“ K.

Wenn ich draußen bin, bin ich glücklich. Als Senior Editor für komoot plane ich aber nicht nur mein, sondern auch dein nächstes Abenteuer.Mit Vorliebe wandere ich in den USA, wo ich mich in die kargen Wüsten verliebt habe. 2019 habe ich den 1.300 Kilometer langen Arizona Trail durchwandert und in 2022 den 4.200 Kilometer langen Pacific Crest Trail und plane viele weitere Kilometer in den Canyons, Wüsten und Bergen. In und um Berlin geht es flacher zu, aber Spreewald, Elbsandsteingebirge und brandenburgische Heide sind ebenfalls großartige „Spielplätze“. Mit dem Packraft erkunde ich die Fluss- und Seenlandschaft und die Trails mit dem Mountainbike.Aber egal, ob Berlin oder Grand Canyon – ich freue mich, wenn du meinen Spuren und Empfehlungen folgst. Einige Touren kenne ich selbst bestens. Genauso spannend ist es aber, völlig neue Gebiete mit komoot zu erschließen. Da sich Bedingungen und Wege ändern können, bin ich froh über dein Feedback, falls eine Route einmal nicht mehr passt. :)Viel Spaß!

Distance travelled

9,405 mi

Time in motion

3531:32 h

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  1. and went for a hike.

    about 20 hours ago

    Wintermärchen Sächsische Schweiz Teil 2 - Eisige Schrammsteine und Wilde Hölle ⛄️

    11.4 mi
    1.6 mph
    2,650 ft
    2,700 ft
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    1. Day 2 of our winter fairy tale in Saxon Switzerland is coming up. And when we look out the window we realize: Today would have been the ideal day for a perfect sunrise on the Gohrisch. Instead, we enjoy it from the valley and, after a long round of ice scraping, make our way to the starting point of

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      about 3 hours ago
    1. It's time for Saxon Switzerland, because finally, finally I can fulfill my winter dream down there: snow-covered table mountains. And not only that. This time with very special company, because Amazon came all the way from California just to fight through the snow and ice with me. Well, not only. ;)



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      2 days ago
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    1. Planning a mulled wine hike is not that easy. Once you have decided on a date, the detailed planning begins. Easily accessible at the beginning and easy to get away from once you've had a few mulled wines. An appropriate and regular amount of mulled wine refill options - and the route should also be

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      6 days ago
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    1. Today we're going to Briesetal. The landscape was wrapped in a beautiful, delicate winter dress overnight. It's about to be a sunny day at 7:45 a.m. - when I get on the train just in time for sunrise. This is also a special hike, because today I let myself be guided and told me exciting things about

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      November 25, 2023
  4. and 4 others went for a hike.

    November 25, 2023

    9.44 mi
    2.2 mph
    2,925 ft
    3,200 ft
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    1. Looks awesome 🤩

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      November 27, 2023
  5. and 3 others went for a hike.

    November 25, 2023

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    1. Here you can find a summary of the komoot community hike through the Briese landscape with the DWV hiking guide . Kathrin - - brand ambassador for komoot - and author of the book "Fräulein Drouten's Feeling for Wilderness", which we were able to raffle off three more times

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      November 27, 2023
  6. and went running.

    November 12, 2023

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    1. Even before the pandemic, the last run was to the tropics. At least for me. I can no longer understand why I skipped 2022. Not bad, because that's why we're starting again this year. As usual, on the shortest possible distance - 5 kilometers - because you want to get somewhere warm, to the tropics, quickly

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      November 12, 2023
  7. and went for a hike.

    November 4, 2023

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    1. It's been many years since I've taken part in an official march. More initiated by a colleague than by my own initiative - over 50 euros for 30 kilometers that I walked day after day for 6 months last year seemed like a lot of money to me.


      Unfortunately, the colleague was unable to take part in the end

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      November 4, 2023
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    1. Don't trust any weather reports! Never. At least not until the last day. I had already mentally prepared myself to drive the last 50 kilometers to Berlin completely in the rain. That's what the prediction said. But when I poured my coffee on Sunday morning and took another look at the weather app, I

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      October 30, 2023
  9. went mountain biking.

    October 28, 2023

    1. The night and the morning are once again proof that it's worth persevering. It's cozy and warm in my sleeping bag and every now and then the almost full moon peeks through the cloud cover. I wouldn't have noticed this beautiful spectacle in the tent. To top it off, the sun rewards me in the morning with

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      October 29, 2023
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