◦•●◉✿Nicole ✿◉●•◦



About ◦•●◉✿Nicole ✿◉●•◦
Distance travelled

721 mi

Time in motion

231:08 h

Recent Activity
  1. ◦•●◉✿Nicole ✿◉●•◦ and Birgitt went for a hike.

    about 22 hours ago

    9.68 mi
    2.6 mph
    775 ft
    775 ft
    HzP I., Peter and 5 others like this.
    1. ◦•●◉✿Nicole ✿◉●•◦

      A very nice tour through Bamberg.
      From the train station at St. Grab past the brewery Fäßla Bier, over the chain bridge of the university & past the nature customer museum you land on the Maximiliansplatz with the town hall.
      Continue to the bridge with a view of Little Venice past Centurione1.
      Then into the old town, at Schlenkerla with smoked beer "Take" and left up to the cathedral. It goes higher and higher here.
      Through the Teufelsgraben up to Altenburg with a visit.
      I particularly liked the path through the Hainpark 🙂. I didn't know about the lock either. Then back to the Regnitz. The bike path is nicer than the one along the top of the road.

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      • about 21 hours ago

  2. ◦•●◉✿Nicole ✿◉●•◦ planned a hike.

    5 days ago

  3. Anja, HzP I. and 9 others like this.
    1. ◦•●◉✿Nicole ✿◉●•◦

      Starting in Guttenberg in the Franconian Steinreich along the landscape garden path. Then on the Drei-Brücken-Weg KU23 at the village pond towards Kaltenstauden.
      To the ponds on Peterlesstein-Weg KU22 to Peterlesstein at 593m altitude.
      Past the 4 ponds, including the mirror pond.
      Through the forest past the beautiful Danube Silphie Blumenfeld you are above Kupferberg. Here you walk past the former street inn which was built in 1799. and into the Streichengrund valley.
      Along the huge quarry and the "blue lagoon" down to the street.
      Opposite in the forest on Guttenberger Weg KU37 you are on the way back.

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      • September 7, 2021

  4. HzP I., Birgitt and 3 others like this.
    1. ◦•●◉✿Nicole ✿◉●•◦

      Today I'm going to Sonneberg😄 in my old home.
      Through the Alexandrinental on the Röthen river (Bavarian: Röden), walking along in the direction of Mönchröden at the Klosterschänke, turn left on this path, then right onto a narrow path into the 🌲 into the water protection area.
      You walk above the bike path on a narrow forest and meadow path with a great view over the valley and the twittering of birds. Unfortunately, you can also hear the noises on the federal roads.
      Then through meadows and bushes, past the Haiderteich, bridge unfortunately closed = private. You cross a local road and you can already see the Zöwie on your left, turn right into the small inconspicuous field path overgrown by mugwort and walk into the forest, practically behind the clarification ponds of Wellmersdorf on a very nice, cozy forest path until you finally turn left and briefly up the Lutherweg lands. Here 2 deer almost overrun me 😁
      I cross the B and go in the direction of Ebersdorf, turn left and find myself on a small column path, then a restricted area on the "green belt". A rabbit almost knocked me over here 😂.
      I continue to cross the Steinach and stay on this column path, which is almost overgrown and hardly accessible (it is a shame that such paths are not maintained). A couple of mirabelle plums, raspberries, and blackberries serve as food for me on the way.
      Finally light again and out of this undergrowth, briefly along the field, I simply cross the main road quickly and "invisibly" to get to the opposite path.
      Via Oberlind, I finally arrive at my old hometown 😄.
      Later we went back by train.

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      • August 10, 2021

  5. Micha, Anja and 7 others like this.
    1. ◦•●◉✿Nicole ✿◉●•◦

      Get to know my new homeFirst in the direction of Mahnberg over the bridge and right on the path always following the butterflies and past the Alfred-Wöhner-Sportheim TSV Mönchröden then leave the wildlife park. Then along the main road for a while until you turn left into a path in the direction of Klosterschänke and the Christ Church Mönchröden, the former Benedictine monastery. Along the nature trail with very beautiful, illustrated notices about the forest, animals, mushroom biodiversity with the forest inhabitants, sustainable use of wood, use of wood, hunting & nests and animal tracks.
      Continue up the forest path to Deutersberg.
      At the top turn right and then left but this path about 400 m is currently overgrown and very muddy. Fight through anyway.
      Finally out of the forest and receiving great sunshine, you come to a path to Kemmaten. Up here you have a wonderful view of Haarbrücken and Tann.
      You cross the rural Kemmaten to the end of the village, then turn right onto the hiking trail. Here the view is even more beautiful and wider.
      After you have passed a few meadows and dirt roads you come to the beautiful view on the Emil Rädlein Weg. Here I wanted to go in the direction of the vineyard that could not be found due to the perimeter fences of farmers and I followed a different path.
      Here above Rotenhof you have a great view with a bench, looking right over Rödental to the Puppenzapf and straight on to the Kiefernberg. The sun shines on it so wonderfully. A clear picture of Rödental was not possible due to the sun 😀. There I found "the tooth fairy". Then I go down to the right and land in Rothenhof, go straight through the residential area and into the forest named "Einberger Schweiz", towards Einberg Schwarzes Teichla, past the Otto Treuter-Ruh. Past the sand washing pond with the wonderful water lilies. You come out this way at Stockäcker. I decide differently here so that I don't have to walk so much street in Einberg later and go left. On the way there were blueberries and cranberries for refreshment. At the end of the forest you come to a beautiful flower meadow, among other things. with anica and marigold and sunflower. After the gas station I decide to take the bike path on the railway line to Oeslau.

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      • August 9, 2021

  6. ◦•●◉✿Nicole ✿◉●•◦ went for a hike.

    August 4, 2021

    4.19 mi
    3.0 mph
    275 ft
    250 ft
    Peter, Anja and 4 others like this.
    1. ◦•●◉✿Nicole ✿◉●•◦

      The pictures are mixed up.

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      • August 4, 2021

  7. Birgitt, Micha and 8 others like this.
    1. ◦•●◉✿Nicole ✿◉●•◦

      Binz - Prora - Treetop Walk and 🔙
      First a stroll through the Binz promenade. On the beach promenade to Prora from block 1 to block 4 with KDF beach. Block 5 (not recorded on this tour). To get to the treetop path, go past the GALILEO knowledge world in the forest path to the side after you have crossed the traffic lights. Then you can already see the forest path to the treetop path. A nice and exciting visit up to the treetop at 40m height with a wonderful all-round view (see pictures). Definitely worth it.
      Then it went back over a forest path and in Prora past house 1, to the beach and by the water to Binz. On the way, a stay in the sun at dune 32 🍺. Unfortunately, such a day goes by far too quickly.

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      • July 22, 2021

  8. HzP I., Bea 🌬️🏵️ and 3 others like this.
    1. ◦•●◉✿Nicole ✿◉●•◦

      We didn't do as much sport as usual, but here too it was exhausting to cross the waves. 😃
      Boat trip
      Starting point In the Jaich-Wasserwelten the boat "Amira" went to Greifswald. There are 33 km of waterline with wave 4 wind. The bridge at Greifswald harbor did not open again until 1 p.m., so we had to moor briefly for 15 minutes, then we continued on the waterway for about 4 km to the Hansewerft Greifswald with a rest in the carpenter's shop🍴 and then on to the museum shipyard for old ships, then 🔙 over the terraces. At 5 p.m. the bridge opens again.
      Total length of the return trip approx. 73 km across the water on average 12.5 km / h due to the waves and therefore strong rocking.

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      • July 23, 2021

  9. Micha, Birgitt and 7 others like this.
    1. ◦•●◉✿Nicole ✿◉●•◦

      Today I decided to walk from Binz to Sellin. Downwards directly on the bank and home over the high bank
      The way to Sellin was very difficult. A lot of fallen trees from the slope got in my way 👣👣. Officially, you should avoid this route at the moment.
      A very beautiful natural stone beach all the way to Sellin.
      You have to walk over the stones which I found funny. Many species of waterfowl sit on the windbreakers. I used a great little sandy bay for a rest.

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      • July 21, 2021

  10. Birgitt, Anja and 8 others like this.
    1. ◦•●◉✿Nicole ✿◉●•◦

      We take the bus from Sassnitz to Lohme. From there it starts

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      • July 20, 2021

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