Intended enduro tour in the Montafon, possibly with an overnight stayFrom Gartipol via Schruns up the European protected area Verwalltal to the new Heibronner hut. Then the Wormser Höhenweg to Obere Netza, from there into the valley. If it is too long, there are termination options ...We'll see if that's a huge walk. Plan the tour when the winter barrier of the Verwalltal is over and the snow is largely gone. Think from mid-July.Advice on the route is welcome. firstname.lastname@example.org/download/Verwall-Flyer.pdf
about 5 hours ago
Enduro tour with uphills on the Pfänder slope.From Hörbranz up the hiking trail to Haggen (approx. 300hm), then down the hiking trail to Bregenz (S2).In Bregenz on trails up to the Gebhardsberg, great view. Up the root ridge path to Fluh. We climbed it with the Lindau people 10 years ago without electricity (at that time in the Liteville hype). Depending on the line, demanding to very demanding. Continue via Fluh to the Pfänder, partly up the hiking trail. On the Pfänder there are a few less well-known descents S2-S3 via Eichenberg to Hörbranz. The last time I drove these routes was about 10 years ago. Heavy food, especially when wet.To Garmin 1200hm, 420Wh (hours / EMTB driven).Because of the many hikers on the Pfänder (cable car) drive on days with moderate weather or outside the hiking times, otherwise it is too crowded. Various routes are not allowed with TRad, push if necessary.
about 8 hours ago
Enduro tour at Grünten and Falkenstein (area exploration)
Start in Wagneritz at the valley station of the private cable car of the Bayerischer Rundfunk, no passenger transport. Via Alpe Kalkhöf and Kammeregghütte to Grüntenhütte. The cross trail from Alpe Kalkhöf to Kammeregghütte is quite difficult S2-S3 and blocked. Exit S1-S2 from Grüntenhütte via Neumeier Hütte to Kranzegg, including roots and meadow trails. In Kranzegg over and up to the flint viewpoint. S2-S3 departure to Wagneritz. Unfortunately there are a few stairs on the way, mostly upwards. It is best to drive the flint trail because of the hikers apart from the hiking times or to be considerate. On meadow trails, please pay particular attention to driving without a trace. You can still drive it and it should stay that way.One battery consumed, 470Wh, approx. 1250hm (only hours / EMTB used) to Garmin.
4 days ago
Easy alpine hike in the Nagelfluhkette nature park.
Didn't know the way from Gunzenrieder-Säge to Steinköpfle and from Gunzesrieder-Säge via Winkelwiesalpe and Jägersteig to Steineberg. Quasi exploration. The Jägersteig is quite steep and partly exposed.You can only park in marked parking lots and they are occupied very quickly. Were only there at 12, coincidence when you got something there. 2 euros for 6 hours.
Recommendation: bike and hike.Met someone in parking who identified himself as an employee of the BN Naturschutz. He looked to see if it was worth calling the police to atone for parking offenders next to the overcrowded parking lot. Was I completely wrong if that's the job of the BN?
The BN lers try to get rid of day tourists and only want overnight guests (see discussion Grüntenlifte) - but do not offer a solution for the currently over-intensive day tourism (traffic control, park and ride) (apart from calling the police - walking)?
5 days ago
E-enduro tour with strict uphills (15-30%) and descents. Can also be done with a normal bike, only becomes more strenuous.
I kept pushing up and down short spots before the gorge 50m 15hm, downhill individual spots / curves after the Immenstadt Horn. The descent is often S2-S3, difficult in character, partly exposed and blocked with roots (Enduro). Beware of wetness on this tour! The route is marked on the map with S3 - think in places S3-S5, otherwise rather S2-S3.Today wanted to drive something different, so it turned out. The route was really good today. Today only a total of 4 MTB riders, approx. 10MTB during a break at the Kemptener Naturfreunde Haus. Little to do with MTB (due to the steep area).I found the MTB advertising image on the Prodel Fuß (Photo 3, after the Hochgrat car park) where an MTB is advertised on a single trail in the Nagelfluhkette nature park. So driving seems allowed here? Today was a buoyancy day on the Prodel, the Almwirt let me pass very friendly (-> stop at Prodelalp on to do list)! Due to forest and hunting protection, this route is sometimes only allowed from mid-May to mid-November. It has 3m gates which are then insurmountable.Proceed to Garmin 1970hm, 920Wh. Not saved.
7 days ago
Easy trekking bike tour from Isny via Schloss Rimpach, glassmaking village Schmidsfelden, chapel St. Rita Schmidsreute Wiggensbach, Ermengerst to Kempten.From Kempten to the end of Ahegg on the old railway line via Herrenwieser Weiher, Ermengerst, Buchenberg, Weitnau, Seltmans to Isny.Approx. 15% on good gravel paths, approx.850hm, 400Wh battery used. The weather was dry, should have been a little sunnier.You can leave out the loop to Kempten and cut it in Ermengerst. Swimming at the Herrenwieser Weiher or with a small detour at the Eschacher Weiher.
The old railway line from Kempten to Isny is a little gem. You hardly notice that you are cycling in the Alpine foothills.
May 25, 2020
Tour from Röthenbach via Stiefenhofen, Gerstland, Schüttentobel (Eistobel) to the Königsalpe. From there via the mountain range at Willis via Stiefenhofen to the Tobelweg (S2-S3) via Ellhofen to Röthenbach.Today was back weather. From Röthenbach to Stiefenhofen some very nice views.Battery consumption 650Wh, just under 1250hmYou can shorten the tour and cut it off in Stiefenhofen. The route via Schüttentobel to the Königsalpe is not very interesting and is uphill in an uncomfortably steep direction before the Königsalpe from the Tobel. Alternatively, you can cut off the signs to the Königsalpe in Gerstland.
A break at the Königsalpe is definitely worth it.
May 24, 2020
Tour from Röthenbach train station to Weiler, up to the Wildseemoos (high moor) near Sulzberg (only on the German side because of travel warning) and down again to Weiler. slide down about 4km. Back up to Simmerberg and via Ellhofen back to Röthenbach.It has a few nice trails, the way to Weiler is currently quite difficult (by bike and on foot) to pass due to storm damage and is officially closed. S2-S3, not easy to get the bike through between the stormwood (similar to Bregenzerach from Kennelbach up). The GPS assignment of the pictures - for whatever reason - did not work, but assignment does not work with Komoot.
Almost 1 battery is used up.
Actually wanted to go further, unfortunately the rear derailleur was torn off (chain fell down on the large sprocket and stepped in) and rolled back home via Ellhofen. Ride the tour again probably outside of the hiking times.
May 22, 2020
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