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der_A_Bonn

About der_A_Bonn
Distance travelled

3,528 mi

Time in motion

347:54 h

Recent Activity
  1. der_A_Bonn went for a bike ride.

    April 8, 2021

    36.5 mi
    -- mph
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      Bicycle paradise De Achterhoek.Today I'm going back to the Achterhoek. However, in the northern part near Ruurlo, where my tour begins. Ruurlo is located in the province of Gelderland (in the east of the Netherlands) and is part of several merged municipalities that make up the entire municipality of Berkelland today. The special thing about the Achterhoek is ............. more at: fahrradherz.de/fahrradparadies-achterhoek

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      • April 8, 2021

  2. der_A_Bonn went for a bike ride.

    April 7, 2021

    01:28
    13.9 mi
    9.4 mph
    275 ft
    275 ft
    Werner, Totti and 28 others like this.
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      Cold, colder ... Nordkirchen CastleFebruary - There are days when -14 degrees Celsius can be felt for an entertaining moment. For example, reaching into the freezer compartment at your home supermarket or on a jaunt around Nordkirchen Castle. The weather welcomed me today in the small village of Südkirchen with freezing cold and a lousy wind. Despite the beautiful sun and the absolutely clear atmosphere ........ more at: fahrradherz.de/kalt-kaelter-schloss-nordkirchen

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      • April 7, 2021

  3. der_A_Bonn went for a bike ride.

    January 31, 2021

    02:57
    26.6 mi
    9.0 mph
    775 ft
    750 ft
    Thomas Kujawa (ohne ⚡), Gerd and 44 others like this.
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      Around Sonsbeck SwitzerlandThe Lower Rhine - a landscape as flat as a battered veal schnitzel. Palate-friendly for every cyclist who is not allowed to call 27 courses “his own”. Here it floats by itself. Garnished with a salad from cow meadows with an idyllic evening and a portion .....
      More at: fahrradherz.de/rund-um-die-sonsbecker-schweiz

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      • January 31, 2021

  4. der_A_Bonn went for a bike ride.

    November 13, 2020

    Franz5, Thomas Kujawa (ohne ⚡) and 9 others like this.
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      Around Ahaus - a pearl between country life, myths and a portion of castles!Anyone who sees the horizon as their constant companion and likes to roam across the lush fields, which are almost at ground level, is particularly in good hands in the Münsterland. Ahaus, or rather "a tour around the Westphalian Ahaus" proves how beautiful the traditional regions on the ...More at: fahrradherz.de/rund-um-ahaus-eine-perle- Zwischen-landleben-mythen-und-einer-portion-burgen/

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      • November 13, 2020

  5. der_A_Bonn went for a hike.

    November 4, 2020

    Gerd, Franz5 and 7 others like this.
    1. der_A_Bonn

      Engbergen - Man is only nature!Just a stone's throw from the Hanseatic city of Emmerich am Rhein, on the Lower Rhine in the Kleve (D) district, is the small village of Gendringen with its recreation area Engbergen in the Dutch Achterhoek. Engbergen itself belongs to the Gelderland region in the municipality of Oude IJsselstreek.In Engbergen you can not only go hiking or cycling, but canoeing and ice skating are also very popular there. Golfers, anglers and riders also know this area far beyond its borders. It is a beautiful and semi - natural recreation area with forests, extensive meadows and relaxing rivers.I start at the equestrian center and next to rivers, bridges and a viewing platform I even come across a beautifully landscaped barefoot path. Now in November I prefer to leave my shoes on and watch the wild geese in the meadows, the seagulls in the air or the grebes on the water from afar.Conclusion: The river dune with its hiking trails is artificially created, but implemented with great attention to detail. In addition to the daily maintenance work and the exemplary hiking trails, you can clearly see how people are integrated into nature here in the Netherlands. Even if it is a nature reserve, it is expressly stated: Entrance is welcome!

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      • November 4, 2020

  6. der_A_Bonn went for a hike.

    November 4, 2020

    01:29
    3.35 mi
    2.3 mph
    225 ft
    200 ft
    1. der_A_Bonn

      Views on Melchenberg in Groß-RekenA short circuit on the adventure path in Groß-Reken with 168 steps up to the observation tower on Melchenberg.Ecki, the squirrel shows the way!A loop through the forest and over the fields takes you back to the starting point.

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      • November 4, 2020

  7. der_A_Bonn went for a bike ride.

    October 26, 2020

    Franz5, DeMegens and 40 others like this.
    1. der_A_Bonn

      Anyone cycling in Düsseldorf will come to Kaiserswerth at some point!It's warm but windy. From Bockum I start my tour today and stand in front of the historic waterworks. The old building complex with its ......Find out more at: fahrradherz.de/wer-in-duesseldorf-sein-radel-faehrt-kommen-irgendwann-nach-kaiserswerth

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      • October 26, 2020

  8. der_A_Bonn went for a hike.

    October 26, 2020

    01:26
    3.51 mi
    2.4 mph
    50 ft
    50 ft
    Christiane, Franz5 and 25 others like this.
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      Gartop Castle - The Autumn Effect!Gartop Castle, an inconspicuously located moated castle in the Lippeauen on the edge of the Hünxe. Autumn is approaching and the last biting rays of sunshine enchant the landscape around the castle into an enchanting autumn landscape.Next to a small watermill I start the tour opposite the Herrenahaus in the direction of Wesel - Dattel Canal. It's quiet - only the wind makes music and lets the leaves dance. I walk across a bridge on the other side of the canal until my shoes in a field acknowledge the wetness of the morning with a smack on the wet field floor. Fields, sheep and small forests will be my companions until I can get by again at Gartop Castle via the open Bühler field path in the deep Lippeauen.Conclusion: small but nice!

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      • October 26, 2020

  9. der_A_Bonn went for a hike.

    October 16, 2020

    01:30
    3.55 mi
    2.4 mph
    100 ft
    100 ft
    Miodrag Knežević, Roman and 20 others like this.
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      The hill grave from HövelsbergIf you visit “Die Berge” or the “Ramsdorf Mountains”, you might be a little disappointed at first.Lush and dense forest passages are not really found in this landscape area. Rather, there are wide sandy paths that accompany the hiker. The "Ramsdorfer Mountains" are actually a larger contiguous forest complex, which mainly consists of pine forest and emerged from former heather areas. In places there is a dense undergrowth of deciduous tree regeneration and buckthorn, but in some areas the undergrowth consists of shrubs, grasses, mushrooms, heather plants and mosses. The destination today is the Hövelsberg. At around 83 m above sea level, it is not one of the "big players", but with its barrows it is the largest barrow in the region. On the hike, it is worthwhile to "think outside the box". You can quickly see how many animals and insects are at home here.Agriculture begins immediately at the edge of the forest. In addition to carrots, the winterproof leek is a popular cultivation method. 12 pieces per running meter! In summer, however, it is important to protect yourself. The area "The Mountains" is known as a tick area.Conclusion: Only at second glance do “The Mountains” reveal their true beauty to the beholder!

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      • October 16, 2020

  10. der_A_Bonn went for a hike.

    October 14, 2020

    01:37
    3.95 mi
    2.4 mph
    25 ft
    25 ft
    Gerd, Franz5 and 27 others like this.
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      Loosenberge nature reserveThe Loosenberge are located very close to the Wesel district in the Drevenack district. The Loosenberge is a small section of the hike, where from one moment to the next you find yourself in an unusual heathland. Flight deck sand has shaped this approx. 13 hectare heathland for many years. In addition to the abundance of juniper bushes, many rare animal species also live there.The Loosenberge are excluded from bike and car traffic, so it is very quiet there. If you leave this nature reserve, the tour continues through the forest.If you don't let your eyes wander into the distance, you can quickly see that many ants are at home here in their hills.>> Ant hills consist of plant parts such as pine needles and are usually built around rotten tree stumps in nature. Under the above-ground part, which is supposed to protect the nest from the weather, passages and chambers go down to two meters. << Source: WikipediaThe vegetation in the forest is also striking. In addition to the pine and fir-like trees, the ilex plant (holly) can also be found everywhere. Berries, mushrooms and old wood determine the edge of the road and bear witness to the lively “life” of insects and small animals.Via a former route that is also used as a cycle path, it goes back towards the starting point.Conclusion: A very nice little tour that invites you to take a closer look at the forest and the heather!

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      • October 14, 2020

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