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Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks
 

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About Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks

Hallo da draußen!Ich bin Zoe. Ich bin diplomierte und passionierte Steineklopferin und -sammlerin. Kein Wunder, dass daher mein Augenmerk bei Wander- und Radtouren oft die Geologie ist. Doch auch die Welt der Tiere und Pflanzen hat einen Platz in meinem Wanderherzen.Meist bin ich in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern unterwegs, aber ich überschreite gerne mal die innerdeutsche Grenze und bin in ganz Deutschland oder darüber hinaus am Wandern oder Radfahren und entdecke dabei die Schönheiten der Natur.Diese Schönheiten möchte ich euch als Komoot-Outdoor-Redakteurin teilen. Begleitet mich auf meinen Rad- und Wandertouren und entdeckt Ecken, die das Herz von Natur-Fans höher schlagen lassen. Privat blogge ich über Themen "Natur, Wandern und Geologie". Schau doch einfach mal bei meinem Blog vorbei. Viel Spaß beim Stöbern und LesenMan sieht sich draußen!- Zoe

Distance travelled

868 mi

Time in motion

281:16 h

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  1. Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks went for a hike.

    3 days ago

    00:45
    2.52 mi
    3.4 mph
    575 ft
    525 ft
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    1. Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks

      Sports lessons in the vocational school. Of course, when the weather is nice, you move the lessons outside.So the sports class took a walk to Lankower See and walked a distance. Not running, just walking. In the heat there was no way to think about running and so we walked two kilometers north and then back again.For me it was a nice walk in nature. I think it was less exciting and exciting for the students. 😁Ah yes, sometimes life as an interpreter is really nice.

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      • 3 days ago

  2. Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks went for a bike ride.

    7 days ago

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    1. Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks

      For a work / vacation weekend, I and my bike “Patchwork” went to the island of Rügen. Worked a lot yesterday and did not do much sport. Today it should be the other way around.It started in the late morning. Not quite following the cycle path to the north, I made a detour to a water tower ruin and mysterious trees. The tower was once used to supply water to Semper Castle. Only a few meters further you can see a green dome in a clearing. Hmm, curiosity is aroused and I go in through an opening. Patchwork - as good as a bike can be;) - waiting outside. Some bizarre beech trees are hidden under the dome of leaves. A phenomenon based on a genetic defect (have I taken the spell now?)After this excursion, it goes north to Lohme. On the well signposted "Rundweg Rügen" cycle path, I am guided through small villages and towns until I finally arrive in Lohme. It should be mentioned that the route was not level, but that it went up and down. In Sagard and Neddevitz I even had to drive partly on cobblestones. Not nice :-/When we arrived in Lohme, we had the obligatory fish sandwich for lunch. When I'm out and about near the coast here in MV, it's just part of it for me.After the meal I drove south again. I continued to follow the cycle path that led me through the beech forest of the Jasmund National Park. What a great beech forest! This green !!! And the silence here! Madness! I made a detour to the Königsstuhl, but the entrance fee of 10 euros put me off really visiting this rock formation. Then I wanted to spend the time on the bike.So drove on through the forest in the direction of Sassnitz. It went downhill quickly and I was happy with the good back-pedal and front brakes on my bike. You definitely need them here!When I arrived in Sassnitz, I drove along the harbor, but I noticed that I was now a bit tired from the journey and therefore no longer had the concentration to look around the harbor in peace. I wanted to finish the last quarter of the tour quickly.On the last quarter I went against the wind. Squalls were announced, but I would not have thought that this would stop me. It has never taken me so long to cover so few kilometers. Totally exhausted but happy I finally arrived at my place to stay.Uff, what a tour.47.7 km !!!With the factors headwind, up and down the track and a (still) not repaired gear shift, I find it (a word that I seldom write) awesome!

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      • 7 days ago

  3. Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks went for a hike.

    June 6, 2021

    Saskia (Wandertante), SECRET SECRET and 7 others like this.
    1. Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks

      On a beautiful sunny day, we went for a short hike along the Schwerin lake.Partly quite adventurous, as some sections were quite muddy, but someone was so nice and put some logs on it as a "bridge". 😃There was a lot going on on the way between Bad Kleinen and Wiligrad Castle: walkers (with dogs), cyclists ... every few minutes you ran into someone.But not only did I meet people, the animal world was also there. So I saw a couple of red crested ducks (Netta rufina) 🦆 (<- no red crested duck, but mallard 😉) on the lake. The first time I saw these ducks in the wild! On the way I met a total of 🐍🐍🐍 slow worms and a grass snake. 🐍When I arrived at Wiligrad Castle, I took a look at the grounds. Unfortunately the café was closed;It's a shame, that would have been a nice end with coffee and cake. Next time.Nice little tour that you can do every now and then.

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      • June 7, 2021

  4. Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks went for a hike.

    May 30, 2021

    00:16
    0.69 mi
    2.6 mph
    25 ft
    75 ft
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    1. Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks

      After my "criss-cross tour on the island of Poel" I still had a lot of time before my train left.So what do you do? A stroll through the old town of Wismar, of course, which is also a World Heritage Site. Here I followed the Mühlenbach and passed some interesting points.The late afternoon was still so beautiful that I couldn't miss out on a stroll through town.

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      • June 2, 2021

  5. Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks went for a hike.

    May 30, 2021

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    1. Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks

      Today we met a friend on the island of Poel and since we had a lot to talk about, we almost criss-crossed the island of Poel. Lots of lush green: fields, small forest sections, meadows. Oh, just wonderful!It's still quiet on the island, but it will certainly be different in a few weeks. Corona easing is in full swing and the summer holidays are also soon.

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      • May 31, 2021

  6. Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks went for a hike.

    May 28, 2021

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    1. Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks

      On Friday it went "quickly" to the Baltic Sea. In the nicest weather we first went to the pier with its small harbor. After a little break we went through the green coastal forest.As a highlight, I found the blooming "Swedish whitebeams" (Sorbus intermedia) on the bicycle / pedestrian path very pretty.I am happy to come back here. But for me, as a car-free person, only the working days are interesting, there doesn't seem to be a bus on the weekend. Too bad.

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      • May 28, 2021

  7. Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks went for a hike.

    May 15, 2021

    00:24
    2.93 mi
    7.4 mph
    275 ft
    550 ft
    Cora, AS aus LO and 3 others like this.
    1. Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks

      Sun or rain. The weather report couldn't tell me that exactly today. But then I dared to step outside, because after a long time I wanted to really immerse myself in a forest again - so to speak, "bathe".In the south of Schwerin there is a nice little forest area that invites you to "forest bathing". Here was green en masse.Although I had only been out in the forest for less than half an hour, my stay felt like an eternity to me.Is the time to forget also an effect of forest bathing? Hmm ... who knows? 😉

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      • May 15, 2021

  8. Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks went for a hike.

    May 9, 2021

    04:45
    14.1 mi
    3.0 mph
    700 ft
    700 ft
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    1. Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks

      Finally nice weather and I have time. So I went to Gadebusch. Fortunately there was no entry ban and so I was outside my district for the first time in months.Beautiful landscapes and very varied paths. Only that it should be a hiking trail (and who or what is Steenborg anyway), I was sometimes skeptical. There were no signs for orientation on the Steenborg hiking trail (but luckily there is Komoot) and many paths were paved or paved. Certainly a great thing for cyclists, but for me as a hiker it wasn't that nice. I prefer field and forest paths.A small highlight here was the Rauchhaus adventure farm. There I allowed myself a piece of cake and a cappuccino. After "drinking coffee" I looked around a little in the adventure courtyard.Nonetheless - it was a nice tour with great views. Only from the hiking trail should the name be changed to "bike path", then it fits.

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      • May 9, 2021

    1. Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks

      Your last stage of the Eastern Brick Path starts in Bad Sülze am Markt. Via Marlow, which is on the edge of the Recknitz valley, you drive along the course of the river to Ticino. Here you make a detour to the city church, whose current picture has undergone several structural changes in the last few centuries.From Ticino you follow more or less the railway line that leads to Rostock. When you reach the village of Thulendorf, you are only a few kilometers away from your destination. In Thulendorf there is a massive church to marvel at, which was not only built from brick, but was mainly built from field stones.The last quarter of the route you can really pedal again, because on an almost straight route you go straight to your stage destination Rostock. At the end, two interesting brick Gothic churches await you there.First you drive past the Nikolaikirche. This church is no longer used as a church, but as a cultural and event location. You can also rent the attic of the former church.Shortly before you reach your destination, you will stop by the St. Marienkirche. The rich interior of the church is impressive. After visiting the church, the market is only a stone's throw away. Congratulations, you did the Eastern Brick Loop!Now you can take a look around Rostock, go for a stroll in the old town, visit your hostel or take the next train back home.

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      • May 24, 2021

    1. Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks

      From the big old university town of Greifswald you cycle almost straight west to rural Western Pomerania. Here, brick village churches are usually the tallest buildings in the area. You can therefore already see them from afar.The church in Horst is the first brick church that you can see on this stage. Arrived in Grimmen, you have already made the 30 kilometers of the stage. Here in the city center is the St. Mary's Church, which you can visit when the church gate is open.If you continue following the signs for the eastern brick circular route, you will certainly notice the church in the foreland. Like two offset houses, the choir stands slightly offset in front of the nave.The next brick church is named after an Archbishop of Canterbury: St. Thomas Church in Triebsees. From the outside, its architecture looks like that of a basilica, but from the inside you will be surprised by the construction of a hall church.The destination of the stage is Bad Sülze, here you can also admire the last building for today's tour. The town church in Bad Sülze was built in competition with the town of Marlow to find out who could erect a church more quickly.

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      • May 24, 2021

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