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Robert R.
 

About Robert R.

Dieses Profil dient in allererster Linie als Tourenbuchersatz. Die aufgeführten Touren werden vorzugsweise als Rundtour geführt oder bewegen sich in eine Richtung. Immer mit der Möglichkeit den Start- und Endpunkt mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln, wie Bus oder Bahn, zu erreichen.Alle Touren, wenn öffentlich angefahren, starten vom Bahnhof Wien-Praterstern.Bevorzugt werden längere Touren, ab 20 km und mit Höhenmeter, beginnend ab 700 m im Auf- und Abstieg. Dabei sei es verziehen, dass Geschwindigkeit hierbei keine besondere Rolle einnimmt. Tourenbeschreibungen erfolgen nicht durchgängig. Diese dienen mir in erster Linie als Dokumentation oder geben Hinweise für all diejenigen, die diese nachwandern möchten.Das zur Verfügung gestellte Bildmaterial ist nicht professioneller Natur, es sind einfach nur Schnappschüsse mit der Smartphone-Kamera. Sie zeigen vorwiegend „Land ohne Leute“. Selfies und ähnliches sind nicht mein Ding. Sollten doch mal auf Gruppenwanderungen Personen abgebildet werden, so geschieht dies immer mit deren Einverständnis.>>Respekt vor dem Berg, der Natur und anderen Lebewesen<<Jeder sollte sich aber im Klaren sein, was es heißt am Berg, im Gelände, … unterwegs zu sein. Seine Gefahren, das Wetter oder die eigene Kondition realistisch einschätzen. Die eigenen Grenzen zu respektieren ist keine Schande. Achte auf ein respektvolles Verhalten gegenüber der Natur und ihren Lebewesen und entsorge deinen Müll oder Abfall bitte fachgerecht oder nimm ihn mit nach Hause.Zur interaktiven Karte meiner Touren: komoot.de/user/361131957891/embed

Distance travelled

2,276 mi

Time in motion

1098:09 h

Recent Activity
  1. Robert R. and Maria went for a hike.

    September 17, 2021

    07:09
    19.7 mi
    2.7 mph
    3,450 ft
    3,400 ft
    1. Robert R.

      Reachable by train / bus - stop (s): Vienna Heiligenstadt Bhf, Krems / Donau Bhf., Spitz / Donau Fähre / Melk Bhf, St. Pölten Hbf, Vienna Hbf

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      • September 17, 2021

  2. Robert R. went for a hike.

    September 11, 2021

    jazzalex, Crawallo and 63 others like this.
    1. Robert R.

      🌄 Geierstein (885m)
      🌄 Türnitzer Höger (1372m)
      🌄 Stadelberg (1226m)
      🌄 Linsberg (1238m)
      🌄 Paulmauer (1248m)
      Reachable by train / bus - stop (s): Wien Hbf, Türnitz HLW / St. Aegyd am Neuwald Augasse, Lilienfeld Bhf, Traisen Nö Bhf, St. Pölten Hbf

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      • September 11, 2021

  3. Robert R. went mountaineering.

    September 5, 2021

    Flo, Gerd Wegscheider and 65 others like this.
    1. Robert R.

      🌄 disc (1602 m)
      🌄 Scheiblingstein (1622 m)
      🌄 Bärenleitenkogel (1635 m)
      A nice, varied round with a wonderful ending in the Kartause GamingThanks to Rosa, Brigitte & Gerhard.

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      • September 6, 2021

  4. Robert R. went mountaineering.

    September 4, 2021

    Gerd Wegscheider, Edith and 54 others like this.
    1. Robert R.

      Recording via Suunto Ambit3 Peak. Unfortunately, image data was incorrectly sorted, despite correction of the position in komoot.Thanks to Edith and Michael for the nice day.

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      • September 4, 2021

  5. Erwin, Wolfgang Wimmler and 76 others like this.
    1. Robert R.

      A big thank you to Maria for coming with us and the opportunity to ride. It was a great day.

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      • August 30, 2021

  6. Robert R. went for a hike.

    August 25, 2021

    Romana, Flo and 69 others like this.
    1. Robert R.

      From Kleinreifling train station, briefly along the Enns, I cross the bridge and walk half-left along the street to the church and continue towards the cemetery. After this, the board shows the way with the reference to the Gratsteig. Follow these until you come to a forest road. Now go left on the forest road until Steinmanterl show us the way to the right. Follow this easy-to-walk path to a pasture area. Here branches off to the left, also marked by Steinmanterl.If only one hadn't taken this one. The climb runs in more or less steep terrain until you suddenly stand in head-high blackberry bushes. The climb is still recognizable, but it will be a real adventure to go through it. Well, somehow you can do it. And after a more or less "easy" fight with the bushes, I reach the forest road above the Jägerstand. Follow this left again until you come across a signpost for the Hühnerkogel. From now on it will be really exciting. The paths do not seem to be maintained any more. The path overgrown, barely recognizable, leads very steeply upwards. Since it has been raining for the last few days, the ground is like a pure ice-skating surface. At some point you are hanging on the steep terrain. No path, no markings and dead wood as far as the eye can see.It's good if you don't lose your bearings.Climbing over the dead wood surfaces, sliding and sometimes pathless just upwards. Here and there pale markings appear on trees. It would be nice if there was still a way to do it. Exposed without a path and clattering over with deadwood remains, it goes uphill, slipping in between, until I hit the next section of forest road. I now decide to go because I have no further interest in the next section of the climb.The forest road ends and a sign points to the "difficult route" down. I must be right about that. The Hühnerkogel is more or less steep again over a former beating area. The trail leads over increasingly crest-like, rock-interspersed terrain with tall grass. Views of the surrounding mountains and the surrounding flora and fauna never allow boredom to arise. After a while you come across a treeless area and see the Hühnerkogel in its full size, behind it the Almkogel appears. From there it goes pathless over the treeless area. The path cannot be found again. Somehow I walk in the direction of the Hühnerkogel and at some point I come across a marker again.Now it goes along the grade. There are always great views of the Almkogel, Brunnbacheck and Burgspitz. The Stallburgalm also shows itself. The Gradweg is narrow, but never exposed. My first break at the Hühnerkogel. From now on it's going downhill. Wet, sliding, steeply down to the saddle of the "transition". Yes what do you do now? If I were to go my originally planned tour via Almkogel, Brunnbacheck and Burgspitz, I would need at least another three hours. How long is the Stallburgalm open? When will I arrive in Vienna? Back out tomorrow at 5 a.m. I decide to move towards the Almkogel, only to return to reality after a short time.So down to the Stallburgalm - without the Almkogel, Brunnbacheck and Burgspitz. The ascent to the Hühnerkogel has already messed up my schedule. Break there with delicious dumplings and cabbage. A short chat with the hut landlords. And the knowledge that on the advice of the Hüttenwirt, not to go down the climb through the Fäulbachgraben. On forest roads it goes down towards Küpfern. The steep walls of my Gradweg are always visible on the right. Around 4.45 p.m. I arrive at the train station in Küpfern. At 5 p.m. I take the train back to Vienna, where I arrive around 7.30 p.m.An exciting day in a beautiful area.-------------------------------------------------- ------------Reachable by train - stop (s): St. Valentin Bhf, Kleinreifling Bhf, Küpfern Bhst, Amstetten Nö Bhf

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      • August 25, 2021

  7. Robert R. went mountaineering.

    August 22, 2021

    1. Robert R.

      Ar Sparafeld (2247 m)
      🌤 Admonter Kalbling (2196 m)
      🌤 Rifle (2106 m)

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      • August 22, 2021

  8. Robert R. went mountaineering.

    August 15, 2021

    Armin, Gosia🦆 and 68 others like this.
    1. Robert R.

      Recording was done via Suunto Ambit 3 PeakAn easy but scenic hike from the Hiaslegg pass over Edelweißboden to the high tower and over the Lammingsattel with a short stop in the upper Handlalm back to the end point at the Laufstraße - Präbichl car park.Thanks to Brigitte, Gerhard, Rosa & Hannelore for the pleasant day.

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      • August 15, 2021

  9. Armin, Roswitha F. and 68 others like this.
    1. Robert R.

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      • August 6, 2021

  10. Robert R., Stundenschwimmer and 124 others like this.
    1. 🌺Marianne 🦂

      We had a very nice tour today .. It was not possible to go to the summit because of heavy fog .. And in the valley the rain caught up with us .. Otherwise a successful day 👍 Except for one part, I briefly panic because I was in the Deep peeped 🙈

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      • August 4, 2021

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