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Robert R.

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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 und 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.

Distance travelled

1,392 mi

Time in motion

678:01 h

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

    about 14 hours ago

    02:18
    5.72 mi
    2.5 mph
    100 ft
    75 ft
    1. Wolfgang Wimmler

      Beautiful photos

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      • about an hour ago

  2. Robert R. went mountaineering.

    6 days ago

    🌺Marianne 🦂, Nicole Z. Köln and 32 others like this.
    1. Robert R.

      You basically get to the Ötscher in “the really cozy way”. In Lackenhof, you simply climb into the chairlift and hike over the Breiten Westbuckel to the summit. That may be quite pleasant, but, apart from the view from the top, not particularly exciting.The ascent over the east ridge - the "Rauhen Kamm" is much more exciting. Correct! Despite the spelling reform, this is still written with an "h". One can say that this ascent variant is one of the most beautiful ridge climbs that the state of Lower Austria has to offer.The starting point of our tour is the parking lot at the chair lift in Lackenhof. From there we go on the road to Raneck and continue on a forest road to the entrance to the next section, the "Bärenlacken". Now quite steeply through beech forest until we reach the entrance to the actual east ridge, the “Rauhen Kamm”, at the “tärrischen houses”. You now follow the ridge to the "Herrenstand". From there further west to the Ötscher summit. A cemented iron bar helps over the key point.The ascent is indicated with a level of difficulty 1+. There are two exposed positions that I would personally rate as 2. You shouldn't have acrophobia. Surefootedness and a head for heights are essential. Any form of arrogance is clearly out of place here.

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      • 5 days ago

  3. Robert R. went for a hike.

    September 18, 2020

    03:52
    8.83 mi
    2.3 mph
    900 ft
    950 ft
    1. Robert R.

      With Lisa for a coffee at the Wiener Hütte.

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      • September 18, 2020

  4. Robert R. went mountaineering.

    September 15, 2020

    🌺Marianne 🦂, Armin and 39 others like this.
    1. Robert R.

      Reachable by train / bus - stop (s): Wr. Neustadt Bhf, Bad Fischau-Brunn Bhf, Puchberg am Schneeberg Bhf, Puchberg am Schneeberg Chairlift valley station!!!! Rail replacement traffic between Bad Fischau-Brunn Bhf and Puchberg am Schneeberg Bhf until October 2nd, 2020 !!!!

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      • September 17, 2020

  5. Robert R. and Wolfgang Wimmler went for a hike.

    September 13, 2020

    Johannes Bräuer 🇦🇹, Armin and 33 others like this.
    1. Robert R.

      If you want to hike afterwards, I would only recommend the tour in this form to a limited extent, as two enclosed areas (game reserve) have to be hiked through during the tour. How easy it is to get in (revolving door and ladder). Unfortunately we stood twice in front of closed 2 m high gates when we left. These could only be overcome with climbing and scrambling. Otherwise a beautiful tour shaped by the forest through a beautiful cultural landscape with refreshment stops at the Michlwirt in Frohnberg / Miesenbach. Thanks to Wolly, Christian, Lisa, Denise and Lise for this pleasant day.Directions to the Balbersteins:The path with the signpost to the Balbersteinen is at the end of the Gut Miesenbach riding stable. Surefootedness is necessary in the area of the balber stones!The ascent through the forest is quite steep. Soon the first rocks are reached and also a small cave. Shortly afterwards we reach the first gorge. This goes up steeply, the ground is a mixture of humus and rubble and is sometimes slippery!It continues upwards until we reach the "Fensterl". The view of Schneeberg and Rax is wonderful.Now we hike along a ridge and come to the second small gorge. The path continues to a right-angled junction to the right into a young forest. Here are several signposts. For us, the sign is correct, which millstone is on. It goes uphill and we reach the 3rd small gorge. Big hikers have a hard time slipping through this narrow gap. Shortly afterwards, it is easy climbing to the highest point of the Balbersteine - the Mühlenstein (747m).Reachable by train - stop (s): Wr. Neustadt Bhf, Gutenstein Bhf / Miesenbach-Waidmannsfeld Hst, Wr. Neustadt Bhf.As always, the starting / end point is the Wien Praterstern train station.

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      • September 14, 2020

    1. 🌺Marianne 🦂

      I liked it there very much .. You took beautiful pictures 👍

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      • September 12, 2020

  6. Robert R. went for a hike.

    September 4, 2020

    Lutz1990, Wandermax 🚶‍♂️ and 36 others like this.
    1. Robert R.

      Reachable by train - stop (s): Leoben Bhf, Niklasdorf Bhf, Bruck an der Mur Bhf

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      • September 5, 2020

  7. Robert R. went for a hike.

    August 30, 2020

    Romana, Gosia and 36 others like this.
    1. Robert R.

      Reachable by train - stop (s): Gloggnitz Bhf

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      • August 30, 2020

  8. Robert R. went for a hike.

    August 23, 2020

    Armin, Wandermax 🚶‍♂️ and 47 others like this.
    1. Robert R.

      Reachable by train / bus / underground - stop (s): Liesing Bhf. / Hochstraße and Lainzer Tor / Hietzing U4

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      • August 23, 2020

  9. Armin Allgäu 😊, herbert and 31 others like this.
    1. Robert R.

      For some it is a short walk, for others a moderate tour. It is always promising. Rax, Schneealpe, Veitsch, Hochschwab and Ötscher. Tonion accompanies you every step of the way, as if you don't want to lose sight of it or something - as if it didn't want to let go of you at all.The weather woman is wrongly neglected, although she has her qualities as a panoramic mountain. The mountain, shaped like a roof, is heavily forested, except for the two kilometer long west-east running ridge, the western end of which is the almost equally high Kaiserstein.An entertaining tour of Niederalpl with refreshments in the Wetterinalm or Gasthof Plodererhof directly on the Niederalpl pass.

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      • August 22, 2020

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