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**geri**

About **geri**

💬 Meine Motivation:
„Ich habe mir meine besten Gedanken ergangen und kenne keinen Kummer, den man nicht weggehen kann.“
(Soren Kierkegaard)
⛰ Mein Tic:
Die vorwiegend als Rundwege geführten Touren sollen nicht nur abwechslungsreich sondern auch untereinander zusammenhängend sein. Deshalb gibt es auch einige unspektakuläre Touren und „Kinderspaziergänge“ auf dieser Liste.
🧗‍♂️ Die Touren dürfen durchaus lang und anspruchsvoll sein, aber nach Kategorie A/B ist bei mir die Spaßgrenze.⭐ Meine Highlights:
Da auch die kleinen Gipfel und Hügel oftmals erwanderns- und erwähnenswert sind, sei es mir verziehen, dass ich hier den einen oder anderen UNberühmten Gipfel zum Highlight befördere.
(als Gipfelbuch verwende ich die Peakhunter-App, bis vielleicht komoot selbst eine derartige Funktion einbaut)
📷 Meine Fotos:
Meine Handy-Schnappschüsse sind garantiert nicht professionell und zeigen vorwiegend "Land ohne Leute"
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Wer will, darf diese gerne kopieren, verwenden, teilen, liken.
Die von grundauf entbehrlichen Gipfel-Selfies (👎) mit gequältem Grinsen wirst du hier ohnedies nicht finden.

📖✒
Die Tourenbeschreibung dient in erster Linie mir selber als Doku.
Wen's interessiert, der kann vielleicht daraus noch brauchbare oder unterhaltsame Informationen herauslesen.
Wem's gefällt, der darf mir gerne ein Like ❤ hinterlassen.
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Freunde & Follower:
Ich sammle Gipfel und Touren, jedoch nicht unbeding Follower. Die Interaktion mit einem überschaubaren Freundeskreis zum Trackhamstern und Austausch ist mir wichtiger. Daher sei es mir hftl verziehen, dass ist regelmäßig untätige Kollegen aus diesem Kreis entferne.
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"Once a year, go someplace, where you’ve never been before."
(Dalai Lama)
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Distance travelled

3,434 mi

Time in motion

1315:16 h

Recent Activity
  1. **geri** went for a hike.

    January 5, 2021

    03:42
    10.0 mi
    2.7 mph
    3,275 ft
    3,225 ft
    gallhofer's, Robert R. and 39 others like this.
    1. **geri**

      forbidden beautifulThe cloud cover was pretty high today, because starting from Göriach and following the hiking trail leading to the Hochanger there is not much to see for a long time.
      Only at the last crossing of the forest slope towards Osteralm does a latent yellow disc shimmer through the cloud.
      To take the peakhunter-like still virgin summit of the Hörsterkogel with you, right away from the climb and up the slope, whereby that is more of a wall than a slope (!) And the snow doesn't make it easier.
      It is all the more liberating to reach the snow-covered, pristine clearing on the ridge, which then extends to the summit and then narrows down to the valley. A little more through the forest and you are back on the marked hiking trail and soon you will reach the Osteralm with a kitschy beautiful view, although today only a few mountains protrude from the fog. But the Hochschwab massif is within reach.
      The ascent to the Hochanger soon begins past the alpine huts, where some ski tourers cavort today. After a long swim in the panorama, the tour is extended to the nearby Missitulkogel, which is now easiest to reach by taking the narrow Gamsgasse on the far right on the ridge through the mountain pines down to the valley; then down to the tree line and cross the open area over to the summit, where you have another great view.
      Now back and up again to the Hochanger, where the actual return path to the Osteralm and from there now on the forest road or then on the approach path follows.
      All in all, a very, very recommendable winter circuit (the above-mentioned passages don't have to be)

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      • January 5, 2021

  2. **geri** went for a hike.

    January 4, 2021

    1. **geri**

      50 shades of grayOr maybe the tour had a little more shades of gray from chapels along the cycle path to Kohleben and then mainly on forest roads up to the summit of the Großer Platte. There was no view of the Rax from the Raxblick or the other viewpoints at the back of the Dürrkogel and Karnsteinerkogel (WegNr 822) today.
      After all, the view down from the Plodererkreuz is impressive before the last stretch through the forest back down to the starting point.

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      • January 4, 2021

  3. **geri** went for a hike.

    January 3, 2021

    Rainer, Ralf Kaidel and 31 others like this.
    1. **geri**

      Defiant roundDespite the fog, defied the bastard and thus slipped under the A2 from the Grimmenstein train station and followed an old marking to Kaltenberg and the Maria Schnee pilgrimage church. Then follow the red Tut-Gut route 1 to the lowest point. Here without a path but without any problems, briefly through the forest and on a meadow up to the now marked road with short contact with the sun and a view.
      Leave the signs to Edlitz again to the right and return to the starting point on forest roads.

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      • January 3, 2021

  4. **geri** went for a hike.

    January 1, 2021

    Ralf Kaidel, Conny and 32 others like this.
    1. **geri**

      A stop right at the start.
      The Haltberg.
      From the train station in Puchberg am Schneeberg past the Schafkogel and then on forest roads on the east side up to the summit of the Haltberg with partly beautiful views. Then on an unmarked Waldsteigerl to the road, which then leads back downhill in serpentines on the west side. A short extra loop over the Hanslkogl completes the short round due to the turn of the year and the late breakfast.

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      • January 1, 2021

  5. Edelweiß, Mo and 29 others like this.
    1. **geri**

      A worthy end of the year with brilliant views from the Hiaslegg to the Achnerthörl ^ and the New Year's Eve Heider memorial and then up to the promising summit of the Thalerkogel (which was apparently besieged for a New Year's Eve party at this point). The descent and then the further path to the Luxstein ^, which is the turning point of the tour, are no less promising.
      Now back on the comfortable but partly snow-covered forest road where the Grabnermauer ^ and the Planauerkogel ^ complete the 5-part summit list.
      The insight of the day: The Snowline Chainsen Pro does not have its ultimate effect if the spikes point towards the ice and not towards the shoe sole 🙈😅.With this in mind - Happy New Year.

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      • December 31, 2020

  6. **geri** went for a hike.

    December 27, 2020

    Conny, Mo and 36 others like this.
    1. **geri**

      In cold blood ...Father Frost struck at the start in St. Kathrein am Hauenstein with -11 ° and it was refreshing until the entire loop past the Edelweißhütte and up to the summit cross of the Teufelstein. The mostly human-free descent route is also a very good snowshoe option.
      Past the numerous, but quite damaged, mills on the Mühlboden, you finally head out of the valley past Rosegger's favorite church back to the starting point.

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      • December 27, 2020

  7. **geri** went for a hike.

    December 26, 2020

    1. **geri**

      Short summit exploration walk with snowflake dance between the overcrowded Hirschenkogel and the closed Stuhleck.

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      • December 26, 2020

  8. **geri** went for a hike.

    December 20, 2020

    “MountainGhost”, Ralf Kaidel and 29 others like this.
    1. **geri**

      Life is often Trieste enough anyway - hence today LACHALPE with a touch of Tyrol.From a hikers' car park at the end of Krampen along the Tirolbach, the path soon leaving the main lane towards the Hinteralm (Schneealpe) and following the Tirolbach near Tyrol. After the steep section you go past the emergency hut and now follow the signs to the Lachalpe (no longer the Hinteralm). A short visit to the Schafkogel is rewarded with a nice view of the SchneealmThere have often been wonderful views up to this point, the views from the Lachalm to the summit of the Lachalpe are simply magnificent. The view from Blahstein is also worth seeing. Back and downhill on the forest road that you follow up to the Falkensteinalm, which is already shrouded in thick fog again.
      From here then on the marked path towards Krampen and then on forest roads back to the starting point.

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      • December 20, 2020

  9. **geri** went for a hike.

    December 19, 2020

    gallhofer's, Hannes and 34 others like this.
    1. **geri**

      When the blanket of fog climbs higher, you just have to add a little bit more.From the Weichtalhaus through the Weichtalklamm to the Kienthalerhütte and then on the western flank on a somewhat demanding section on the monastery coat of arms ^.
      Then to the Fischerhütte and on the Kaiserstein ^ and down the Schauerstein to the Kremplhütte. Now on the Steigerl, which is initially deeply snowed, back to the Kienthalerhütte and down to the forest road.
      Then back to the Weichtalhaus on the partly slushy F. Mayrweg.
      I guess it couldn't be much shorter, at the highest point from the very bottom to the top.

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      • December 19, 2020

  10. **geri** went for a hike.

    December 18, 2020

    Edelweiß, Ralf Kaidel and 34 others like this.
    1. **geri**

      From St. Kathrein am Hauenstein follow the road to the Hauereck lift. Then with snowshoes along the slopes to the summit of the Hauereck. With the Grödeln then on the partly icy Windradelstraßen up to the Steinriegel with a bold blue view.
      Back to the Steinwandhütte and first on a snow-covered Steigerl and soon on forest roads downhill, past the pony farm and back to St.K.a.H.

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      • December 18, 2020

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