- 02:5621.2 mi7.2 mph2,325 ft2,300 ft
We are off again haphazardly and have always decided at the crossroads on the way in which direction to go. This is always the most fun for us 😁 The trails were great overall, however, exceptions are known to confirm the rules 🙈 A short section before the roll was difficult to drive due to logging. Some short sections uphill were very steep and the descent down to Wildemann was extremely steep. I think I need new brake pads 😂
July 12, 2020
- 02:4520.2 mi7.3 mph2,175 ft2,150 ft
This time we are on the Innerste bike path to Wildemann and then a little detour to the dog forest with the idyllic little lake. Then it went high over the roast pork to the Albert Tower in Iberg with a detour to the quarry. Continue over the crossroads Keller, Grüner Platz (with Brockenblick) to Sternplatz. From there via the presidential path and the crossroads Stiefel down to the beginning of the Innerstetalsperre and then on the bike path back to Lautenthal. The trails were great, but there were decent climbs with over 20% gradients 🤪 That’s part of it 😂😁
July 7, 2020
It went over single trails, which are a dream for MTB riders and for hiking. For our trekking bikes it was almost too much on short stretches 🙈😂 past steep slopes on really narrow single trails, so we even pushed a short distance for safety reasons. In Wildemann we suddenly stood in front of the cemetery gate. So through and over a few steps up to Seesener Straße. Then through the Spiegelthal across the beautiful avenue of annual trees up to the Grumbacher Teich, further towards the Kuttelbacher Teich. This time we are shortly before left on an overgrown path and then on the Rotkreuzweg to the Maassener Gaipel in Lautenthal. From there across the Schulberg with the usual beautiful view of Lautenthal back 😁 A detailed blog report will follow as always and video on our YouTube channel Natur im Harz. Sometime ... 😂🙈
July 5, 2020
Today it went in a different direction. We started in Lautenthal (via pavilion Schöne Aussicht Bielstein, HWN 106) to the Granetalsperre (HWN 110) near Astfeld, then on to Wolfshagen to the beautiful biotope Diabas quarry Heimberg (HWN 109) and from there again on the Innerste cycle path back. The paths were great for cycling again 🚴😍 🚴😍 However, there were a few very steep descents. Weather also played along. ☀️ ⛅️ and it was very windy 🍀
June 30, 2020
The paths were great for cycling (except for a short blocked route) 🚴♀️😍 The individual waypoints: Lautenthal / Sternplatz / Luchsstein / Schnapsplatz / Dicke Eiche / Vereinsplatz / Kalte Birke / Öhrenbrunnen / Sternplatz / Lautenthal 🙃 The path from Schnapsplatz towards Lageswarte is actually closed right up to the cold birch because they are preparing the way again. But nobody was at work ... We drove around there, but then back then 🙈 You had to push a small piece through the very coarse gravel that has not yet shaken. All in all we can recommend the tour. I didn't drive such peaks as in the Komoot altitude profile ... it was about 650 meters altitude.
June 26, 2020
We went through the forest via the pavilion Schöne Aussicht, Sattelplatz, Rolle and Hahnenklee 🌲🌳🌲 and back via the bike path with a stop for an ice cream at the Innerstetalsperre 😁 The paths were up to a few meters at the beginning (Bischofsthal - Wasserhaus) and the Way up to the Bear Cave above the Granetal Dam top! However, I had forgotten to start recording natürlich Of course, we did not start at the top of the Bielstein, but where the finish was. So it was a total of 40.7 km.
June 20, 2020
It was not more than 600 vertical meters, but about 400 vertical meters - Komoot once again tore me twice into the gullet of the earth and then catapulted it up again 🤪🚲 The stamp locations Grumbacher Teich, Schöne Aussicht Bielstein and the Wandering stamp box were on our way. We made a quick decision to the altar cliff 😍 We don’t start again with the Harzer Wanderkaiser, but these beautiful places were once again on the route Strecke. We were home just in time for the thunderstorm ☀️🚴🚴♂️
June 13, 2020