Da sich meine Interessen verlagert haben und ich komoot zur Zeit nur sehr selten nutze, habe ich nur noch ausgewählte Touren - die auch für andere interessant sein könnten - im öffentlichen Bereich stehen. Aus dem Wertungssystem (Pioneer) ziehe ich mich ebenfalls dauerhaft zurück. Ich wünsch allen Aktiven weiterhin viel Spaß. Eure Touren waren immer inspirierend für mich. Danke. 🙂👍🏻
The bike path directly on the Rhine (from Eicher Lake) is still closed. But on the detour, it goes left on the dam on concrete and tar roads also to Oppenheim. The last part is gravel. The way back is through the Wingerte on farm roads. The nature experience is not too short. On my lap today, I counted 11 storks. Conclusion: Flat, easy going round, which is varied and can be driven with every bike - even racing bikes with wider tires.
August 4, 2019
There is a lot going on on the first part of the tour. A restaurant, playground and swimming area invite you to linger. If you leave this tourist junction, you will quickly reach peaceful forest landscapes with small pools and streams. Frogs, toads and butterflies are abundant. 🦋🐸
July 20, 2019
After Verdun this is my second documentation of the Zone Rouge. Since the Hartmannsweilerkopf was only fiercely contested until 1915 and then the French and German troops were largely there, the positions were further expanded. In order to change their positions even under fire, the German soldiers even dug tunnels through the mountain. The positions are well preserved and maintained. On the 4 km long circuit (divided into Boucle 1 and Boucle 2) you hike the entire battlefield. 45 display boards provide the hiker with alpine warfare during the First World War. It is estimated that 30,000 soldiers died here. In the crypt, the bones of about 12,000 killed are kept. Also today there was a military ceremony to commemorate. Finally you learn in the Historial for 5, - Euro entrance everything worth knowing about the fights at the Hartmannsweilerkopf. In addition to archaeological finds, the story is presented multimedia.
July 11, 2019
The ideal tour for our son. Already at the beginning of the tour we went on a steep "natural staircase" through the vineyards towards Starkenburg. After the descent, the old town with its lanterns, the scary stories and legends convey, another suspense. The gastronomic offer is excellent and with the chocolate house again the hit with the youth.
June 28, 2019
This castle ruin was completely unknown to me. Since it is not accessible by car and offers about 300 HM ascent, it is usually not very crowded. The renovations show in outline how the castle must have worked once. Since she was the retreat of robber barons, she was very heavily fought and destroyed.
June 28, 2019
On this expedition, I documented the former battlefield between Vaux- pond and Fort de Vaux. Frightening, that obviously still shrapnel balls and the remains of a stick hand grenade lie directly on the roadside. Here you move in the zone Rouge, i. The completely destroyed area was left to nature after the First World War.
July 12, 2019