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Wabi-Sabi

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About Wabi-Sabi
Distance travelled

109 mi

Time in motion

31:45 h

Recent Activity
  1. Wabi-Sabi went for a hike.

    May 27, 2021

    02:06
    4.74 mi
    2.3 mph
    175 ft
    200 ft
    Phönix likes this.
    1. Wabi-Sabi

      The last stage, which led us from Breunigweiler to the Pfrimmquelle and back, could finally be carried out without rain. I was interested in two aspects that literally emerged on our tour: There is only a very limited amount of nature, even on the awl course. Private properties and cultural landscapes dominate. What was fascinating, however, was how the awl, through various inlets, increasingly turned into a five-meter-wide "river" from a trickle near the source.

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      • June 14, 2021

  2. Wabi-Sabi went for a hike.

    May 26, 2021

    03:27
    8.70 mi
    2.5 mph
    675 ft
    450 ft
    Phönix likes this.
    1. Wabi-Sabi

      The third stage also started in continuous rain. At first we followed the awakening process again. But soon a dense network of federal roads, autobahns and railway lines forced us to have its own rhythm. We were prepared for this and used the previously planned route via the navigation function of the Garmin Instinct Solar. The second section, which led over meadows and through a beautiful deciduous forest, let us quickly forget the noise of the cars and even the rain. We were able to spot martens and deer until we arrived in Breunigweiler. We decided at short notice that we would not visit the awl source until the next day.

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      • June 14, 2021

  3. Wabi-Sabi went for a hike.

    May 25, 2021

    02:48
    7.48 mi
    2.7 mph
    350 ft
    175 ft
    Phönix likes this.
    1. Wabi-Sabi

      On the second stage we looked for a way to Marnheim without navigation - following the Pfrimm as close as possible. Unfortunately, that only worked to a limited extent. While the water with its green band (trees) always stood out very well from the cultural landscape, there was unfortunately no public path from Harxheim directly to the Pfrimm. This forced us to avoid dead ends and private property again and again. Storm and persistent rain prevented us from taking suitable photos. But the “adventure character” made us rate the adverse circumstances positively in the end. Nevertheless: From the third stage we used the navigation function of the Garmin Instinct Solar, as we should also go through dense forest sections here.

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      • June 14, 2021

  4. Wabi-Sabi went for a hike.

    May 24, 2021

    04:03
    11.2 mi
    2.8 mph
    200 ft
    100 ft
    Mona Rudolph and Phönix like this.
    1. Wabi-Sabi

      As a Whitsun holiday project with my son (15 years old), a stage hike from the Pfrimm estuary to the Pfrimmquelle. The first section led from Worms industrial area north, over the Pfrimmpark to Wachenheim. Here we were actually able to follow the Pfrimm very closely, as no dead ends or closed paths made a detour necessary (which was very often the case on the second and third stages).

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      • June 14, 2021

  5. Wabi-Sabi went for a hike.

    October 31, 2020

    02:18
    5.74 mi
    2.5 mph
    500 ft
    525 ft
  6. Wabi-Sabi and Sigrid went for a hike.

    February 21, 2020

    02:04
    4.39 mi
    2.1 mph
    450 ft
    450 ft
    Biitii 105, Gabi and 10 others like this.
    1. Wabi-Sabi

      Great hike. 👍🏻 Magnificent rock formations, many trees uprooted by the last storm (over which we had to climb), a beautifully renovated castle ruin and to top it off "Nutria" in search of food on the stream. Glorious. 🥰

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      • February 21, 2020

  7. Wabi-Sabi and Sigrid went for a hike.

    September 22, 2019

    01:16
    3.10 mi
    2.4 mph
    375 ft
    325 ft
    Bernd, Sigrid and 17 others like this.
    1. Wabi-Sabi

      Today a little journey through time to the aristocracy of the 18th century. Too bad that the place is so crowded. This clouds the atmosphere.

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      • September 22, 2019

  8. Wabi-Sabi went for a bike ride.

    August 4, 2019

    02:24
    36.4 mi
    15.1 mph
    525 ft
    525 ft
    Bernd, Sigrid and 6 others like this.
    1. Wabi-Sabi

      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.

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      • August 4, 2019

  9. Wabi-Sabi and Sigrid went for a hike.

    July 20, 2019

    02:04
    5.31 mi
    2.6 mph
    400 ft
    375 ft
    Bernd, Wabi-Sabi and 15 others like this.
    1. Wabi-Sabi

      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. 🦋🐸

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      • July 20, 2019

  10. Wabi-Sabi and Sigrid went for a hike.

    July 11, 2019

    01:18
    2.67 mi
    2.0 mph
    400 ft
    450 ft
    Sigrid, Bernd and 5 others like this.
    1. Wabi-Sabi

      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.

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      • July 11, 2019

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