Walkleader ­čî╗

About Walkleader ­čî╗

Habe 2014 eine Ausbildung zum Natur- und Landschaftsf├╝hrer gemacht mit staatl. Zertifizierung durch den Deutschen Wanderverband und BANU (Bundesweiter Arbeitskreis Natur und Umwelt).
Mache Landschaftsf├╝hrungen, geologische Exkursionen. Aktives Mitglied bei Ortsgruppe Zang, im schw├Ąbischen Albverein, als Wanderf├╝hrer.
Mache Wanderf├╝hrungen auf dem Albsch├Ąferweg im Ostalbkreis und F├╝hrungen auf dem Meteorkraterrundweg im Steinheimer Becken.
Bin aktiv im Rahmen des Vortragsprogrammes des schw├Ąbischen Albvereins und mache Vortragsabende - Audio-Visuell und PowerPoint - zu vielen interessanten Themenbereichen.
Anfragen und Kontaktaufnahme ├╝ber die oben aufgef├╝hrte Webseite m├Âglich.

Distance travelled

1,926 mi

Time in motion

802:49 h

Recent Activity
  1. Walkleader ­čî╗ went for a hike.

    2 days ago

    7.08 mi
    2.4 mph
    650 ft
    625 ft
    Walkleader ­čî╗, Sandsteinklippe and 67 others like this.
    1. Walkleader ­čî╗

      Although "Siri" hadn't said good weather beforehand, we risked a hike over the Kuchalb near St├Âtten / Schnittlingen.
      Start was at the town hall / church in St├Âtten, from where we hiked across the "Weiler Feld" towards the telecommunications tower. There are numerous wind turbines around the telecommunications tower. This wind park was designed as a "wind & adventure park" with a lot of information on the subject of wind energy and wind power. That is very well done. When we arrived at the telecommunications tower, we hiked down over the "Kreben" in the direction of Schnittlingen. Up on the mountain we had a good view of the Hohenstaufen (see picture gallery). When we arrived at cutlings, we passed a small enclosure with alpacas. After Schnittlingen we then hiked to the NSG Eybtal with small parts of the L├Ąngen- and Rohrbach Valley. There is also the "Teufelsk├╝che", part of the NSG. The "Teufelsk├╝che" is a particularly protected area and is not accessible. Then we hiked back to Schnittlingen in order to hike again in the direction of St├Âtten. In the meantime something has brewed up in the sky above us that did not bode well. We prepared ourselves accordingly and made it "waterproof" ... and not a minute too early. As soon as we were finished, it pelted us down and poured it down. That was about a kilometer long and then it was Spooky already over. As the sun came out again and a light wind was blowing, the clothes were soon dry again. A little bit through the forest at "Hundsruck / B├╝x" and we were back at the starting point in St├Âtten.
      Conclusion: a nice circular hike in a corner still unknown to us in which the yellow flowering rapeseed fields set great color points.

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      • 2 days ago

  2. Walkleader ­čî╗ went for a hike.

    4 days ago

    Walkleader ­čî╗, Klaus Schneider and 71 others like this.
    1. Walkleader ­čî╗

      Since there was nothing to do with a Vadderdags tour yesterday, we did it today. Today we went to Dillingen a. d. Danube to make a circular hike along the Danube or through the alluvial forest.
      We started from a parking lot at the "Nachtweide". Then it went on the Danube path along the Danube to the bridge to Steinheim (Dillingen). In Steinheim we hiked on the outskirts of Steinheim past the sports field in the direction of the "Auwald" where wild garlic was still blooming. Accordingly, it smelled there too..­čśë­čśé­čśé.
      After the alluvial forest we went back to Dillingen. Past the former Lutipold barracks we made a detour to the old town of Dillingen (castle and Heiliggeistspital).
      The castle - was a former prince-bishop's / Augsburg residential castle. It stands on a high terrace with a steep drop on the southern outskirts. There used to be the people who took the money from people. Today it is no different, because now the Dillingen / Munich tax office is housed in the castle.
      After a little refreshment with snail noodle and coffee, we hiked back to the "Nachtweide".
      The icy saint "Bonifatius" had been kind to us in terms of the weather and hadn't sent rain. For this he conjured up great cloud images / formations in the sky.

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      • 4 days ago

  3. Walkleader ­čî╗ went for a hike.

    May 9, 2021

    Walkleader ­čî╗, Uschi and 81 others like this.
    1. Walkleader ­čî╗

      The "stadterbach" (also called the young Danube town) has published a small hiking brochure in which some circular hikes are listed. Among other things, the "Ringinger Orchideenrunde". That was today's "Mother's Day" hike. In the course of the circular hike we are at many flower fields such as cowslips, anemones, gentians and many more. stopped by. As far as the orchids are concerned, we saw a few sporadically, otherwise most of the orchid species were still in "sleep mode", at least the "white forest birds". Maybe we were a little early after all. When we hiked above Ringingen, we also had a great view of the Alps.

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      • May 9, 2021

  4. Walkleader ­čî╗, Christine and 72 others like this.
    1. Walkleader ­čî╗

      People are just curious and so we got on our socks this afternoon to hike over the Zitterberg to the Spitzhau to inspect the newly built wind farm there. The Buchenweg, a former beautiful hiking trail, has been expanded into a wide access road to the wind farm. A total of "eight wind turbines" have been installed in the Spitzhau.
      Then we hiked down the Spitzhauweg through a wonderful valley, past the Gewann "Alte Gemeinde" to the "Zimmertle". From there it wasn't far to the Wiedemann von Nattheim sheep farm. We then hiked back to the starting point via the Kohlplatte.

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      • May 3, 2021

  5. Walkleader ­čî╗ went for a hike.

    May 1, 2021

    5.46 mi
    2.6 mph
    450 ft
    475 ft
    Didier, Matthias Brandt and 71 others like this.
    1. Walkleader ­čî╗

      Due to the uncertain weather conditions, we decided today at short notice to go on a short circular hike near Oggenhausen. This time also in a corner in which we had never walked around.
      We started at the "K├Ânig" in Oggenhausen and walked towards the "Hof Christophsruhe" at the motorway maintenance facility / police. At the junction at Oggenhausener Keller we hiked back towards the motorway, under the bridge to the "Sauren Mahd". In the "Sauren Mahd" we passed the "Augusting grave" (Celt. Grave mound). We continued to a former ore mine, past the playground and hiked back over the pond meadows to Oggenhausen.

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      • May 1, 2021

  6. Walkleader ­čî╗ went for a hike.

    April 30, 2021

    Walkleader ­čî╗, eisiger and 72 others like this.
    1. Walkleader ­čî╗

      After yesterday's somewhat "licking" day, the body was challenged again today.
      We started from the K├Ânigsbronn monastery courtyard in the direction of the former fishing ground of the K├Ânigsbronn monastery, the Itzelberger See. Past the "Vogelinsel" to the forestry education center of the state of Baden-W├╝rttemberg and then over the "Itzelberger Talstr├Ą├čle" to get up to the Mittelburren. At the top we are then in the direction of the Waldsiedlung, around it, past the ski jump and down the stairs again Hiked to K├Ânigsbronn.

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      • April 30, 2021

  7. Walkleader ­čî╗ went for a hike.

    April 28, 2021

    Walkleader ­čî╗, Tim and 63 others like this.
    1. Walkleader ­čî╗

      The fact is that you can never go to an appointment to the minute. This is also the case today when we drove to the vaccination center in Ulm. Before the I appointment, we had some time to stroll around the Unter / Ausee or across the Dianawiese. Since breakfast was a while ago, we then approved a sausage roll at the "vaccination bar".
      PS: Somehow the GPS has gone a bit crazy again (probably already infected ­čśé­čśé

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      • April 28, 2021

  8. Walkleader ­čî╗ went for a hike.

    April 25, 2021

    Walkleader ­čî╗, Uschi and 87 others like this.
    1. Walkleader ­čî╗

      It should be something about the water again today. That's why we decided to do a circular hike on the Danube and the many lakes in the Dillinger Land.
      The start was in the district of Schwenningen, Gremheim. We then hiked over the Neugesch├╝tt and M├Ąhder in the direction of Klosterbach / Donaukraftwerk Schwenningen. At the power plant, we then had the choice of either walking directly along the Klosterbach or over the Danube floodplains in the direction of the Tapfheimer Lakes. We determined
      then to hike between Klosterbach and Danube via Gottfriegsw├Ârth and Ludwigsauen, but combined with the residual risk of standing by a water at some point without having a transition. But you have to be a bit lucky and you could then hike over the Danube dam near the Tapfheimer Lakes. At the Tapfheimer See we found a nice place with a bench and table to make a snack. Thanks to the fishing association who set up this place. Then it went over the pasture and gravel pit to the bird sanctuary "Donauauen". Then to Schwenningen. In Schwenningen itself, hiked past the "Kalteneck" * water castle to the church to visit it.
      The moated castle, which is still surrounded by a moat, is privately owned and operated as a guesthouse (is currently being renovated).
      Shortly afterwards we visited the church of St. Urich and then hiked back to Gremheim via the cattle fields.
      Today it was a circular hike through wonderful wet meadows and lake landscapes.

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      • April 25, 2021

  9. Walkleader ­čî╗ went for a hike.

    April 23, 2021

    Walkleader ­čî╗, Michael and 106 others like this.
    1. Walkleader ­čî╗

      Today again undertook a more demanding round in the Schurwald (G├Âppinger Land). The starting point was the Adelberg monastery, from where we hiked down to the Herrenbach reservoir. Once at the bottom, we hiked on the "Seeweg" along the reservoir to a rest area and a barefoot path. Then we turned onto the "Steige" to hike on a demanding ascent towards Unterberken. Once at the height it was advisable to take a short break. With a wonderful view of Unterberken, we enjoyed ourselves a bit. Freshly strengthened, we made our way to Unterberken or Oberberken. The turning point of the tour was then in Oberberken. Along the Schliffbach it went back down towards the reservoir. Once at the bottom we hit the sea again. Shortly after we were back at the reservoir, we also came to the fairy tale spring, or the "Kobold Blade". After we had seen it, we hiked up to the monastery park and then took a stroll in the monastery courtyard, where we also walked to the Ulrich's chapel. Unfortunately we could not visit them - a shame. At the hiking car park next to it, we treated ourselves to a coffee before we left for the journey home.

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      • April 23, 2021

  10. Walkleader ­čî╗ went for a hike.

    April 21, 2021

    Walkleader ­čî╗, Thomas ­čîä and 74 others like this.
    1. Walkleader ­čî╗

      When we were at the "Duttenstein" about two years ago, not everything went as we had imagined (we were constantly standing in front of closed paths, etc.).
      Therefore, today again made a circular hike to the Duttenstein. But this time we started from the small town of Eglingen near Dunstelkingen. We started at the castle of Eglingen and then hiked towards the "Eglinger Keller" inn (former armory). Then passed the small chapel "To the great Lord God" in Eglingen. Hiked a short distance on the country road towards Wagenhofen and then turned towards Wildpark Duttenhofen. Through the wonderful park we soon arrived at the castle of "Duttenstein", which this time we could admire in full size. Is very beautiful and raised above the park. Passing a seemingly endless paddock, we arrived at the "Bogenbach". That was the turning point of the tour. We then hiked through the fir pillar along the Klosterbach and along a wonderful clearing. Countless roe deer grazed in this clearing. To get out of the park, we then had to climb over the fence using a wooden ladder. Shortly after leaving the park, it started to dribble slightly. But then it broke down on us with all its might. Rain, hail and a strong storm accompanied us on the last 2 kilometers to Eglingen where we arrived soaked to the skin.

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      • April 21, 2021

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