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  1. TheLintorfer went for a bike ride.

    5 days ago

    40.7 mi
    16.2 mph
    725 ft
    725 ft
    Bumble-Bee, Guido H. and 29 others like this.
    1. TheLintorfer

      Actually, it should go down to the Ruhr today with the mountain bike, but because of the heavy rain last night, I have decided against a mud bath, so it has become a nice bike ride. And not, as the title suggests to Hattingen, but after Mülheim a.d.Ruhr, admired the new section of the RS1, then the RS1 to the Grugaradweg in the Annentalradweg passing back to the Ruhr. And along the Ruhr, past the Baldeneysee with a small rest, back to Mülheim. In the morning there was still fog in the fields, it dissolved quickly, as well as the loneliness on the trails. The later the morning, the fuller the ways. But that was to be expected in such a wonderful weather, therefore, the early departure. Now it can rain again 😉😁 ...

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      • 5 days ago

  2. TheLintorfer went hiking.

    6 days ago

    Maik, Guido H. and 30 others like this.
    1. TheLintorfer

      Today again in the beautiful Sauerland for hiking.
      Started near Olsberg am Schinkenwirt, a popular excursion restaurant and hotel. At first asphalt, past flowering meadows and a hive, that buzzed neatly. Then on Kneipp paths over Olsberg (Kneipp spa and the oldest Kneipp place in NRW) to Bruchhausen. Via a private way of the castle Bruchhausen (Wanderer tolerated) in the direction of the national nature monument Bruchhauser stones (entrance 5,50 €). The chunks standing there are already impressive. The fieldstone can also be climbed. And if komoot says alpine sections, then this is the case for once. The ascent is somehow reminiscent of the Alps. Sturdy shoes make sense here. After a short climb, the breathtaking panoramic view can be enjoyed. The way back on a section of the Briloner Kammweg started, a really very nice, recommended trail. At the end again landed on the Kneipp trail, still past the Maxstollen.

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      • 6 days ago

  3. Jörg, Max and 28 others like this.
    1. TheLintorfer

      Perfect climate for a small run on Friday morning. In light, starting drizzle and 11 ° C directly with air and water cooling.
      Today without pictures, since I only recorded with smartwatch.
      Through forest, along the Anger with duck race, past paddocks and fields.

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      • 7 days ago

  4. Kooki and TheLintorfer went hiking.


    2.77 mi
    3.8 mph
    125 ft
    125 ft
  5. TheLintorfer went mountain biking.


    Maik, lotta and 25 others like this.
    1. TheLintorfer

      My today's evening tour took me into the Angertal, more precisely in the heights of the valley. Castle Gräfgenstein has been on my list for some time, today I paid a visit to the castle, which is privately owned and not accessible. On the way there are still a few trails explored and discovered an old bunker entrance. But it seems to be filled up.
      The trails are growing so slowly. Partly too narrow to get through bushes and thorns without scratches.
      The path above the blue lake has become very, very narrow again, then I am vice versa.
      The Stinkesberg is still not accessible from the north-eastern side, because there is just too much stuff around.

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      • 14/05/2019

  6. TheLintorfer went hiking.


    Nordpol, Dirk Wimmer and 32 others like this.
    1. TheLintorfer

      It rustles, it humming, it chirps ...
      It seems - as if the world is perfectly fine for this little moment.
      These are sometimes only brief moments in nature that give me strength and energy.
      Energy to master the daily challenges.
      Power to build something beautiful out of the stones that get in your way.
      In the sense, I am now back to work after this more extensive lunchtime round ...
      Actually, a lunchtime round, as I make daily if possible, only as an "Extended Version" and with impressions that I would not want to hide from you 😀

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      • 13/05/2019

  7. TheLintorfer went mountain biking.


    22.5 mi
    9.9 mph
    1,175 ft
    1,300 ft
    Büchi, Dirk Wimmer and 25 others like this.
    1. TheLintorfer

      The first part was about Dirt Trails at its best, unfortunately without Dirt Biker, because I then rather limited myself to the normal trails, which was enough to dawn. Between Isenbügel and Kettwig you can almost find a trail paradise.
      The second part was more of a normal tour along the Ruhr. From Kettwig to Mülheim and then back home through the forest. I actually managed to enjoy the rain from the dark clouds around me only drop by drop, because I always cycled away from them. Sometimes, looking up is actually more reliable than all the broken rain radars of the WetterApps.

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      • 11/05/2019

  8. TheLintorfer went for a bike ride.


    8.39 mi
    14.9 mph
    125 ft
    175 ft
    1. TheLintorfer

      After the rain is before the rain. Actually, I go every week, but today to report the current status with the Café am Apfelparadies. The small renovation is finished and the outdoor area is open again. There were even two outside and enjoyed the short guest performance of the sun.
      And the bike and I are eingesaut, as if I had driven through muddy mud ... it was just wet.

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      • 10/05/2019

  9. TheLintorfer went for a run.


    4.27 mi
    6.6 mph
    150 ft
    150 ft
    Adriana, Büchi and 24 others like this.
    1. Angela

      My speed when running is similar to that of the animal of Figure 9😂 ... voluntarily, in the morning and then so elated, great 👍

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      • 10/05/2019

  10. TheLintorfer planned a mountaineering route.


About TheLintorfer

Ich bin ein Bewegungsmensch, schon als Kind war ich viel draußen unterwegs und bin es heute auch quasi täglich. Sei es mit dem Rad oder zu Fuß.
Schlechtes Wetter gibt es eigentlich nicht.
Bei komoot hat alles mit dem Trekkingrad angefangen. Raus auf die Piste und fahren, genießen, auspowern und vor allem abschalten und die Zeit vergessen. Dabei kommen dann auch schon mal längere Touren über 100 km am Tag heraus. Dies ist auch mein Hauptverkehrsmittel (z.B. täglicher Arbeitsweg).
Letztes Jahr habe ich dann das Wandern für mich (wieder)entdeckt. Quasi als Entschleunigung und zum Genießen der Natur, die ich mit dem Rad zwar sehe, aber nicht so intensiv wahr nehme, wie im langsameren (Schritt)Tempo.
Seit diesem Jahr hat sich noch ein Mountainbike im Stall dazu gesellt. Ein Zwischending zwischen Wandern und Trekkingrad fahren. Natur erleben und die Geschicklichkeit und Fahrtechnik verfeinern auf vorwiegend schönen Trails, gerne auch etwas technischer.
Zum Ausgleich oder gerade auch in der kälteren Jahreszeit, an den kürzeren Tagen, gehe ich auch joggen.
Eher seltener verschlägt es mich mal auf meine Inliner Skates (hab noch nicht die optimale Wegstrecke gefunden).
Lust auf eine gemeinsame Tour ? Lade mich ein oder melde Dich einfach unter lintorfer(at)hotmail.comGrüße

TheLintorfer’s Tour Stats

Distance6,289 mi
Time614:51 h