3 things - sunset on the mountain, RR training and night driving test were on the plan.
When I arrived on Kesselbergstrasse, my in-ear track (worship music by Hillsong and ICF) was joined, as it were, as a subtrack by the deep humming or howling of the motorcycles that had discovered the street for themselves that evening, and like me screwed up the pass at a slightly higher speed, of course.
The day was really warm, even the descent after sunset. But the return trip in the cool of the night and with all the fog on the fields was really cold! Total approx. 6 - 6.5 L liquid used. A beer bought at the Kochel gas station was hissed on the summit. Otherwise 3 liters of water are tapped at the foot of the Jochberg. We went back in eco mode.
Bike: approx. 170.5 km. The backpacking bag wobbles too much when I steer. The total weight also noticeably reduces the flow.
Hike: approx. 10.5 km. Take trail running shoes & hiking sticks with you for this. Light batteries were changed, which was also to be expected due to the long service life of this campaign.
Night drive: more hose than I thought. So there remains a reserve option. Also unsympathetic to drive through meadows and villages in the dark for so long. However, the streets are wonderfully clear.
Funny, even after a number of updates, komoot has a tendency to give me Hm. When saving it was 2060 Hm (correct), now it is 2330 Hm. Hmm ...
about 23 hours ago
- 04:2821.1 mi4.7 mph4,525 ft4,550 ft
So far my technically most difficult MTB tour. Hike & Bike is more likely. Or even better <difficult hiking & dangerous biking>. The MTB had to be pushed half of the way, more often short, sometimes suspended carrying sections. The km and Hm information are no indication of the severity of the tour. Up to just below the Soiernseen, it sometimes takes a lot of pressure on the pedals to not get off. A sliding passage with surefootedness follows the Soiernseen, which is still acceptable. From the Soiernseen to the Jägersruh-Joch it becomes more and more demanding, technical and z. T. exposed. The yoke itself is a great vantage point.
The Jägersruh Trail ("S2 / S3") has it all: Partly really fun, part flowy but exposed, part too narrow for me, common passages with risk of falling (= sliding passages), occasionally also exposed carrying sections.
As a pure hiking trail, I would describe the Jägersruh Trail as sporty, partly technical and exposed, but overall it is quite feasible. Things look different with MTB. Only recommended for whole blood bikers. Thank goodness we arrived before dawn🙌
7 days ago
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