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About DiDo Schropa

Nach Schrottrobber-Vergangenheit "Foto-Flaneur" vor allem in NRW (incl. Zipfel Osnabrück) und BeNeLux,
Da Komoot die in den Fotos stets vorhandenen Metadaten nicht nutzt, um sie automatisch zu erzeugen, als Text unter dem Bild. Die Tour-Reports als Kommentar.
Wegen wiederholter Fragen hier kurz mein Verwaltungs-Workflow:
Touraufzeichnung seit 2008 mit Garmin Outdoor-Navi (habe ich immer noch gern wegen Bedienung mit Handschuhen), Fotos mit Digitalkamara. Mit Geosetter ( Windows) Fotos lokalisiert, mit Ortsnamen aus geonames.org und Standardeinträgen wie Copyright usw. versehen. Feinarbeit teilautomatisiert mit Titeln und Schlagwörten, der Nummer der TOPO-Karte etc. in Thumbsplus (und einigen Visual-Basic-Funktionen). Schließlich alle Metadaten in die Fotos geschrieben incl. Bewertung. Nur die mit >= 3 Sternen lade ich bei Komoot. Leider liest komoot bis auf die Koordinaten die Metadaten nicht aus und löscht sie sogar; und ich habe keine Lust auf stupide Kopierarbeiten für jedes Foto.
Bei dem Verfahren will ich einstweilen auch bleiben, Gründe:
Die Qualität der Originalfotos ist bedeutend besser als die komprimierte Komoot-Variante;
ich will sie offline behalten, denn ich will sie nicht verlieren, falls es komoot irgendwann nicht mehr gibt.
Ich bereinige die Tracks von Fehlmessungen; komoot kommt z.B. beim Höhenprofil i.d.R. zu stark überhöhten Werten.
Die Touren sind in MyTourbook und Basecamp archiviert incl. Foto-Waypoints, so dass ich jederzeit "weiße Flecken" (bislang unbekannte Wege/Areale) auf der Karte zwecks Tourplanung finden kann. In NRW benutze ich komoot bislang nicht zur Planung, weil bei aller Einfachheit manche "Geheimwege" nicht dargestellt sind.
Schließlich zeige ich die Tracks auch gern auf den digitalisierten historischen TOPO-Karten (TK25History): so sähe die Tour im Jahre xxx aus, das macht die Sache erst recht im Sinn einer Zeitreise spannend.
Mitglied der Genossenschaft der Liebhaber des Ungeschminkten Wallonien (GLOW)
und fotocommunity: fotocommunity.de/user_photos/2488
Kontakt unter didoschropa[ätt-Kringel]gmail.com
Sobald eine größere Nähe von Komoot zu Google oder Facebook und Konsorten sichtbar wird, oder gar ein Verkauf an einen der Giganten im Raume stünde, bin ich hier wieder weg. Lieber bezahlen als verkauft werden!
Die Touren, bei denen der Spass am Fietsen im Vordergrund steht, heißen "Rennrad" ; die Enteckungs- und Erkundungstouren sind "Fahrrad". Reisen firmieren als "Mountainbike", fiktionale und Zeitreisen als "Laufen". Einfach, um etwas Struktur in die "gemachten" Touren zu bekommen.
Das Datum ist bei jeder Tour im Format TT.MM.JJJJ angegeben, so ergibt z.B. die Suche nach ".10.2017" Touren im Oktober 2017.
Außerdem sind in Klammer die Kurznahmen der Regionen angegeben:
A Österreich
Alpen Alpen
B Belgien
BL Bergisches Land
BW Baden-Württemberg
BY Bayern
CH Schweiz
CZ Tschechien
DG Deutschsprachige Gemeinschaft Belgien
D-Nord Hamburg-Schleswig-Holstein
D-Ost Ostdeutschland
DU Duisburg
Eifel Eifel/Ardennen
FL Flandern
F Frankreich
Hs Hessen
I Italien
MS Münsterland
NI Niedersachsen/Bremen
NL Niederlande
OS Osnabrück (-Land)
OWL Ostwestfalen-Lippe
Pl Polen
RG Ruhrgebiet
Rhön Rhön-Grabfeld
RhL Rheinland
RO Rumänien
RP Rheinland-Pfalz
RS Radschnellweg
SL Sauerland
SpOd Spessart-Odenwald
WL Wallonien
VG Themenschwerpunkt Verkehrsgeschichte
VT Virtuelle/kompilierte Tour, aus meheren Teiletappen zusammengefügt
I.M. Jef Sprooten, Axel Brünig, Etienne Mayer.

Distance travelled

77,310 mi

Time in motion

13149:32 h

Recent Activity
  1. DiDo Schropa went cycling.

    about 20 hours ago

    02:23
    30.8 mi
    12.9 mph
    800 ft
    1,175 ft
    HawG 🅾️🅰️, Rolf and 34 others like this.
    1. DiDo Schropa

      Solingen - corkscrew, northern railway and coal route w. cloudy, m. SW wind, 13 °, 22 photos
      Short recovery tour (from hiking to cranking). Because of the beautiful autumn colors, bissken overland and car-free. Same route as almost a year ago: komoot.de/tour/102664799?ref=wtd
      New diversion at the corkscrew route at the height of the "container tunnel". Should the provision tower be defused?
      Should actually continue via the Springorum and Lorraine route to Herne or CAS as a "route quintet"), but it was a bit late.
      Arrival with S1 and S7 via SG Hbf, back with S3 and S1 via MH-Styrum (from there to DU Hbf since Monday shuttle on the "wrong track").
      Take care of yourself and your loved ones and go on solo tours for at least the next few weeks!

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      • about 16 hours ago

  2. Monika Middeke, Sabine B and 58 others like this.
    1. DiDo Schropa

      3rd and last day of the taster tour of the Upper Harz mining landscape; w. cloudy, m. SW wind, 11 °, 168 photos
      Today's tour includes 14 dams, artificial moats and other hydraulic structures in the Clausthal-Zellerfeld districts of Buntenbock and Zellerfeld.
      The tours of this trip in the previous days will soon be in this cinema.
      A short version of the mining and water management system can be found at ohwr.de/unesco-weltkulturerbe/geschichte-funktion/wasserwirtschaft.html
      There is nothing to add to the rating there as a "masterpiece". Then the return journey by bus and train is deeply impressed.
      The first part of the tour was done together with another person who also shared the recording on komoot.
      If you correctly link this tour recording here, you will receive 10 extra hard work cards from the komoot expert and pioneer support team!

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      • 4 days ago

  3. Werner, Thomas and 38 others like this.
    1. DiDo Schropa

      Torfhaus - Oderteich - Rehberger Graben, heavily moved m. SW wind, 11 °, 122 photos
      With the bus via Braunlage we can be pulled up to Torfhaus. The spruce skeleton over many square kilometers form a bizarre backdrop on the first section of the route through the Flörichshainer Moor; the national park administration allegedly accepts this in favor of a "new" forest with natural regeneration - but that is probably controversial.
      After 120 mm of rain in 3 weeks, the path through the moor turns out to be a brook in a baseless environment and thus challenging in terms of shoes and walking. It gets a little better when the Bach Rotenbeek, the Obere Oder and the mighty Oderteich, built in 1720, are reached; the riverside path partly on planks, now in sections on the "2nd floor". There was a huge tourist surge on the dam.
      Then 7 km on forest road always along the Rehberger Graben (carved in granite, partly covered for frost protection) with a barely noticeable gradient in the steep slope on the right. Bank of the Oder. Every few meters informative signs, for example to the "Dreckloch", granite wool sack weathering, etc. Stop in the historic "Rehberger Grabenhaus".
      At the end, a short counter-climb with mountain meadows; then we can no longer find the ditch. Through the steep spa park and along the Samson mine back to the quarter. Once again a total work of art in hydraulic engineering!
      [2. Upload from handheld navigation device; the smartphone recording incomplete]. In the two villages of Braunlage and St. Andreasberg (the latter currently without serious gastronomy) one can see that the Harz tourism has suffered a lot since the discontinuation of the "West Berlin local recreation area" and the climate-related failure of winter sports.
      The other perspective of this hike at komoot.de/tour/275895380?ref=wtd

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      • 3 days ago

  4. DiDo Schropa went for a hike.

    6 days ago

    Erwin kohls, Werner and 23 others like this.
    1. DiDo Schropa

      Western Buntenbocker ponds, foggy-cloudy, onset of rain, black. Westiwnd, 11 °, 76 photos
      Excursion to Clausthal-Zellerfeld: the focus is on the moat and dam system in the south-west of the city. Very entertaining and informative; you walk almost completely through an "art" landscape of mining and hydraulic engineering.
      The elaborate system served to "hold up the water" in order to destroy as little water energy as possible, which was required for the sump, the driving skills, the stamp mills and smelters.
      Tour is shortened a bit in the beginning rain.
      The other view of the same tour at komoot.de/tour/275606279?ref=wtd

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      • 3 days ago

  5. DiDo Schropa went for a hike.

    7 days ago

    Erwin kohls, Werner and 17 others like this.
    1. DiDo Schropa

      City hike Brandenburg, 45 photos, cheerful, black. SW wind, 14 °
      Today is "Transfer Day" from Brandenburg a.d.Havel to the Harz Mountains. We don't want to miss the midday organ concert in Sankt Katharinen. We extend the way there by taking a city walk through the BUGA Park, on the Havel with romantic dachas / piers and the cathedral island.
      The short concert proves to be a challenge for the sense of hearing and the feeling of space: FOUR organs will be played!
      The other perspective of the same tour at komoot.de/tour/275223972?ref=wtd
      Then the car released after three days of standing in the parking garage and transfer to Sankt Andreasberg, where the only serious eatery is currently closed.

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      • 3 days ago

  6. DiDo Schropa went for a hike.

    October 21, 2020

    Werner, Sabine B and 10 others like this.
    1. DiDo Schropa

      black West wind, 13 °, 174 photos
      Today the Havel lakes in the southwest of Brandeburg a.d.H. on. One loves the industrial culture, the other the lakes (komoot.de/tour/274900936?ref=wtd): both get their money's worth!
      The highlights "from Dido her point of view":
      - Reichsbahn settlement from the 1920s in Kirchmöser on the isthmus between Heiligem See and Möserschem See
      - the large railway works in Kirchmöser, today used in accordance with the industry with posters for personnel recruitment
      - refurbished prefabricated housing estate Kirchmöser
      - the romantic east bank of the Wendsee with a small harbor, dachas and (officer's) villas
      - the ensemble on the southern ramp of the Seegartenbrücke with the ex-officers' casino, later an event room for company events, the Seegarten and the bridge
      - the rancid Schlosspark Plaue with Fontane statue, the rundown castle, ivy plague, etc.
      - View of the railway inlet, the scrap loading of the electric steelworks at Quenzsee
      - spreads wild boar plague.
      For the "nice" sides of the tour see the presentation ;-)

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      • 3 days ago

  7. DiDo Schropa went for a hike.

    October 20, 2020

    03:21
    9.62 mi
    2.9 mph
    250 ft
    225 ft
    Sabine B, Werner and 7 others like this.
    1. DiDo Schropa

      w. cloudy, m. West wind, 14 °, 86 photos
      Rural hiking on the Beetz Lake and Upper Beetz Lake. Today reference is made to the tour description at komoot.de/tour/274559947?ref=wtd.

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      • 3 days ago

  8. DiDo Schropa went for a hike.

    October 19, 2020

    Sabine B, Werner and 6 others like this.
    1. DiDo Schropa

      Urban journey start, 25 photos, cheerful, black. SW wind, 14 °
      After a successful journey by bus / train on foot through parks on the city canal to the perfect meeting in front of the district at the Brandenburg Old Town market. Then auto-castling and professional city tour, including on the main street between the formerly own cities "Altstadt" and "Neustadt". The trunk line of the tram network runs through this street; e.g. For twin strollers, the space between the tram and the house wall is a little tight in places. But don't worry: the tram speed justifies the saying: "Are you in a hurry or let's take the tram". More at komoot.de/tour/274265776?ref=wtd

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      • 3 days ago

  9. DiDo Schropa went for a bike ride.

    October 17, 2020

    03:21
    38.4 mi
    11.5 mph
    975 ft
    1,075 ft
    B. S., Basia and 91 others like this.
    1. DiDo Schropa

      Pedelec Recklinghausen -Bahntrassen / Grün - Duisburg, 145 photos, very cloudy, black. North wind, 10 °
      Today the "chocolate side" in the Revier cycle network intensified. Reasons:
      - It was time after a few strenuous tours of the history of industry and traffic with the lousy everyday bicycle traffic
      - enjoy some autumn colors
      - Some komoot comments seem to suggest that Dido is a bit morbid
      - flat
      - low-car
      Well! Arrival with S1 and RE42 (yes, via Essen and Mülheim on the "Eastbound" tracks that are free again).
      Framework plan with the "Allee des Wandels", "Hugo-Trasse", the railway line fragments in Essen-Altenessen, the RS1 and as much green as possible.
      Remarkable today:
      - after Bettelampel on the "Allee des Wandels" diversion under and at the urban landmark of the A43 in Recklinghausen-Hochlar
      - to the west of it the older parallel path to the "Allee des Wandels"
      - View of the half-timbered village center of Westerholt
      - Well renovated "old town" by GE-Buer with park, tram terminus and blue colored suggestive bike stripes
      - Natural reconstruction of the Lanferbach in the north of Gelsenkirchen
      - Construction site on the Hugo cycle path allows plan B: through the residual areas north of the Ruhr-Öl and the ex-horse racing track (today golf course as usual) in Gelsenkirchen-Horst
      - Mobile wheel washing facility of the city of Gelsenkirchen, today in the Nordsternpark: compact, fits into a 3.5 ton truck, washing process 3 minutes, 50 to 90 wheels can be cleaned with 90 liters of water, only a nromale extra car battery required; Chapeau! Unfortunately the acceptance of "Dido her bike" is refused because of the lowrider carrier on the front wheel
      - new, somewhat coarse gravel path at the Schurenbach-Halde approx. 10 m above the gorge between the Halde, Bach and A42
      - shorter at A.B. unregistered rail route in the north of Altenessen; formerly Zechenbahn Neuessen
      - Reconstruction of the Köttelbecke Berne in the north of Essen continues: two more shafts for the canal tunneling with quite good bike diversion
      - View of the Duisburg-Essen railway line from the RS1: it is very quiet with mechanically locked signals; instead of around 40 trains / hour currently only around 10; a lonely freight train heading west: aha, heavy steel plates, obviously for the pipe works in Mülheim, which can just be reached from this direction
      Then quickly back via RS1 and Nachtigallental. There are still photos of motifs in which the kitschy and non-configurable / adaptable camera motif automatic does not bother ;-) Finally: after weeks of drought, the Dickelsbach has water again; the new level in Duisburg-Großenbaum has probably sounded the alarm ;-)
      Note: the numbers of the railway line routes in the photo descriptions are based on the "Railway Line Pope": achim-bartoschek.de/bahn_nw.htm#nw3

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      • October 17, 2020

  10. DiDo Schropa went for a bike ride.

    October 16, 2020

    Andreas, B. S. and 102 others like this.
    1. DiDo Schropa

      Pedelec Wanne-Eickel - Cologne-Mindener railway line (KME) - Essen-Altenessen - Duisburg, 145 photos, very cloudy to overcast, black. NE wind, 10 °Continuation of the exploratory trips to the "Beauty of the Great Paths / Roads"; After arriving with S1 and RE42, today the active Cologne-Minden railway line (route number 2650) between the Wanne-Eickel and Essen-Altenessen stations. Lively rail operation, especially in the west, due to the closure of the Bergisch-Märkische line, which is parallel to the south a few km away. Nevertheless, mixed operation with freight trains and long-distance passenger transport continues.
      Planning: paths / roads as close as possible to the route; sometimes there are accompanying paths, sometimes you have to drive a bit or go back. That means a lot of everyday traffic on roads with a damned .. Bike infrastructure - if you want to cycle comfortably and safely: don't imitate!
      Optical condition of the railway line, as far as visible, so-so; few bridges renewed, many showing their age. Some of the noise barriers on old bridges are apparently self-supporting.
      The areas to the left and right of the route: "lively and rich in contrast" with some green in between; the latter partly industrial wasteland, e.g. Alma colliery.
      In the south of Altenessen the ability to concentrate is exhausted; the continuation via Oberhausen to Duisburg is postponed and instead comfortably and reasonably speedily via Berne, RS1 and Nachtigallental, photo-free return.Local explorations by LURZ / on foot etc. at the
      - 20.03.2016 Alma-Brache: komoot.de/tour/70533543?ref=wtd
      - 04.12.2016 Alma-Brache etc .: komoot.de/tour/57941699?ref=wtd
      - 02.12.2016 Wanne-Eickel: komoot.de/tour/57943580?ref=wtd
      The "romantic / green" photos have a green bar at the bottom. The attempt was unsuccessful because it is cut off in the preview images. Consideration en route: Upload the tour in two versions: the "romantic" and the "rustic". But that would be a bit silly, don't you?

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      • October 16, 2020

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