Seit ein paar Jahren hat das Wanderfieber mich und meine Frau gepackt. Wir machen meist am Wochenende unsere Touren um die 10 km. Dabei versuchen wir immer wieder neue Wege zu finden. Beheimatet bei Bremervörde haben wir so schon viele schöne Ecken im Landkreis ROW, umzu und auch im Urlaub entdeckt.
Außerdem laufe ich regelmäßig im Monat meine 50 bis 60 km, meistens vor der Haustür. Daher kommen nur sporadisch bei Komoot neue Laufstrecken hinzu.
I had planned a round trip from the campsite through Visoh to the Falje for a long time. So let's go today. From the campsite it goes on back roads to Visoh. You couldn't plan to cross the grove. Still found the route that does not exist on the map. Continue past meadows. I couldn't spare ourselves the kilometer along the road. Cross the B71 and you will see a lot of horses. After the train it goes over to Falje, a small, beautiful and unknown forest.
October 17, 2021
The tour from Dersau was planned half through the forest and half along the water of the Plöner See. Most of the time, however, the water could only be guessed at at a distance of 20 meters, as the lake side is also densely forested. But didn't do anything. Still was a great tour! In a few places you also have the opportunity to make a short detour directly to the lake. The cut of the bushes to the right and left of the path is striking. The vegetation is shaped in such a way that a long tunnel is created.
We almost missed the most beautiful view shortly before the finish. We went back to the "Wilde Willow Störland" to take a look around. A narrow path leads a few meters to the "Hochweide". We weren't able to spot the announced robust cattle, but we were able to enjoy the fantastic view over the trees to the lake!
October 14, 2021
The start and finish was the Northeast Sea Canal, which merges into the fjord in Kiel Holtenau. Unfortunately there weren't any big pots for us to see, but the high bridge alone is worth seeing. The maritime flair of the tour accompanies us through the former barracks of the naval aviation. Old buildings, open spaces, but above all the unobstructed view of the fjord (here with the thick pot of the Color Line ferries) are impressive. Then we follow a railway line from Prieser Strand towards Altenholz-Stift. There a hiking trail on the outskirts leads gently up and down through the forest. The "descent" to the NOK was a bit adventurous, but the canal shone in the lower sun.
October 10, 2021
The tour started at Gut Rastorf. Somewhat out of the way and no longer as good as a good. The more than 250-year-old ensemble has seen better days and is now partially threatened with collapse. The courtyard area is "open to everyone" and can be accessed. From the estate we turn to the tour through the Schwentinental. This led partly over the signposted "Schusteracht" hiking trail. The Schwentine is one of the longest rivers in SH. The source at the Bungsberg and the confluence with the Kiel Fjord. The hiking trails lead partly directly along the Schwentine, partly through forest and meadows. Shortly before Preetz we needed what felt like 5 minutes to cross the 2 lanes of the B76. There is no need to comment on the 10-story building sin on the outskirts of Preetz. The path continues along the beautiful Postsee before we treat ourselves to a piece of cake in the pedestrian zone. The way back to the estate runs again along the Schwentine and past a "mansion".
October 9, 2021
Kiel, it doesn't get any greener than this. That is not meant politically. But touring 8 km through the city and using almost no roads is astonishing. Starting with Veloroute 10, a former railway line that was converted into a bicycle road, to the fascinating botanical garden, which surprises with a mini alpine landscape in the north. But the further paths along a rain retention basin, the narrow path from the student residence to the Kiel tennis and hockey club or the riding stables are interesting and worthwhile. Great weather in October for a great tour!
October 7, 2021
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A wonderful short tour leads along the Ahausener Bach. From the mill, the stream meanders through the forest behind the mill. A small path (attention: no dogs allowed) runs along the bank. The shallow water flows quietly, interrupted by a few stagnation areas where you can still hear a splash. A really great way.
Back at the mill, I followed a path by the mill pond. That works well for several hundred meters. Then the path disappears and I made my way through the open wood for about 200 meters. It was still great.
October 6, 2021
Next "all around ..." running route. It starts at the TSV Bevern sports area. Briefly through the place until it goes into the Beverner forest. There is wonderful peace here. Plönjeshausen, with its home building and the grounds of the mill, also offers beautiful sections of the route to the eye.
September 8, 2021