Being outside 🚴‍♀️🚶‍♀️📷



About Being outside 🚴‍♀️🚶‍♀️📷

Kultur- und naturbegeisterte Genussradlerin 🚴‍♀️🚴‍♂️ und Gelegenheitsspaziergängerin 🚶‍♀️🥾mit Liebe zur Fotografie 📱📷

Distance travelled

1,450 mi

Time in motion

258:04 h

Recent Activity
  1. Being outside 🚴‍♀️🚶‍♀️📷 went mountain biking.

    2 days ago

    29.0 mi
    6.1 mph
    4,850 ft
    4,850 ft
    Heinrich Heine, Pinky and 17 others like this.
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      My husband has now "upgraded" - in addition to his bioMTB, he is now also the proud owner of an e⚡️MTB. With the tour from Reparl (Spitzstein / Kranzhornrunde v. Samerberg)
      we have inaugurated its nail polish new eMTB.
      A great round! Thank you, Reparl.
      When we're both on the road with electrical support, I don't have to ride ECO or Tour all the time, but can also choose eMTB or Turbo from time to time. 😜 It's really fun ... 😇
      Towards the end of our lap, we missed a junction and in this way captured an additional 300 meters in altitude. Regardless, this detour has extended our bathroom in the autumn colors.

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      • 2 days ago

  2. Heinrich Heine, MonacoTrail and 13 others like this.
    1. Being outside 🚴‍♀️🚶‍♀️📷

      From Bad Endorf to Simssee and back via Hirnsberg - with Nordic walking sticks. Apply what you have learned in the course right away. It actually looks really easy, this Nordic Walking. "Mallards" stop. 😆 Until one should then open the hand of the arm stretched backwards with every step. OK. 😳 But not that easy ... This is once again a learning unit on the subject of "It looked a lot easier while watching". 😬
      Our small group practices diligently and is meanwhile enjoying the beautiful scenic circuit south of Bad Endorf. But at least as much for the delicious dinner 😋 and the visit to the thermal baths afterwards. 😎
      The view from the observation tower on the northern bank of the Simssee and the pilgrimage church “Maria auf dem Berg” in Hirnsberg are well worth seeing. Its defensive-looking tower is visible from afar and was built in the Gothic style from the stones of an old castle.
      By the way: this round is also highly recommended without sticks. 😉
      And: after our last photo breaks, I accidentally stopped taking the picture. Simply continue to follow hiking trail 10. The actual path is longer than Komoot indicates here. My colleague's Garmin showed 1 km more.

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      • 6 days ago

  3. 🌳Tom🌲, “MountainGhost” and 7 others like this.
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      Health week in Bad Endorf - what a gift in these turbulent times, while the hotels in the neighboring district are currently being closed.
      On my tour during a short break, I feel a deep gratitude. 🙏
      It is a nice coincidence that the bronze statue “The Big Smile” stands in front of the thermal bath - this is the expression on my face on the short walk with wonderful views of the mountains and breathtaking autumn colors.
      That now - due to the corona - one or the other sports unit is held on the parking deck instead of in the cozy, warm training room: free! Creativity and serenity help to maintain a piece of normality. 😅

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      • 7 days ago

  4. “MountainGhost”, Renate and 23 others like this.
    1. Being outside 🚴‍♀️🚶‍♀️📷

      On the edge of the Alps, south of Rosenheim, sunshine was the order of the day - what a relief after the many rainy days. We didn't want to go too high - because of the snow. With that the direction of our tour was clear, we are following a classic bike. Komoot lists this tour among the 20 most popular bike tours in the Rosenheim district. No wonder. The bike paths along the Mangfall and south of the Mangfall are beautifully landscaped. Far away from the cars, always with a view of the river or the snow-covered Wendelstein summit. A dream. 🤩
      The churches along the way in Willing and Berbing are worth a little detour. In particular in Heilig Kreuz in Berbing you can find rococo architecture in its purest form. Convex and concave lines, inwardly curved outer walls and a light-flooded interior, in which the painter Wilhelm Leibl created his most famous painting “3 women in the church” over a period of 4 years.
      Oh yes, the tour is completely lazy. Without any descents or counter-climbs. In the summer all hell is probably going on here. Then the paths shared by cyclists and hikers are certainly quite narrow. At the moment, the tour with the autumn colors is highly recommended.

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      • October 19, 2020

  5. Being outside 🚴‍♀️🚶‍♀️📷 went for a hike.

    October 10, 2020

    2.84 mi
    2.7 mph
    0 ft
    25 ft
    BergpiXeline, “MountainGhost” and 5 others like this.
    1. Being outside 🚴‍♀️🚶‍♀️📷

      The desire for new outdoor clothes led me to the big city on this rainy Saturday. And while I'm in downtown Munich, I can combine the shopping spree with a Komoot recording. It would never have occurred to me recently to travel to the city of my birth for tourists. 🤣 komoot enriches my life because I take a closer look and see frequently visited places anew. Just wonderful...

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      • October 12, 2020

  6. Helle, Heinrich Heine and 23 others like this.
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      Our pleasure bike tour starts in Laufen at the large parking lot of the district court. After we have crossed the beautiful national bridge, we walk comfortably along the Salzach into the Salzburg-Upper Austrian border area. The climbs are never particularly long and the tour always offers beautiful views of the foothills of the Alps. Most of the time, the path leads on paved back roads through small towns and farms. Only in Ibmer Moor are the paths unpaved. We quickly leave a narrow path around the Heratingersee because I don't feel like a second mud experience (see previous tour).
      In addition to the beautiful view of the Alps, we were particularly pleased with a couple of curious discoveries: a unique clock face on the clock tower of the parish church in Sankt Pantaleon amazes us as does a shed with a bizarre false facade or the St. Michael savings association during our lunch break.
      The cultural highlights of the tour are the Michaelbeuern Benedictine Abbey and the "Silent Night" peace path with the pilgrimage church "Maria im Mösl" in Arnsdorf and the Silent Night Chapel in Oberndorf. Fascinating the success story of this classic Christmas carol!
      All in all, the tour is highly recommended. Only in Ibmer Moor did we have to look for some of the paths ...

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      • October 5, 2020

  7. Ulrike, 🌳Tom🌲 and 37 others like this.
    1. Being outside 🚴‍♀️🚶‍♀️📷

      This was the first tour I planned with the komoot mountain bike setting. It was exciting how different the nature of the path was compared to a conventional bike tour: narrow single trails instead of wide - often paved - paths and roads.The destination of our tour are Ulrichshögl, Johannishögl and Kloster & See Höglwörth - loud Högl. 😉
      Because of the heavy rainfall and the low temperatures of the last few days, there was snow above about 1000 meters - we start with gloves. The Rupertiwinkel with the constant view of the snow-covered mountain peaks is a dream.
      Thanksgiving in St Laurentius, the ball mill, the Ulrichshögl, the Johannishögl, the picturesque village of Anger and the Höglwörther lake with monastery are a series of wonderful highlights. Unfortunately, this bike dream ends suddenly when I underestimate the depth of a puddle and sink into the mud on my bike. For a moment I even fear losing my shoes in this tough brown mud - then the return trip would have been even more uncomfortable. After this mishap, our tour is bitterly cold 🥶 for me and we make our way back to the car as quickly as possible - if only it weren't for the many puddles on the MTB routes. We prefer to push over long distances.
      Otherwise a super nice lap that we will definitely repeat in drier conditions. 😇

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      • September 28, 2020

  8. Ulrike, 🌳Tom🌲 and 18 others like this.
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      This is the second bike tour of our short Burgenland trip. I probably uploaded the first recording too late. 😬 That's why komoot no longer informed my followers about our tour around Lake Neusiedl. A little tip: It's also worth taking a look at the first tour. 😉Today's tour is significantly more varied in terms of cycling technology, landscape and culture than the tour around Lake Neusiedl.We cycle through the hill country first to the Austro-Hungarian border region. In this area between soprano and Mörbisch, the pan-European breakfast and the extensive escape movements of GDR citizens to Austria took place in 1989. This was the beginning of the end of the Bipolar World Order. A spacious, well-made memorial today commemorates these historical moments. Very exciting! As always, there is not enough time on bike tours to appreciate everything in detail.We continue from the hills down to Lake Neusiedl. The previous day's tour wasn't such a beautiful sight. From above there is a wonderful panorama of the lake and the surrounding vineyards.We drive via Mörbisch, where we can watch the lively grape harvest activities, along the sea route to Rust. Here we experience an impressive natural spectacle. A flock of starlings rushes down on unprotected grapes and robs the field within seconds. Then we understand why we heard the cannon blows to ward off starlings so often the day before.In Rust we are overjoyed that not all of the storks have left. What magnificent animals!
      Then we briefly explore the UNESCO World Heritage city on foot. All very picturesque ...
      After circumnavigating the Familiypark in Rust, we reach the quarry in St. Margarethen, which is preparing for the opera festival in 2021. Turandot is on the program.
      As the last highlight, Eisenstadt is still waiting for us: a beautifully landscaped park and the venerable Esterhazy Castle. We are delighted to see that there are still some tickets left for the Haydn Festival on the following day. I also uploaded the pictures from the interior of the palace and the Haydn Hall.
      The end of our tour of Austria has been reached. We are enthusiastic about the variety of our wonderful neighboring country and are happy that we got the best out of this year's holiday situation. Hello! 🇦🇹 Schee wor‘s! 😎👏🤩

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      • September 21, 2020

  9. Günther, Ulrike and 12 others like this.
    1. Being outside 🚴‍♀️🚶‍♀️📷

      Our round tour of Austria continues. After the Salzkammergut and Großglockner, we were magically drawn to Burgenland. From the highest national park in Austria, the "Hohen Tauern" to the deepest national park, the "Neusiedlersee - Seewinkel". A wonderful contrast program.We start with the classic bike tour, circumnavigating the Neusiedlersee.
      Due to Corona (?) We have to vary the planned circumnavigation of the lake, due to possible quarantine regulations we do not dare to go to Hungary. Instead we drive to the border crossings, even cross them briefly, but then turn around again. This year everything is different. Positive side effect: we are allowed to take a boat across the lake, also very nice! You can feel particularly well here that the area around Lake Neusiedl is the windiest region in Europe. In addition, the variation of the tour brings us a dangling along the long long Lacke, part of the national park.
      In summary, one can say that the entire route is extremely frequented by cyclists, cars are always far away, a perfectly developed cycle path. But if it weren't for harvest time, the bike path could almost be described as a bit boring. Reeds, grapevines and wide landscapes for whose beauty you are too fast as a cyclist determine the day. Sometimes we stop and take the time to identify plants or animals. But the sheer length of the route does not allow for too much more intensive observation of details.
      The touristy Podersdorf stands out on the eastern shore of the lake. In the west, Rust is worth a closer look. But we will only visit Rust, which is under UNESCO protection, on the following bike tour.

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      • September 21, 2020

  10. COUCHFLUCHT, 🌳Tom🌲 and 14 others like this.
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      The day before, during our Alpe Adria Trail stage, we didn't have time to walk back to the Pasterze. We made up for that with this mountain tour.
      A dream tour - if it weren't for the death of glaciers. What a shame! 😱🤯😭 The Pasterze - Austria's longest glacier - has already retreated two (!) Kilometers since its peak and lost around half of its volume. The remains are less and less reminiscent of a classic glacier. The ice is getting dirtier and dirtier - rubble and gravel cover the white splendor. So sad. 😢
      The path from the edge of the glacier up to the Gansgrubenweg is a via ferrata with sparse markings. It should only be committed by those who have a head for heights. We thought it was really great! 🥾
      The subsequent Gansgrubenweg is a series of six tunnels. Bitter cold. 🥶 With the marmots at Franz Joseph Höhe, your heart gets warm again. 😍

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      • September 18, 2020

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