Ich bin sehr gerne draußen unterwegs. Sei es zu Fuß oder mit dem Rad (Mountainbike). Gerne dürfen die Touren auch mal etwas länger und anspruchsvoller sein. Trotzdem steht bei mir nicht nur die sportliche Herausforderung im Vordergrund, sondern ich halte auch gerne mal inne und lass die Natur auf mich wirken oder ich kehre ein und genieße die Pause.Neben meinen Wanderungen und Mountainbike-Touren bin ich auch jedes Jahr mehrere Tage im Hochgebirge unterwegs.
Viele namhafte Gipfel, anspruchsvolle Hochtouren und schwierige Klettersteige habe ich bereits gemacht, so dass sich zwischenzeitlich mein Fokus mehr und mehr auf Mehrtages-Hüttentreckings verlagert.Wer Anregungen oder Fragen zu meinen Touren oder generellen Austausch möchte, ggf.. auch mal eine gemeinsame Unternehmung, ... und dies nicht in den Kommentaren öffentlich tun will, darf mich gerne anschreiben (email@example.com).
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After standing alone in the small parking lot behind the quarry shortly after 8:15 am, I decided to start the tour.
The tour was a challenge, peppered with highlights.
Right at the beginning - a fire salamander, followed by the Elbfrauengrab waterfall and the Karlsruhe ridge with easy climbing.
Then go down the Xaver-Winkler Steig less than 500 meters from it and climb an unnamed, extremely steep S3 path again.
Then large sections on the Westweg, the ski jump on the Ruhestein, the daring descent to the idyllic Wilder See, a cool cyclist at the Darmstädter Hütte at over 1,000 meters and after the Seibles Eck the ascent and the wooden plank path to the summit of the Hornisgrinde, before the last , went back to Ottenhöfen in a seemingly endless descent over Mummelsee and hollow rocks.
The tour guide really took up every challenge. If there was a variant that was more demanding than the Nornalweg or the direct route, then the route guidance went the variant.
A really great loop that is also worth exploring in stages.At this point, my very special thanks to the extraordinary Nicolet, who kindly made this great group available to me. Her handwriting with a maximum of ups and downs, narrow and stony paths was characteristic and unmistakable.
May 27, 2021
The rain radar announced the first rain showers for the afternoon.
So I decided to run the short but demanding Burgrunde around Obergrombach. I didn't see a castle on the lap, but the altitude difference was real. Back at the car, the first raindrops began to fall. Lucky.
May 14, 2021
The day was well past its zenith when I set water for Cin and myself. Cin couldn't believe her eyes when I shouldered my rucksack shortly after 2 p.m. and leashed her. An hour later we stood in the small parking lot of the Wilgartswiesen cemetery and started the tour that Angelika & 🐕 had recorded a few weeks ago. The two Rauberge, or rather the rocks there, inspired me, because some climbers diligently practiced their skills. At the small Rauberg I got into conversation with three climbers. You were just in a 6th. Oh, how my fingers itched. I would have loved to give it a try, albeit after 6 months of out of practice and then a 6 in the Palatinate. It's good that I didn't have the climbing gear with me. So we moved in the direction of the great Rauberg. Here small, sometimes quite narrow and exposed paths scored points. At the Krappenfels I came to the conclusion that it can be climbed without safety. So I tied Cin to a tree and made my way up in an easy climb. Just as I was about to lay my hands on the summit plateau, Cin began to bark wildly. Since I could not see her, I broke off and returned to her without any happiness on the summit. She was worried about me and was really happy when I was with her again. Then it went down the mountain and through the sleepy Spirkelbach. We then marched on a wide path across the prelate chamber, here the paths were even narrower, but not comparable to those on the Raubergen, back to the car.
May 8, 2021