Hans-Peter & Heidrun

About Hans-Peter & Heidrun

Wir sind seit vielen Jahren sehr gerne per Pedes oder mit dem Rad in der Natur unterwegs. Seit Sommer 2020 sind mit dem E-Bike nun etwas längere Touren möglich.
Schade, dass wir Komoot erst so spät entdeckt haben.
Für Interessierte, unser kleiner Jahresrückblick 2020 youtu.be/7LmH3FaIvKk

Distance travelled

3,346 mi

Time in motion

325:06 h

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  1. Hans-Peter & Heidrun went for a bike ride.

    a day ago

    52.2 mi
    11.4 mph
    1,025 ft
    975 ft
    Daniela, Kathrin Starke and 18 others like this.
    1. Hans-Peter & Heidrun

      Our destination today is the glass church in Glinzig.
      When planning the route, we also included the nearby Koselmühle as a highlight and supply point.
      It starts via Sedlitz, Dörrwalde, Kunersdorf, Lubochowmühle, past the “Wilde Möhre”, Casel, Koschendorf to Glinzig.
      Shortly after the wild carrot, it made a violent bang out of nowhere. No hunter, no firecracker from the party guests from the carrot, but the hose from my tour guide's front wheel just burst. Now comes my performance. After half an hour it could go on. Learned is learned. Thank you Erich.
      The small glass church in Glitzing is special in terms of construction and use. The glass architectural style was originally designed for the 1995 Federal Garden Show in Cottbus. It is used by believers of both denominations. A few more snapshots, then it's off to the table.
      The Koselmühle - one of the most popular excursion destinations in the region around Cottbus, they say.
      Today we want to find out for ourselves whether that is true. The history of the mill is exciting. It goes back to the year 1655. As early as 1931, the mill started a small catering business with the sale of plinsen and cakes. During that time, the players have certainly changed many times, but products made according to ancient recipes often promise great enjoyment.
      The chronic lack of staff obviously did not spare the mill either. Self-service can also have advantages. Price / performance ratio fits, it is nice to sit and we are sufficiently full of the delicious roulade. We moved coffee for dessert to Wüstenhain. It's only a few kilometers. We then drive past the Gräbendorfer See through the Altdöbern Castle Park to Großräschen. Have another cup of coffee and cake at Bubner's baker and continue over the Reppister Höhe to Senftenberg.
      Except for the small glitch, it was a nice tour. Good bike paths almost all the time, lots of new discoveries. A nice vacation day.

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      • a day ago

  2. Hans-Peter & Heidrun went for a bike ride.

    4 days ago

    49.3 mi
    11.6 mph
    875 ft
    700 ft
    Kathrin Starke, radlerjuergen and 29 others like this.
    1. Hans-Peter & Heidrun

      Out and about in the Niederlausitzer Landücken Nature Park.
      The park is one of 11 nature parks in Brandenburg. It is located west of the Spreewald in Niederlausitz. The most famous place is Fürstlich Drehna.
      The journey with the regional train RB 24 to Lübbenau is punctual and without any special incidents. Now, with careful planning, you always think that not much can go wrong. If only it were like that. My Nyon is taking a day off today without consulting my employer. Route display - nonexistent. Who needs a navigation system used to go without it. So, let's go back to the tried and tested, cycle by numbers. Technically correct, "junction-related signposting" for cyclists. It sounds terrible, but it works just fine.
      A few junctions later, a new problem emerges. It's Monday, nothing with 10 a.m. coffee, not even at 11 a.m. Bakers and restaurateurs take a break in the nature park on Mondays. Even Fürstlich Drehna with its many sights keeps the doors closed. We still enjoy the beautiful ambience. After a short detour through the castle park, we then move on via Crinitz to Sonnewalde. Already after noon, finally redemption at the Bubner at the market in Sonnewalde. Lunch break, the full program, coffee, coffee, baguette and cake for dessert.
      The next destination is Finsterwalde. As we drive through Münchhausen, I'm just thinking about whether I would want to live in a place that bears the name Münchhausen. Before I can find a final answer, I hear the words of my tour guide, drive slowly and look around carefully. This is where all of your ancestors come from.
      It soon knocked me off my bike. Usually I am responsible for such sayings. Still laughing, we park at the ice cream parlor in Finsterwalde on the market. Ice break.
      Finsterwalde is the southern border of the nature park. From now on we are back in our home area. We can therefore finally do without counting nodes. It goes home on well-known paths via Sallgast, Annahütte, Klettwitz and Schipkau in the direction of Senftenberg. Today's tour was quite a contrast to the last two through the Spreewald. That doesn't make it any less interesting. We discovered a lot of new things and had a lot of fun.

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      • 4 days ago

  3. Hans-Peter & Heidrun went for a bike ride.

    7 days ago

    53.1 mi
    11.6 mph
    800 ft
    575 ft
    Kristiane Marx, "Sachsenmädel" and 34 others like this.
    1. Hans-Peter & Heidrun

      A sharp start is today at 8.14 a.m. from Senftenberg train station to Lübben train station. It is a stone's throw to the port in Lübben. It should be a cozy “vacation day”. With coffee and salmon rolls we get in the mood for a nice day in the Spreewald. Then off we go in the direction of Alt Zauche, past the ferry port in the direction of the castle. We arrive in the castle on winding paths and across fields and meadows. As always, the castle is pretty full. The feeling is reinforced by the construction site at the harbor. We slip into the role of a passing day tourist and disappear on a short way in the direction of Vetschau. A huge schnitzel is already waiting for us in the farm shop at Farmer Ricken's. The extensive lunch break in the very nice ambience is good for you. Roll in slowly to the next stop. The Eiscafe Ksisowka in Wüstenhain is worth a visit because of the often special offers.
      When my better half calls two scoops of goat milk ice cream through the gap, I immediately have some strange thoughts buzzing through the control center. But, my worries were completely unjustified, so far I have not seen any changes in this regard. The ice cream was as usual, very tasty.
      Past the Gräbendorfer See, it now goes to Altdöbern. Even at the risk of it becoming a pleasure tour, we treat ourselves to a cup of coffee in the Cafè Schauwerk on the market.
      The last section goes again over the Reppister Höhe with a subsequent shot drive to Italy in the Bahnhofstrasse in Senftenberg to our obligatory conclusion.

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      • 7 days ago

  4. Hans-Peter & Heidrun went for a bike ride.

    July 19, 2021

    40.4 mi
    11.1 mph
    575 ft
    575 ft
    "Sachsenmädel", Bergdoktor and 36 others like this.
    1. Hans-Peter & Heidrun

      Today it's a leisurely and completely unspectacular tour through the district. Via Schipkau, Schwarzheide and Lauchhammer we land at the reception of the campsite on Grünewalder Lauch. After the big party “Beach & Bike 2021” on the weekend, the team was still very busy cleaning up. To avoid the hustle and bustle, there is another round for the leek. There is always a lot new to marvel at in the bungalow settlements.
      After an extensive lunch break including delicious food, we head back home through Lauchhammer.

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      • July 19, 2021

  5. Hans-Peter & Heidrun went for a bike ride.

    July 13, 2021

    46.3 mi
    10.8 mph
    825 ft
    575 ft
    "Sachsenmädel", Kathrin Starke and 48 others like this.
    1. Hans-Peter & Heidrun

      The Spreewald,
      historical cultural landscape in the southeast of Brandenburg, floodplain and moorland, biosphere reserve or popular travel destination. No matter how you call the Spreewald or how you feel about yourself, it is and will hopefully remain a special and unique idyll that is worth visiting at any time of the year. It does not matter whether you are on foot, by boat or how we are by bike. Our journey begins today at around 8 a.m. at the train station in Senftenberg. The RB 24 delivers us punctually and without any special incidents after exactly 39 minutes in Lübbenau. First it goes to the main port. The early bird ... .. has the harbor almost to himself.
      Along the Leiper Weggraben it goes to Leipe, past Burg Kolonie to the Radusch natural harbor. Two bridges are laboriously crossed. The 10 o'clock coffee is slowly coming up. We can choose between the Göritz farmer's kitchen and farmer Ricken’s farm shop. The farmer's kitchen is our favorite. Fresh sheet cake every day that calls out from afar: “I'm the tastiest in the whole country”. The only thing we can do there is to eat a piece of the still warm cake and agree with it. However, we will not miss the very beautiful location of the farmer Ricken. After a short photo stop, we continue to the Holy Spring in Lobendorf. It's a little strange. A spring is inevitably associated with water. Only there is none in it. I once set myself up as a precaution, but that didn't have any effect either. My halo hasn't gotten any bigger. So be it, on a few small detours (navigation breakdown) we continue via Repten, Bolschwitz with the dilapidated Gut Erlenau, Gahlen, Ogrosen, Muckwar, Neu Döbern to Altdöbern. A stop at the drinking point due to the heat is required here.
      The next stop is then at Reppister Höhe. The visibility is very good today. Now it goes. The shot drive to Sanremo. Well, not exactly, but the goal also has a bit to do with Italy. After the delicious sundae, we classify today's tour as particularly beautiful.
      We cycle home full and satisfied.

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      • July 13, 2021

  6. Hans-Peter & Heidrun went for a bike ride.

    July 10, 2021

    29.6 mi
    12.3 mph
    325 ft
    300 ft
    Kathrin Starke, Lausitzsonne and 34 others like this.
    1. Hans-Peter & Heidrun

      Today the little bastard lost again. The fitness session was good for us. There's always something to look at.

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      • July 10, 2021

  7. Hans-Peter & Heidrun went for a bike ride.

    July 4, 2021

    44.9 mi
    10.6 mph
    725 ft
    700 ft
    Cori, Mario and 43 others like this.
    1. Hans-Peter & Heidrun

      The Dubringer Moor, one of the largest moorlands in Saxony, is our destination today. As a rule, there is a lot to discover for the curious in such special habitats. The adjacent pond landscapes also promise interesting impressions of the fauna and flora. Past Senftenberger See, via Lauta and Schwarzkollm, it goes straight to the Krabat mill. Our hope for our 10 o'clock coffee is not fulfilled. The mill doesn't open until 11.30 a.m. on Sunday. So on through Koselbruch, Michalken, past the ponds to “Dr. Zelder‘s fish restaurant ”. An institution for fish lovers. Unfortunately, they too have no sympathy with thirsty cyclists. The announcement is fully booked down to the last chair. Although not a single guest has been in the restaurant, our addiction to coffee is listlessly ignored. Then it's not possible. We have our pride there too.
      The idea of satisfying our cravings on a trip to Wittichenau also goes in the pants. On Sunday mornings you are not at work at the bakery or in the cafe, but in church. All catering establishments in question are closed. So back again.
      It continues between and around the ponds. When we are through and look at our bikes, we can get a real picture of the meaning of the word moorland. Then the longed-for lunch break in the country inn “Dubringer Moor” in Dubring. A small and fine inn with good home-style cooking. Highly recommended.
      The return journey, as always, in complete tranquility. A stop at the Krabat Mill is almost a must. Through Laubusch, past Geierswalder See, it goes to Senftenberg to our favorite ice cream parlor.
      There are really special impressions that you take home with you from a tour through such an unusual landscape.
      Even the sometimes bad roads, caused by the forestry with its difficult technology, cannot spoil our day.
      Overall a nice tour.

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      • July 4, 2021

  8. Hans-Peter & Heidrun went for a hike.

    June 29, 2021

    1.95 mi
    2.4 mph
    50 ft
    50 ft
    Kathrin Starke, Olaf and 26 others like this.
    1. Hans-Peter & Heidrun

      Due to the bad weather forecast, the bikes stay in the shed today. But it doesn't matter, running is healthy too. A walk on the beach on the cliffs is the order of the day.
      Start is the parking lot at the Hotel "Ostseeland" in Geinitzort. The Stoltera cliff is a 3-kilometer section in the nature reserve. The approx. 20 meter high cliff coast to Cape Geinitzort is a nesting area for sand martins.
      A boulder (Geinitzstein) lying on the beach is reminiscent of the geologist and mineralogist Franz Eugen Geinitz. On the cliff coast, some stones disappear in the backpack as a souvenir.

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      • June 29, 2021

  9. Hans-Peter & Heidrun went for a bike ride.

    June 28, 2021

    50.7 mi
    10.3 mph
    450 ft
    450 ft
    Kathrin Starke, Cori and 35 others like this.
    1. Hans-Peter & Heidrun

      Today we start in the direction of Prerow. We use the direct route along the coastline to Ahrenshoop. The 10 o'clock coffee is available at the Lila Bäcker in Ahrenshoop. Our destination was actually the lighthouse in Darßer Ort. However, when we stand at the Big Star and see all the many people, we have rescheduled without further ado.
      It feels like all Baltic holidaymakers are on their way to the lighthouse today by bike, on foot or by carriage. We don't want to be there too. With the current rules, we see our chances of getting on the tower at zero. So we drive towards the north beach in the core zone of the nature reserve to the port of emergency. Compared to the lighthouse, it is almost lonely here.
      Our next stop for foraging is at the Prerow pier. Today without fish. But also very tasty. After a detour in the harbor, we slowly start our way back. The route through the fern forest is fantastically beautiful and easy to drive. Ice break in Dierhagen Strand and then it's soon done. The tour ends again at the pier in Graal Müritz. We found it particularly beautiful today on the Bakelberg. The poppy fields are just beautiful.

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      • June 28, 2021

  10. Hans-Peter & Heidrun went for a bike ride.

    June 26, 2021

    62.5 mi
    10.0 mph
    525 ft
    500 ft
    1. Hans-Peter & Heidrun

      The plan for today is as follows: Circumnavigating the Saaler and Bodstedter Bodden including the Koppelstrom.
      One thing first. The Nyon, the Bosch App and Komoot were a well-coordinated team today and the perfect companions. Ribnitz Dammgarten, Kückenshagen, Saal, Neuendorfer Heide, Fuhlendorf and Pruchten are the places up to the pontoon bridge that ultimately leads us over the Meiningenstrom to Zingst. The old Meningenbrücke (swing bridge) is out of order. The 10 o'clock coffee has to wait longer today. The port in Zingst that was planned for this is not the right place for it. Overcrowded and anything but cozy. This task is then taken over by a small, fine baker in the city center. Strengthened, it goes on to the Zingst pier. Here is a similar picture. The hustle and bustle shortens the stop. On the Baltic Sea Cycle Path we reach the pier in Prerow. We continue on beautiful forest paths through the national park to Born. A longer break in the port of Althagen. The usual suspects were there too. You know, fish, isotonic drinks, etc. We continue towards the home port. The adventure ends at the Graal Müritz pier. Conclusion: A strenuous tour, which has everything that Darß and Fischland has to offer. We were completely enthusiastic about it.

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      • June 26, 2021

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