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Veronika 2020
 

About Veronika 2020

Lasst uns die Welt entdecken! Zu Fuß oder mit dem Rad.
Derzeit sind wir hauptsächlich im Raum Mainz-Bingen, Donnersberg, am Rhein, in Groß-Gerau, im Odenwald, Alzey-Worms, in der Nord-Pfalz usw. unterwegs - also in erreichbarer Nähe mit nicht mehr als 1 Stunde Anreisezeit. Aber auch wir freuen uns auf die Zeit, wenn wir wieder längere Ausflüge machen dürfen.
Anregungen finde ich dank eurer Beschreibungen immer wieder in Hülle und Fülle - danke schön 😀. Meine Todo-Liste wird immer länger.
Seit Kurzem habe ich die Premiummitgliedschaft für mich entdeckt und bastele an meinen Collectionen herum - insbesondere an meinen geplanten Touren, die ich mit Hilfe von Komoot-Vorschlägen, euren Touren und Highlights nach meinen Wünschen zusammenstelle und für mich passend mache.

Distance travelled

2,926 mi

Time in motion

554:18 h

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  1. Veronika 2020 went for a bike ride.

    2 days ago

    03:02
    34.9 mi
    11.5 mph
    2,550 ft
    2,575 ft
    Claudia, Rita and 46 others like this.
    1. Veronika 2020

      Aiming or aimless? Or both? I had something to do in Stadecken and from there I continued in the direction of Ingelheim to the Bismarck Tower - I haven't been there by bike yet. There were no signposted bike paths at the tower and I continued to Westerhaus Castle and from there to Appenheim and via Laurenziberg to Ockenheim. When I saw the sign to Gau-Algesheim there, I had a plan and a goal again. The ice cream parlor in the market square. After the ice break, it went back via Nieder-Hilbersheim and Engelstadt. Except for the section from the Bismarck Tower to Appenheim, I was on paved bike paths and on the fruit route every now and then

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      • 2 days ago

  2. Jochen and Veronika 2020 went for a hike.

    6 days ago

    03:14
    8.20 mi
    2.5 mph
    1,350 ft
    1,325 ft
    Uwe 🏃‍♂️1098🏍, Elif and 27 others like this.
    1. Uwe 🏃‍♂️1098🏍

      Thanks for the great tour and organization @Jochen

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      • 6 days ago

  3. Veronika 2020 and Jochen went for a hike.

    6 days ago

    03:25
    8.34 mi
    2.4 mph
    1,400 ft
    1,350 ft
    Elif, Angie 👣 🚴 and 56 others like this.
    1. Veronika 2020

      It's been a long time since we hiked with a group. Today we took part in a hike of the VHS Jugenheim under the title: In the western Donnersberg area on the trail of the miners. It started at the parking lot at the sports field in Imsbach, from there to the Beutelfels, to the Hohenfels ruins and on to the Palatinate Forest Association hut "Kronbuche", which was closed.
      We took our break there anyway.
      We continued to Falkenstein Castle, which I already knew, but which is always beautiful, and then via the Kupferberghütte, where we had a drink and ate (a great view awaits you here) back to Imsbach.
      Pits, tunnels and heaps, wonderful panoramic views, great forest paths - everything was included and I can only recommend the tour and you can also follow it. It was really fun. Accordingly, there are fewer pictures if you are with several people 🤣📸

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      • 6 days ago

  4. Veronika 2020 went for a bike ride.

    July 23, 2021

    02:11
    26.3 mi
    12.0 mph
    1,550 ft
    1,550 ft
    1. Veronika 2020

      I had to go to the hardware store and so I combined the pleasant with the useful and took the bike. From Nieder-Olm we went to the ice cream parlor in Saulheim, on to Wörsstadt and back via Sulzheim and Engelstadt.
      In Nieder-Olm I looked at two of the newly designed power boxes that I had read about last week. Pupils from a NO school painted it together with two artists.

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      • July 23, 2021

  5. Veronika 2020 went for a bike ride.

    July 21, 2021

    02:07
    20.9 mi
    9.9 mph
    1,450 ft
    1,425 ft
    Tanja, Angelika &🐅 and 59 others like this.
    1. Veronika 2020

      My bike was inspected in Wiesbaden today and immediately after picking it up from there I did a little lap that I hadn't planned beforehand (which may have been a mistake). I'm in the direction of Dotzheim, where I was a bit annoyed on the Erich-Ollenhauer because the bike path was often parked, so I had to be quite careful in the evening rush hour. Over the Weilburger valley, the Wiesbaden city forest, I am in the direction of Georgenborn and Schlangenbad. It was nice in the forest, but I didn't find the paths so intoxicating with the e-bike. It went on to Martinsthal, Walluf and Eltville and then back to Wiesbaden. Lots of bumpy bike paths, lots of road sections and driving in Wiesbaden is not really fun. The next time I'll take a closer look beforehand.
      This tour is not necessarily suitable for descendants, even if there were nice sections

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      • July 21, 2021

  6. Veronika 2020 went for a hike.

    July 18, 2021

    Kh.B., Hermann and 64 others like this.
    1. Veronika 2020

      Today we were again very close to our Zellertal tour yesterday. In the morning I quickly put together a lap with Komoot, which we then ran almost like that. We started in Flörsheim-Dalsheim at the cemetery, there are parking spaces there. Then it was first towards Monsheim, where we met again on yesterday's Zellertalweg. There was a particularly beautiful and shady piece along the Pfrimm (and the natural history trail) before we only went through the vineyards in the heat. Lots of trullos that I particularly like, a lookout tower, the Hubackerturm and then the Fleckenmauer, which was closed, however. For me today, despite the heat, a very nice tour and a special pleasure was the wine bar in the middle of the vineyards of the Schmitt winery (Demeter operation), because our drinks were now quite warm.

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      • July 18, 2021

  7. Veronika 2020 went for a hike.

    July 17, 2021

    Jochen, Horst and 56 others like this.
    1. Veronika 2020

      Today we went back to the Zellertal. Last time we got to the waiting tower near Stetten and today we started at the Einselthum center car park. For the most part, I had put together the route for myself at Komoot, but of course we went differently today in many places and we always ended up on the signposted Zellertalweg. From Einselthum it went via Mölsheim, Wachenheim, Harxheim and Albisheim and then back again. Even if the route often led over asphalt, there were great sections in the vineyards, along the Pfrimm, the Niefernheimern holes, etc. Many churches, the Zellertal Memorial, the Schneggewingert were just some of the highlights. A relaxed lap with not too many vertical meters, but which you shouldn't follow in the end because we had to go through fairly tall grass (you could have stayed on the Zellertaler Weg).

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      • July 17, 2021

  8. Veronika 2020 went for a hike.

    July 13, 2021

    03:13
    10.6 mi
    3.3 mph
    400 ft
    375 ft
    1. Veronika 2020

      Visiting Bonn: A big bike tour was actually planned, but there should be heavy rain and storms, so that it became a lap on both sides of the Rhine - without the announced rain. We just always marched along the Rhine, starting in Bonn Rüngsdorf. In Bonn it went over the bridge and then on the other side of the Rhine back to the ferry. There is a lot to discover along the way and in particular the view of the water, the Petersberg and Drachenfels are always great. In front of the center of Bonn you also pass the former Buga site - the lakes didn't look particularly appetizing there and Nutrias have now also settled here - giant guys (but I was out without a camera today). The water on the Rhine is already quite high, the first paths were already flooded.

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      • July 14, 2021

  9. Veronika 2020 went for a bike ride.

    July 12, 2021

    03:08
    36.8 mi
    11.7 mph
    1,700 ft
    1,725 ft
    Hajobike, Hans Ewald and 48 others like this.
    1. Veronika 2020

      Today I actually wanted to ride the entire Alsenz cycle path from Bad Münster am Stein to Enkenbach-Alsenborn (50 km) there and back. I parked the car in the parking lot at the campsite in Bad Münster and I started following the signs. The paths were good, even if there were short stretches of road sometimes. Since the route often went along the rails, I had to cross them again and again. I didn't even know that there were still call barriers. A young Dutchman was standing at one of the roads on his way to Genoa (by bike), who was very desperate because he did not understand the man "in the call box" due to his poor German. We had to wait about 15 minutes as two trains came. Behind Rockenhausen it went up into the forest and then the bike path was closed due to construction work - there was actually no getting through on the regular route (cranes and other things blocked the way). There was a detour, but it was a steep path up the forest with gravel stones - I couldn't do that with the heavy ebike despite the pushing aid. Then I didn't try it anymore, but turned around and returned on the same route. In Rockenhausen there was the obligatory🍦🍧🍨. In Bad Münster I wanted to see where the bike path officially ends. I did not find an information board, but it should be at the train station because I saw the first sign with the Alsenz cycle path there. I liked the tour a lot, even if I would of course have liked to go to the source.

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      • July 12, 2021

  10. Veronika 2020 went for a hike.

    July 11, 2021

    02:38
    7.91 mi
    3.0 mph
    775 ft
    775 ft
    Silvi 🌺, Gudi and 58 others like this.
    1. Veronika 2020

      Somehow I forgot this Hiwweltour again and again😎 but now I've done them all (even if not all of them since / with Komoot). 12 km, approx. 230 m altitude - ideal for a relaxed Sunday round. We started at the village square in Tiefenthal, where you can park for free - but don't forget the parking disc! Past the cemetery it went into the wetland valley floodplain, past a small pond into the forest. For Rhine-Hessian conditions, the route is very wooded, but the great panoramic views are not neglected either: whether in the Rheingau, the Hunsrück, to the Donnersberg and of course into the Appelbachtal. A varied tour that, like all Hiwwelt tours, is perfectly signposted. In some places it was a bit muddy, but there is the shoe cleaning station at the end of the path 😀 and the ticks were on the way again - you had to walk a few times through slightly higher grass.

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      • July 11, 2021

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