Noch gar nicht so lange her, dass ich das Wandern für mich entdeckt habe 🥾 Das werde ich definitiv so schnell nicht aufgeben, weil es doch sooo viel Spaß macht und noch so unendlich viel zu entdecken gibt ☀️ 🗺 ⛰.
Wenn ich unterwegs bin, dann nicht ohne Kamera 📷 – deshalb auch oft alleine:
zum Entschleunigen, Kopf frei kriegen und um genug Zeit und Ruhe zum Fotografieren zu haben (da bleib ich nämlich gerne mal alle 2 m stehen oder lauf wieder zurück ... schnell vorwärts kommt man mit mir definitiv nicht! 😆 ). Dabei geht es mir nicht um die weitesten Strecken oder höchsten Gipfel, sondern darum, die Welt zu entdecken, bewusst die Momente zu genießen und einzufangen.⏩ Folgt mir gern auf Instagram (@kathrinsworld) oder lest ausführliche Berichte meiner Wanderungen und Reisen und entdeckt noch mehr Fotos, Videos und Fotospots auf meinem Blog! Ich freue mich, wenn ihr vorbeischaut!
Today I took part in the 1st donation hike of the outdoor crew, where every kilometer hiked throws money into the donation pot. The WaldMachtMut project is supported - the whole thing is sponsored by komoot! You can find more information here:
komoot.de/tour/360218696Since my health is a little bit bad at the moment, it was only enough for a short city tour. But every kilometer counts and I'll take you to some of the most beautiful corners of Munich :-)Incidentally, if you want, you can still take part tomorrow!
May 8, 2021
A winter walk in the English Garden - the usual round. Nevertheless: I think it has a special charm just as snowy. And if you walk a little left and right of the main paths in between, you are sometimes alone :-)The frozen Kleinhesseloher See was completely overcrowded ... I would not have dared to do it and preferred to watch the "spectacle" from a safe distance :-)
January 22, 2021
A wonderful tour of Munich through corners "beyond the Isar" 😆, which I mostly did not know. Thanks to Alex (komoot.de/user/1007543637976) for the inspiration! That's why I love komoot ☺️You can find a detailed report of this tour on my blog! kathrinsworld.com/wanderung-lehel-haidhausen-bogenhausenI am looking forward to seeing you there too :-)
November 28, 2020
The Valais really took my heart by storm! 💚
Here comes the next dream hike: this time to the Gelmersee.Since we are always quite anti-cyclical through photography (want to be at our destination at sunset and usually go back in the dark with a headlamp), we walked from the parking lot to the lake and the same way back. Alternatively, you could take the Gelmerbahn, which must also be very spectacular, but it no longer ran in "our" times.For this short - but absolutely fantastic - tour you should definitely be free from giddiness and surefooted! There are some places where there is a wire rope to hold onto on the irregular steps, but the other side is steep (see photos).
At the top of the lake you could wander around further, we stayed at the beginning of the lake to take pictures.The best thing to do is to have komoot calculate the time / pace for you - as always, I'll take 1001 photo breaks 😁
October 12, 2020
A wonderful hike to the Aletsch Glacier - the largest and longest glacier in the Alps!
We took the gondola to Riederalp and hiked from there past Blausee to Moosfluh, where an impressive view of the glacier awaits.
You could also go to Blausee or even to Moosfluh (or back down from there). We hiked back the same way. There are also countless other hiking options up on the Aletsch Glacier. It's best to have komoot calculate the time / pace for you as always - I'm not used to the mountain air and, as always, I take 1001 photo breaks 😁
September 22, 2020
Wonderful loop from Fiesch to the Mühlebach suspension bridge, to Ernen and back.
The path leads through a forest, sometimes a little steep, but a great root path! The suspension bridge is a highlight ... and more rocky than I thought ;-)
The old town center in Ernen is definitely worth a visit! Welcome to "Heidi-Land" ;-)
September 7, 2020
- 03:448.49 mi2.3 mph250 ft275 ft
Today the next stage of the relay hike was on my program: The number 11 that Pia "hiked" for us (komoot.de/tour/196406042).
A nice tour through a lot of green and new corners that I didn't know yet. Thanks a lot for this!
I was also on my own most of the time and the grand finale was of course the finale in the Fasaneriesee ;-)
August 16, 2020
>> There is a detailed report of the tour with more photos and video on my blog :-) kathrinsworld.com/wanderung-staffelsee <<Despite (over) 30 degrees, I set out on the weekend to explore the Staffelsee and the adjacent moors. A scenic tour and for me personally one of the longest stretches I've hiked so far. I'm just a little proud of it :-)The tour took me from Uffing station to Murnau station - along the lake, through the moors, then the path briefly moves away from the lake and leads through meadows, fields and forests, before returning to the moors and at the end at Walk straight ahead to Murnau on the south bank of the Staffelsee.There are a few bathing spots here - with the weather, of course I hopped IN to the lake :-)
Nevertheless, next time I would walk the other way around, because I found the bathing spots at the beginning (i.e. near Uffing) even more beautiful than the ones in Murnau.Otherwise, the nature of the path makes it an easy tour - with little shade ;-) - I found it beautiful in terms of scenery and I really enjoyed it :-)
August 10, 2020