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About Steffen 📍RT & BC

Auf 🚵🏻‍♂️ und 🚴🏻 unterwegs - beides ⚡️ unterstützt. Zu Hause in der Region Neckaralb, aber auch in Oberschwaben, in Südtirol oder 🤿 unter Wasser anzutreffen.

Distance travelled

2,274 mi

Time in motion

205:44 h

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  1. Steffen 📍RT & BC went cycling.

    September 20, 2020

    03:16
    53.6 mi
    16.4 mph
    3,675 ft
    3,675 ft
    WalterG., Dirk and 4 others like this.
    1. Steffen 📍RT & BC

      Similar to the Tour de France, this round will only be settled shortly before the end.

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      • September 20, 2020

  2. Steffen 📍RT & BC went cycling.

    September 13, 2020

    03:27
    53.2 mi
    15.4 mph
    4,250 ft
    4,250 ft
    Siegfried, WalterG. and 4 others like this.
    1. Steffen 📍RT & BC

      Perfect timing - I was home again for the first ascent of the 15th stage of the tour. 😄

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      • September 13, 2020

  3. Steffen 📍RT & BC went mountain biking.

    August 20, 2020

    02:22
    22.2 mi
    9.4 mph
    4,550 ft
    4,525 ft
    WalterG., Vanessa Seifert and 3 others like this.
    1. Steffen 📍RT & BC

      Lt. Garmin 1,556 hm, which should come closer to reality than Komoot's calculation.Nice tour, which is also suitable for less experienced drivers - 100% forest highway. The only and notable exception is the final climb from Pennleger to Unterhornhaus; this runs on the ski slope with gradients between 14 and 21%. In an emergency, it is pushed ... 😉

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      • August 20, 2020

  4. Steffen 📍RT & BC went mountain biking.

    August 19, 2020

    02:20
    24.1 mi
    10.3 mph
    2,975 ft
    4,750 ft
    Danny, WalterG. and 6 others like this.
    1. Steffen 📍RT & BC

      Very nice, family-friendly tour, which mainly runs on forest highways. Anyway, my wife thought it was great! 😄

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      • August 19, 2020

  5. Steffen 📍RT & BC went for a hike.

    August 18, 2020

    Dirk, Vanessa Seifert and 11 others like this.
    1. Steffen 📍RT & BC

      After two nights of heavy rainfall, we made a virtue of necessity, threw the planned program overboard and put the Barbian waterfalls on the agenda.At first glance, the tour looks a bit poor with less than 15 km and less than 500 hm - but it is especially tough until the transition to path 6.The route at the waterfall and further over the cat ladder is absolutely fantastic!

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      • August 18, 2020

  6. Steffen 📍RT & BC went mountain biking.

    August 16, 2020

    01:14
    13.8 mi
    11.1 mph
    2,550 ft
    2,500 ft
    Johannes, WalterG. and 7 others like this.
    1. Steffen 📍RT & BC

      From Tann on path 27 to Loden, keep left there on path 9 towards Saltner Hütte. Follow the recognizable road (not hiking trail 1 across the meadows!) - in winter it's the toboggan run - past the middle station until it meets trail 4.Leave path 4 (forest road) immediately on path 1 and follow path 1 and from Unterhornhaus path 2 to the Rittner Horn.Descent from Rittner Horn on path 1 (S2 to S3) towards Gasteiger Sattel, at the end of the trail through the wall onto the forest road and keep left there, back towards Rittner Horn.Via Unterhornhaus, always follow the forest road, which runs downhill as path 4 to Roßwagen. There, turn left onto the asphalt road and back to Tann via Pemmern.50 to 60 km / h are possible downhill.

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      • August 16, 2020

  7. Steffen 📍RT & BC went for a hike.

    August 15, 2020

    06:43
    13.9 mi
    2.1 mph
    2,950 ft
    2,950 ft
    WalterG., marily and 8 others like this.
    1. Steffen 📍RT & BC

      On Maria Himmelfahrt a beautiful high-altitude tour to the Totensee and back over the Barbianer Alm:Schwarzseespitze - Feltuner - Gasteiger saddle - Rittner wayside shrine - Zwölfernockscharte - Totensee - Totenkirchl - Pfunder Alm - Mair in Plun - Gasteiger saddle - Rittner Horn - Unterhorn - SchwarzseespitzeDue to the holiday, there was a lot going on and some of the restaurants were overcrowded.The original plan to run parallel to the edge from the Rittner wayside shrine on path 2A had to be changed spontaneously, as there was no access to path 2A. Probably the variant around the top is nicer anyway.The circuit is not suitable for prams or MTBs.Due to technical and time restrictions with unedited and reduced photos. In the latter case, however, an improvement is in sight: After the old Olympus Stylus 1 was on the move today, I switched to my smartphone for photos ...... and was horrified afterwards at how much better the pictures made with the iPhone are in comparison. The stylus goes into the case and in the future I will probably be dragging the heavier X-series from Fuji with me, otherwise I can stay with the smartphone as a camera.

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      • August 15, 2020

  8. Danny, WalterG. and 4 others like this.
    1. Steffen 📍RT & BC

      After it had rained extensively for the past two nights and the daily weather report continued to assume that there was a high probability of rain and thunderstorms, "making altitude" was not the best idea.The alternative program, however, also comes to a good 630 meters in altitude, which comes together mainly on the long climb from Maria Saal to Grindelegg.Path sequence: From Tann path 8 to Bad Siess, from there path 1B to shortly before Himmelreich. Continue on path 33 and with a little dangling over path 24A on path 24 to Maria Saal. From there path 8 to shortly before Hexenbödele, there turn onto path 9 and follow it to the intersection with path 34. On path 34 up to Grindelegg and on paths 27A and 27 via Loden back to Tann.The circuit is not suitable for prams or MTBs.Due to technical and time restrictions with unedited and reduced photos.

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      • August 14, 2020

  9. Johannes, Marcus and 2 others like this.
    1. Steffen 📍RT & BC

      Initially from Tann quite flat on path 27 over the Loden and the Saubacher Kofel on path 28.At the Röllalm do not follow the 28 to the Unterhornhaus, but stay on the forest road that seamlessly merges into path 3. Also ignore junction 3A near Kaser and continue on path 3 on the forest road. The pine distillery is signposted regularly.After the intermediate stop at the pine distillery, back on path 3 and immediately right across the meadow (you can also follow the forest road, but it is much longer on the way).Leave path 3 on path 4 in front of the Platzer Alm and climb straight up to the Rittner Horn: It is the most strenuous part of the tour.From Rittner Horn Weg 1 via Unterhornhaus and on via the ski slope to Pemmern and Tann. We cheated today and went from the Unterhornhaus to the Schwarzseespitze to take the train down to the valley. Easy on the knees.The circuit is not suitable for prams or MTBs.Due to technical and time restrictions with unedited and reduced photos.

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      • August 12, 2020

  10. Steffen 📍RT & BC went for a hike.

    August 11, 2020

    Vanessa Seifert, DieterRolfes and 7 others like this.
    1. Steffen 📍RT & BC

      Smaller round on the first full day of vacation to "run in".The ascent takes place via the Hirtensteig (paths 1A, 9A, 9), then it goes on path 2 over the horn area to Gissmann and finally via paths 7, 4 and 1 back mainly on asphalt.The circuit is not suitable for prams or MTBs.Due to technical and time restrictions with unedited and extremely reduced photos.

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      • August 11, 2020

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