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Distance travelled

11,475 mi

Time in motion

1384:51 h

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  1. Bodenseebiker Thurgau went for a hike.

    2 days ago

    00:57
    3.11 mi
    3.3 mph
    225 ft
    225 ft
    Patrick Göser, Bergmädchen and 104 others like this.
    1. Bodenseebiker Thurgau

      Did a short "workout" lap and blown your head free. Finally no fog but really glorious weather and mild temperatures. On Tuesday it's supposed to be a little warmer and even sunnier and so the plan is set - tomorrow we're going to the Bike Park, Bike or Die 🤟.I wish everyone a nice sunny 🌞 day and enjoy it.Happy Ride On 🤟🤟🤟
      Elmer

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      • 2 days ago

  2. Bodenseebiker Thurgau planned a mountain bike ride.

    2 days ago

    fkuenst, Paul Mura and 2 others like this.
  3. Ute and Bodenseebiker Thurgau went for a hike.

    5 days ago

    02:21
    6.92 mi
    3.0 mph
    1,000 ft
    1,000 ft
    Bergmädchen, Paul Mura and 35 others like this.
    1. Ute

      .... with wonderful
      In bad weather, we went from Mammern to the ruins of Neuburg and on via Gündelhart to the Stone Table, after a short break we continued past Liebenfels Castle. Determined towards Hochwart which I spurned, it was just not clear weather, despite a lot 🌞🌞🌞🌞 on the whole tour. Zack downhill to Mammern.
      Thank you Elmar for your time today🤗, it was nice, running, chatting, having fun, enjoying nature, paying attention to your breathing 🥴🤭😉
      Enjoy.
      Until next time.
      Aloha 🙋‍♀️
      (the hobbit from the Hegau 😂)

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      • 5 days ago

  4. paulo, Bergmädchen and 143 others like this.
    1. Bodenseebiker Thurgau

      Today's circular hike high above the Untersee leads to numerous viewpoints on the westernmost part of Lake Constance from Stein am Rhein to the island of Reichenau.Today I leave out the historical because I have already described the highlights. Take a look at my tour descriptions for this tour under tours done.The historic stone table belongs to Liebenfels Castle. The Neuburg ruins are the most important and largest castle complex on the southern shore of the Untersee and the best preserved. Today the remnants of the curtain wall and the foundations of the keep are still preserved.All viewpoints with spacious fire pits invite you to linger.With this in mind, I wish everyone a nice evening and Happy Ride On 🤟 🤟 🤟
      Elmar

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      • 5 days ago

  5. Bodenseebiker Thurgau went for a hike.

    January 11, 2022

    Bergmädchen, Patrick Göser and 128 others like this.
    1. Bodenseebiker Thurgau

      Today's tour quite spontaneously from the square in Ermatingen and then up into the wilderness on the Wolfsberg. Always a beautiful panorama and today I didn't meet a wild boar. Path runs along narrow trails and if you don't walk past it comes a bunker. Used for artist positions, especially. So it went back along the lake. With that in mind, have a nice evening. Happy Ride On 🤟 🤟 🤟

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      • January 11, 2022

  6. Biggi, Manfred Dilger and 125 others like this.
    1. Bodenseebiker Thurgau

      I start today's tour with a quote: "Use any distraction as an object of meditation and they cease to be distractions"Every now and then I am asked why I meditate while hiking - and I would like to take up this question. I meditate while hiking because it is good for me, it relaxes me and gives me strength. I use it to maintain my self-reflection - it is good for me and my body, because it encourages me to live like this every day - as if there were no yesterday and no tomorrow. In short, "Meditation is the art of fully consciously experiencing everything".Sometimes a walk or a little hike is like a meditation, an arrival in oneself. I take this as today's motto and so the tour in Salen-Reutenen started at the hiking car park and it went along the panorama path through ingenious, sometimes mystical forests to one Place at the Roman places of worship were.A short excursion:In the past, at the time of the Romans, the area was not so densely forested, so that from the highest point of the ridge you can see both the Untersee and the Alpine chain when the weather is nice. This point was evidently so “sacred” to the Romans that they built their temple complexes there. Excavations in 1914 revealed the remains of at least two temple buildings. A fragment of an inscription, parts of sculptural decorations and pieces of mosaic prove that it is a Roman sanctuary.We continued on the panorama path to beautiful vantage points. Pure enjoyment and inner contemplation. Sometimes you find a small gurgling watercourse along the way, into which you can sink inside.The next time I will report how you can use salt water and vinegar to track down negative energies in your environment.I close today's blog with a quote from Goethe: “There are places that can only be reached on foot” and I wish everyone a nice Saturday and Happy Ride On 🤟 🤟 🤟
      Elmar

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      • January 8, 2022

  7. Jupp🇨🇭Toggenburg, BruGer and 129 others like this.
    1. Bodenseebiker Thurgau

      Abnormal cold today, especially the icy wind is pulling through all layers of fabric and so I'll start with a quote: "When it's cold you have to think carefully about the facial expression with which you get on the bike. It stays that way :-)"Short Seerück tour towards Altnau and I ask myself the question "what the fuck is Zuben". I've already passed it a couple of times, but I've never been to the small, fine waterfall. No sooner said than done, Seerücken takes a direct route up, the trails to the left and right are extremely muddy and the water is in every depression.After a few kilometers you are at the Bommer Weiher and continue to the waterfall. Nice, I have to say, and certainly a lot nicer in summer.The fingers answered and the icy wind in the face created a spirit of optimism and so we went to a unfortunately demolished bunker, which was demolished due to infrastructure work on the tracks. This bunker was camouflaged under a pile of wood. Today only the foundation walls can be seen.Back to the Höhenweg and enjoyed the panorama again before heading out into the warm, frozen through.So I close the blog with a quote: "Without the cold of winter, the warmth of spring wouldn't exist" - so let's wait and see.With this in mind, I wish everyone a good evening and a Happy Ride On 🤟🤟🤟Elmar

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      • January 5, 2022

  8. Bodenseebiker Thurgau went mountain biking.

    January 4, 2022

    Jupp🇨🇭Toggenburg, Bodo😎 and 120 others like this.
    1. Bodenseebiker Thurgau

      I leave the commenting to you today.Short trip to Konstanz, after 3 great days of hiking it needed a light workout training on the bike and there was also something new to see about StreetArt.I wish you all a nice evening and Happy Ride On 🤟🤟🤟Elmar

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      • January 4, 2022

  9. Patrick Göser and Bodenseebiker Thurgau went for a hike.

    January 3, 2022

    02:38
    8.28 mi
    3.1 mph
    1,025 ft
    950 ft
    Bergmädchen, Manu😎 and 200 others like this.
    1. Patrick Göser

      My 3-day short vacation in beautiful Thurgau is over much too quickly. Today I did another first class tour with Elmar. Hard to beat in terms of variety, not a minute boring, something for everyone. Elmar, I thank you for your hospitality and I look forward to further joint ventures ... in the spring at the latest in the training camp in Appenzell ... ;-) Greetings Patrick

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      • January 3, 2022

  10. Migg, Karin and 196 others like this.
    1. Bodenseebiker Thurgau

      3rd circular hike in a row since the beginning of the year with Patrick in my area and today it was fun and very varied.Tour starts at the Mammern train station and off you go on the high trail with a lot of panoramic views to the Neuburg ruins. The Neuburg ruin was once the largest castle on the Untersee and was built in the 13th century.Great paths lead further up to the stone table. A relic from a very old time, a knight's table where feasts and robbery plans took place. The table belongs to the former Liebenfels Castle, which was converted into Liebenfels Castle. In the 18th and 19th centuries, poets and composers found themselves at the stone table. Century their masterpieces and lived temporarily in the castle Liebenfels among others Hoffmann von Fallersleben.A little macabre, a maiden from Mammern was locked up in the tower room of Liebenfels Castle. Only when she was allowed to leave the tower room was she pregnant. Her father wanted revenge and was killed in the act of revenge.Well the path leads on to the Hochwacht. The Hochwacht Mammern has been a strategically important observation point for centuries. Most of the Untersee can be seen from here. When danger approached, beacons were lit to warn everyone in the area. In WWII, a military observation post was set up above, which is still a contemporary witness today.I don't have to write much about the pilgrimage chapel anymore. The sundial shows the letters: C. S. N D S M D. M. L. which means crux sancta sit mihi lux. Non draco1) Sit mihi dux and of course you know what that means :-) It's about a poisonous potion.Yo along the cloister it goes past the Lourdes grotto, there was once the pilgrimage church and it goes down to the starting point.Yes, awesome 3 days with Patrick and Heinz and great tours with partly imperial weather and cloudy / mythical weather with a lot of history and a lot of humor.With this in mind, I wish you all a good evening and Happy Ride On 🤟🤟🤟Elmar

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      • January 3, 2022

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