Biitii 105

About Biitii 105

Beheimatet im südlichen Rheinhessen, auch Wonnegau genannt, finde ich immer wieder erstaunlich, wie sehr sich mit Komoot mein "Wander-Horizont" erweitert und freue mich auf zukünftige Entdeckungen !!Nur in fünf der 136 rheinhessischen Gemeinden gibt es keinen eigenen Weinanbau. Eines meiner Ziele ist, diese fünf zu finden! Des Weiteren "sammle" ich Rittersteine, wobei dies auch ein eher langfristiges Ziel ist. Wandern ist für mich entdecken, genießen, an der Natur erfreuen.

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1,321 mi

Time in motion

375:56 h

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  1. Biitii 105 went for a hike.

    5 days ago

    4.36 mi
    2.8 mph
    400 ft
    400 ft
    Tim 🚴, Natalie and 42 others like this.
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      In the late afternoon we went in the direction of the limestone quarry nature reserve "Rosengarten", which I remembered well from my "Steinbrecher Tour" last May. Until 1959, the workers earned their daily bread here on the 12 hectare site. As hoped, there were almost no other visitors and you could let the surroundings work its magic on you, just fantastic. Then I went to look for the Goldberg tower, which I had seen by chance on Google Maps. On the way there were always wonderful views with mostly sun, blue sky and clouds.

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      • 5 days ago

  2. Biitii 105 went for a hike.

    6 days ago

    8.84 mi
    5.4 mph
    6,350 ft
    6,375 ft
    Stefan, Bernd and 47 others like this.
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      Evening walk: 6 km, 50 m ascentThis place has been known to me for decades, as I have eaten a lot of delicious things in the “Weingewölbe” (weingewoelbe.com) - both in solid and liquid form 🧀🍷🍇The Protestant church and the water tank for Gundheim are among the local cultural monuments.The village, located at 175 m above sea level, has 340 inhabitants, which, according to Wikipedia, is one of the sites in Rheinhessen with about ten million year old mammal remains from the Dinotheria sands of the Ur-Rhine.And something else: there is a line dance dance club (renegades-linedance.de); that sounds like fun - Yeehaw! 🤠 👢

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      • 6 days ago

  3. Biitii 105 went for a hike.

    April 23, 2021

    11.8 mi
    3.0 mph
    3,825 ft
    3,775 ft
    Silvi 🌺, Tim 🚴 and 77 others like this.
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      After work lap: 13.7 km, 240 m ascentSometimes I have heard of these three strange terms, which could possibly also be hunter's Latin, but have never been there, until today:We hiked through the wooded Mutton Valley up into the seclusion of the Becherskopf. The Schaudichnichtum hunting lodge once stood here. Past the forester's house Kehrdichannasst, it went back to the Drei Eichen via Murrmirnichtviel.And quite by chance we stole 3 knight stones 🛡 - what a wonderful start to the weekend!The path was only wide at the beginning; the entire rest of the way was on narrow, sometimes bouncy and crackling paths. As you can see in the pictures, the sunshine☀️ made sure that the first green leaves shone brightly - how beautiful 💚💚💚This hike comes directly from the Roth hiking guide for the Palatinate.

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      • April 23, 2021

  4. Biitii 105 went for a hike.

    April 22, 2021

    Thomas 🌻| ADFC SAAR/SLS, Natalie and 46 others like this.
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      After-work tour: 6 km, 20 m ascentMörstadt has almost 1000 inhabitants and people still greet each other here! I have always been fascinated by the woog and the surrounding weeping willows, and in "normal" years the local wine festival and the Kerwe took place here on a regular basis. I just hope there is at least one other mandarin duck, otherwise it looks bad with the reproduction.More information at: moerstadt.de and vg-monsheim.de/tourismus-kultur

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      • April 22, 2021

  5. Biitii 105 went for a hike.

    April 19, 2021

    Bernd, Karin and 45 others like this.
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      After work lap: 6 km, 150 m ascentThe steep ascent to Petersberg from Gau-Odernheim is also called the “Herrgottspfad”, as processions have been taking place here on religious holidays for centuries. When you have reached the 246 m high elevation and enjoy the 360 ° panorama, you feel a little "sublime". I have seldom seen so many information boards as here on the Kulturweg; you learn a lot of new and interesting things. We used the hour and did Qi Gong exercises near the remains of the wall of the 10th century crypt - what a wonderful experience.Then it was relaxed down to the vineyards on the Lieberg, where the wild tulips have been comfortable in the permeable and nutrient-rich loess soil since 1830. Just imagine: the local winemakers take extra care and work the soil between the vines accordingly so that nothing happens to the plant! The warmth-loving vineyard tulip blooms here in mid-late April, and it looks really beautiful. Unfortunately, we also saw specimens that were kicked over, but I am hopeful that the visitors will show consideration. Before the flower turns yellow, it is green and can therefore hardly be distinguished from the grass. In addition, some come from the earth sooner and some later; this delayed development is also known in humans.More information: kulturweg-petersberg.de

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      • April 19, 2021

  6. Biitii 105 went for a hike.

    April 17, 2021

    Berni, Bernd and 48 others like this.
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      10 km, 140 m ascentSun-drenched mixed forest, many springy paths, chirping birds, knight stones, puzzling time signs and legends ...Since it was not possible at Easter, knight stones were searched for and found today - as a replacement. In addition, a druid plateau (Miraculix sends his regards) and the legend of a treasure in connection with a white lady. I still have to deal with the 60 km network of hiking trails rätseligte-zeitzeichen.de, but there were also Celts in my homeland, so I imagine this information and hikes to be very interesting.Conclusion: nice forest hike, even if the motorway was louder than expected.

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      • April 17, 2021

  7. Biitii 105 went for a hike.

    April 15, 2021

    Tim 🚴, gisi and 48 others like this.
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      After-work tour, 8 km, 130 m ascentAs springy as it looks, a cold wind was blowing today. I have often seen the Wartberg Tower while driving past, but never visited it - until today. In the forest next door there is an exercise route, very nicely done. The clouds often looked very impressive, especially when the sun's rays peeked out from time to time; then I immediately thought of the Blues Brothers: "Do you see that light?" 🖕 😄

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      • April 15, 2021

  8. Biitii 105 went for a hike.

    April 11, 2021

    6.27 mi
    4.6 mph
    2,300 ft
    2,325 ft
    Thomas 🌻| ADFC SAAR/SLS, Tim 🚴 and 40 others like this.
    1. Biitii 105

      6 km, 40 m ascentInstead of siesta, we went out into the wind with the aim of visiting the 3 trulli in the Gundheim district. All are beautifully laid out, clean, and have a guest book, similar to a "summit book"; - probably the one who brought writing materials with them 🙄Picture 1 shows a falcon.As I learned today, the imperial crowns in the fruit fields are a means of keeping voles away.

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      • April 11, 2021

  9. Biitii 105 went for a hike.

    April 10, 2021

    Silvi 🌺, Bonnie24 and 47 others like this.
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      8 km, 48 m ascentGundheim with its almost 1000 inhabitants belongs to the VG Wonnegau and is 127 m above sea level, surrounded by vineyards, fruit fields and arable land. As soon as you drive eastwards, funnily enough, you have Melibokus in front of your nose, even though it is 30 km (as the crow flies) away.Hiking trails in the area, partly crossed today: Weinwinkelweg

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      • April 10, 2021

  10. Biitii 105 went for a hike.

    February 20, 2021

    🌼 verdreht 🌼, Bernd and 70 others like this.
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      I was invited to today's tour (11 km, 380 m ascent) and was therefore able to relax and concentrate on nature, including the twittering of birds. The paths consisted mostly of paths, often covered with crackling pine needles, the way I like it 💜Up to the Eckkopfturm via the Michaelskapelle and the Heidenlöcher, which is well worth seeing, it was almost like spring, but on the descent via the billy goat and donkey path plus the two spring fountains it was more wintery, as you can see on the ice.In between we did yoga exercises and thought-provoking things were read to me. These special types of breaks gave the entire hike a very special dimension and depth - it was wonderful 🙏

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      • February 20, 2021

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