Michael wandert 🌄

About Michael wandert 🌄

Zu Fuß
- kreuz und quer durch die Metropolregion Hamburg und
- auf dem Fernwanderweg <E1> längs durch Europa

Distance travelled

7,543 mi

Time in motion

3013:59 h

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  1. Michael wandert 🌄 and Wilfried went for a hike.

    November 19, 2021

    11.7 mi
    3.0 mph
    700 ft
    700 ft
    Bettina, Aci Penser and 27 others like this.
    1. Michael wandert 🌄

      This calendar tour will take us to an old Holstein manor. This is what the November paper from Wilfried's calendar wants.
      We set off from Neustadt at 10 a.m., first follow the white X of the E1 waymark over the embankment of the Neustadt inland water, then slip through a tunnel under the A1, scramble along the edges of fields and finally along a kilometer-long Christmas tree protection in the is diligently wooded for the upcoming Christmas party. The conservation area belongs to the Sierhagen estate, which we will soon reach. The palm garden is our goal there, we hope for some refreshment, but it is closed and barricaded over the winter half-year. So after walking around the estate, which has been converted from a fortified castle into a splendid estate over the centuries, we have no choice but to indulge in our break in a small shelter. While we chat carefree, time goes by unnoticed.
      We follow the E1 through fields and fields until it turns north in Gömnitz towards Bungsberg, while we strive south to pay another visit to the Gömnitzer Berg. Once at the top, we enjoy the honestly divided bar of chocolate as well as the unbelievably far-reaching 360 ° panoramic view from the 90m high elevation, while the sun breaks through the cloudy November clouds. It couldn't be better! We agree on that.
      Sierhagen estate:

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      • November 20, 2021

  2. Michael wandert 🌄 went for a hike.

    November 18, 2021

    3.73 mi
    2.8 mph
    275 ft
    275 ft
    1. Michael wandert 🌄

      Lübeck - city of seven towers.
      What is better than a cloudy November day to take a closer look at towers and churches?
      You can see them from afar. The high towers impressively symbolize the past power of the "Queen of the Hanseatic League". Hanse trade flourished until the 17th century, making the citizens of Lübeck rich. And the church participated, building the cathedral, cathedral and churches close together since the 13th century close to the narrow space of the traverse island.
      World War II didn't leave much of it as British bombers reduced the city center to rubble in 1942. In a few hours, what took centuries to build was destroyed. The churches and their towers were not spared either, because "maximum damage" was to be done to the civilian population as a deterrent. It succeeded here for the first time, and yet it was only the beginning of the terrible end.
      The reconstruction repaired the damage, but the scars remained. Some should be - to commemorate and remind.
      So the tower tour became for me an interesting journey through the history of Lübeck, which under other aspects probably needs a continuation in order to better understand Lübeck's history.

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      • November 18, 2021

  3. Michael wandert 🌄 went for a hike.

    November 9, 2021

    1. Michael wandert 🌄

      Two North Path tours in one go ...
      The journey from Hamburg is time-consuming and the ten-kilometer tour "Two Mills" alone does not justify the lengthy train and bus journey. But together with the tour "Zevener Geest" it will be a well-rounded affair. However, I had to shorten the route a bit here and there, otherwise I would have stood in the dark in the forest at the end, because the days are now too short for long escapades far away from the location. Pity!
      The tours are advertised with the following statements:
      Zevener Geest: "varied landscape in and around Zeven with a fabulous monastery, picturesque water mill, meadows, stream valleys and adventure forest"
      Two mill tour: "The landscape around Eitzte and bathühlen couldn't be more idyllic: romantic water mills, meandering streams, green brook valleys, lush meadows, an enchanted forest and the farming village of Godenstedt with an oil mill."

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      • November 9, 2021

  4. Michael wandert 🌄 went for a hike.

    November 6, 2021

    1.30 mi
    2.6 mph
    75 ft
    25 ft
    VereNala & Ricky, Michael Tegethof and 28 others like this.
    1. Michael wandert 🌄

      For four days, the Eutin Palace Park will shine in a very special light. It is the first time that this event takes place here. You rarely see so many people in the park as you do today.

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      • November 6, 2021

  5. Karin Kreutz and Michael wandert 🌄 went for a hike.

    November 2, 2021

    14.5 mi
    2.9 mph
    1,325 ft
    1,300 ft
    Birger, Niels-Uwe 🚶🐦 and 56 others like this.
    1. Karin Kreutz

      The Vicelinweg is a pilgrimage route of approx. 100 kilometers and leads from Neumünster to Bordesholm, on to Preetz, to Bornhöved and back to Neumünster.
      We have decided to hike in four stages, each with a church with a longer visit. Already at the Vicelinkirche we had to find out that it won't open at 10 o'clock after all. We would have loved to see the inside of the church. It is named after Saint Vicelin, who gave the route its name. Nevertheless, we started on our pilgrimage.
      Our goal had to be to be in Bordesholm before the monastery church closed.
      On beautiful paths we went along the Schwale through the fallow wood to Tasdorf and Großharrie. Then followed a nice tour through the can moor.
      Freshly brewed filter coffee ... another highlight!
      Along the Einfelder See to Bordesholmer See and there was enough time to visit the church longer.
      We also found a cafe so that we could start our return journey stronger than before.
      (Still had summer time in the camera!
      Now it's different! .... stupid, right? Hope we change it some time !!!!)
      We hiked a beautiful pilgrimage again, exchanged a lot of things and are still waiting to see the difference between hiking and pilgrimage.

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      • November 4, 2021

  6. Michael wandert 🌄 went for a hike.

    October 30, 2021

    1.56 mi
    2.3 mph
    50 ft
    75 ft
    1. Michael wandert 🌄

      The "Church in Ostholstein" offers pilgrims through the Eutin Castle Park under the motto "Rauswege" and even publishes a flyer on the occasion of the garden show.
      The newspaper called for a pilgrimage together on Saturday. "I'll take part", I thought to myself and found myself at the specified meeting point at the given time. Numerous interested people did the same, only the tour didn't come. So the group dispersed again, without having achieved anything and somewhat contrite.
      I made the pilgrimage alone. I took the flyer with me as a guide to pause here and there.
      The park was meanwhile in the most splendid golden autumn garb. Too beautiful!

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      • October 30, 2021

  7. Michael wandert 🌄 and Karin Kreutz went for a hike.

    October 20, 2021

    14.3 mi
    2.8 mph
    1,075 ft
    1,150 ft
    Dolle, Birger and 58 others like this.
    1. Michael wandert 🌄

      A holy place is where it is easier to believe in fate. You can read official information about this tour here:
      Well, where did we find our "holy" places on our little pilgrimage today? For my part, first at the Holzberg tower. Because there was a book waiting for me, packed in a plastic bag. On a website I can read how long it has been there (2 days). I will suspend it again after the reading pleasure.
      The second place was of course the church on the middle of the tour. She gave us protection when it rained. The third location was the Ingenhof winery in Malkwitz. In fact, wine is grown, harvested and sold there. We tasted the wine as mulled wine because it was so stormy. The first sip - a sacred moment!
      Pilgrimage can be so beautiful!

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      • October 20, 2021

  8. Wilfried and Michael wandert 🌄 went for a hike.

    October 18, 2021

    12.5 mi
    3.0 mph
    400 ft
    400 ft
    Bruno, Kathrin and 28 others like this.
    1. Wilfried

      Surprisingly beautiful hike with a high proportion of forest and nice rest areas on the Schwartau and in Schürsdorf 😀

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      • October 18, 2021

  9. Michael wandert 🌄 went for a hike.

    October 12, 2021

    7.21 mi
    3.2 mph
    300 ft
    325 ft
    Die Möllers, Bettina and 28 others like this.
    1. Michael wandert 🌄

      "Through the Kuhbach and Ostetal over the gently undulating Geest landscape to the mill pond."
      After my little adventure in Italy, this unexcited hiking trail was just the right thing to get back into the Low German landscape. Here and there, the vastness of the fields even reminded me of the flat surface of the Po Valley, through which I was just walking. The weather was beautiful autumnal, so was the forest.

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      • October 12, 2021

  10. Michael wandert 🌄 went for a hike.

    October 8, 2021

    Jan, Niels-Uwe 🚶🐦 and 29 others like this.
    1. Michael wandert 🌄

      E1 day 166, tour day 7: Fri. 8.10.21
      The last stage starts in Pontedecimo. I could go straight down to Genoa now and the way would not be far. But I decide to go to the Parco della Mura. That means doing one more meters in altitude.
      The reward is beautiful foresight over the Mediterranean Sea and into the Ligurian Apennines. Beautiful. I let myself be driven into town on a cogwheel train. A short walk through the narrow streets, then the harbor is in front of me. It doesn't go any further, the tour ends here, even if I only turn off Komoot at the train station.
      Hiking report:

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      • October 8, 2021

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