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  1. hallunke went mountain biking.

    2 days ago

    marcusen, Peter Türk 😊 and 49 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      to blow through, so to speak, the usual Sunday short round

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  2. hallunke went for a hike.

    2 days ago

    2.69 mi
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    Maxe, Matthes and 55 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      Sunday morning in the Dölauer Heide
      Somewhat apart from the "main" paths there are always interesting points, e.g. some burial mounds from the ceramics culture and Bronze Age on a plateau between the Long Mountain and the Black Mountain.

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  3. hallunke went for a hike.

    5 days ago

    5.11 mi
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    1. hallunke

      ... follow the "Men's Day" procession;
      Harry had recommended avoiding hotspots. This could not be fully complied with, and you have to get out. But it was a good thing that we hadn't brought any bikes with us today.
      But - in the end it was even possible, as said in single file, you could get through the worst casseroles quite well + then it was usually very quiet again. And a lot of people behaved reasonably - so high praise

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      • 5 days ago

  4. hallunke went on a Tour.

    6 days ago

    13.2 mi
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    Mimu, Christian and 79 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      ... something else because we weren't cycling.
      But also to remind you of the sport "KANU" at komoot. After all, it is given as a possible sport by the organizers of the current Q-Cup at MTB News, so you can already assume that it will be generally appreciated ...
      But something else, too, because this time the canoe rental companies did not offer the better-known Camburg-Naumburg tour (extensive construction work on the Bad Kösen weir). So this time it went from Naumburg downstream to Weißenfels.
      Nice route + also recommended. The current is often calmer than above Naumburg, but there is still a lot to see. E.g. there is a boat lane on the far left at the Beuditzwehr in Weißenfels (the sign looks more like a ski lift). You just sit in the boat and slide down next to the weir - was very welcome today as the locks are closed on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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      • 6 days ago

  5. hallunke went mountain biking.

    7 days ago

    29.7 mi
    11.6 mph
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    David , Sachsen Onkel and 81 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      and somehow I managed to notice the sign "Höhnstedter Höhenweg" in Müllerdorf when I drove almost out of the corner of my eye. I guess it has been there forever, I have definitely driven past it 1000 times ...
      So today: the Höhnstedter Höhenweg to get to the hill. You can do it (it goes well), but I almost like the other way towards Krimpe.
      Otherwise nice paths (except for the crossing from Halle-Neustadt and a kilometer before Höhnstedt no roads), nice up and downhill runs, nice views, nice weather = nice day

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      • 7 days ago

  6. hallunke went mountain biking.

    May 18, 2020

    Der Heidjer Radler, Matthes and 75 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      ... then go down some of the surrounding hills, I'll list a few:
      Seebener Blick (or on some maps Seebener Berg)
      Gutenberg (well, that's a place ...)
      Morler Berg
      Brachwitz Alps (in / on the Franzigmark)
      Bischofsberg (in the Dölauer Heide)
      Böllberg (again the name for a district)
      So, all in all a "mountainous" lap, but according to the speedometer only 379 Hm come together (so please forget the komoot value)

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      • May 18, 2020

  7. hallunke went mountain biking.

    May 17, 2020

    13.4 mi
    12.8 mph
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    675 ft
    Maik, 🌺Marianne 🦂 and 77 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      the short Sunday afternoon round
      just roll a bit + let's see what the "Radschnellweg" next to the Europachaussee brings (well, you can get around Halle reasonably quickly, but otherwise?!?)
      nice weather, quite appropriate for a Sunday afternoon. But there were already tons of people on the Halle "promenade" on the move - sometimes. hardly a way through. Corona sends greetings + what that should be for Ascension is beyond me ...

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      • May 17, 2020

  8. hallunke went for a bike ride.

    May 15, 2020

    12.3 mi
    7.0 mph
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    🌺Marianne 🦂, Peter Türk 😊 and 77 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      ... relaxing (+ decelerated) (+ also quite flat) Friday morning lap.
      We cycled comfortably through the floodplain of the Saale south of Halle, wonderful paths everywhere, then a little along the Saale
      And don't be fooled, it's flat terrain. Instead of 150, the speedometer only comes to 72 meters.

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      • May 15, 2020

  9. hallunke went mountain biking.

    May 12, 2020

    19.8 mi
    11.8 mph
    700 ft
    725 ft
    Peter Türk 😊, Stefan and 76 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      roll a little bit in the evening,
      the almost usual ways, put together a little differently (because of the variety). In the meantime, some dirt roads have almost completely disappeared under dense grass (once almost the entire front wheel disappeared), the nettles are slowly rising. On the other hand, several places are completely dry.
      1. the Prussian freight train:
      here some old freight wagons (sometime) were used as cheap building material for gazebos, there are definitely 6 ... 7 wagons installed on the site
      2. Chinese pagoda:
      a Vietnamese (?) famous grandmaster (known e.g. from "Wetten Das") lives here, who also has his training center here
      3. Racecourse:
      has just been repaired (after major flood damage in 2013) - on May 22nd. a horse race (ghost race) is supposed to take place here
      4. The altitude:
      Today they match the speedometer except for the last digit !!!

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      • May 12, 2020

  10. hallunke went for a hike.

    May 12, 2020

    3.01 mi
    3.1 mph
    225 ft
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    Peter Türk 😊, Stefan and 52 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      ... there will soon be no more ways (that's nonsense, of course) - you can still combine ...

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      • May 12, 2020

About hallunke

Fahre gerne Rad, gerne auch mal übern Berg...
Dabei zeichne ich viele der Radtouren und Wanderungen auf, aber ganz sicher nicht alle (wenn ich z.B. mal schnell in Halle unterwegs bin).
Ansonsten interessiere ich mich für alle Aktivitäten, die Outdoor möglich sind, wie Wandern und besonders Kanufahrten (habe früher Kanu-Slalom trainiert). Kanu könnte ev. auch eine Rubrik hier bei komoot werden!
Sonstige Hobbies: Kultur, Kunst, Musik, Fotografieren...
Ich stamme aus einer Zeit, wo es noch völlig normal war, per Karte zu planen. Dank früherer Motorradaktivitäten bin ich auch ziemlich sicher in der Navigation per "Erinnerung". Komoot ist nun für mich ein Helferlein bei Radtouren und Wanderungen. Man findet schon vorab viele Wege, die man sonst vielleicht gar nicht benutzen würde...
Ich habe inzwischen die schöneren von meinen alten realen Touren per GPX-Import zu den "Gemachten" hinzugefügt. So existiert jetzt eine gewisse Ordnung. Wenn man die jetzt noch an ihr richtiges Datum schieben könnte...
In einer komoot Vorgängerversion gab es die Funktion "Notiz" für Beschreibungen. Das war sehr gut, schade dass sie weggefallen ist. Man kann nun zwar auch Kommentare oder Highlights hierfür nutzen, ganz glücklich finde ich das aber nicht.
Bei meinen Touren also immer noch die Kommentare lesen, meist gibt es hier eine Beschreibung!

hallunke’s Tour Stats

Distance15,200 mi
Time1540:12 h