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!

Distance travelled

17,722 mi

Time in motion

1775:06 h

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  1. hallunke went mountain biking.

    5 days ago

    16.1 mi
    10.4 mph
    650 ft
    675 ft
    Alu Minautix, Baron Elke and 105 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      try a few more ways.
      The path from Döllnitz is sometimes dry, but the meadows to the left and right are almost completely still in the water. The beautiful, enchanted way back to the Elsterwehr near Döllnitz was almost boggy again + a number of trees lay across - climbing was the order of the day.
      Finally through the floodplain back to Radewell. At one point you have to go through a depression + and there was actually still enough water from a side arm - much deeper than I thought and it looked and in the middle also much more boggy than I thought. Well, we got wet feet today

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      • 5 days ago

  2. hallunke went mountain biking.

    April 23, 2021

    12.8 mi
    10.1 mph
    625 ft
    675 ft
    Matthes, Jörg .H 🇩🇪🚲 and 113 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      today harvest the last wild garlic leaves on Raven Island ...
      Once you are there - a short inspection drive to the Pfingstanger - these paths are currently easy to drive (+ already dried out well despite the proximity to the water).
      Grandiose paths, more than once you have to duck your head, a couple of times it goes over smaller branches, beautiful slalom around the trees - everything is included.
      Note 1:
      Confluence of the three bodies of water - the Gerwische branches off from the Weißen Elster near Lochau and changes its name several times as it runs through the meadow landscape: Gerwische, Steinlache, Stilles Wasser
      Note 2:
      From 1885 to 1991, Prussian optional wagons were rail freight wagons that could be used with folding windows and benches for passenger transport if required (probably mainly for the military). Every time I ask myself how the three wagons found their way to this garden

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      • April 23, 2021

  3. hallunke went mountain biking.

    April 22, 2021

    36.1 mi
    11.6 mph
    1,150 ft
    1,300 ft
    Cu🅱️ert, Michael and 89 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      Try the Saale Cycle Path and two alternatives.
      One leads to the left of the Saale in the direction of Wengelsdorf and Kirchfrahtorf through the floodplain. So I wanted to avoid the construction sites in and around Bad Dürrenberg + that worked out well.
      The other variant (which will be of interest to Denis) deviates from the Saale cycle path at Schkopau / Kollenbey and goes through the floodplain in a northerly direction to Burg. There is a rustic path here that two years ago I had already seen completely overgrown and weed. Today you could at least see him + you could see that he is still under water and morass after the last flood. I prefer to turn around.
      The wind was really fun again. It came from the side more often, but it always turned up quite a bit. So rest was definitely not an option
      Then the meters in altitude again: Because I tried other routes more often, the cell phone was not in my backpack, but in my knee pocket. The device promptly shows too much again. In real terms, according to the speedometer, it was about 200 m

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      • April 22, 2021

  4. hallunke went mountain biking.

    April 17, 2021

    24.1 mi
    13.4 mph
    675 ft
    600 ft
    Lausitzsonne, Dat Kleene and 113 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      through almost completely flat terrain. Every now and then it was a little over meadows, some gravel paths on the Elsterdamm - otherwise it didn't roll badly.
      The storks are back everywhere, the deer are trusting, nature is slowly coming ... that's how I like it

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      • April 17, 2021

  5. hallunke went mountain biking.

    April 15, 2021

    20.0 mi
    11.0 mph
    850 ft
    875 ft
    Genusssportler53li, David and 111 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      or check a few other ways again.
      After the floods, it is always exciting to find out whether you can get through the floodplains again with dry feet. It works wonderfully, all roads are now dry, only now and then there are still wet spots on the meadows and fields, almost like rice fields

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      • April 15, 2021

  6. hallunke went for a bike ride.

    April 14, 2021

    21.4 mi
    12.6 mph
    825 ft
    850 ft
    Tinchen, Christian and 117 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      there are routes that have been ridden so often that they begin to take on a life of their own. Sometimes they last forever, you can hardly make any headway, sometimes they fly by. You get into a limbo between familiarity and trance, and then you can hardly believe it when you have already reached your goal.
      On the way you are in your thoughts, possible things go through your head, you are happy about nature, marvel at the clouds + how beautiful it rolls ...
      I also wanted to see how the various construction measures are currently affecting the paths. The other day I encountered real barriers in some places. But today it worked (apparently there is even a detour via one of my field / garden paths, the buses even went long)

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      • April 14, 2021

  7. hallunke went for a bike ride.

    April 13, 2021

    12.1 mi
    11.3 mph
    575 ft
    575 ft
    Christian, Thomas Noack and 111 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      Halle is the city of short distances - which can also be seen in today's example.
      Most of the time I don't necessarily record such short “PillePalle” rounds. But today there was still time before the bike shop opened. On the way there I passed a central part of the city + suddenly remembered that there was something in the newspaper last week (I would dig it out of the pile of waste paper afterwards).
      First of all, so that you don't get the wrong picture: I am definitely a rail enthusiast. But what was there to read again ...In a nutshell: In the report it was reported that on March 31, 2021 Messrs. Scheuer (yes the), Pofalla and Haseloff (Prime Minister Saxony-Anhalt) had finished tying the railway knot and opened the future station with a small ceremony. In six and a half years, 800 million has been invested in the most modern transport infrastructure. Ok, that's right and a high-performance transport hub has really emerged. DB is testing new concepts and services here in order to increase the satisfaction of travelers and station visitors. All future stations are operated with 100 percent green electricity. I would like to believe that about green electricity.But whatever else they list as a success. For example, there is now an APP that can do nothing more than illustrate to the viewer in five virtual scenarios in colorful / abstract videos what rail (or public transport) could, if he could (or should?). Another highlight should be terminals at which those wishing to travel can create an avatar?!?!? Oops, I thought train had something to do with traveling. So this is the future - well!But then:
      "... Secure parking spaces for bicycles (heading) ... two automated bicycle parking towers offer secure parking spaces for bicycles - so far unique in Germany. A bicycle service station helps with minor repairs ... "etc.
      Despite a long search, only one of the two towers described can be found, the capacity is a breathtaking 12 bicycles.
      I had written that I had time this morning, that gives off thoughts. I did the count, outside of the tower there were 280 bicycles in the entire area around the station (forecourt, west entrance, tram access) connected to all kinds of traffic signs, trees, barriers, paper bins, including a number of very expensive e-bikes as well as individual frames ...
      And today at the “service station” two kids tried to inflate a tire - they didn't succeed.
      Well, then I drove on, the bike shop was open in the meantime + ended the PillePalle tour with a detour around the horseshoe lake
      Oh, from Andorra to Mexico is really not far, in Halle just 5.8 km and further back you even come along Lake Reschen.

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      • April 13, 2021

  8. hallunke went mountain biking.

    April 11, 2021

    40.4 mi
    13.7 mph
    1,525 ft
    1,600 ft
    Rainer, David and 100 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      ... the great weather was enticing. Not just me, however, it was once again packed with people at the lake. Every parking lot was overcrowded, people were moving in close rows (oh, oh, what about Corona?). At least the ways to the lake and back were not that overcrowded. I will have to shift my activities back to the week.
      But what the heck, nice tour + the rain didn't start until I closed the door at home.

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      • April 11, 2021

  9. hallunke went for a hike.

    March 30, 2021

    5.24 mi
    2.8 mph
    525 ft
    500 ft
    Genusssportler53li, gisi and 105 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      ... under and on several bridges, later we did blue and finally there was an open beer garden in compliance with the Corona rules.
      There were also bratwursts here, but I refrain from showing them here so that Torsten doesn't have to laugh ...
      But again such wonderful weather

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      • March 30, 2021

  10. hallunke went mountain biking.

    March 29, 2021

    21.2 mi
    11.5 mph
    1,050 ft
    1,050 ft
    Jörg .H 🇩🇪🚲, Christian and 109 others like this.
    1. hallunke

      ... and from + up and down + again and again - and dressed much too warmly
      Now that we have summer time, spring also seems to be really gaining momentum. It's fun, especially when you drive such beautiful paths
      Short version:
      up to the Franzosenstein, down to Seeben, up to the Seebener Blick, down to Gutenberg, up again to the Franzosensteinweg, then down to Teicha and up over the Morler Berg, over there down again + through the gardens near Morl to Franzigmark. In Halle back up again to the Klausberge, of course down again and back to the Saale
      PS: are you having problems with the komoot card today? For me it only shows the other cards ...

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      • March 29, 2021

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