Sunday, May 17th, 2020 / total time: 5h: 38mAfter the morning hike, I met Silvia at the main train station. Together we drove to Ludwigsfelde, where Mandy's husband Stephan and her son Till-Lennard picked us up.When we arrived at Mandy in Groß Schulzendorf, we were still waiting for Lutz, who came from Blankenfelde.After a rich breakfast with a lovingly laid table and a subsequent chat, Lutz continued his tour.
Silvia and I set off for our hike and were accompanied by Mandy on the first half to the Nunsdorfer Berg.A big thank you to Mandy and her boys for picking up and breakfast and everyone involved for the convivial round. On Mandy and Silvia also for the hiking escort!The tour starts at the village floodplain in Groß Schulzendorf, leads via Siebkenweg into the forest and first it goes to the Glienicker vineyard and on to the Hasenberg.Since the planned path was blocked by a paddock, there was now an almost 2 km long wrong way at the edge of the forest and necessarily over a field in the opposite direction.
After a bit on the road we turned again. We reach Nunsdorfer Berg via field and forest paths. At the next junction we say goodbye to Mandy, who hikes back to Groß Schulzendorf.Silvia and I continue our way through Nunsdorf. We reach Christinendorf via dirt roads. After crossing, we have to make do with the edge of the road until we have crossed federal road 101. Shortly afterwards we turn off this and we pass the 3 pits of the Torfstich Talgraben. After hitting Baruther Straße, we pass the Trebbin entrance sign and reach the Trebbin train station a little later and thus the end of this tour.Silvia's Record:
7 days ago
Sunday, May 17th, 2020 / total time: 1h: 07mThis morning I was again on one of my most frequently hiked routes between the Bavarian Quarter and the Hautbahnhof.
To see the rhododendron flower, the path led through the English Garden in the Great Tiergarten and then along the Spree to Washingtonplatz.
May 17, 2020
Dear hiking friends,this time I would like to encourage you to a very special hiking event that I worked out together with the komoot community management.In view of the restrictive external circumstances, the aim is to strengthen the cohesion of the community and to set up a joint virtual tour. The principle is as follows: At the start I hike a tour from A to B, one of you then hikes from B to C, the next person from C to D etc.I hope that we can manage a tour as a 'virtual hiking group' every day until the end of May. This event should be about participants from the greater Berlin / Potsdam area, of course you can also travel to contribute a stage.Which route you hike and how long it is entirely up to you, you just have to take your own starting point from the end point of your respective predecessor. It is definitely not a question of 'higher-faster-further' and measuring your strength, but that each participant is actually part of the matter and makes his or her individual contribution to the overall result.-----The following rules apply:
- for sure this is a 'fun event', please go about it with the necessary seriousness and think in terms of community
- Your stage should be at least three kilometers long, there is no limit to the top, but please do not overdo it
- please only contribute A-to-B stages, no round trips
- The destination of your stage should be easily accessible by local or regional public transport. This helps you as well as the person who has to continue at the point.
- After completing your stage, please put it online at komoot as soon as possible, so that the following person has enough time to plan your own stage. You can then edit images, etc.To allocate the 'slots', i.e. the daily allocations:
I set up a doodle at: doodle.com/poll/rpv6ycvbue9xt7zb
If you are interested in this campaign, please register there. You only enter the name under which you are active at komoot, I do not need any further data. Pick your desired day and send the form. The following applies: first come, first served and free choice. Please only grab a free 'slot' if you actually intend to hike your stage that day.I will start on May 15th. starting at the komoot HQ in Potsdam, you can then from 16.05. until May 31 continue. If there is a lot of demand and if all days are quickly allocated without gaps, we may extend the campaign.Should you still not be able to meet your specified date, send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org so that I can release the day again for other interested parties. If necessary, I will step in in the event of short-term failures so that the chain does not break.-----I am looking forward to your feedback and hope that numerous participants will be there. I sent an invitation to this virtual event to some of you who I follow and who are hiking in the Berlin area. All others who read here are of course also invited. As always, feel free to share your opinion and ask questions here in the comments or contact me by email at email@example.com-----
Here are all participants and the links to their profiles:
May 15 Frank Meyer & Joe Penner | komoot.de/user/42689717614 | komoot.de/user/529933652248
May 16 Kerstin & Francesca | komoot.de/user/106663589195 | komoot.de/user/280261894979
05/17 Heiner | komoot.de/user/399298564319
May 18 Andree Sadilek | komoot.de/user/229743605430
May 19 espunkt kapunkt | komoot.de/user/52102416230
20.05. erwin | komoot.de/user/982017399835
May 21 BJN | komoot.de/user/519390230912
May 22 Anette | komoot.de/user/215072986915
May 23 Silvia | komoot.de/user/817991639627
May 24 Lutz - Berlin | komoot.de/user/540770624890
25.05. Cornell Paasche | komoot.de/user/74543805484
May 26 Frank from Hönow | komoot.de/user/781238153582
May 27 Kathrin | komoot.de/user/459499716189
28/05 Mandy | komoot.de/user/324056590384
05/29 Olaf 1 / Omega | komoot.de/user/750590984417
May 30 Thomas from EF | komoot.de/user/583434682771
May 31 Lucy Lu | komoot.de/user/706698682525
01.06. Frank Meyer | komoot.de/user/42689717614Here is the link to the overall collection in my profile:
May 11, 2020
Today I met Mandy again in Ludwigsfelde. Together we drove to Kleinmachnow and hiked this little tour planned by Mandy through Kleinmachnow and Berlin-Zehlendorf.Even if there was nothing new for me on this route, it was once again very nice to be on the road with Mandy.
May 6, 2020
Sunday, May 3rd, 2020This tour is a replacement tour for a replacement tour. The planned hike with Mandy could not take place and was postponed. So in the morning I planned a new route, which unfortunately had to be canceled because the Berlin S-Bahn was not running as it should and I therefore missed a connecting train. After some consideration on the platform in Ostkreuz, this tour was planned, which in retrospect was quite nice.The route starts at the Bernau train station near Berlin and leads from here under the railway facilities through the residential area of Bernau-Süd and the Nibelungenviertel to the east. From the end of the settlement it goes seamlessly into the narrow forest area to the end of it on a wind turbine on a field edge. Now it goes between a field with a wind farm and another small piece of forest before turning right into a tree-lined avenue between fields. Approximately half of this avenue is a single bench that I use for the only rest with a clear view of the field in front of me and the noise of an agricultural vehicle in the distance. Somehow it was cozy.
The tree avenue leads directly to Willmersdorf. Here it goes on the street in Willmersdorf past 2 ponds, the strikingly large village church and the volunteer fire brigade. The path that branches off behind the church on the komoot map is unfortunately not a public path and leads to private property. So I decide to go around the village center to get back on my planned route. We continue on a gravel path between fields and a row of trees along the south, then turn left onto a slab path that runs parallel to Willmersdorfer Chaussee to the junction to Weesow.Here I use the Weesower Dorfstraße to Willmersdorfer Chaussee, at the corner of which is the Dorfkirche.
There is a bus stop called 'Kreuzung'. There is an intersection here, but the name 'Church' would be better in my eyes, I think, and continue my way a bit to the north. My goal is the radar tower, but on the way I read something from the war cemetery and walk past a large horse farm and look for it. Not far behind the radar tower is a fenced property with the war cemetery on the right. On the other side of the path is a large field.
Then it goes back to the radar tower and from here past paddocks to the crossroads with the Plattenweg on the sign to Weesow, from which I had turned. On its unpaved continuation, I now continue my way east. Behind the Weesower Luch, which is to the right of the path, Willmersdorfer Straße begins and has reached the urban area of Werneuchen with the Amselhain residential area.The RB25 line is crossed, via Willmersdorfer Straße to Berliner Allee, here to Werneuchen Castle, then via Breite Straße and the next passage on the right to the market, around St. Michael Church and over the Altstadt and Alte streets Bahnhofstrasse will reach Werneuchen station and thus the end of the tour.
May 4, 2020
Tuesday, April 28th, 2020 / Time in motion: 5h: 25mToday Rainer and I were out together again and this time we hiked on the Stiernsee circular route starting and finishing in Gerswalde, Uckermark.Rainer's recording can be seen again on this tour. My recording was mostly good, but at the end 4 km too much was recorded.I already planned the Stiernsee circular route in February 2018, but have never implemented it before. It was probably because Gerswalde can only be reached by bus. However, as we have now been able to determine, there is a good bus connection to Wilmersdorf (Angermünde), where there is a rail connection to RE 3 (every two hours).If someone wants to hike this tour, it should be mentioned that the right stub at Stiernsee does not have to be hiked, since there is no public access to the lake. The same applies to the stub between Stiernsee and Briesen. There are said to be burial mounds that are neither signposted nor recognizable.The small circular route to the Great Briesensee is not part of the Stiernsee circular route. Please note the information in the highlight!Overall, the Stiernsee circular route is a recommended hiking trail through a lonely, hilly landscape with a few small towns. The surface of the path is mostly an old cobblestone street, partly covered with sand and partly with gravel. Rather unsuitable for cyclists.Here is Rainer's tour:
komoot.de/tour/177171388A short tour description follows later ...
April 29, 2020
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