🚵 ℗e⚚e® 📷

About 🚵 ℗e⚚e® 📷

Ich heiße Peter, wohne im Landkreis Pfaffenhofen, bin jedoch meistens in alpinem Gelände unterwegs, vorzugsweise Tegernsee/Schliersee, aber auch Garmischer Gegend, Vinschgau, Südtirol, Gardasee und vereinzelt Aosta und Finale Ligure. Natürlich habe ich durch die Nähe zu Regensburg und zum Altmühltal auch Alternativen, besonders dann wenn weiter oben noch Schnee liegt. Ich bezeichne mich vorwiegend als Bike-Bergsteiger, da ich auch mal gerne mein Bike zum Gipfel hochtrage. Genauso liebe ich Naturtrails (bis höchstens S3). Fahre derzeit ein Pivot Firebird.Mein Leitweg beim Mountainbiken:
- Gegenseitiger Respekt zwischen Wanderern und Mountsinbikern. Wanderer haben IMMER Vorrang.
- Naturtrails erhalten! Runterschrubben bei blockierter Hinterradbremse geht gar nicht! Ein guter Mountainbiker hinterlässt keine Spuren.
- An sich wachsen, ohne sich zu überschätzen. Ich probiere gerne herausfordernde Stellen zu fahren, aber bin dabei nie alleine. Wenn ich alleine unterwegs bin, steige ich an Stellen die mein Können übersteigen lieber ab bevor ich eine Verletzung riskiere.

Distance travelled

8,780 mi

Time in motion

1451:09 h

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  1. 🚵 ℗e⚚e® 📷 went mountain biking.

    about 18 hours ago

    26.1 mi
    5.0 mph
    3,375 ft
    3,425 ft
    Micha, Adrian and 22 others like this.
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      Nice tour from Naggl to Lindt and over the Fellbach gorge back to the Weissensee.Link to the Relive video:

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      • about 14 hours ago

  2. Gei (ungeimpft), Micha and 39 others like this.
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      Today's tour lasted 9.5 hours and led me to Latschur, the highest peak here around the Weissensee at 2,236 m above sea level. Even higher than the Goldeck, which you can "look down" on from Latschur. From there on foot to the corner wall, first to Almspitz and Kämpen.Once again, carrying bikes and hiking in the mountains was the order of the day. Lonely and meditative. On the whole tour I didn't meet anyone (except then again down by the lake).In the end I still had grains left and took the Naggler Trail with me (surprise for me: I didn't know sectors 7-10 yet!).At the very end there was the “Golden Stone”.Although it was a really nice tour, I can't give you any recommendations, except of course the Naggl-Trail.

      Link to the Relive video:

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      • 2 days ago

  3. 🚵 ℗e⚚e® 📷 went for a hike.

    3 days ago

    4.97 mi
    0.9 mph
    2,075 ft
    2,125 ft
    Birgit Hörmann, Micha and 67 others like this.
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      The hike through the Garnitzenklamm is a must for anyone vacationing in the area!
      We took our time to read the boards (very interesting!), But in the end it was too late for the 4th part of the gorge.
      Sturdy shoes are highly recommended here.

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      • 3 days ago

  4. 🚵 ℗e⚚e® 📷 went mountain biking.

    5 days ago

    13.7 mi
    2.4 mph
    3,975 ft
    4,025 ft
    Rudi, na.ta.shiii and 66 others like this.
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      Nice, recommendable B&B tour to the Golz. I decided on the west ascent, as you can go much further here by bike and at the end only 300 meters altitude and 1 km on foot have to be mastered (for the ascent via the Bodenalm it would be about twice as much).
      Arrived at the summit, you have a very nice all-round view and a grandiose view of the Weissensee. Worth it! But mountaineering boots are an advantage, the last 300 meters altitude are very steep and stony.

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      • 5 days ago

  5. 🚵 ℗e⚚e® 📷 went mountain biking.

    September 14, 2021

    25.3 mi
    4.4 mph
    4,275 ft
    4,250 ft
    1. 🚵 ℗e⚚e® 📷

      Today's circumnavigation of the Weissensee had the subtitle “Chasing your own demons”: Almost exactly one year ago to the day, Athina fell badly on this lap, so that she had to be flown to the clinic by helicopter.To be clear: this time everything went well and we were even spared the puncture that preceded the fall last year. 😅
      (This time Athina also rode her own bike and not the 25 kg e-hardtail from the bike rental shop!)
      About the tour: On the slope  along the north bank, you collect around 500 meters of altitude, which you are not really aware of.On the descent from the Bodenalm down towards Weissensee, we then turned left and took the Naggler Alm with us. By then we had trampled on the 930 HM, we collected the rest of the 1,300 HM on the way to the Naggler Alm.Have a nice round! And those who take the detour to the Naggler Alm can finally reward themselves with one of the three trails to Techendorf. We decided on the Naggler Trail, which we ended up only partially riding (Athina didn't want to challenge her luck too much).Link to the Relive video:

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      • September 14, 2021

  6. 🚵 ℗e⚚e® 📷 went cycling.

    September 8, 2021

    23.0 mi
    4.1 mph
    1,650 ft
    12,825 ft
    1. 🚵 ℗e⚚e® 📷

      Final day of our bike vacation. Today we took it easy and treated ourselves to a few trails and a day ticket for the gondola! 😌
      Result: 500 meters in altitude, but again almost 4,000 meters in altitude. A very nice finale.
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      • September 8, 2021

  7. 🚵 ℗e⚚e® 📷 went on a Tour.

    September 7, 2021

    24.2 mi
    3.1 mph
    6,550 ft
    6,425 ft
    Micha, Stefan and 83 others like this.
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      Today's tour went to the Latzfonser Kreuz, 2,000 meters of altitude that were driven or pushed (sometimes, for once, no carrying). The highlight is the small pilgrimage church on Latzfonser Kreuz, which is one of the highest in Europe (at 2,310 meters above sea level). Then there is a 1,700 meter downhill and 19 km long descent of varying difficulty (S1 to S3).Link to the Relive video:

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      • September 7, 2021

  8. 🚵 ℗e⚚e® 📷 went on a Tour.

    September 6, 2021

    15.7 mi
    2.4 mph
    4,900 ft
    4,875 ft
    Ben John (RP), Micha and 103 others like this.
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      Collecting meters and gondolas was yesterday, today we went back to our actual favorite activity: bike mountaineering. Step up, if that no longer works then push, if that no longer works then carry.
      Our goal: through the rose garden to the Rifugio Passo Príncipe, over the Passo Antermoia, to the Lago di Antermoia and back over Masarousa. The tour rounded off a nice S3 trail.Link to the Relive video:

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      • September 7, 2021

  9. 🚵 ℗e⚚e® 📷 went on a Tour.

    September 5, 2021

    36.4 mi
    5.3 mph
    2,625 ft
    17,750 ft
    Micha, SvenCroy and 84 others like this.
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      Today's Sella Ronda was a guided tour around the Sella Stock. The focus was on downhill and the goal was to drive as many qualitative meters as possible on challenging trails.
      We were a group of 10 drivers including 2 guides.
      The height meters we climbed amounted to approx. 800, the rest we managed with gondolas and chairlifts. The depth meters we drove, however, amounted to 5,400, which is very strenuous with the appropriate driving style, and we already let it go right.There were a few minor falls among the participants (one managed to fly off 5 times 😂) - luckily we were spared - and a few mishaps. Here it hit me with a punch towards the end.Conclusion: an exhausting, technically demanding round with some steep climbs and a breathtaking panorama that is anything but gentle on the material!
      Absolutely recommended, but bike control on trails up to S3 is absolutely necessary!
      Link to the Relive video:

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      • September 5, 2021

  10. 🚵 ℗e⚚e® 📷 went mountain biking.

    September 4, 2021

    29.9 mi
    5.3 mph
    2,400 ft
    13,975 ft
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      The challenge of the Trail Hunt Val Gardena (or "dumpling hunt", because of the famous South Tyrolean bacon dumplings) is to plan the tour yourself and to reach the 5 checkpoints and 4 challenge points as quickly as possible. You can also use the surrounding gondolas.
      The trails are mixed, sometimes up to S3, but also a lot of family and jump lines.
      Frank and I were the last to start but were pretty good at the beginning. Unfortunately, we had a larger plate with two holes at Frank's, who just didn't want to leak, and a creeping flat tire with me, so that I had to pump again and again. That cost us quite a bit of time and if the sealing milk had run out, we would even have had to stop.
      But in the end it worked again. It even got a pretty good result and in the group of over 50s we were even the fastest. But we were just glad we made it through!
      Incidentally, the organizers were the “lawn mowers” and the Challenge Points were looked after by various sponsors.A super organized event and great fun!Link to the Relive video with the wild trials and tribulations:relive.cc/view/vJOK253Mgwv

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      • September 4, 2021

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