New Years Walk 2022.A nice loop through a lot of forest and a bit of heather. The last 2-3 km were just incredibly beautiful, in a partially flooded forest.Particularly suitable for hikers who want to get used to longer tours, there were an incredible number of benches and two shelters.
January 2, 2022
Off to the mammoth march!
My first organized hike ... no, it was a march. 🤦♀️ Everyone goes at their own pace, yes, yes. And yet I let myself be pulled by the group and was a little faster than usual.
Hanover, as a green city, was well presented by this route. And the organizer is great, thank you very much for this great event.
November 7, 2021
After my big stamp tour in the Harz Mountains on Friday, casual walking and a visit to Cafe Zeit were just the thing.We started from the relocated "Wanderparkplatz" between Lachtehausen and Altencelle. On the right side of the road we went to the beautiful half-timbered town of Celle. Since this distance of 5 km is rather short for me and a coffee was planned, I left my backpack at home today. From Celle we went back to the starting point on the other side of the Aller.A great Sunday tour! Total relaxation. Also suitable as a walk around. 🐶
September 19, 2021
Big round of punches! One of the most beautiful of my Harz tours so far.From the Ilsenburg hiking car park we went through Ilsetal on the Heinrich Heine Weg along the Ilse (highly recommended!) To the first stamping point Bremer Hütte.
Then we went to the Great Zeterklippe (thanks to enough wind I could hear its creaking). On the way there, I “took” the stamp beech with me.
Then we went back to Ilsenburg in a serpentine line. Past the Molkenhausstern and Ferdinandstein. The Wolfsklippe is currently closed. However, the stamp box is offset on the way there, so that I could also use the stamp there.Then we went to a stop at the Waldgasthaus Plessenburg. :-) Coffee and delicious cakes. Well strengthened I went on the last 6km, while I looked at the Paternoster cliff and stamped the last stamp of the day on the Ilsestein.
September 17, 2021
Today I hiked my first stage on the E1.
It went from Müden (Örtze) to Dehningshof.
The first thing I found in Müden was an everyday person. 😊
On the first half of my tour we went through a forest, almost always near the Örtze to Hermannsburg. Due to hunger, I hiked through the town center (not through the Örtzepark) and strengthened myself.
At the end of the village, the hiking trail leads directly over the area of the riding club and there was a riding tournament today. The very smartly dressed horse people looked at me strangely in my somewhat inappropriate outfit. 😂 It doesn't matter, I followed my path, afterwards it led directly over a riding stables, only the horses were looking.The second half brought me a tourist highlight: the Misselhofer Heide. I was totally enchanted by the many lilacs, the loud hum of the bees and the scent. However, I will avoid the heather bloom weekend in the future. Firstly, it is incredibly crowded and secondly, it is loud like in an amusement park. People chat and discuss ... There should be a lot of people coming, we need tourism ... Perhaps signs should be put up on such hiking trails that you are in nature and that peace and quiet is appropriate. Bad enough that it doesn't seem to work without signs. Ashamed of others 🤦♀️After the impressive heather areas we went away from the circular hiking trails through a mixed forest with many small heather areas to the hiking car park.A really nice hike on predominantly nature trails, very little asphalt, forest, heather and refreshment stops in Hermannsburg. TOP!
September 4, 2021