Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽



About Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽

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Gehe seit kurzem gerne Wandern und am liebsten immer wieder neue ⛰

Distance travelled

366 mi

Time in motion

172:47 h

Recent Activity
  1. Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽 went for a hike.

    September 19, 2020

    5.35 mi
    1.4 mph
    2,800 ft
    2,825 ft
    Büchi 🤠, Heidi Hurtig and 12 others like this.
    1. Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽

      It is a white / blue tour (only for experienced) but except for 3-4 short places where you still need your hands to be easy to manage.
      The first 2/3 of the route is a normal white / red alpine path that is definitely worth it because you always have a great, varied view.
      Super nice environment !!

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      • 7 days ago

  2. Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽 went mountaineering.

    September 15, 2020

    9.86 mi
    1.9 mph
    3,475 ft
    3,700 ft
    Andrea, Heribert and 9 others like this.
    1. M⛰rkus

      Very cool mountain and took mega pictures Bilder

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      • September 17, 2020

  3. Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽 went for a hike.

    September 4, 2020

    M⛰rkus, Alex and 11 others like this.
    1. Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽

      Since this summer I have been able to observe my country several times through my new passion (hiking) from above - simply fantastic!
      Wonderful never-ending, different environments and impressions. Mysterious paths and always great surprises, just like this tour.
      Since it had already snowed very far down and the path would be far too dangerous, I had to hold out for another 3 days until the snow on the Panüler has receded a little.
      At 6:30 am we went from Nenzinger Himmel on hiking trails to the Hirschsee in wonderful weather. Then very steeply uphill (Spusagang) to the Oberzalimscharte (2230m) and from there over the Straßensteig to the Panülerkopf. In the end I got into the snow. Concentrated running was the order of the day, as you usually have to climb the wall, where you have to climb vertically up to 800 meters.
      When you arrive at the top of the Pnüler, you can enjoy a wonderful view far over Lake Constance and perpendicular to the Hirschsee (about 1000 meters in altitude). Extraordinary and simply a tremendous view.
      I could also see my next destination, the Schesaplana, in the distance. After a short break, we continued over the Mannheimer Hütte, the Brandner Glacier and over the barren area with glacier lakes up to the Schesaplana. The path is not exactly inviting, but it also has its own charm. When I arrived at the top, I was surprisingly 😊 not alone. But this is well known because hundreds of hikers come over the Totalp hats every day!
      Nevertheless, as a Vorarlberger, you should have been to the Schesaplana at least once in your life.
      After a short drink break, we went back down and across country to Schafsloch (2713).
      From there a wonderful, demanding, hundreds of meters secured path went straight through the wall of the Salaruelkopf. Many meters of steel cables were installed here and you can see Switzerland the whole time - Schesaplana Hut deep below you, until you finally reach the Chlei Furgga Salarueljoch (2245m).
      Now only through the beautiful Salarueltal out over the Alpe Pnül and back into Gamperdona.
      When I arrived there, I was still able to marvel at the red shining panülerkopf in the evening light.
      Another unforgettable, not to be missed day came to an end!

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      • September 6, 2020

  4. Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽 went mountaineering.

    September 3, 2020

    6.50 mi
    1.8 mph
    2,225 ft
    2,200 ft
    M⛰rkus, Anneliese and 7 others like this.
  5. Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽 went for a hike.

    September 1, 2020

    8.17 mi
    2.2 mph
    3,850 ft
    3,825 ft
    Kaiser Paul, Car🌼la and 11 others like this.
    1. Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽

      A nice little tour and in August on fresh snow
      On the tour there was fog and light snowfall.
      The paths were a little slippery but not icy.
      The landlord at the Pfälzerhütte was pleased that he saw someone again after 4 days and was accordingly very talkative.
      In addition, he had a violent thunderstorm that night so that the entire power went out in his hut.
      Before the repair can be done, someone has to come up from the valley.
      It was not surprising that I did not have a wide view from the summit, just an eerie silence!The environmental conditions were completely new to me and again indescribable.

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      • September 1, 2020

  6. Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽 went for a hike.

    August 26, 2020

    13.3 mi
    1.8 mph
    6,100 ft
    6,125 ft
    Andrea, Günter Flegar and 12 others like this.
    1. Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽

      The route was first Mohnenfluh and then to Braunarlspitze.
      Unfortunately on the Mohnenfluhsattel there was an extremely strong wind and had to end the day.
      On the descent the wind died down and I was finally able to tackle the Braunarlspitze.
      All in all, it was still a successful day.

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      • August 28, 2020

  7. Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽 went for a hike.

    August 15, 2020

    Kaiser Paul, Heribert and 3 others like this.
  8. Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽 went for a hike.

    August 7, 2020

    17.8 mi
    1.9 mph
    8,250 ft
    8,250 ft
    M⛰rkus, Car🌼la and 22 others like this.
    1. Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽

      The circular route took me up to the Marwess ridge and summit 2065m down to the Fählensee 1350m - Altmansattel 2368m - Lisengrat - Säntis - Altenalp and back to Wasserauen.I started Martina's beautiful tour on my mobile phone komoot.de/tour/227731782
      But on the way to the Bogartenlücke I met a lovely family who also recommended the Marwess to me.
      I didn't want to skip that, and then turned up there without further ado. Great view of the Seealpsee and an all-round view of the Alpstein!
      But then wanted to continue my planned tour of Martina and had to go far back and down.
      In wonderful weather except on the Säntis there was a little fog, the tour in the Alpstein was a very varied and wonderful day.
      great ridge paths, lakes, peaks, rugged rocky worlds with deep holes, flowery meadows, steep walls, tunnels, snow fields, many beautiful Alps, ...
      and the summit of the Säntis is something else. Up there I enjoyed my apple on a small ledge. Well ...
      In the end, the steep path to Seealpsee was a little tough. Every step went into the already burning thighs and the stressed knees
      Not only my feet but also my watch had left 33.7km and 2730m altitude behind it.
      The Alpstein is a completely different mountain world than in our Ländle and has its own charm.
      But many other people also know that.

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      • August 9, 2020

  9. Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽 went for a hike.

    July 30, 2020

    7.39 mi
    2.0 mph
    3,700 ft
    3,550 ft
    Simon1412, Car🌼la and 7 others like this.
    1. Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽

      Wanted to do a Valluga lap over the kickstand.
      !! Way over the kickstand is blocked !!
      Even if you don't never take a train, you can quickly reach the top of the Alpe Rauz at over 2,800m.
      Yes, this must also be done in summer.

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      • July 30, 2020

  10. Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽 went for a hike.

    July 28, 2020

    M⛰rkus, Simon1412 and 9 others like this.
    1. Fr😊nz immr ufe 🧗🏽

      So that I don't get in the way of the upcoming thunderstorm I start with the car at 5:15 and can start the tour at 6:30.
      No clouds can be seen yet and it should be the hottest day of summer.
      The ascent to the via ferrata goes through beautiful alpine meadows and the not so nice lifts.
      No people are on the way yet, unless I see one on the via ferrata. Wonderful, that means free movement without any traffic jams.
      It is my second via ferrata and I felt a bit queasy when I started.
      After a few meters I had my security and it was a pleasure to be able to climb in this grippy solid rock. The safety ropes were all in excellent condition!
      I was soon on the summit and was rewarded with a great view and a snack.
      Fortunately I couldn't see any storm clouds so I was perfectly caught.
      It went down over the west ridge, which was very demanding for me when climbing. Here you had to climb more intensely and were broken up with 2 wire rope crossings.
      After a while of climbing I came to the end of the via ferrata and there it stood that this western ridge already had the difficulty level C + D.
      Nevertheless, it is manageable and recommendable.
      Then I went to the Warther Horn to cool off in hot temperatures before I started the descent.
      At the end of the short tour, my soul had filled up with satisfaction, satisfaction and happiness.
      The feeling is almost indescribable.

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      • July 28, 2020

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