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    1. Sebi-P.

      Start at the car park: Directions B2 Krün - Mittenwald opposite the campsite near shooting range.From the parking lot you first follow a forest road to the east, the Seinsbachtal uphill. After about 1 km turn right, follow the path and cross the Seinsbach for the first time over a nice little bridge. Follow the path and turn sharp left at the Aschaukapelle towards Aschaualm. The alp is left left for the Jägersteig, which is always followed straight along alpine meadows and waterfalls through a shady mountain forest. In the upper course of the Jägersteig goes back into a forest, which leads eastward to the Vereineralm. There, the water reserves can be filled at a well before it goes left in front of the hut on alpine meadows an ever steeper climb only uphill on the Soiernspitze. Above, however, one is rewarded for the strenuous climb with a magnificent view, limited only by the Karwendel to the south, on Wetterstein Mountains, Estergebirge, Voralpenland the Soiernkessel and various Voralpenseen.After the Soiernspitze, follow the summit degree westwards to the Schöttelkarspitze with a detour to the end of the Lahnspitz and the Feldkopf. If you want to save a few extra meters, you can shorten here and descend directly to Schöttelkarspitze or Seinskopf, Signalhead and Lausberg. However, worth the detour to the Schöttelkarspitze, here, however, something must be scrambled from the field cross, but not difficult. Nevertheless, the road requires sure-footed and free from giddiness. From the Schöttelkarspitze you have a wonderful view of the path covered, the Soiernkessel and the Soiernspitze.From the Schöttelkarspitze you go back to the cross of the field for about 500 m and follow the path westwards in the direction of Seinskopf and at the next crossroads (Schafkehre) choose the way uphill (who runs parallel to the slope - saves the Seinskopf). From Seinskopf follow the path slightly left to Signalalkopf. Here, the summit cross about 10 vertical meters can be erkraxelt crampons. Attention: Sure-footedness and a head for heights are urgently needed.From now on it goes steeply downhill to Lausberg, on which a trigonometric point is embedded and from here even steeper in countless hairpin bends down the hill until after a while on the forest road of Seinsbach Valley. This way is always followed straight to the parking lot (who wants to can follow the trail in the first right turn in the Seinsbachklamm - you come to the Seinsbach bridge from the beginning, then turn right and back to the forest road).The tour lasts about 8 hours with sporty hiking without breaks. Plenty of water and food is required. The tour should only be done in good physical condition, as well as a head for heights and sure-footedness. Be sure to check the weather conditions beforehand - not recommended for thunderstorms and rain. Respect flora and fauna. Nothing is taken, garbage is not left behind.

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      • August 20, 2019

  2. Sebi-P. planned a mountain bike ride.

    August 13, 2019

    40.9 mi
    5.9 mph
    5,500 ft
    5,475 ft
    1. Sebi-P.

      The classic Karwendel round - but starting in Hinterriß. This has, among other things, several advantages:If you start from Munich, you will save yourself in the morning the traffic chaos around Garmisch. Furthermore, you are at noon in the Isarauen / Riedboden, where you can make beautiful lunch with homemade bread. Then it goes freshly starched the long climb to the Karwendelhaus up, where the rest of the afternoon with coffee on the terrace can be spent until late afternoon. Now lies the Karwendeltal and for the descent the small Ahornboden in the most beautiful evening light.Be sure to start early for the tour. There are various wells to fill the water bottles, e.g. Vereiner Alm and on the ascent to the Karwendelhaus. In Hinterriß one can refresh oneself at the parking lot after geschaffter tour still in the Rissbach - not everyone's thing!

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      • August 13, 2019

  3. Sebi-P. went mountain biking.

    August 11, 2019

    42.4 mi
    8.1 mph
    5,475 ft
    5,250 ft
  4. Sebi-P. went mountain biking.

    August 4, 2019

    29.3 mi
    8.2 mph
    4,750 ft
    4,725 ft
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  5. Sebi-P. planned a mountain bike ride.

    August 2, 2019

    1. Sebi-P.

      Good parking in Wörnsmühl. There necessarily warm up briefly, as it goes directly with a short but crisp rise on the beautiful plateau of the Auer Berg with great views. From there you follow some good and easy trails (S0-S1) or good trails steeply downhill to Bad Feilnbach. In Bad Feilnbach am Jenbach turn and follow this to the bridge in Untersteinach. There turn left towards Litzldorf through romantic Upper Bavarian courtyard idyll and orchard meadows. In Litzldorf behind the church turn right, always along the eastern stream bank, partly very steep uphill. Always follow the better-kept forest path uphill and after a short downhill turn left uphill to the alpine meadows of Walchalm, Hansenalm and Huberalm. Follow the signs to Huberalm / Farrenpoint. The last piece to Farrenpoint is again very steep.
      From the Farrenpoint, return to the crossroads at the beginning of the alpine pastures, keeping sharp left and choosing the less visible path to the Jenbachtal (good exit, S0 - S1). Cross the Jenbach and then sharp left onto the bike path towards Wirtsalm. Leave these on the right and possibly top up the water bottles at an alpine fountain at the end of the valley, before continuing steeply uphill on the right and continuing straight on. At the highest point continue straight (not to the Steingrabener Alm), the next turn left into the valley to Elbach. Turn left and immediately right into Kirchstraße and follow this straight on to Fischbachau. After a short downhill turn right to Achatswies and follow the road to Leitzach. After crossing the brook, always north on changing banks follow the signs to Wörnsmühl.

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      • August 5, 2019

  6. Sebi-P. planned a road ride.

    June 28, 2019

    27.2 mi
    13.5 mph
    1,225 ft
    575 ft
  7. Sebi-P. went mountain biking.

    June 5, 2019

    26.8 mi
    7.9 mph
    3,350 ft
    3,300 ft
    1. Sebi-P.

      From Km 18 to Km 20.5 sometimes difficult trail to leave. In case of uncertainties, take the Via di Starda on Monte Luco on the right. Between km 35.2 and km 35.7 also a demanding trail when driving off.

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      • June 5, 2019

  8. Sebi-P. went mountaineering.

    June 3, 2019

    9.88 mi
    2.3 mph
    2,350 ft
    2,325 ft
  9. Sebi-P. planned a hike.

    June 2, 2019

    7.86 mi
    1.8 mph
    2,200 ft
    2,225 ft
    1. Sebi-P.

      From Anciolina good condition, sure-footedness and a head for heights necessary. On the descent the path is insufficiently marked! For this, first follow a mountain bike trail, look for the crossing of a road for red arrows and only pass the stream from a forest road!

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      • June 3, 2019

  10. Sebi-P. went mountain biking.

    June 2, 2019

    24.0 mi
    8.8 mph
    2,700 ft
    2,675 ft

Sebi-P.’s Tour Stats

Distance169 mi
Time29:38 h