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Sonja und BC Gladis

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About Sonja und BC Gladis

Liebe die Natur... und noch viel mehr in Begleitung meiner Hündin... 'ne superliebe, verrückte Maus. Border Collie, eine Welt zwischen "Genie und Wahnsinn" aber immer ehrlich. Sie zeigt mir die "verwunschenen" Orte, welche ich ohne sie, nie erkundet hätte... meine süße, geliebte Autistin... mein zauberhaftes Mädchen 😍💞

Distance travelled

374 mi

Time in motion

98:32 h

Recent Activity
  1. Sonja und BC Gladis went for a hike.

    about 21 hours ago

    01:57
    8.12 mi
    4.2 mph
    1,000 ft
    1,000 ft
    Frank Senzel, Doris S. and 24 others like this.
    1. Sonja und BC Gladis

      Fantastic tour, perfect to run. However, you should really be careful not to hit the MB trails ... because then sometimes only a brave jump into the undergrowth helps.
      Really worthwhile tour and 100% recommended.
      I decided on a combination of routes 3-7. There are definitely no limits to the possibilities there.
      Check it out !!!

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      • about 20 hours ago

  2. Sonja und BC Gladis went on a Tour.

    2 days ago

    eyekon, Nats and 21 others like this.
    1. Sonja und BC Gladis

      Every year in September we go to the countryside and then we collect what we like.
      When you get home, a door sickness is tied out of it.
      In 2019 even a wren built and brooded its nest in this wreath.Let's see if he comes back in spring ;-)

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      • 2 days ago

  3. Sonja und BC Gladis went for a hike.

    4 days ago

    Frank Senzel, eyekon and 28 others like this.
    1. Sonja und BC Gladis

      The Dosenmoor near Neumünster-Einfeld is considered to be the best preserved Atlantic plateau high moor in Schleswig-Holstein and at the same time the largest raised moor in the eastern hill country. The nature reserve, which was secured by state ordinance in 1981, still has the full and original extent of its size of 521 hectares. This means that the raised bog is still clearly recognizable as such in the landscape today. In addition, standing in the center, you can also experience the clock-glass-shaped bulge of the tree-free high moor, which is raised above the surrounding landscape.Since the 18th century, peat has been used by farmers in the Dosenmoor and the associated continuous, profound drainage of the moor, which is exclusively fed by rainwater, has taken place. The current good state of preservation of the Dosenmoor with a remarkable eight to nine meters of peat thickness in the central area is due to the fact that the industrial peat extraction with large machines only affected the southern part of the Dosenmoor from 1966 to 1976. In this short time alone, around 200,000 cubic meters of peat have been extracted from around 160 Hekar. In large parts of the central plateau, however, the original raised bog surface is still present. In the northern part and in the edge areas (edge slopes), on the other hand, the landscape is characterized by the numerous peat hollows from the time of the rural manual peat digging

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      • 4 days ago

    1. Sonja und BC Gladis

      Agriculturally attractive hike through diverse mixed forests on natural paths.
      Tips: Owl nature experience, NSG Kasseedorfer Teiche, pine enclosure with narrow Bruchtal, Obersee, Toteneissee Kolksee, Stendorfer See and Gut Stendorf.
      Today the time had finally come - planned 8 months ago and postponed again and again.
      A great tour, which is definitely worth it! All hikers who love the lonely nature are in perfect hands here. The lakes invite you to swim and linger.
      More beautiful tours can be found at:
      naturpark-holsteinische-schweiz.de

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      • 5 days ago

  4. Sonja und BC Gladis went for a hike.

    6 days ago

    Morten, Brigitte and 34 others like this.
    1. Sonja und BC Gladis

      It had to be possible to shorten this annoying Rendsburger Landstrasse somehow - at least partially ... it worked !!! After only 482m we went right towards Versuchsgut and whoosh you had left the street behind you. As a highlight, you ended up at the Eider Canal.
      If you want to save the rest of the way on the road in Achterwehr, just turn right into a narrow stroll just after the railroad crossing and then land back on the hiking trail, just before the Eider Bridge.
      I love this tour! There is so much to marvel at and the tranquility in the NSG is simply a dream. The 04:22 hours are due to the heat and the lingering ;-).
      Simply a great tour and absolutely recommendable!

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      • 6 days ago

  5. Sonja und BC Gladis went for a hike.

    7 days ago

    1. Sonja und BC Gladis

      Actually my tour should start in Eutin ... but a max. Parking time of 2 hours would never have covered the circuit around the Great Eutiner See. So, quickly rescheduled and off to the groom's oak in the Dodauer forest.
      Wide, perfectly manageable paths and absolute peace. I only met one person with his two dachshunds.
      A pretty little round that can be easily expanded. The lake in the southwest would be perfect (could catch a wonderful view of it on the way back) 😍.

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      • 7 days ago

  6. Sonja und BC Gladis went for a hike.

    September 6, 2020

    eyekon, Nats and 28 others like this.
    1. Sonja und BC Gladis

      Unfortunately, my highlight (hut and lakes) could not be captured on photos ... Komoot had numerous failures again.
      Otherwise easy to run round which let your gaze wander into the distance. This absolute calm was a dream!

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      • September 6, 2020

  7. Sonja und BC Gladis went for a hike.

    September 5, 2020

    Thomas, eyekon and 25 others like this.
    1. Sonja und BC Gladis

      Really nice round, which you don't really expect. The path at the Molfsee is not accessible when it rains (coming from the west, a sign indicates this - I came from the east). But it still ran pretty well.
      Disadvantage: You can hear the motorway almost continuously.
      To the west of the autobahn there is another magical pond, which is absolutely worth a visit ... unfortunately Komoot once again shone with extensive dropouts and denied me the most beautiful shots.
      Otherwise a really nice, deserted round, where you can relax and Molfsee offers a lot to look at ... just go there!

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      • September 5, 2020

  8. Christine 🐕‍🦺🦮, Fcl and 38 others like this.
    1. Sonja und BC Gladis

      Magical round, which is a little challenge at 30 degrees. There are many opportunities to take a bath on cozy little beaches. The "Schleiwanderweg" directly on the fjord does not live up to its name in terms of running technology - in some cases. Sections are already quite overgrown. Nature offers a variety of resting / seating options, but expected a "hiking trail" to have a bench ready at least occasionally ... Nothing!
      The loop and everything around it is awesome. Fantastic views that invite you to linger.
      Conclusion: highly recommended and absolutely worth seeing!

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      • August 7, 2020

  9. Sonja und BC Gladis went for a hike.

    August 5, 2020

    Gesine 🐕🐕, Gunnarsson and 25 others like this.
    1. Sonja und BC Gladis

      Here, too, there are fantastic paths along the beach and along the steep coast ... Had my "better half" already extremely strained with the NSG, so just have a look here!
      A day on Fehmarn is really worth it!

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      • August 5, 2020

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