Thanks to Komoot we landed in Flögel today and made our way through the moor there. A varied tour over two plank paths. Admittedly, the second path was actually closed, the planks were sometimes missing, the course was wavy and slippery, but we could have a little adventure and we really wanted to go to the Hexentanz-Platz🧙♀️.
And I also ran into Vissel😉
6 days ago
There are actually still a few north trails that we have not yet hiked. Today another section on the Wümme, which we only got to see for a short time. Even if some stretches led directly along the main road, it was a nice tour. The Vareler Heide is a particularly beautiful piece of earth and one can only hope that the IG Vareler Heide will continue to be successful in renaturation.
November 15, 2020
After the weather forecast it was clear to us that this is not the optimal day for a detour to see the cranes at dawn. No sunrise, but a gray monotony in which the cranes standing in the water could only be made out dimly with binoculars.
Nonetheless, it was a unique experience when thousands of geese took off into the sky with a wild roar, accompanied by the singing of the cranes. I did not succeed in taking spectacular photos, I refer to Burkhard's tour, but we have not regretted getting up early. We then went on a short hike to warm up. The moor and the surrounding forests are definitely worth a visit.
If someone is planning tours, the observation towers are closed until the end of November due to Cov19.
November 10, 2020
Hoping for Kratt oaks in the fog and at sunrise, we were already out before dawn. You're on vacation and the hiking woman is slowly mutating into a photo woman.
Unfortunately, the fog left a lot to be desired, so I did something artistically. The old oaks may forgive me.
Then a short detour to the Quelkhorner Moor, in order to then happily enjoy the second breakfast in the warm.
Today I experimented a bit when editing the pictures, but I can't get the correct order with Komoot. Does anyone have any advice for me?
November 9, 2020
Actually we would have wandered through the Feldberg lake landscape in MV today, but Big C thwarted our plans here too. So it was time to reschedule so as not to end up on the sofa completely frustrated. Thanks to Wanderklaus and his newsletter. So we came to the Dehms forest, from which we had not heard anything before. Almost alone in a wide field we were able to enjoy the diversity of autumn colors again.
November 8, 2020