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  1. Micha und Willy, Anja and 26 others like this.
    1. Mo

      The start and finish of today's hike were in Plön. The first stage led me to the circular hiking trail on Lake Four. In the meantime, an aged Nordic Walker let me share in his life story. After all, he was still relatively good on foot with his lamentable ailments. Impressive such a will and courage to live. Chapeau🥂 At Lake Four I had the encounter with a real Highlander (not the Lambert) bull who was shuffling in the middle of the unfenced pasture. We looked into each other's eyes and knew something was going wrong. What the hell. So we went our way again. From Lake Four I went to what I thought was the more beautiful bank of Lake Suhr, in order to end up on a path embedded between fields to Niederkleevez. I now followed the circular walk on Dieksee.

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      • January 26, 2020

  2. Mo went for a hike.

    January 19, 2020

    Sonja und BC Gladis, Anja and 21 others like this.
    1. Mo

      Writing texts on your smartphone is really exhausting at Komoot. So it's shared.
      Moors have always had a magical attraction for me. And there was no stopping the weather forecast. Bordesholm was the starting and ending point of the hike. At Bordesholmer See (approx. 5 km circular route) I was greeted by all kinds of flying and water birds embedded in a beautiful early morning ambience. Passing the tranquil village of Mühlbrock, I turned onto the circular hiking trail (approx. 8 km, both trails are well signposted and provided with enough rest facilities) of Lake Einfeld with, among other things, the Einfeld ski jump. The encounters with very nice people aroused my curiosity to explore the two different banks.

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      • January 19, 2020

  3. Mo went for a hike.

    December 27, 2019

    Sonja und BC Gladis, Micha and 27 others like this.
    1. Mo

      A lot has already been written about the Windebyer Noor. And so I was drawn back to Eckernförde. Once there, I was greeted with "sprinkles". Mess, cursed. But that was only short-lived - As predicted, it was dry from the Windebyer Noor circular route. I also attached the Kochendorf-Osterby circular route (around 8 km) on this tour. To get there I followed the remains of the Easter Wall🙄 The knowledge is not derived from passing by, but from the information boards. This circular route largely leads past fields and thus provided variety. In Osterby I did not use the carpoolfahr (Photo No .: 41)
      The numerous signs will provide you with sufficient information about the origins of the Noor and the flora and fauna. Many benches and covered places line the "Noorer circular route". Due to the weather, the natural hiking trail was already very soft on some passages. Still a clear recommendation.

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      • December 27, 2019

  4. Mo went for a bike ride.

    December 26, 2019

    Gunnarsson, Sonja und BC Gladis and 9 others like this.
    1. Mo

      Oh you happy ... that's how I imagined it. The outlook on the weather app actually looked very good. So when I was cycling I hoped to get some rest from the gluttony. Unfortunately, I was forced to make my first pit stop at the start. We finally started with a borrowed bike. The upper locks were opened after a short time. Time to change to weatherproof clothing. Didn't really pay off, however, because rain and dry phases alternated constantly. In order not to be baked out from the inside, I completely did without rainwear and let the short "showers" endure me. My current need for outside activity was finally met after the chain first came loose and my hands were messed up, and later the tension belt got caught in the derailleur gears. Apart from that, everything was fine and I am well prepared for the upcoming menu😊

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      • December 26, 2019

  5. Mo went for a hike.

    December 19, 2019

    Gunnarsson, To and 22 others like this.
    1. Mo

      Surprise, surprise. I didn't know what to expect and ... wasn't disappointed. There is a lot to see in Gettorf and especially in Eckernförde. But also along the paths I passed the Augustenhof and Borghorst estates with their beautiful mansions and also the "Schloss" Noer. In addition, the wonderful panorama on or below the cliffs. In this respect there was variety. On a stretch of beach I ran into a young guy who went to bed. Truly strange. From a distance, however, it looked more like an excavation site.The forest paths were already very soft in places. You can see that in the leather and the pants. However, apart from both cities, many sections of asphalt were not included.So now I'm enjoying a foot bath😊 and thinking about where I'm going next.

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      • December 19, 2019

  6. Thomas Grams, Ralf and 18 others like this.
    1. Mo

      Experience history. It was too late for hiking, so the old bike was activated again. To anticipate, a great tour if the climatic conditions allow it. But one after anonther. This tour takes you to various cultural assets. Hagen Castle in Probsteierhagen, the naval memorial in Laboe, the "Kultur-Pub" Lutterbecker, the Krokauer windmill, the Schönberger Strand museum station, the Salzau castle and much more, to name a few. The culture route is designed for 58 km. I had to go to Stoltenberg. One is actually on well-developed bicycle paths or on secondary routes or agricultural paths. On the tour you can stop at many locations in season. So basically. everything great.
      The smoothness made the tour much more difficult. Driving slowly costs more power and ends in pitch darkness on a soapy surface. Truly no pleasure. I'm going to relax with a Pinot Noir

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      • December 13, 2019

  7. Mo went for a hike.

    December 10, 2019

    Gunnarsson, Ralf and 12 others like this.
    1. Mo

      Today we went first through the animal enclosure Tannenberg to Levensauer high bridge. Okay, I'm admittedly not secure. In this respect, my absolute highlight was already at the beginning of the tour in front of me. In any case, it was worth the "hard work" for the building.
      About beautiful ways I came to the former lock of the old Eider Canal and followed the (very muddy) but beautifully embedded hiking trail to the NOK. Also today I visited the estate Knoop (you can now buy Christmas trees). The highlights were the former MFG 5 area with a very nice view of the Kiel Fjord, the Kiel-Holtenau lighthouse, the Tiessenkai and the Kiel-Holtenau lock in front of me, before the ferry Adler 1 again translated me to the other side of the canal. Many thanks to all "Komootlern" for suggesting this hike.

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      • December 10, 2019

  8. Gunnarsson, Ralf and 11 others like this.
    1. Mo

      The beauty is often within reach. So today I moved along the Lanker See across the Feldmark to the Alte Schwentine or the Postsee and ended up in the Schusterstadt again. The corner is very scenic.In the NSG Robustins are often used as four-legged landscape care. These useful animals are on top of that pretty to look at.Sufficient seating is offered on this circuit. Most roads are also suitable for cyclists.Unfortunately, the app has again drawn paths that did not exist in reality. So I was able to sharpen the sense of orientation a little bit in between

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      • December 9, 2019

  9. corry81, Gunnarsson and 10 others like this.
    1. Mo

      Walking towards the sun is already something nice. And all the better, if December offers such conditions😊
      In Danish Nienhof we went to the cliff. On the section up to Stohl I enjoyed a breathtaking view over the Baltic Sea and over the miles of beaches. If you do not like the altitude, you can also "torment" over the beach. There is no way around Stohl. In addition to the Bülker lighthouse is a location that is well visited in the summer months due to the good location. I left the Olympia Center in Schilksee on the left in order to reach scenic areas. From Altenholz I left the E1 to stop by the estate Knoop. The Kiel Canal is only a stone's throw away. With the smallest and free ferry of the North you can translate to the other side of the canal. A great view of the locks in Holtenau is included. Not to be missed👍

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      • December 5, 2019

  10. Mo went for a hike.

    November 30, 2019

    Bettina, Gunnarsson and 12 others like this.
    1. Mo

      En garde! Prete? Allez! Several centuries ago I might not have been able to start this tour because I lost the duel in the duel. But so it drew me from the Advent Festivity on the tower hill castle to the observation tower "Hessenstein". If I disregard the rather soapy running and the joke-hunting company, it was a perfect hike in glorious sunshine. The picturesque landscapes have quickly forgotten the little annoyances. On the lookout tower "Hessenstein" I had a great view of the Baltic Sea and the surrounding countryside. From Darry you enter grazing areas where cattle of impressive size were relishing grazing. Past the Froschkonzertlaube, this time of year, we went directly to the Ice Age Museum without much quacking (eiszeitmuseum.de)
      The lack of supply of something hearty on the medieval area was unfortunately to complain

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      • November 30, 2019

Mo’s Tour Stats

Distance686 mi
Time130:05 h