„Am meisten unterscheiden sich Wanderfotos einer Tour immer durch das bestellte Essen.“ F. D. 2020Wer beim Weitwandern keine Podcasts hört, hat die Kontrolle über sein Leben verloren.Wenige Dinge sind so ernüchternd wie ein erreichtes Gipfelkreuz.#iamrunner5
- 03:017.95 mi2.6 mph500 ft425 ft
tl; dr: The first hike after my accident disguised as a village walk with a small ascent over the beautifully designed Way of the Cross to the chapel.In the first hour the weather was still hot like summer, then unfortunately it changed into continuous rain, which forced us to take a long break in the komoot again and again and thus conjured up a star-shaped route that never happened and probably also shifted the average speed.When the sun came out again at the Kneipp facility, exciting impressions were created by the rising mist from the shallow water.The way back was both poorly described and signposted, which is why we walked on a side street, which I wasn't so enthusiastic about.All in all, a decent distance came together without my shoulder having set off fireworks.
5 days ago
After trying Freefall from my bike last week, I am now able to enjoy the landscape several times a day in the 3rd order patient garden.It's really nice there and also has the usual motifs such as architecture, water and flowers, but that's nothing for long-distance hikers.I now claim to walk the Altmühlpanoramaweg in September, I can tick it off and otherwise the next big sports program will probably be rehabilitation.I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the very capable trauma surgeons and the good care, thanks to which I will be able to return home soon.Always wear a helmet like me!
August 24, 2020
I had the task of planning a simple tour for a volunteer group in the Partnach Gorge and had to ensure beforehand that we would not take the bus from the train station to the gorge so that it would become a hike at all.The plan then saw to use the steep farm road left in front of the gorge to stop for lunch directly in the high district at the "Hanneslabauer" inn. I already knew the location and knew that excursion groups come here who expect and want to pay for the school campground level, so I was the only one who wasn't disappointed.Then we wanted to descend behind the Kaiserschmarrnalm and walk back through the gorge, but a sign on the Graseck indicated that due to Corona, the gorge can only be accessed from the side of the village.Luck in misfortune, because we use the opportunity to cross the gorge over the "Iron Bridge" and return laterally to the starting point of the gorge on the lower hiking trail, then hiked through it (everyone was very enthusiastic) and then turned around at the group of cairns to make a nice loop on the "Hohen Weg", which then took us back to the ski jump over the toboggan run. With more time, one could have returned to Garmisch more beautifully for 1 1/2 hours above the road.So it turned out to be a few stately, varied kilometers and despite the closure, no route had to be taken twice.
August 16, 2020
The tour is probably already known to everyone in Munich with a passion for hiking, but I hadn't dared to do it before. Today I wanted to sound out my stand. In terms of stamina, everything is OK, technically I had quite a problem, often slipped or set my sticks incorrectly. Therefore, the sometimes very steep path demanded a lot from me, but apart from various bubbles, I have no damage to complain about.
August 9, 2020
The tour largely followed the suggestion of MonacoTrail (komoot.de/user/monacotrail) in the opposite direction. I have already circled the Wörthsee twice and today, so lusciously green, I got to know the circular route anew.This time, however, I branched northwest into the forests to reach the Ammersee, which according to the network of paths can actually be walked around, but some parts were so muddy that I was not yet stopped, but then also under water and on the bank side in the private property that I had to accept a few detours. According to the map, a large part of the east side runs very close to the water, but is a protected and heavily overgrown area in summer, so I could only guess at the water.In Herrsching there was again a lot of vacation and after a refreshment at "Nefis" and an ice cream at "Riva" (both in Seestrasse) we took the S-Bahn back to the starting point and parking lot at Steinebach station.
July 21, 2020
I discovered the tour with Tobi: (komoot.de/user/405015629636), who can admit that he hadn't come at all.Instead of S-Bahn (I am looking at MonacoTrail), I became unfaithful to my own ideals and went by car, because 3 hours driving time and Corona care were good counter arguments.The path began unspectacularly and angled several dirt roads before going up and down into the Mangfall valley.Unfortunately, I had relied on the recommended Mangfall Alm, which was just closed for business, but nothing except tap water. The precipitation of the last few days has turned the actually most beautiful section through the forest along the river into a disgusting mud bog, which one cannot escape for geological reasons (the water runs down the slope practically everywhere) or should (protection of sensitive biotopes). When I carelessly sank my foot to over my ankle in the mud, the mood was rather so moderate.Back at the "Kreuzstrasse" station I drove to the next town to have a mobile network for a stop-over and finally decided to go to Holzkirchen, which offered a nice town center and various dining options for strengthening.
July 19, 2020
Note: The tour starts at the mountain station. As of 07/2020: A protective mask is required for the gondola ride. Ascent and descent approx. € 24. Last descent 5 p.m.If I had known that I needed a mountain railway for the tour, I would have done the hike in the morning. I had 3 hours until the last descent and the predicted onset of the thunderstorm and depending on the fitness level selected, the hike should take over 3 hours.I don't want to say that I almost ran up high, but I forced the few hikers who were still ascending to the Wildseeloderhaus and sometimes looked and showered.The view of the lake was all worth it - as if painted. Instead of close to the shore, I took a steeper, higher path to the summit cross.The path then became very demanding due to slippery scree, narrow paths or practically nonexistent "steps" to get higher.Shortly after a group of local ladies, whom I had a better view of when climbing because of the colorful clothing than the cross itself, released the summit, I also reached it and was pretty blown away due to the storm that was coming.It went downhill on a steep path until I met a group of sheep who were half asleep and made no move to clear the way. But frightening seemed too risky to me, so I tried to shimmy past them with my sticks, slipped away several times and really brought restlessness to the herd.On a steep wall on the left and a view of the lake on the right, we quickly went down to the hut before I started the return journey with the first drops of rain without a break, but kept taking breaks like a thirsty person.On the further descent, several locals passed me without much luggage at the trail run pace and made it clear to me that my fitness level is still to be toped and / or not to be trifled with thunderstorms in the mountains.At 4.45 p.m. I was back at the valley station and had managed my personal race.After a short Google search, I celebrated this in the nearby “Laurens & Lena” café, which offered very creative ice cream sundaes and many other hearty and sweet dishes apart from the standard Alpine menu.While I was drinking my cappuccino, the now black sky opened all the gates, blew advertising signs and table decorations away, released lightning and thunder and later washed over the meadows so much that the water flowed onto the roads via the cycle path and the cars passed through were meters high Had fountains created.When I got back to my accommodation and picked up the involuntarily bathed clothes from the balcony, a double rainbow opened - if that wasn't a worthy end to my vacation week, I don't know either.
July 10, 2020
Note: Derived from this tour: "To the mountain lakes - dream panoramic tours near St. Johann in Tirol" (komoot.de/tour/89959919), but the upper mountain lake Angerer Alm is probably the whole summer of 2020 closed due to construction work.It was actually clear today. 2:00 p.m. comes the thunderstorm, so make the last planned tour beforehand. At the breakfast table, however, a new collection of the region washed into my feed and I also noted the tour linked above. The weather forecast now predicted the rainfall only at 5 p.m., so I had to decide what to do first and chose the tour on site because I didn't need a car.So I walked along local roads for a long time when the weather was already humid, until my motivation and condition were put to the test on a forest road that serves as a toboggan run in winter, which was also the only remarkable thing about it.Since the Gasthof Hirschberg looked inviting, I took a break after an hour and treated myself to a refreshment.Then came a pleasant path through the forest, very curious cows that scared me and a mountain biker a little, the Bassgeigeralm and then the Müllneralm, where my Iphone shut down due to overheating. My protest of what to say didn't help, so I clamped it on my water bottle to cool it and after a few minutes, announcements came out of my headphones.According to the signpost, it was only 5 (!) Minutes away from the larger and more beautiful mountain lake when a large board announced that extensive construction work was taking place and the entire area was closed. I didn't understand why you couldn't write it down below and grumbled the detour until I could reschedule the route to reach Schlosserbergsee. It was bigger than the reservoir of the first day, but somehow unspectacular.There was another very nice section with coniferous forest floor, but I had no real desire to finish the round in town and therefore changed the route to my accommodation.
July 10, 2020
- 02:346.03 mi2.3 mph1,550 ft1,525 ft
Note: Parking € 3.00, from 3 p.m. € 1.50. Only cash, no bills, no exchange options. If you follow my tour, the descent of the last half hour is on a very steep marked hiking trail that komoot does not have in the maps. Otherwise twice as long, but safely, via the commercial route. The crossing is signposted.In the afternoon, tour 2 over the wonderful Grießbachklamm. I literally collect gorge hiking trails and still didn't know anything about them until I saw them in the tourist brochure and it turned out to be one of the most beautiful so far.What was special for me was that the path was very close to the water, not far up in the rock and the jetties unsecured to the water, which increased the thrill a little, but did not seem as confined as is the case with such tours .After I had passed the magnificent artificial waterfall, I went up through the forest without an encounter on the pulsating Jägersteig until you came out on the Angerlalm and had a great panoramic view. I came here as the only and probably the last guest of the evening and ordered the highly praised Kaiserschmarrn.Fortunately it was not the best in the world, otherwise it would have had to go up there now. My favorite continues to be unbeaten in the Vorderkaser snack bar in Lofer (with fresh berries!).The path continued gently with a final ascent to the Huberkreuz, before the descent began on economic paths. Here you would also have the opportunity to branch off the Huberalm. From a culinary point of view, no major differences are likely to be expected.As described above as a tip, I then no longer followed the suggested route, but took the steep, but fortunately not slippery, descent through the forest and thus saved 30 minutes. Only I would have liked to have my sticks with me, it went down on my knees.With the orange evening sun I reached the hiking parking lot and refueled on my way home for € 1.04 (Super E5).
July 9, 2020