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About Sascha 🎒

#iamrunner5 #detrashed„Am meisten unterscheiden sich Wanderfotos einer Tour immer durch das bestellte Essen.“ D. F. 2020Wenige Dinge sind so ernüchternd wie ein erreichtes Gipfelkreuz. (Eigenzitat)

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966 mi

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238:18 h

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  1. Sascha 🎒 went for a hike.

    7 days ago

    03:26
    11.9 mi
    3.5 mph
    200 ft
    75 ft
    Andrea, Oliswege and 36 others like this.
    1. Sascha 🎒

      In autumn I wanted to start the new project - converting Munich - and autumn came faster than I thought.On today's World Cleanup Day I had half an appointment to collect and because nothing came of it, I immediately implemented a second project, namely collecting garbage consciously.In the long run it is simply grueling to sweep the same public corridors again and again because there are more bad people than good people in the world. That is why it has been a concern of mine for a long time to set an example and only collect cigarette packets or to-go cups and consistently leave everything else behind.But today I collected masks. FFP2 and surgical, colored, white, old and new. 19 pieces have become. I didn't order that from Universum, but on average one for every kilometer. And hopefully at least half of it has been lost and not thrown away.Photographically I tried to find "trash". Sometimes it worked more, sometimes less. In any case, there are also a few motifs that would otherwise not have made it into the box.About the hike itself: At the beginning on well-known paths (you have to start somewhere) always along the Würm, to my surprise not past Dachau. Sometimes it was pretty boring, sometimes really nice, otherwise it was very late in summer and only a short distance on the road. Once the marked path was plowed away and the continuation was now a private path, which was understandably only marked from the side of the road. A couple of young men on a property wanted to confront me, but I was lost in my podcast and at a quick pace and trudged off without confrontation.I visited the Langwied Lakes for the first time. There were loads of people there, especially in the sunny nudist area that was right on the route. The lousy swimming pool fries and the shandy at the kiosk were the salvation after a 3 hour long hike and the return home was surprisingly easy because an express bus went from Lochhausen to Moosach, from where you can quickly take the S-Bahn back to the north or the city center comes.I hope to close the circle this year. Let's see how it works.

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      • 7 days ago

  2. Sascha 🎒 went mountaineering.

    September 5, 2021

    05:47
    12.7 mi
    2.2 mph
    3,975 ft
    3,975 ft
    Mandy, Günni (📍Esting ) and 28 others like this.
    1. Sascha 🎒

      Actual walking time: 4 hours 28 minutes, average 4.6 km / hTrack and information: gamssteig.de/touren/eckenberg-wank-rosswankAfter the many rainy days, all of Munich was on the way to the mountains and, thanks to the rail strike, we were in the middle of the mega-jam. I said goodbye to my wife to a group in the direction of Oberammergau and then I parked at the ice rink in Garmisch. With nasty, oppressive midday heat and hard light, we set off in the direction of the Wank summit.At first it was very "family-friendly" and accordingly it jammed here on the way. I only had peace of mind because I took the wrong turn and had to turn back again. After the Wank middle station, there was a very steep path up to the Eckenberg, which I tackled far too quickly and therefore had to struggle a lot. Here I somehow managed to end the tour in my pocket and even answer the question why I put two tracks together and so the time is no longer right.The Wank was like the Stachus. Tons of people who didn't have a bead of sweat in their cotton shirts because they had taken the train up and now huddled at the entrances of the two restaurants to get a seat. Fortunately, I wasn't very hungry and went straight on.Now the much nicer part of the tour over the Rosswank began and I was annoyed that I had not turned the route, as I had recently seen someone in the feed.I was amazed to see how much autumn was already visible. If the ferns were still in the sap a few weeks ago, they had already collapsed brown.After a stop at the Gschwandtnerbauer, after a steep final ascent through the forest on level paths, which was very relaxing, before we went back to town in steps at the Tannenhütte on the original ascent path. Fortunately, I missed a branch here and thus still had a slight variance.Back in the valley I was quite exhausted and the soles of my feet were burning, although I had actually expected less "pain" and less kilometers.The bottom line is that it wasn't a highlight tour, but to hike the other way around to Wank and maybe take the train back down there could be very attractive for imitators.

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      • September 6, 2021

  3. Sascha 🎒 went for a hike.

    August 21, 2021

    1. Sascha 🎒

      If you have saved a tour for almost 2 years (have I been here for that long ?!), you can no longer remember a lot. For example, whether it wasn't a suggested bike route after all that I had saved back then because the short stretches of road suggested it. If that's the case, then it's just fun with the mountain bike and certainly even more on foot, because there was so much to discover.My wife wanted to go on a trip and wanted Tegernsee or Kochelsee. In view of the temperatures and the holiday season, I only waved it off and instead suggested starting the afternoon with coffee and cake in Grafing and the subsequent hike nearby, which turned out to be absolutely right. Moderate traffic, temperatures are already subsiding and great light.I didn't think the deal on 10 photos of a mosquito bite was entirely fair, but after it counted 15 bites today, you know what we did - more stopped than went. When I moaned several times that we were here to hike after all, I was happily told "I'm here to take pictures".Well, even I went home with 200 photos, of which 50 probably documented the attempt to capture a dragonfly that was snacking on a butterfly, without a macro lens, in full image and sharp.The large bathing area of the Steinsee is fenced in and cost the view and the visitors money, but you can walk through the forest on the outside of the fence. In the course of the hike you come to a less enclosed area, where the numerous bathers there spread their bath towels in an adjacent mown field. I had never seen that either.The Kitzelsee is very hidden and can only be walked on a very small area of the shore, even if a walker with a dog asked with interest whether we had walked around because "others" would have already done it. Given the vegetation and the map, I can only imagine this in winter.The highlights, however, were actually the nature around the visited lakes, which, thanks to the time, was bathed in golden light and slowly heralds autumn. The hustle and bustle in the grain fields was also exciting, where everything was dealt with with heavy use of machinery, or rather the bringing in before the coming bad weather.Shortly before the shop closed, we made it back to the car and dashed into the next town to do the little weekend shopping before we drove home very satisfied.

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      • August 21, 2021

  4. Sascha 🎒 went for a hike.

    August 15, 2021

    Linda, WanderIrmi and 21 others like this.
    1. Sascha 🎒

      Today I was asked by my companion how often I have been here. Four, no five times, with today, and unfortunately never in winter.I myself am slowly finding it difficult to find a new perspective, but it is always nice to offer such a great natural spectacle to others with such a short distance.Afterwards, it is almost traditional to go to the Stickl café-restaurant. In the chestnut garden behind the house you can live well with huge pieces of cake made from bread dough and, given the amount consumed, you may have doubts whether you would have preferred to include the Spitzingsattel in the route.For a jump into the Schliersee at 32 degrees the desire would have been great, but the parking spaces are understandably occupied. Good for those who arrive by train, because the ecological footprint was again huge for this "excursion".

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      • August 15, 2021

  5. Sascha 🎒 went mountaineering.

    August 14, 2021

    04:30
    11.1 mi
    2.5 mph
    4,225 ft
    4,225 ft
    Estelle ☀️, MonacoTrail and 28 others like this.
    1. Sascha 🎒

      Finally! I've wanted to do the tour for so long and have always postponed it. Weather, stamina, escaped escorts ... In the end, almost everything was unnecessary worry and it was just as much, if not more fun, alone because I could run my pace.Despite the wake-up time of 5:30 a.m., I was already too late for exciting morning photos, but too early to take a look at Garmisch around 8:00 a.m., because the haze didn't clear until the afternoon, but it wasn't that hot, even when I was and many other hikers had wet clothes stuck to their bodies.The ascent was great, especially the view of the supposed summit level, where it first went down a good bit and then up again, as it was here (bergtour-online.de/bergtouren/bergwanderungen/schwer / kramerspitze /) is described.As is so often the case, the summit itself was nowhere near as great as the hike there.The descent to the Stepbergalm was then not without support and the steel ropes a thankful support, but as with the ascent it was not monotonously difficult or steep, but alternated again and again.There was a lot going on at the Alm. The food looked nice too, my cake was delicious. I only bought the second drink for the bottle because otherwise I wouldn't have got through.The rest of the descent still required concentration, but apart from a few slides and a scratch, nothing happened.Towards the end you come to the flat Kramer-Plateauweg, where you can enjoy a great end on park-like paths.

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      • August 14, 2021

  6. Sascha 🎒 went for a hike.

    August 7, 2021

    04:11
    10.2 mi
    2.4 mph
    1,175 ft
    1,175 ft
    1. Sascha 🎒

      Information and GPX track: bergtour-online.de/bergtouren/bergwanderungen/mittel/gleirschklamm-isarsteigSince I was overcome with a slight panic that the hiking season was coming to an end before it had started, I decided to work through the wish list from the back. That's why I chose the gorge hike in Scharnitz as the most distant tour to tick off and hike together with a companion in a double pack.So far I only knew Scharnitz as a desolate border town, where we regularly stopped to refuel on the journey towards Brenner. The fact that a great hiking area with a fantastic panorama was hidden here was unfortunately not an insider tip after all, as I noticed at the full parking lots.The gorge was actually very easy to hike and yet I managed to bend over the open path and get a bleeding wound on my knee because I fell lengthways.But that was the only negative highlight and the rest of the tour was a leisurely mountain walk. Everything was too slow for me because of my company, but we just made it to the car before the storm really set in and discovered a black mountain salamander, a fortunately fleeing adder in the middle of the street and a tiny house.In the nearby Bavarian Mittenwald there was a refreshment in the ice cream parlor before we returned to Munich, free of traffic jams, at the onset of dusk and heavy rain.

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      • August 7, 2021

  7. Sascha 🎒 went mountaineering.

    July 12, 2021

    Hanswuscht, Oliswege and 25 others like this.
    1. Sascha 🎒

      Thanks to the new cooperation partner of the Löwencard, we drove to the Taxenbach region today to visit the Kitzlochklamm.We had already visited a few gorges, but never before has one impressed so vertically. Right at the entrance a huge waterfall and then a lot of stairs that led us up to a hermitage. At the exit the others sat like chickens on the perch or the rest areas and did not dare to go any further. It wasn't exactly that the signs invited us to do so, but we knew there were connections, we just weren't sure how and what we were doing.When a fork in the road gave us the choice to walk an hour to the next place “Rauris” or to do a two-hour circular hike via “Maria Elend”, the matter was clear. The path first led us steeply upwards over a root path and then over a hiking trail through the coniferous forest, where it was hot, like a sauna, and droplets of sweat ran down my face. It then remained challenging, but thanks to the mixed forest, it was cooler and when we arrived at the pilgrimage church, the path opened into a large basin with extensive pastures through which the wind pulled a very pleasant breeze.In the very tranquil town of Embach there were two locations, one of which was already open. Unfortunately, the offer was very limited, which was probably due to the few guests, but we got a refreshment and a hot cake with coffee and that was enough.In another hour we descended into the valley to get back to the parking lot of the gorge and were quite satisfied.

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      • July 13, 2021

  8. Sascha 🎒 went for a hike.

    July 11, 2021

    02:11
    4.43 mi
    2.0 mph
    450 ft
    625 ft
    Oliswege, Akky and 5 others like this.
    1. Sascha 🎒

      Continuous rain in the morning was not a problem at all, because I had to take the car that had been left at the Asitzbahn the day before with a short train ride to Leogang.In the late afternoon the rain stopped and we wanted to walk a bit together. Without a real goal and suitable clothing, we started up behind the house in the direction of alpine meadows, where a large herd of cows came uncomfortably close to us. I just clicked on Komoot another destination, the Adamquelle, and with that we came on a beautiful trail, which we continued to lengthen, so that a great circular hike resulted, during which we captured the panoramas and well-known places from previous years, how to rediscover the hermitage and the stick-sharing area in front of the stairs to the Steinalm.After many pictures that resembled the brochure pictures for holiday catalogs, it was time for dinner and the European Championship final.

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      • July 13, 2021

  9. Sascha 🎒 went for a hike.

    July 10, 2021

    03:21
    8.26 mi
    2.5 mph
    1,000 ft
    3,075 ft
    Oliswege, Akky and 16 others like this.
    1. Sascha 🎒

      If you are interested: We walked the western and longer part of the way in 2019: komoot.de/tour/105841460?ref=wtdWe started early for our standards, so we sat on the terrace of the Stöcklalm at the middle station around 10.30 a.m. and ordered a cappuccino with a piece of cake. Here they wanted to look at our vaccination records for the first and last time in our vacation week.One hour later we started the first steep ascent to the Asitz summit and made good progress after some initial delays. The view was amazing again, but we were happy when the forest started at some point and on the one hand we had some shade and on the other hand we could concentrate fully on the path.We then reached the Berggasthof Biberg right on schedule.After the last descent to the mountain station of the summer toboggan run, we went back to the valley in the bright afternoon sun.

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      • July 13, 2021

  10. Sascha 🎒 went for a hike.

    July 9, 2021

    02:22
    5.43 mi
    2.3 mph
    950 ft
    1,000 ft
    Oliswege, Akky and 12 others like this.
    1. Sascha 🎒

      The weather was anything but promising and we so disagreed about what to do. I then prevailed with the Kronreithrunde. A "moderate" hike that led directly past the apartment.Shortly after the end of the road and the beginning of the forest path, it led to a real hiking trail about 300 m ascent into the forest and was therefore much more exciting than expected.At the highest point we continued on forest roads, but rewarded with great views.At the request of my wife, we (luckily) stopped at the Gasthof Kronreith, whose kitchen really blew us away.The path then led towards Mariaalm, so that we ran a large part of the round on the golf course, which we already knew from the day before, but the weather was much better today. The sun was sometimes really hot, although thunderstorms were announced and that was why we had discussed so much about possible plans in the morning.

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      • July 13, 2021

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