About Pirnjess
Distance travelled

580 mi

Time in motion

286:11 h

Recent Activity
  1. Eva and Pirnjess went for a hike.

    November 21, 2021

    10.9 mi
    2.1 mph
    3,675 ft
    3,625 ft
    ⛰Sascha🚴🏻, NobbyNic and 45 others like this.
    1. Eva

      The Chiemgauer Hochplatte (1583m) is a pretty beautiful, easy to reach summit - almost right next to the Kampenwand - with a great view of the Chiemsee.

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      • November 21, 2021

  2. Eva and Pirnjess went for a hike.

    November 7, 2021

    gisi, Markus and 63 others like this.
    1. Eva

      The Wendelstein is a 1838 m high mountain in the Bavarian Alps. It belongs to the Mangfall Mountains, the eastern part of the Bavarian Prealps. It is the highest peak of the Wendelstein massif. Because of its exposed location, it offers a very good view of the Bavarian Alpine foothills and, conversely, can be recognized from a wide area. It lies between the river valleys of Leitzach and Inn. It is accessible with the Wendelstein cable car and the Wendelstein rack railway. The Jenbach rises at its northern foothills and becomes the Kalten on its way to the Mangfall.

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      • November 7, 2021

  3. Pirnjess went mountaineering.

    October 30, 2021

    ⛰Sascha🚴🏻, Flo and 34 others like this.
    1. Pirnjess

      After we hadn't collected all the via ferratas and peaks of the 5-summit via ferrata on Lake Achensee in August, we wanted to complete it quickly in the great autumn weather. The Rofan cable car is being overhauled and the next snow will probably remain ...When I discovered the whitecaps on the waves at the southern end of the Achensee on the approach, I got my doubts for the first time. But the mountain railway is running - then it can't be that bad ...But the higher we climb, the stormier it gets and in the end we will go back down without via ferratas. I can't remember such a storm while mountain climbing - it already happened to me while skiing ...When we drive down into the valley later, the gondola guide tells us that they measured gusts of 75 to 92 km / h at the mountain station ... what gusts of gale to hurricane gusts we will have had today in the ridge 🤔
      And the gondola has to stop because of the gusts on the way down 😳
      But as the saying goes "All good things come in threes" - the next attempt it will be the perfect climbing experience. And if I'm honest, I'm happy to see the Rofan again as a sea of flowers!

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      • November 1, 2021

  4. Pirnjess went mountaineering.

    October 23, 2021

    1. Pirnjess

      When I saw a photo of Neuschwanstein Castle last week, I remembered the wonderful tour Micha took with Valentina at the beginning of the wonderful autumn weather that was to be expected, it was exactly the perfect fairytale hike for a golden October day - but without the long loop that Micha and Valentina walked ... I didn't feel like it 😅I start this day by going back to bed at 6:00 a.m. for 1.5 hours 😂
      The webcam on Tegelberg shows the fog soup even in the dark and I dream of the fairytale castle surrounded by colorful autumn leaves in the sun ☀️
      A right decision, because the blue sky still has its starting difficulties on site!
      But first of all, Michas has to find the way to bypass the closed Marienbrücke 😜 I am the only one who crosses the Pöllat and climbs up on the other side pathless through the forest! And I stay alone the whole long climb 😉
      The view above is indescribable and I plan to drive to the Allgäu again more often in the future - such a magnificent backdrop 🤩
      The hype up on the Tegelberg is surprisingly limited - probably some of them were put off by the foggy weather in the morning. But the "hype" brings with it an open hut, where I like to settle down 😉And so I waste a whole day up on the mountain in the warm October sun and am happy about the perfect autumn weather in the end 🤩😎☀️

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      • October 24, 2021

  5. Pirnjess went mountaineering.

    October 18, 2021

    Barkus, Wodi and 22 others like this.
    1. Pirnjess

      When I was on the Ammergauer Kreuzspitze and the neighboring summit in September, you didn't see much of the great Zugspitz panorama ... and not even of the Schellschlicht.
      But I had an idea of how great the view from this summit of the Zugspitze massif should be 🤩
      This time the weather and the conditions were more than perfect - fantastic autumn weather and the Wetterstein massif already covered with photogenic snow 😎☀️❄️The tour itself really impressed me - the ascent always along the ridge and on the descent always in the sun on the warm south-west side.
      In autumn I am always happy when the tours are not in the shade - that's why this hike gets a big plus 😍☀️🍁

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      • October 19, 2021

  6. Pirnjess went for a hike.

    October 9, 2021

    Pirnjess, Micha and 39 others like this.
    1. Pirnjess

      I love it when there is high fog in the valleys in autumn and the sun shines from a bright blue sky over the mountains. And so I chose a high-altitude hike where I could hike over a sea of wadding on the edge of the Alps.I started in Oberammergau so that in the end I would have no problem getting back to the car, as there is a bus from Linderhof Castle to Oberammergau.The path to the first peaks is not marked in the valley, as most hikers start straight away in the direction of Pürschling. I'm genuinely happy that Komoot is showing me the way.
      Speaking of hikers - I'm on my own up to the Sonnenberg, only in the direction of Pürschling there are more and more people and entire armies are on the way to the Teufelsstättkopf. Then it suddenly calms down again and I enjoy the silence along the mountain ridge.
      Although I have to admit that on the way up to the Laubeneck I have to find out that I have actually already collected enough peaks and in the end I only take the Hennenkopf with me, "because it is just on the way". And unfortunately in the end I don't have the time to pay a visit to the Brunnekopfhütte to reward myself with the sensational Kaiserschmarren. In the end it took me a lot longer than calculated, as long stretches of the path are now in the wet and slippery shade in autumn.
      All in all, however, a wonderful hike with a fantastic view during the entire long traverse 😎🤩☀️

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      • October 10, 2021

    1. Pirnjess

      The last few tours I have often been on the road without my son, who is not a fan of climbing altitude at all 😜So this weekend a via ferrata was on the program again - and it was clear what I could give him the greatest pleasure with: a repetition of the Grünstein via ferrata over the hotel route (D - one point D / E).
      We left that last year immediately after joining because he didn't feel up to the tour at the time. And since then it had preoccupied him whether he would make it in the meantime.
      And of course I was happy to go back to the Königsee and say hello to the Watzmann 🙋‍♀️
      Unfortunately, I had completely hidden the storm from mid-July and was accordingly surprised on site that the Grünstein cannot be reached from Königsee because the path is closed due to the storm damage 😳😩
      But after remembering the climb from last year, I was sure that only the approach would be a problem and that the via ferrata itself would have survived the storm - and it was. In addition, the path was wonderfully empty 😉
      And my son was not only able to prove to himself that he can now manage the hotel route ... he even mastered the summit wall (E) on his own 💪
      Thankfully we didn't have to descend via the destroyed path to Königsee - for this I had planned the route via the Kühroint-Alm and the Rinnkendlsteig down to St. Bartholomä - a wonderful route 🤩🥰

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      • October 3, 2021

  7. Pirnjess and OhneCarbsGehtNichts went mountaineering.

    September 25, 2021

    ⛰Sascha🚴🏻, Sash86 and 56 others like this.
    1. Pirnjess

      I'm finally a mountaineer 😃
      My father, who himself climbed the Watzmann through the east face, always said: “Anyone who has been on the Watzmann is a real mountaineer!” 😂
      And now it worked - and that even in fantastic conditions ☀️😎
      My nephew, who has already been on the Watzmann a few times, offered to accompany me and I really enjoyed not being alone on the long tour!
      Of course it was busy - but that was to be expected and we only had to wait really once. For me that was the big difference to the ascent of the Zugspitze through Höllental - up on the Watzmann there are only people who are up to the tour! It's just unusual that people are all in such a hurry 🤨 I've never done a mountain tour where so many are running at a run 😂But definitely a great tour! The first light just in time at the Falzalm, the perfect sunrise at the Watzmannhaus and then the crossing in such fantastic weather. Only the descent was a bit tedious after all the superlatives 😅But now I'm really overjoyed 😊

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      • September 26, 2021

  8. Pirnjess went mountaineering.

    September 18, 2021

    13.4 mi
    1.6 mph
    5,175 ft
    4,000 ft
    ⛰Sascha🚴🏻, Sash86 and 45 others like this.
    1. Pirnjess

      Every time I am in Garmisch, I admire the Waxensteine and I had been thinking about climbing for a long time. And then Flo recently brought back such great photos from his tour on the Großer Waxenstein that I had to go myself:
      A great tour - especially the backdrop in the middle of the Wetterstein is awesome 🤩 - but not without ...
      The climb is very difficult to see in places and I've been on the wrong track three times. There are almost no markings and I have used Komoot again and again to find the right way back 😉
      And it's actually the perfect tour for people looking for solitude. I beat Flo's 10 people for just one person 😜
      On the ascent, I consciously took the Stangensteig into Höllental and avoided the gorge, because when you walk through the gorge, the Goretex jacket and backpack are soaking wet 💦☔️
      But on the descent I was happy again at the terrific natural spectacle. However, the battery was finally empty after the gorge, so I had to end the tour and switch off my mobile phone 😉

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      • September 19, 2021

  9. Pirnjess went mountaineering.

    September 12, 2021

    8.32 mi
    1.4 mph
    3,950 ft
    3,950 ft
    Pirnjess, ⛰Sascha🚴🏻 and 41 others like this.
    1. Pirnjess

      I haven't even been to the Ammergau Alps this year! Let's go ... but again I don't feel like getting up early and when I start it is almost 10:00 a.m. 🙄
      I will regret that later ... unfortunately it closes at lunchtime. Most of the time I walk the summit ridge from the Ammergauer Kreuzspitze over to the Kreuzspitzl in the sun. But that doesn't help me when, despite Komoot, I can't find the way through the ledge, follow the wrong footprints and in the end climb up somewhere else. What a nightmare when I only have fragile terrain under my feet and hands above the rocks 😳
      Next time I prefer to search until I find the right way 👍
      On the descent I discover a whole sea of monkshood and the air is filled with the hum of the bumblebees 🤩😍🐝
      The rest of the way into the valley is no longer to my taste, because everything is wet and I keep sliding around ...
      So for my next tour I would like more sun again - I'm just a fair weather fan 😎☀️

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      • September 12, 2021

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