Audrey im Wanderland



About Audrey im Wanderland

Hi, ich bin Audrey,
Hamburgerin mit rheinischem Migrationshintergrund.
Meine große Liebe gilt seit 2016 dem Weitwandern, in der Regel auf so gut markierten Wegen, dass ich ohne Navigation klargekommen bin.
Die momentane Situation verweist mich nun aber eher auf das Gute, das so nah liegt. Um ein wenig Abwechslung ins Leben zu bekommen, schaue ich mich hier gerne um, oder plane mögliche Touren in der Umgebung.
Und seit ich mir endlich wieder ein Fahrrad gekauft habe, gibt es noch sehr viel mehr Neues zu entdecken.
Meine bisher erlaufenen knapp 3.000 Kilometer habe ich zwar nicht auf komoot dokumentiert, dafür aber auf meinem Blog.
Dort findest du neben Jakobswegen auch Mehrtageswanderungen durch Deutschland, wie etwa den Malerweg, den Harzer Hexenstieg, den Mosel-Camino oder den Rheinsteig.
Künftig werden diese Touren sicher auch hier auftauchen - momentan plane ich nämlich meine nächste Weitwanderung auf dem Stormarnweg, der vor den Toren Hamburgs startet und bis Lübeck geht.
Also - stay tuned

Distance travelled

473 mi

Time in motion

127:21 h

Recent Activity
  1. Audrey im Wanderland went for a hike.

    November 8, 2020

    13.0 mi
    3.6 mph
    250 ft
    275 ft
    Liane A-G, Wandern in Norddeutschland and 15 others like this.
    1. Audrey im Wanderland

      The Alsterwanderweg im
      I can only recommend autumn! Beautifully colored foliage on the trees and on the ground.
      The first few kilometers are a dream. The feet sink into the leaves and it is absolutely enchanted 😍
      I would have loved to walk the remaining 6 kilometers to my home, but the darkness surprised me a little. It was still a dream. The vitamin D store should be full to the brim again.

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      • November 8, 2020

  2. Audrey im Wanderland went for a hike.

    November 7, 2020

    Karin Kreutz, Liane A-G and 6 others like this.
    1. Audrey im Wanderland

      Take two friends, a lady dog and a GPS and enter Klövensteen. Learning of the day: in addition to the forest of the same name above Wedel, there is a street of the same name near Bönningstedt near Quickborn.
      What the heck - while we're here, we'll walk here. There is also sunshine and autumn around Tangstedt.
      The motto “run away” accompanied us on our way, as is easy to see from the small “cecum” on the GPX track. In our attempt to escape the asphalt, we won the first part. In the second part, the dead ends won. It was nice anyway ☀️🍁🌳

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      • November 7, 2020

  3. Audrey im Wanderland went for a hike.

    November 1, 2020

    Liane A-G, Fernwehyvi and 9 others like this.
    1. Audrey im Wanderland

      I don't know about you, but the upcoming lockdown doesn't exactly give me a boost of energy
      So I had to kick my bum properly and then hold my nose in the fresh air. As always, that was the best decision 🍁🤎

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      • November 1, 2020

  4. Audrey im Wanderland went for a hike.

    October 25, 2020

    Karin Kreutz, Vita K. and 11 others like this.
    1. Audrey im Wanderland

      Ok, I admit, when the rain really started in the middle of it all, I wasn't particularly enthusiastic.
      But somehow it was nice after all or because of it.
      And now there is soup 😋
      Warm up at its best

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      • October 25, 2020

  5. Audrey im Wanderland went for a hike.

    October 17, 2020

    8.50 mi
    3.9 mph
    75 ft
    100 ft
    Bernhard Neumayer, Karin Kreutz and 11 others like this.
    1. Audrey im Wanderland

      Not such a spectacle as yesterday, but it is also possible if you start practically on the doorstep.
      From the Eppendorfer mill pond, past Tarpenbek and Kollau to the Niendorf enclosure and back.
      What the tour has in common with yesterday's: it is not entirely correct, because in the end I forgot to turn the navigation on again 😂
      The way was the same as on the way there 🤓

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      • October 17, 2020

  6. Audrey im Wanderland went for a hike.

    October 16, 2020

    13.5 mi
    4.2 mph
    1,150 ft
    1,150 ft
    Karin Kreutz, Alsterblitz and 9 others like this.
    1. Audrey im Wanderland

      Actually, I would have been to a blogger event on the Rhine today. But instead of driving across Germany with the current numbers, I stayed in the north, got a good friend and conquered the area around Zarrentin.Please, what a wonderful tour on forest paths at Neuenkirchener See and back along the Schaalsee including a detour to the island of Kampenwerder! Incidentally, this is where the border between MeckPomm and SchleHo runs.
      My highlights were definitely the pretty fishing houses, the small landing stage on the island, the 300 year old Klopstock oak and then the mini swimming area with the crystal clear water 💙 It was definitely not the last time!
      There was, however, a mistake when recording: we drove the piece from the starting point in Boissow to Zarrentin, not walked. Classic "oops" - forgot to stop the recording 😇

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      • October 16, 2020

  7. Audrey im Wanderland went for a hike.

    October 5, 2020

    12.8 mi
    3.3 mph
    475 ft
    1,550 ft
    Kathleen, Liane A-G and 21 others like this.
    1. Audrey im Wanderland

      The last day always comes with a mixture of pride and sadness on its way. It didn't start until half past ten, cloudy with a good chance of drizzle. The way was great to run out, but really not particularly spectacular. Wide gravel paths and forest paths gave each other the handle. It went down in a relaxed manner. Twice I did the magic trick: "The sun is coming out soon" and then it came. With La Ola waves for a Nordic walking man and rather unimpressed looks at small prospects, we approached our destination Tuttlingen inexorably. We were really lucky in the small town of Russberg. The inn was actually closed until 2 p.m., but the lady saw us, asked us in and served us bread that had only left the stone oven 10 minutes ago. Delicious. Past the natural monument Black Gate and Bettelmann's Cave we looked at Tuttlingen at half past four. Half an hour later we were at the starting point (or our end point). There was no confetti or glamor, we almost missed the sign. But it was enough to know what a feat it was. The happening was toasted with schnapps that they had brought with them.In the meantime I'm on the night train and travel home with a treasure chest full of gigantic views, impressive landscapes and heartfelt encounters. Some were short, others longer. The Albsteig has definitely fought for its place in my hiker's heart and I am very happy that I was able to share extracts of it with you.

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      • October 5, 2020

  8. Audrey im Wanderland went for a hike.

    October 4, 2020

    11.1 mi
    3.1 mph
    2,175 ft
    1,150 ft
    Roland G Punkt, Liane A-G and 21 others like this.
    1. Audrey im Wanderland

      Day 15: Schömberg - Klippeneck (+5.5 km)At ten we started back through Tannenwald towards the Albsteig. A strong wind whistled when you weren't in the forest. We approached the Hummelsee over meadows and through local industrial areas. First break before the ascent to the Oberhohenberg, which was followed by the Hochberg (with the choice of name you were probably here
      especially creative). The last to wait was Lemberg, in front of which God had hung a suspension bridge. I managed it without further fear of heights and then walked up the Lemberg, which has an observation tower that I couldn't pass. With a shaky platform (wind) and shaky knees (not 100% free from giddiness), but with a 360-degree view of the Alps. This was followed by one of the most dreary parts of the entire Albsteig: it was about 2 (felt 5) km through the town of Gosheim, which, already completely charmless, came up with an 18% climb on concrete at the end. When we climbed up a forest hill, we made it and were rewarded with a free, wooden sun lounger and a wonderful panorama. From here it was only 3.5 km to the destination, the Klippeneck. Since there is nothing to eat here, we went for another 2.7 km walk - there and back again, of course. While eating, a small strip of sunset could be admired and on the way back my headlamp was finally used in the forest

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      • October 4, 2020

  9. Audrey im Wanderland went for a hike.

    October 3, 2020

    13.6 mi
    3.0 mph
    2,400 ft
    3,225 ft
    Mo, Bernhard Neumayer and 22 others like this.
    1. Audrey im Wanderland

      At half past nine I set out in the drizzle of fog and was caught briefly in Laufen by the rain. After 15 minutes, I was lucky and immediately settled down in a shelter for an hour. When it got lighter, I moved on. Tricked! Suddenly it poured again. In the meantime I was equipped with the garbage bag raincoat, but quickly lost the fun in the forest. It wasn't until a little fox 🦊 crossed my path that my mood rose.
      The ascent to the Hörnle mountain brought the good mood back completely. It was fantastic. Mossy and in all shades of green on narrow paths that often vibrated below me, I climbed to almost 950 meters. Suddenly the sun was shining above and I had all the glory to myself. The glances at the retreating rain - priceless. We went across meadows and fields to the Lochenstein. The view was spectacular again. On the way from the Albsteig over a path for "experienced hikers" I landed in the middle of a sheep drive, then climbed to the split rock, the first 1,000 m. Here the good-weather holiday tourism was in full swing and so it went on quickly. It was a matter of mastering the Plettenberg. At the top at 1.002m I was quite disappointed, because the paths mainly circled an ugly quarry with a lake. The view was okay, but nothing more. At the adjoining hut there was time for the daily special. Then it was the descent directly to the hotel, which is a little off the actual path. Unfortunately, the piece for those with a head for heights that the Albsteig provides was canceled

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      • October 3, 2020

  10. Audrey im Wanderland went for a hike.

    October 2, 2020

    14.4 mi
    3.2 mph
    2,550 ft
    1,500 ft
    Arno, Alsterblitz and 26 others like this.
    1. Audrey im Wanderland

      After a detour to the black Madonna (copy of the original from Einsiedeln), the path chases you up right at the beginning. And believe me, I swear loudly through a muddy passage where neither shoes nor sticks can really hold on to. The area here is called Killertal - I find it more than indicative 👻
      At last, the Hohenzollernburg is a delight, this time surrounded by soft pastel tones. The next highlight is the hanging stone, which can be reached via a small bridge because it hangs so far forward.
      There is a specialty in the Nägelehaus hiking home. Hardly outside again, the weather has suddenly changed: autumn is here. A strong wind whistles in the juniper heather, the trees in the forest groan. It goes along the edge to Onstmettingen. A desolate piece of dirt roads, climbs and unimaginative forest paths begins here. The last highlight is only 500 meters away from my hotel: the 920m high Böllat, a plateau that slopes steeply on three sides, on which the wind whistles so violently that I have to hold my sticks. The view is gigantic and so great that I went there again before dinner. Even if the sunset was canceled, fascinating plays of light awaited me.

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      • October 2, 2020

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