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Hier findest du Ideen und Inspirationen für deine nächste Wanderung - mit dem Schwerpunkt Deutschland. Denn warum immer in die Ferne schweifen? Auch hier gibt es viele tolle Orte zu entdecken - vom Meer bis zu den Bergen. Überzeug' dich selbst!Kennst du eigentlich auch schon TK-Fit? Mit dem Fitness-Programm in der TK-App kannst du deine Wanderschritte nämlich zu Geld machen. Wie das genau funktioniert, erfährst du unter tk.de/tk-fit.Noch nicht TK-versichert? Entdecke jetzt alle Vorteile der Techniker
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  1. Die Techniker planned a hike.

    September 2, 2020

    09:05
    22.3 mi
    2.5 mph
    250 ft
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      One, two, three ... many steps! With this extensive round tour through the Bremer Blockland you can take 60,000 steps. If you are also satisfied with just under half, there is a shortcut on the way. It starts in the very center of Bremen's main train station. Little pigs and proud peacocks await you in the zoo of the Bürgerpark, then you walk out to the blockland at the Stadtwaldsee. From the Wümme you go to the Hamme and near Ritterhude, where you will find a rail connection for short cuts.For the big jackpot, you can smoke your socks again and hike through the nature reserves Untere Wümme and Westliches Hollerland back to the main station.

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      • September 7, 2020

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      The famous Hamburg district of Blankenese is not only adorned with a wonderful beach promenade and magnificent villas, it is also a great destination for collecting steps. 40,000 steps beckon you when you rock the entire route to and from the Bahrenfeld S-Bahn station.You first walk directly to the banks of the Elbe and follow the beautiful beach path with a view of the noble Blankenese. At the lower fire you turn around and explore the stairs quarter. One or the other café invites you to take a break here. At the Blankenese train station you can leave it alone after 21,000 steps or hike back to your starting point through the Hirschpark, Westerpark and Jenischpark.

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      • September 7, 2020

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      Old ships, technically fascinating bridge constructions, science and floodplain forest - the hunt for 35,000 steps around Magdeburg offers a lot of variety. It starts in the very center of Magdeburg Central Station. Along the Stromelbe you get to the science harbor with the old chain steamer Gustav Zeuner and the impressive lift bridge. You cross the Elbe over the Herrenkrugsteg and hike to the Auenwald Biederitzer Busch.At Biederitz you have the opportunity to get on the train after around 21,000 steps. Otherwise you will reach the playful millennium tower via the Elbauenpark and continue through the university district to the end point at Magdeburg Neustadt train station.

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      • September 7, 2020

  3. C Fischer and Detlev Kloppot like this.
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      On Hercules ‘tracks you collect a lot of steps and also a few meters in altitude for tight, healthy calves. On beautiful forest paths you meander through the Dönche nature reserve, graze the Teufelseck and the old Ziegenkopf colliery. From there you hike directly to Kassel's landmark: the Hercules with a fantastic view. For a big point account, it goes in a loop over the Kastanienallee to the Silbersee and back.The start and end point are Kassel Wilhelmshöhe train station. If you want to take a short cut, you can simply skip the loop to the Silbersee or alternatively take bus 23 from Herkules back to Kassel Wilhelmshöhe station.

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      • September 3, 2020

  4. Oliver and Detlev Kloppot like this.
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      In the south of Stuttgart you not only hike through fragrant forest and along shimmering lakes - you also fill your step account with up to 40,000 steps! It goes over narrow paths in a loop to the picturesque Bear Lake and through the deer park. At the end of the loop, the Heslach waterfalls ripple leisurely. If you still have strength, you can take the second loop with you and climb the Birkenkopf with a great view over Stuttgart.The start and end point is the Südheimer Platz underground station. You will also pass this before the second loop starts, so that you can easily end your hike after around 23,000 steps.

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      • September 3, 2020

  5. Die Techniker planned a hike.

    September 2, 2020

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      Pure nature and several steps for your points account await you on this varied hike from Lehrte to Hanover. In the north of Lehrtes you can walk through the idyllic Altwarmbüchener Moor with its lush Kalmia field. From there it goes on to Hanover. In the Alter Bahnhof beer garden you can strengthen yourself or get on the S-Bahn here and end your tour with a good 30,000 steps in your luggage.If you want to go all out, you can continue through the zoo and past the beautiful Anna pond. Here you can find another shortcut with the S-Bahn. At the end point, the main train station in Hanover, you are finally 50,000 steps richer.

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      • September 3, 2020

  6. Nats, Suse and Detlev Kloppot like this.
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      Steep limestone slopes and spectacular views sweeten the hunt for steps for your point account on a piece of the famous Saale-Horizontale. You start at Jena-Göschwitz train station, which you can reach with the Stadt-Express or the Erfurter Bahn. From here it goes straight to the slopes and to the ruins of the Lobdeburg. Along the narrow path you can always enjoy great views of Jena and the Middle Saale Valley.After you have passed the Rabensberge, you climb back down to the Saale. The path now always leads you very close to or even over the railway lines, so that you can end your tour whenever you like. You have the 30,000 steps in your account when you finally arrive at Jena Saalbahnhof.

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      • September 3, 2020

  7. Detlev Kloppot likes this.
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      Breathe in the sea air and fill your point account to the brim with steps - you can do that with this promising tour along the beautiful Baltic Sea coast. The regional train from Rostock takes you to the starting point in Bad Doberan in just twenty minutes. Once there, you first walk across open fields until you plunge into the enchanted ghost forest at the Ostseebad Nienhagen. The salty sea air along the coastal strip is now your constant companion.In Warnemünde you can climb the InterCity to Rostock with a good 30,000 steps on the account or take twice as many steps by simply covering the distance on foot. The end point is Rostock main station.

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      • September 3, 2020

  8. Detlev Kloppot likes this.
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      A well-filled account is extremely reassuring - of course, this also applies to your step account. On this tour around Simmelsdorf you can collect your feet and take a look at how the nobles reside. It starts at Simmelsdorf-Hüttenbach station, which you can reach in around 35 minutes with the Schnaittachtalbahn from Nuremberg. From here you start on a circular hike over the Tucherschloss and mausoleum, into the forest and meadow landscape in the north of Simmelsdorf.After around 35,000 steps you will arrive back at the train station. Now you can decide whether your step goal is enough for you or whether you still want to do the round in the south. This leads you to Schnaittach, which is also connected to the train network and allows another shortcut.

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      • September 3, 2020

  9. Stefanie and Detlev Kloppot like this.
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      Like a roller coaster, this round takes you steeply up the mountain, then back down into the valley. Your step count, however, always goes up. In just half an hour you land in Hersbruck (left of the Pegnitz) with the S1 from Nuremberg. From there you climb the Deckersberg, walk around the picturesque Happurg reservoir and up to the Houbirg viewpoint.After around 19,000 steps, you can get on the train at the Weidenmühle near Pommelsbrunn or fill up your step account on the way to Happurg. If you leave the train on the left, the account on the last section back to Hersbruck will ring again properly.

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      • September 3, 2020

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