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Ich freue mich, dass du meine Seite gefunden und vielleicht schon in meinen Touren gestöbert hast. Ich bin als Wahlberlinerin hauptsächlich in Berlin und, für das Kontrastprogramm, im ländlichen Brandenburg unterwegs. Bereits seit Jahren nutze ich komoot für meine Wanderungen und Radtouren. Zuerst ging es mir nur um die grobe Planung, aber sehr schnell wurde die App dann auch mein persönliches Reisetagebuch. Schließlich habe ich meine Touren veröffentlicht, individuelle Collections erstellt – und das Feedback aus der Community als wunderbare Bestätigung und als eine großartige Quelle der Inspiration erfahren. Als freie Collection-Redakteurin plane ich seit Anfang 2021 nicht mehr nur meine Touren, sondern auch, wenn du magst, deine. Viele der Touren kenne ich gut. Superspannend ist es für mich, völlig neue Gebiete zu erkunden, Routen zu planen und interessante Highlights zu finden. Wenn du feststellst, dass bei meinen Touren ein Weg nicht mehr passierbar ist oder ein Highlight den Namen nicht länger verdient, dann lass es mich wissen, damit die Tour aktualisiert und verbessert werden kann. Ich freue mich aber auch sehr über deine Anregungen, Fragen oder Ideen zu gemeinsamen Aktivitäten: anette013014@googlemail.comHier geht´s zu meiner Uckermark-Collection: komoot.de/collection/890366/-uckermark-brandenburg

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9.978 km

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1660:23 h

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  1. Anette e frank hanno fatto un'escursione.

    circa 9 ore fa

    03:04
    17,1 km
    5,6 km/h
    190 m
    190 m
    A frank, Frank Meyer e altri 18 piace questo.
    1. Anette

      Look what a surprise! So far we have not even noticed the forest area Frohnau and the NSG Kindelsee Springluch. Wrongly.Today's hike from Hohen Neuendorf S-Bahn station takes us along the Kindelf river through these two beautiful forest areas. Pine and oak forests on a wavy relief and with meandering paths make hiking interesting and the meadows on the river with groups of alder trees and small canals are extremely beautiful. But also sometimes very muddy. It is probably not only due to today's weather that the paths are extremely muddy in places.After Glienicke/Nordbahn we reach the well-known Tegeler Fliess with the low moor meadows, the old orchards and the Köppchensee. The path along the calcareous tufa site finally leads us to the Mühlenbeck-Mönchmühle S-Bahn station.

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      • circa 2 ore fa

  2. Anette ha fatto un'escursione.

    2 giorni fa

    03:19
    16,6 km
    5,0 km/h
    160 m
    170 m
    A Sabine B, Bonnie24 e altri 88 piace questo.
    1. Anette

      Actually it should be a nice round around the Tegeler Fliess. However, I hadn't taken into account in my planning that the path at Kindelfliess is under water. For years. And even today there is no getting through - even if there is a thin layer of ice on it.So we reschedule and hike a very slimmed down but attractive tour through the Tegeler Fliess and then continue to the Tegeler Forest and Lake. A visit to the Dicken Marie and - later in Alt-Tegel - a nice café with good coffee and a huge piece of cake is a great alternative. And all this in bright sunshine. Great!

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      • 2 giorni fa

  3. Anette ha pianificato un'escursione.

    3 giorni fa

    45:29
    162 km
    3,6 km/h
    3.220 m
    3.030 m
    A Simon1412 piace questo.
    1. Anette

      This is the official overall tour of the Hermannsweg.A breakdown into eight attractive stages and further information can be found in this collection: komoot.de/collection/204

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      • 3 giorni fa

  4. Anette ha pianificato un'escursione.

    5 giorni fa

    1. Anette

      Your last stage begins again at the foot of Hermann, the Cherusker. Here you descend from the Grotenburg and thus also leave the Teutoburg Forest. From the village of Berlebeck, the lowest point of the stage, the Eggegebirge follows directly.It goes through forests over small mountains and hills until you reach the climax of the eighth stage. On the banks of a large pond, the famous Externsteine tower into the sky. There are some legends surrounding the four rock towers and people have been making pilgrimages to this impressive place for centuries.From the Externsteinen, the Hermannsweg meanders further through the forest up to the summit of Velmerstot. From the rocky summit plateau you can enjoy the beautiful view of the wooded slopes of the Eggegebirge, Teutoburg Forest and Weserbergland one last time before you descend to the Leopoldstal stage destination.

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      • 5 giorni fa

  5. Anette ha pianificato un'escursione.

    5 giorni fa

    1. Anette

      On the seventh stage, the Teutoburg Forest shows itself from its most beautiful side. As in the times of Arminius the Cheruscan, dense forests cover the ridge and its wide slopes. From Oerlinghausen it goes right at the beginning up to the Kammweg.It then goes leisurely downhill through dense forest. In small clearings along the way, you can always take a look at the surrounding hilly landscape and the Weserbergland.The goal of today's hike, however, is the mighty statue of Arminius, the Hermann monument on the summit of the Grotenburg. At 26 meters tall, Hermann is the tallest statue in Germany. Its creator, the artist and sculptor Ernst von Bandel, saw his life's work in this monumental statue. Right from the start, he made it clear that he would waive an artist's fee so that all donations could benefit the building. The small hut in which von Bandel lived right next to the statue during the final years of construction can still be visited today. He worked on his dream for over forty years until the monument was officially opened in 1875.From the Hermann Monument it is only a short distance to the beautiful town of Detmold, where you can easily find accommodation.

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      • 5 giorni fa

  6. Anette ha pianificato un'escursione.

    5 giorni fa

    1. Anette

      The sixth stage of the Hermannsweg starts in the city center of Bielefeld. After a detour to the Sparrenburg on the mountain of the same name, you leave the city via a narrow strip of green.Soon Bielefeld is behind you and you hike gently uphill on the Hermannsweg to the ridge of the Teutoburg Forest. The next goal is the Iron Anton. Actually, this observation tower was once called the Bismarck Tower, but due to its unique steel construction it is now only called Iron Anton.By the way, you have also reached the highest point of today's stage here, so it's mainly downhill from now on. You cross another motorway and then continue on the slopes of the Teutoburg Forest to the stage destination Oerlinghausen.

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      • 5 giorni fa

  7. Anette ha pianificato un'escursione.

    5 giorni fa

    1. Anette

      Freshly recovered you start your hike in Borgholzhausen. You follow the Hermannsweg to Ravensberg Castle, the first big highlight of the day. The well-preserved small castle with its courtyard tavern is located on a foothill of the Teutoburg Forest and is a nice place for a first rest.From there it goes up and down over the peaks and through the valleys of the mountain ridge. The ridge is unevenly forested here and so you always have beautiful views of the surrounding landscape.The second half of the stage runs from Halle in Westphalia entirely on the narrow ridge. You hike comfortably through the forest without any significant differences in altitude. You will pass various vantage points and you can take a break in the Peter auf'm Berge restaurant before you follow the Hermannsweg downhill to Bielefeld.

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      • 5 giorni fa

  8. Anette ha pianificato un'escursione.

    5 giorni fa

    1. Anette

      On the fourth stage, the Teutoburg Forest lives up to its name: starting in Bad Iburg, the Hermannsweg runs through quiet forests for almost the entire route. The first section takes you through the unspoilt Freeden Nature Reserve.Afterwards you walk a bit along the edge of the forest and then climb quite steeply to the ridge path. From here it soon goes down over the next motorway and straight back into the dense forest. You'll soon forget the noise of the cars when you walk between the trees here.So that panorama lovers don't miss out, you have two viewing towers to choose from today. The first tower is right on the Kammweg above Dissen and offers you a great view of the wooded mountains of the Teutoburg Forest. Shortly before the stage destination, the Luisenturm lures with its beautiful view.It is best to reserve your accommodation in Borgholzhausen, today's stage destination, in advance, because there is only a small selection of hotels here.

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      • 5 giorni fa

  9. Anette ha pianificato un'escursione.

    5 giorni fa

    1. Anette

      The third stage on the Hermannsweg begins in Tecklenburg. You leave the city in a southerly direction. The path takes you past the Königsseen and over the motorway and you are back in the middle of nature.With small ascents and descents, the Hermannsweg meanders further over the mountain range of the Teutoburg Forest. On this section it is far less wooded and therefore you have great views of the surrounding landscape in many places. A special highlight is the old limestone mining area of Lengerich, which is known today as the Blue Lagoon.Along today's stage you will also come across three large, still active lime mining areas - the view is definitely impressive. Before going down to the stage destination, you can take a break in the cozy Malepartus Waldschänke.Bad Iburg welcomes you with a beautiful old town, a castle and a good selection of hotels and inns.

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      • 5 giorni fa

  10. Anette ha pianificato un'escursione.

    5 giorni fa

    1. Anette

      The first mountain stage is on the second day of hiking. From the Nasse Dreieck it then goes parallel to the Dortmund-Ems Canal up to the crest of the Teutoburg Forest. The name is deceptive here: It is not just a forest, but above all a distinctive and long low mountain range.From the bank of the canal it goes gently uphill to the Kammweg. The ridge is densely forested here, but you can enjoy the wide view of the Münsterland at various vantage points. After you have hiked a few kilometers through the quiet forest, a great highlight awaits you: the Dörenther cliffs are exciting sandstone cliffs that rise on the edge of the Teutoburg Forest. Individual rocks have names like 'The Crouching Woman' or 'Dreikaiserstuhl'. Two inns invite you to take a break around the cliffs.After you have explored the cliffs extensively, you continue on the edge of Brochterbeck over the ridge to the stage destination Tecklenburg. In the medieval town you will find several cozy hotels and guesthouses.

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      • 5 giorni fa

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