coast cycling day 3


Charlotte, Button and I are still cycling the Baltic Sea Coast in between Kiel and Lübeck…. and we still are pretty slow. Today we got lost in Heiligenhafen… and again and again, which cost us quite some time, but we even would have been slow – only a little less so.

When I left the campground around 10:30 am, it was still a little foggy, so I hoped for fewer day-tourers.

Today I was walking a lot again… hill up walking, downhill rolling on Charlotte. But it also gave me some views:

So we reached our first break-point in Weißenhaus:

7.99 km in 46:33 mins

and while sitting there, I got a small visitor:

Now came the easier cycling part of the day, I even entered Oldenburg in Holstein,

just to leave it 1km later again 😉

3km later:

20.33 km in 1:59:32 h moving Charlotte.

Shortly after I had to take pictures of some views again:

Shortly later I reached Heiligenhafen, which is very pretty, but the signs are not as they are supposed to be, I got lost a few times and did a lot of unnecessary km until I finally left it.

Because the weather was pretty clear, I could even see the Fehmarnsundbrücke, a bridge connecting the island Fehmarn with the mainland

Some km later I found a nice spot for my last break, where I noticed how late it was. Too late to reach my goal…

37.19 km in 3:38:08 h pedalling and pushing

So I decided to just take the next campground, where a female bikepacker joined me a little later. 😉

We cycled today:

39.76  km

3:52:58 h moving Charlotte

average speed: 10.24 km/h (faster than yesterday :o)

max speed: 32.47 km/h

money spent:

10.50€ for last nights campground and 13 € for this night


I will be writing again tomorrow so you can pedal along with us!

keep exploring and smiling

your Fairy



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