Pforzheim, Germany

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The Pforzheim, Germany graticule contains Karlsruhe (South), Pforzheim and Villingen-Schwenningen as the biggest cities and the northern and middle parts of the Black Forest as dominant landscape feature.

Hashing in this graticule can get challenging for high elevation differences and steep slopes, but if you bring a bike or like a long walk, there aren't many places you can't reach.

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2012

  • 2012-12-26 48 8: RecentlyChanged Near home, dragging along the (then) boyfriend of his little sister to drive me there
  • 2012-12-13 48 8: RecentlyChanged After being in the hospital making a damn cold midnight geohash
  • 2012-12-25 Danatar took a walk in the forest near Bad Dürrheim.
  • 2012-11-24 RecentlyChanged made a tron biketour while sunrise
  • 2012-11-15 RecentlyChanged took the tram and walked an hour
  • 2012-11-06 RecentlyChanged made a bike tour by night
  • 2012-10-30 RecentlyChanged fails first time
  • 2012-09-09 RecentlyChanged took his father to another Geohash
  • 2012-09-07 RecentlyChanged made a big bike tour
  • 2012-09-06 RecentlyChanged had his first hash and a picnic near Schramberg
  • 2012-07-16 Ekorren and a dragalong climbed into the Black Forest near Bad Wildbad
  • 2012-04-14 Ekorren went by bike to Nagold-Vollmaringen
  • 2012-01-28 Ekorren visited one of the rare 48,8 spots in Tübingen
  • 2012-01-13 Ekorren paid Mühlacker a short visit along the way

2011

2010

  • 2010-12-18: More whiteness in the hills at Neustetten.
  • 2010-11-29: Ekorren fought lots of snow. Maybe he won.
  • 2010-10-28: Ekorren noticed just in time that it was his hashiversary.
  • 2010-10-19: Robyn finds her first German geohash under an apple tree near Mönsheim.
  • 2010-07-10: Evening detour to Wildberg in the Black Forest.
  • 2010-07-01: At Deißlingen-Lauffen, in a mining pit. Pity.
  • 2010-06-29: On the B27 federal highway at Balingen-Endingen.
  • 2010-06-28: Not the first field which got visited at Rottenburg-Ergenzingen
  • 2010-05-27: Ekorren went into just another forest at Leonberg-Gebersheim
  • 2010-05-24: Cow potato geohash at Balingen. Ekorren stayed out.
  • 2010-05-22: Mouse over day for field mice at Eutingen-Rohrdorf. Ekorren didn't see the mice.
  • 2010-05-16: In the forest near Ölbronn-Dürrn. Koepfel went there in the late evening.
  • 2010-04-18: Koepfel went to the hashpoint in a forest near Schöllbronn.
  • 2010-04-04: Ekorren found water at Ammerbuch-Altingen both falling and flowing.
  • 2010-03-18: Ekorren went to Wiernsheim-Iptingen and found... another field.
  • 2010-03-13: Ekorren and Koepfel reached the coordinates in a snowy field near Büchenbronn, near Pforzheim.
  • 2010-03-12: Koepfel climbed up a steep railway embankment in Mühlacker.
  • 2010-02-28: Koepfel did a short train and bus ride to the hashpoint near Gaistal, south of Bad Herrenalb, but got stuck on the way back home.
  • 2010-02-25: Just another field at Ammerbuch-Altingen. Ekorren was there.
  • 2010-02-06: Ekorren got seriously stuck in sticky snow but reached the hash in the Schönbuch forest near Altdorf anyway.
  • 2010-02-01: Ekorren opened the bike season for this graticule although it wasn't what most people would call bike weather, going to Neustetten-Wolfenhausen.

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