Auf großen und kleinen Wanderungen durch Deutschlands wilden Osten...
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Hiking in Berlin? It does not work? Just go on, on the Havelhöhenweg ...The variant committed by us starts at the S-Bhf. Heerstraße and runs first over the Drachen- and Teufelsberg, before you meet at the level of the ship's restaurant "Old Love" on the Havel. The trail then runs mostly above the embankment with viewpoints over Havel and Wannsee.
Varied short tour northwest of Berlin in the foothills of Oderbruch and Schorfheide.From the dune on Pimpinellenberg (not signposted and at your own risk to enter) you have a great view of the now Polish part of Brandenburg beyond the Oder.Tip: Can you for a day trip from Berlin ideally complemented by a visit to the former Cistercian abbey monastery Chorin ... (is almost on the way).
Those who live far north of the Alps, but still like to go climbing, now has some options in Central Germany from Saxony to Franconia, as far as this popular mix between sport climbing and hiking is concerned.The tour included here includes the two via ferrate of the Lusatian ridge in the area around Oybin / Jonsdorf and also integrates the main sights / rock formations for a nice (and exhausting) round.
Always worth a visit: the rock city around the nun rock in Jonsdorf ... here as a father-son short tour with focus on the via ferrata.A longer variant than a day tour for adults is already available at the following location: komoot.de/tour/69628887.From my personal point of view the Nonnensteig is suitable for children over 10 years old. The offspring should have done at least the Häntzschelstiege in Saxon Switzerland and at least one other alpine climb safely before.
Corona lockdown and no chance to get to Austria, Lower Silesia or Bohemia ... so why not hike 1 time in front of the door, e.g. in the beautiful southeast of Berlin ..?!The relatively long day tour we take here takes us on varied paths around the Müggelsee, over the Müggelberge, through the Wilhelmshagen-Woltersdorfer dunes and along the Erpe.
Thanks Kai, here is the description:The tour followed here combines the most important stairs and ridge paths in the Affenstein area of Saxon Switzerland into a single hiking and climbing tour. Since it largely runs on trails and exposed climbing climbs, there are plenty of vertical meters to climb and there are longer climbing sections, it is only suitable for experienced and sure-footed hikers. Secure weaker hikers in the rock climbing areas with short rope and HMS if necessary.
Very nice autumn tour through Märkische Schweiz. The picturesque Poetensteig leads north of Buckow through the terminal moraine to the Dachsberg and through the Wolfsschlucht (a meltwater channel). The source valley of the Silberkehle joins the Silberberg (the brook that rises there flows into the Großer Tornowsee).