Clean up was "slave labor"The Grubweiher, the real name, is an artificial lake. It was built in the late 1960's and 70's when rubble was dumped at the entrance to the Kehlgraben. The water from "Webersbuckel" could no longer run off and so formed a lake on an area of one hectare and a water depth of up to five meters. Water samples showed a good result so that a fishing use offered.
November 6, 2016
The Grubweiher, the real name, is an artificial lake. He was born in the late 60s and 70s. Along the lake there is a fish trail. On seven individual panels on the west and north sides of the lake, visitors will find information about the lives of fish in the water, which are rarely seen, as well as small aquatic animals and plants that feed the fish. Briefly and comprehensibly on the boards the fish, which swim in the Sklavensee, are described it carp, pike, eels, tench, bream, perch and Zander.
September 20, 2017
Beautifully located Rastbänke with stunning views.
Especially nice to the cherry blossom end of April - beginning of May.
Cherry blossom calendar: fraenkische-schweiz.com/de/erleben/natuerlich/kirschbluete/bluetenbarometer/bluetenbarometer.html
May 6, 2018
Very nice little lake. The cherry blossom path is worth seeing in every season. Shortly before it goes down to the slave lake there is a playground if you cross the street. You can't run down the shortcut. Conditionally suitable for wheelchairs in one place as there is a very steep place. Otherwise it works with the wheelchair. There is a place for buggies and strollers.
May 5, 2021
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