Hiking Highlight (Segment)
Built as an industrial canal in the 19th century and today surrounded by greenery, it runs through the southeastern Winterhude from the Outer Alster to the city park - an ideal route for city walkers, even if it sometimes backs away somewhat from the shore.
October 13, 2017
The Goldbek Canal is located in the Winterhude district of Hamburg. It runs from the Rondeel Canal, which is north of the Alster, to the Stadtpark, where it flows into the Stadtparksee.
The canal was originally a small stream that was expanded in 1914. Some shipyards are still located on the shore today. The depth is only one meter.
Especially roach and bream populate the canal. In addition to the water lily fields, carp and tench are often easy to catch. Walleye, eels and perches are also available. Pike, on the other hand, are rare.
The banks are difficult to access. Boat fishing with the Alster boat fishing license is possible.
January 28, 2020
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