The Teufelssee in the Berlin Müggelbergen is a beautiful combination of lake and bog. The pier through the moor was completely renovated in 2015 and 2016. Unfortunately, this is not as romantic as the old Knüppeldamm. He went through a beautiful moor forest. The forest does not exist anymore, because the trees have fallen victim to the renaturation work.
Nevertheless, a detour to the devil is always worthwhile, even to find the little moor ghost who sits in the moor and waits for the hikers.
April 18, 2018
It's really worth it! Our Lieblinswanderung: Parking Müggelseeperle, cross the Müggelheimer dam and up it's about 110m. Not the serpentines, but the way straight up. Is already a bit steep for us Flachlandtiroler. Arrived at the top, detour to the left. Here comes a hint "highest mountain of Berlin". Unfortunately, the cross has found a new owner. There is nothing left, only the stone is still there. Back again, then go right. You pass the Ascension site. Keep running, then you can climb the Müggelturm. Or you go down before, down the side of the currently closed downhill route. You come out right on the Teufelssee. About Rübezahl and on Müggelsee along then back to the parking Müggelseeperle. Great hike!
November 7, 2019
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