The concrete dam of the Pöhl dam is a curved concrete gravity dam. The dam was built in 1958-1964 near Jocketa (now part of the community Pöhl) in the Vogtland (commissioned in 1964). The dam gets its name from the village Pöhl, which is now under water. In fact, the underwater location serves as a diving attraction. The dammed water, the shoot, is a tributary of the white magpie.
April 6, 2018
Swimming, sailing, sailing, diving and other recreational sports in the reservoir is possible (but there are no sports boats with internal combustion engine approved), there is a campsite and extensive leisure activities, such. B. a climbing park. Passenger ship tours are offered on the dam in the summer months. Sailing regattas are held regularly, and many sailing clubs and a diving club are organized around the dam. During the summer season, the main beach (FKK Helmsgrün) is guarded by the Wasserwacht during the day. Regattas and diving competitions are also supervised. Every year there is a triathlon. Even hiking around the reservoir is possible on a nearly twenty kilometers long route.
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November 27, 2019
In the heart of the Vogtland, not far from the top town of Plauen, lies the Pöhl dam, Saxony's third largest reservoir.
Embedded in a charming low mountain landscape, hikers and cyclists as well as water sports enthusiasts will find countless opportunities for active enjoyment of nature. A varied leisure activities around the reservoir as well as in its immediate vicinity also gives families an unforgettable holiday experience.
August 9, 2018
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