About three kilometers south of the lake runs the Mirower Canal, the northwestern part of the Müritz-Havel Waterway (MHW), and connects the Müritz with the lakes in the Mirow area. The Mirower canal replaced the Alte Fahrt or the old Müritz-Havel waterway, which flows from the north into the Granzow Möschen. The old MHW begins on the east bank of the Müritz with the Bolter channel, which had a lock in the area of the Bolter mill, which was however filled up. Next close to Caarpsee, Woterfitzsee, Leppinsee, Großer Kotzower See and Kleiner Kotzower See and south of the Mirow Lake.All lakes form a chain of lakes, which is used by paddlers as a branch line on the way from the Müritz. From the Mirower to the Leppinsee also the ride for ships with internal combustion engine is allowed. However, Caarp and Woterfitzsee are closed to vehicles with internal combustion engines.
July 14, 2018
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