Karniner Brücke

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Recommended by 6 out of 6 road cyclists

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  • Futur377

    This bridge was part of the old railway line between Berlin and the seaside resorts on Usedom. Blown up in the war, it was never rebuilt. Today the lifting part is a monument. And one of the few quiet places in the area.

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    • August 19, 2018

  • Franco

    The ferry shortens the road instead of Anklam by about 30 km and is pretty. Sometimes there are gummi bears from the ferryman.

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    • June 29, 2018

  • Reinhard

    Note: More information on the Internet: http: //fähre-kamp-karnin.de

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    • July 18, 2018

  • Futur377

    Unfortunately the ferry does not run!
    Two years ago there were 2 ferries to Usedom. After the ferryman of the "Anklamer ferry" (Attention, this is a place!) Unfortunately passed away, the Kamp ferryman got such extensive conditions this year that the operation was no longer profitable and he had to give up. Thank you to the district administration, it has deleted a tourist attraction of the Baltic Sea hinterland without replacement and destroyed some sources of income.
    Thanks to the people who have organized wonderful experiences for us hikers and cyclists in recent years!

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    • June 12, 2019

  • Gerd

    As a district of Usedom, Karnin has a small communal harbor with a resting place for water hikers that offers berths for around 70 pleasure boats. Electricity and water are available on the jetties, and sanitary facilities and washing machines in the port area. There is also a barbecue area and a snack next to the harbor master's office. From the port, you can also take a bridge tour to the Karnin lift bridge and Zeesen boat trips.
    Karnin is a customs port for vehicles entering or leaving Germany via the Kleine Haff.

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    • April 8, 2019

  • Christian

    Just great! If you translate by ferry, you will see a lot more of it!

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    • August 23, 2018

  • Christian

    Attention! The ferry has not operated since May 2019 - the website is not available. Ferry service obviously set!

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    • May 28, 2019

  • Futur377

    Unfortunately, the ferry does not sail!
    2 years ago there were 2 ferries to Usedom. After the ferryman of the "Anklamer Ferry" (Attention, this is a place!) Unfortunately passed away, the ferryman of Kamp got so extensive editions this year, that the company did not reckon and he had to give up. Give thanks to the district administration, they have deleted a tourist attraction of the Baltic hinterland without replacement and destroyed some sources of income.
    Thanks to the people who have organized wonderful experiences for us hikers and cyclists in recent years!

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    • June 12, 2019

  • Gerd

    The lifting bridge is the remnant of the railway bridge that was blown up in the last days of WWII. The trains used to run over this bridge via a branch in the small town of Ducherow to the island of Usedom. For cost reasons, the reconstruction of the bridge was discarded. Trains to and from the island of Usedom today travel via Wolgast. The only possibility of translating - even by bicycle - is the ferry between Kamp and Karnin.

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    • April 8, 2019

  • PatrickW

    Unfortunately the ferry still doesn't run:
    The Kamp-Karnin ferry is unfortunately not yet running in 2020,
    the ferry service will likely resume from 2021.

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    • August 3, 2020

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Location: Baltic Sea, Germany

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  • Elevation20 m

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