The Krumme Lanke is a lake of the Grunewaldseenkette in the Berlin district of Steglitz-Zehlendorf. The lake is surrounded by a 2.5 km long riverside path. Ideal for walkers, hikers, runners and cyclists. At the lake there are also several swimming spots.
The lake Krumme Lanke is easily accessible via the Fischerhüttenstraße from the subway station Krumme Lanke (U3).
December 27, 2016
The path around the Krumme Lanke can be seen as part of a longer, very nice tour. My suggestion: Entry at the Gasthaus Paulsborn on Hüttenweg. From there on Langen Luch and Riemeisterfen over to Krummenlanke, this round and then on the other side back. In my opinion, one of the most beautiful routes in the Grunewald. Parking is available at the starting point for a small fee.
November 23, 2017
The Krumme Lanke is the third southernmost lake in the Grunewaldsee chain after the Nikolassee and the neighboring Schlachtensee. To the northeast follow the silted up "Riemeistersee" in the Riemeisterfenn nature reserve, the Langes Luch nature reserve, the Grunewaldsee and the Hundekehlesee. The tubular "Krumme Lanke" has a length of 1,100 meters, a circumference of around 2.5 kilometers, is up to 6.60 meters deep and has an area of around 154,000 m². The lake is connected to the Schlachtensee underground.
A two and a half kilometer long riverside path is used for walking and by many joggers. You can swim in several places on the Krummen Lanke.Source: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krumme_Lanke
November 2, 2020
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