Hiking Highlight (Segment)
The Löcknitztal extends over a total length of 28 kilometers. The section of the upper Löcknitztal, between Fangschleuse and Kienbaum, has been protected since the 1990s.
This makes this 15-kilometer route particularly appealing, as it is very natural. The Löcknitz meanders through a rare plant world and past wet meadows and wet meadows.
Butterfly lovers might find more than 450 species of butterfly here.
January 25, 2017
Löcknitztalweg and 66 lakes hiking trail
"Abgefahren - losgewandert": Experience three hiking stations in 5 hours!
From the Erkner or Fangschleuse train stations to the Hangelsberg train station, you can hike along the Löcknitztalweg, one of the most striking landscapes of the Warsaw-Berlin glacial valley. The idyllic Löcknitz Valley has been a favorite destination for nature lovers and hikers for more than 100 years. But also fishing enthusiasts find Löcknitztal a real paradise: the trout system Klein Wall, in which it is also wonderful rest.
The Löcknitztalweg is also a section of the 7th and 8th stage of the 66-Seen-Wanderweg.
March 5, 2017
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