Both bull lakes are a beautiful piece of nature. Incidentally, the name of the two lakes has nothing to do with cattle or the police. Wikipedia tells us that they can probably be derived from the Low German verb bullern, which means something like rumble or roar. From the time of superstition, the lakes could be associated with poltergeists or noisy swarms of ghosts.
August 27, 2020
A 30m wide sandy beach on the Bullensee, which has formed because of the great drought in the summer / autumn of 2018. Almost "Baltic Sea feeling", it only lacks the beach chairs ;-)). It will probably be over after the rainy season. The walk on the beach and the round about the Bullensee is definitely worthwhile.
October 24, 2018
If you walk from the parking lot towards the lake and then right again along the lake, the entrance to a wonderful hike comes on the right. You can go 7.5 km or 11 km. It is very varied. First you go through a bog landscape called Großer Moor and Weißes Moor. there is a lot of forest, later meadows with sheep and cattle, blueberries in summer and a lot of mushrooms in autumn. it is my favorite hike.
April 18, 2020
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