The Hasselbach is not difficult to cross. The Hasselbach rises on the western edge of Hiddesen in the Donoperteich-Hiddeser Bent nature reserve at the foot of the 340 m high Kahler Ehberg as a moor brook and initially flows in a westerly direction parallel to the L 938. After about 1 km the stream flows through the first reservoir, the crab pond. As it continues, the stream gradually turns north. After a further 100 meters, the stream is dammed a second time and feeds the Donoperteich. After flowing through the pond, the Hasselbach continues curvy in its deeply incised creek bed to the north, parallel to the L 944 and is dammed a third time to the Hasselbach reservoir. For the last 3.5 km of its course, the stream continues to flow in a northerly direction around the Detmold district of Pivitsheide V. H. - northeast of the Meschesee - at an altitude of approx. 112 m above sea level. NN to flow into the Werre.
September 2, 2020
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