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Biesdorfer Höhe

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Recommended by 47 out of 49 hikers


  • Carola K.

    The Biesdorfer Höhe is a product of the last ice age. It originated around 10,000 years ago and was only about 46 meters high at the time. One of the numerous windmills that were erected on the glacier edge of the Berlin glacial valley stood here until the 18th century. The Biesdorfer Höhe was called Mühlenberg at the time.

    Deposits of rubble and debris over the past centuries have increased the height of the mountain to today's 82 meters. Today you walk through a wonderful green area with oak, ash, hawthorn and poplar.

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  • R 🐺 & G 🚶‍♀️on Tour

    And with a bit of luck you can catch a glimpse of the Müggelsee.
    👉 DO NOT take the path that is intended for mountain bikers. That can be dangerous.

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  • Altmärker 54

    Space for a beautiful panoramic view, but now in the summer many trees have become too high. The way from S-Bahn station Wuhletal has been cleared in recent weeks and so good to commit.

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  • Wolfgang

    Pure nature, wonderful for nature lovers.

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  • Turbo

    The old visual axes have grown over, you can only see trees

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  • Elevation70 m