Bike Touring Highlight
Here from the southern tip you have a beautiful view of the lake.
The lake was formed during the Vistula Ice Age as a subglacial drainage valley. Notable inflows are missing; For this reason, the lake is fed mainly by groundwater and precipitation. An artificial tributary is the stone ditch, which supplies water from Einfelder lake. The lake is drained by the north-eastern Stintgraben, which flows down the mill pond of the Schmalsteder Mühle to the Eider.The lake is closed to motor boats. On the east side there is a Badeanstalt.Zu foot the lake is to circumnavigate in about an hour, of which about 80% on a trail off the roads. The bike is much faster.😄de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bordesholmer_See