Hiking Highlight (Segment)
🥾Robin💥 and Fiete went for a hike.
July 5, 2020
After the pretty nice hike of the last weekend around the Hellsee and Obersee and the passage of the Upstallfließ, the curiosity for this region was definitely aroused. Accordingly, a round trip through the nature reserve Biesental Basin was on the plan today. The starting point of the hike was Lobetal with the Mechesee. From here we continued over the Plötzensee, along the Upstallfließ to the Hellsee, which we first hiked in an easterly direction and then continued on the north bank. The Crooked Lanke and the Crooked Fen followed. The passage Krummes Fenn was super impressive and fascinating, but the path through nettles, sometimes as tall as a man, and dense blackberry bushes can be described as a bit difficult. Still absolutely worthwhile.This was followed by the small and large Wukensee and the Krumme Pfuhl.After a short detour to the Hellmühler Fließ and the Rüdnitzer Fließ, we passed the Langerönner See as the ninth and last lake of the round before our tour ended with another passage through the Mechesee back at the starting point in Lobetal.Really a very, very nice and super varied route. Each of the 9 lakes had a different appearance and the paths, forests and meadows were very different.We really enjoyed the route! We recommend! 😃
And you can swim wonderfully in the Mechesee!
In the Hellsee too!
Bea was faster ... Maybe I'll mop up the tour for the next weekend. 😁
Mopsen expressly desired ... 😜Really recommendable!
Then will you take me with Regina? And we go swimming? : D
That was the plan Bea. 😁
Thanks for the nice tour, I wrote it off straight away.
I am very pleased with Klaus!Enjoy your time!And the areas of the rivers and the crooked fen are definitely something for the drone ... if you do the round ... I'm looking forward to it !!! 😁
Robin always nice tours, Regina, Bea I'm there too hi
Great, I'm happy 😀
July 6, 2020
It is always amazing to see which hiking variations this great area inspires. Also made a backup, although I know the area well. Thank you!