Gepflasterte Waldwege am Hubertussee – S-Bahn Berlin
Hiking Highlight (Segment)
S-Bahn Berlin planned a hike.
July 26, 2018
In the north of the garden settlement Frohnau is the small Hubertussee. The lake was originally created as a clay pit. Already around 1910 it was flooded and renatured. He was part of the new settlement plan for Frohnauer Forst. Another special feature of the forest dates back to this time: cobblestone streets had already been built before a first house was built. Although the settlement plan was never put into action, the paved roads were preserved. On a leisurely hike to the lake you can discover the old streets.Take the S-Bahn S1 line to S-Bahn station Frohnau every 20 minutes. You walk a bit through the beautifully laid out streets in the direction of the Berlin Wall Trail. On the edge of the S-Bahn tracks the Mauerweg leads for a bit through an open meadow landscape, until it finally kinks before Hohen Neuendorf into the forest. Here you leave the wall path for a few meters and walk on to the cobblestone streets. Only in late autumn, when the ground is completely covered with leaves, the streets disappear until spring. Then it goes back to the Wall. After you have passed an old border watchtower, you will soon reach the Hubertussee. You circle the lake and then follow the trail over a section of the old wall strip back to S-Bahn station Frohnau.