- 03:016.71 mi2.2 mph675 ft675 ft
As a rule, the Prötzeler Forest is rarely visited and you can experience the forest even more intensely off the beaten track. The area of the so-called "Kesselpfanne" is characterized by many small depressions and hills. Probably a relic of the last ice age.
(The way back was not recorded.)
October 7, 2021
Today we went south from Berlin to Thyrow in search of mushrooms. The chestnuts were not always visible, but the search is what makes such a tour so attractive and it was easily enough for dinner with the family. But there was a real highlight with a huge grass snake. You don't get something like that up close and in the middle of the forest every day.
September 26, 2021
On Sunday a little tour of the forest by bike in the Strausberg area.
At the bee mountains near Prötzel I literally left my path this time. Probably too much improvised. In the end, the bike was pushed through ferns and blackberries a little frustrated because of two sections closed with fences. So not recommended for imitation at this point. Then a nice, long break in the forest with the remains of the family picnic from Saturday and looking for mushrooms.
September 6, 2021
With the beautiful afternoon weather, I couldn't resist taking a little bike tour after work. That it shouldn't go that far, a round through the Barnimer Feldmark offered itself. The views over many wide fields, a couple of nice lakes and, at the end of the day, the delicious mirabelle plums and plums along the way were worth it.
September 3, 2021
On the way between two beautiful historic train station buildings, there were plenty of scenic contrasts to discover today. Colorful meadows with butterflies, shady beech forests with the first mushroom greetings, wide views over the fields, typical sandy paths through pine forests and a quiet lake accompanied us with changing clouds and a play of light and shadow between the Kaiserbahnhof in Joachimsthal and the Chorin train station. All in all, a very varied hike.
Inspired by a tour from parents Matthes:
August 21, 2021