- 05:0617.3 mi3.4 mph475 ft475 ft
I've known Stechlinsee for so long ...
However, not as a hike, but rather from kayaking and as a wonderful swimming lake, and it was years ago that I was there the last time.Accordingly, I was very happy about Suki’s beautiful template that wandered around Stechlinsee a few days ago.
It was clear to me that I want to plan a tour there as soon as possible ... just a little longer and more extensive ...When two days later BJN wandered around the Stechlin and Marflow, the Stechlinsee and the Peetschsee, I was largely relieved of the planning 😜Many thanks to you three!About the tour:
The weather forecast was promising and one could or had to expect really high temperatures.
Accordingly, it started before 6 a.m. firstly to escape the afternoon heat and above all to enjoy the wonderful atmosphere at this early time ... oh yes ... and one can say: the weather was terrific ... !!! 😁
There was still early fog on the Dagowsee when we started our round tour from Neuglobsow. The temperatures in the morning were super pleasant to walk and even a first bath before 7 a.m. was feasible ... even if it was freezing cold 😂
I think there is not much to report about the Stechlinsee itself ... beautiful, with 70 meters the deepest lake in Brandenburg with fantastic clear and clean water ...Back to the hike ...
From Neuglobsow we went past the Fontanehaus to Stechlinsee and there along the immediate bank paths
towards the south-west ... clockwise around the lake.
Over the wooden bridge over the Polzow Canal we came to the shore of the "Hölzchen" peninsula and after circling it we went over the outlet canal along the former Keins Rheinsberg to the bay "Katz". This was followed by the passage of the northern shore with the small bay "Blue Cow" and finally the large northern "Sun Bay".
From there we continued south along the bank until shortly before the Fenchelberg we chose the branch in a northeastern direction to the Peetschsee.This is also really recommendable and offers the opportunity to cool off a little more with a variety of beautiful swimming areas.
The perspective is a bit different compared to Stechlinsee, as there is usually a thick strip of wood between the paths and the shore. Still very impressive, because the green is accompanied by the shimmering blue of the water between the trees.After completely circumnavigating the Peetschsee we finally crossed Dagow and via the southern bank of the Dagowsee we came back to the starting point and the end of our tour.Conclusion:
Beautiful summer hike with endless bathing opportunities.
Correctly recommended !!!! 😁
August 1, 2020
With mostly overcast skies and a few light showers, but with very pleasant temperatures, today it was again about one of the large water areas in Berlin's urban area, Lake Tegel.
Starting from the Neheimer Straße car park, the circular tour mainly ran along the direct riverside paths of the lake. This was followed by the passage on the Berlin-Spandau shipping canal on the opposite bank of Hallig Tegel and the first crossing of the Havel over the Wasserstadtbrücke. From there, the hike continued along the Maselake Canal to the Aalemannufer, from where we used the ferry to cross the Havel to Tegelort for the second time.
Back on the shores of Lake Tegel, we continued through the southern part of the Tegeler Forest with a view of Valentinswerder, Baumwerder, the island of Scharfenberg, Lindwerder and Hasselwerder to the Großer Malchsee bay.
The last section then led over the Sechserbrücke onto the Greenwichpromenade past the Kanonenplatz and the Borsighafen back to the starting point.Very pleasant, easy to walk and varied round. Except for a few exceptions from urban transition passages, it's really nice! If you like hiking on the banks of large lakes, you've come to the right place. We recommend. 😁
July 26, 2020
- 02:016.93 mi3.4 mph50 ft50 ft
Today a small round tour in the afternoon through the Seepark into the Wuhlheide, around the FEZ and further along the trotting course and finally back through the Prinzenviertel.
And there was also the reward for the little tour ... 😁
The 'ice cream manufactory Prinzeneis' !!
July 25, 2020
- 02:188.11 mi3.5 mph50 ft50 ft
The Uckermark is and remains simply beautiful!For a long time we had chosen a hike around Lake Unteruckersee as one of the goals for this year. I had already prepared the planning for this tour some time ago. However, the implementation was only mentally aimed towards autumn, since the route did not even hike quickly with more than 30 km and also caused a certain amount of respect.Thanks to our Komoot relay hike in June, we now knew that even 30 km with sufficient breaks are absolutely feasible.Accordingly, today we have implemented the planning ... 😁
I was really looking forward to this hike for a long time, because I basically find the Uckermark very scenic and already knew some passages. And my anticipation was totally justified! It was a really nice hike, very varied and entertaining and certainly one of the tour highlights of this year for me !!!The starting point for our round tour was at the Ucker Stadium in Prenzlau. From there we hiked the round clockwise and started south accordingly. Since we had already started our journey before 6 a.m., we were able to enjoy the wonderful morning mood and the beautiful lighting conditions of the still low sun.And even at this time you are not alone ... a number of deer including offspring,
vineyard snails crossing the path, of course cranes in the wet meadows and storks posing in flight ... and my highlight ... a young fox happily trotting across the meadow ... saw us, watched us ... and sat down in the middle of the Meadow ... looked around, very relaxed and obviously in a good mood. Get up ... jumped high in the air with all fours at the same time and set off on the further way.
And even if the chicken-owned village community does not share my view ... after a good breakfast I am usually in a really good mood 😜 ... let it be granted !!Back to the hike.
Over the Cape we went through the white mountains along the eastern shore of the Unteruckersee and further through the wet meadows between the Unteruckersee and Oberuckerseeen to Seehausen.
Here we had a great place at the pier on Oberuckersee with a wonderful lake view and plenty of sun for a first break.
We continued over the "center of the Uckermark" through the fields to Potzlow with a detour to the large Potzlowsee.
From here the path led us through meadows and fields to the north past Strehlow to Zollchow, where we took our second break with a beautiful view of the water on the shores of Lake Unteruckersee.
It went back to Prenzlau via Röpersdorf and the circular route ended with the Uckerpromenade and allotments.The Uckermark is and remains simply beautiful!
July 11, 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! 😃
July 5, 2020
- 01:506.84 mi3.7 mph50 ft50 ft