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- 04:079.96 mi2.4 mph150 ft125 ft
With glorious sunshine and cool temperatures in the morning, it was probably the first autumn hike of the year.Since after the last update my Komoot app unfortunately took a max. If it keeps crashing for 30 seconds, the upload of the hiked tour was simply not possible. 🙄
That's why I ultimately uploaded the planned lap. Our actual hike was identical in terms of the route but approx. 200 m shorter. And we were also a little faster than indicated 😁Nice round trip around the Rummelsburger Bucht, the Stralau peninsula and the Treptower Park. The section along the bank in the Plänterwald then led parallel to the Berlin Triathlon that was currently running. Fortunately, we didn't have a bike or swimming trunks with us, so that spontaneous participation, thank God, was not possible. 😜
September 7, 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
Today's round trip around the Schmöckwitzer Werder has now completed the quadruple of hikes along the diverse riverside paths of the Dahme lake landscape in the southeast of Treptow-Köpenick.The round started on the southern shore of Lake Seddin and continued along the Oder-Spree Canal. In the further course lay the shores of the Krossinsee, the big train and the Zeuthener lake.In the end, of course, the hikes had a certain comparability. But you can still speak of a diverse region that is really great to hike. Highly recommended !Here are the other hikes of the Dahme-4-Teiler:komoot.de/tour/185194865?ref=itdkomoot.de/tour/181023022?ref=itdkomoot.de/tour/168703127?ref=itd
May 30, 2020
- 02:468.53 mi3.1 mph450 ft450 ft
Today the round trip went through the NSG Teufelsseemoor Köpenick with the Teufelsee, over the Müggelberge, the large Müggelberg is at least 114.7 m above sea level. NHN the highest natural elevation in Berlin 😂, further up to the bank paths along the Grosse Krampe and the Long See and finally back over the Kanonenberge.Highly recommended hike.
The wooden footbridge over the surfaces of the Teufelsseemoor is particularly worth mentioning in terms of the beauty of the landscape.
May 17, 2020
The round along the large Krampe and the Seddinsee is probably a little classic in the east of the city. After having seen it here several times, I finally hiked the tour myself.
Very nice round ... highly recommended. Especially the fact that the small paths lead long distances along the water is fun.
And!!! Impressive performance of the beavers that can be admired on the way 😳😁
May 8, 2020