A look at the weather app promised sun at Griebnitzsee and so I set off. It was still raining on arrival but then stopped within 5 minutes and it turned out nice. Unfortunately, on the Babelsberg side there are only short sections of the way directly on the water, but the great villas make up for it when walking through the street. After crossing the park bridge Klein Glienicke, it was now on the Berlin side to the lake and after a short distance you are right on the lake in the forest. This consists of very tall and old, as well as many overturned and weathered trees. Really enchanted. The way led me to the Hubertusbrücke and after crossing it I went to the Söhnel shipyard. Where the bear quilted last year is now a yawning emptiness. After passing the freight dock, a small path now goes along the Teltow Canal and leads me to the former motorway border crossing, on which nature regains its rights. It goes back over Albrechts Teerofen and Kremnitzufer. At the end of the road you come to a heathland again, after which you have to cross the road again. It goes across the university grounds to the Griebnitzsee S station, where I met Little Red Riding Hood. After passing the S Bahn it goes back to my starting point via streets and riverside path. A very nice lap, which was not very busy and was very easy to run barefoot.
April 1, 2021
Today's lap led me along the Oder Spree Canal to Seddinsee and from there to Gosen. There I discovered the sculpture park by chance, as I had taken the wrong turn, and then it was around the nature reserve Wernsdorfer See. The detour to the Stichweg turned out to be the highlight.
March 29, 2021
This round turned out to be more interesting than expected. Lots of water, sunshine and more green than expected and I had heard something casually from the ink box settlement, but not at all on the screen. So I promptly deviated from my planned route when I saw a sign and that is how I discovered the beautiful route at Plumpengraben.
March 21, 2021