If you go to Bernau for dinner, you should definitely include a small or larger wall.
We decided to go around the Oren, so we came through the enchanted forest at the beginning and end of our hike.Enchanted forest path in the Bernau high valley
The enchanted forest path leads through the enchanted high moor landscape of the Taubenmoos in Bernau, district Oberlehen, for 2.5 kilometers. Mosses, ferns, raspberries and cotton grass grow abundantly. Narrow paths meander through forests and meadows, moor brooks murmur, it goes over wooden footbridges and bridges. The circular route is a wonderful experience for everyone and can also be done with a pram. It is not possible with a wheelchair or rollator.
4 days ago
A wonderful day of hiking awaited us today.
The Seppenweg led us on a very beautiful path (which is also cleaned again and again) to the Gurgel grill hut.
From here it went on to the shepherd's well, where there was a breather with a refreshment.
From here we could also enjoy the beautiful view.
June 24, 2020
Today was Monday and a great day for hiking.
We were almost alone and were able to enjoy the wonderful natural surroundings.
After the parking lot at Tallbachstrasse, the beautiful views into the distance begin.
The Rundblich from the Schauenberg is one of the most beautiful in the Canton of Zurich.
We had our well-deserved lunch break in the Gyrenbad restaurant.
The next way on the tour (although stated by Komoot is almost overgrown) we did it but look for an alternative.
June 22, 2020
We drive through Berlin's green lung: the Grunewald. On our tour we leave the Grunewald lakes with their glacial origin on the right and left. Then we roam the old Jewish and British soldiers' cemetery. After crossing Heerstrasse, we visit the only wild water buffalos in Berlin with civil status on the Tiefwerder Wiesen. Passing the Unterhafen Spandau we get to the old town of Spandau. Since we will get there before dark, we do not have to worry that the sidewalks have been raised like we did less than 100 years ago. We quickly leave the old town of Spandau, which was developed in 1232 as the so-called old town island. We then drive along the Spandau Lake to the island of Eiswerder, which developed into an important military and armaments location in the 19th century. When we arrive at the Hohenzollern Canal, we turn right. Cyclists ready to go on holiday now have the opportunity to spontaneously get a last-minute flight at Tegel Airport while it is still open. The rest of the group cycles along the canal along allotment garden colonies to the left and the first industrial areas of the 1970s on the right. On the north shore of Lake Plötzensee we can see the finest sandy beach. This is no hold back when the ice age left this channel. The beach was created together with the construction of an outside staircase, a restaurant and a promenade path.
Arrived at the Westhafen, this most important cargo port in Berlin does not have to shy away from the perspective of a cyclist compared to other German ports. After all, it was Germany's second largest inland port in 1926.
Now the houses are becoming more grand and tall. Along the Berlin Wall Trail, we now come to the Invalidenfriedhof. One or the other photo from days gone by can be viewed there. Afterwards our today's tour ends at the main station.
June 18, 2020
A wonderful day for a bike tour.
The bike paths were very different, from a sensational bike path to an old Roman road that was almost overgrown and was still blocked by a mighty tree. (served as a break place for me)
Despite everything, a wonderful day, especially due to the varied paths and landscapes.
June 16, 2020
In Kremmen you can visit the beautiful asparagus farm and the barn quarter.
Unfortunately the Hesterberg manor was still closed due to Corona and had planned our lunch here.
The bike path N1 from Wustro is beautiful, I really liked it.
Neuruppin is the end of the day.
June 14, 2020
Finally it worked, how many times I drove past Birkenwerder, now I can finally do a little lap around the Bries.
The weather was fine, but hardly any people on the road, all facilities closed due to Corona, too bad.
But I have not seen as many snakes as on this hike this year on all hikes.
June 12, 2020