Today a group hike took place, which led from Schönwalde (BAR) to Birkenwerder and was planned and carried out by Frank M. Thank you for this idea!Altogether we were today 20 persons and were again accompanied by the bitch Ghana. Even today, new faces were there for personal meeting and there were great conversations. Many thanks to all hiking friends of today's tour!The route starts at the breakpoint Schönwalde (BAR) and leads past the lakes in the Mühlenbecker country (mill pond, Mühlenbecker lake, Summter carp ponds, Summter lake), the castle Dammsmühle, through the beautiful Briesetal and over the Briesesteig. After crossing the railway lines and crossing the motorway A10 - Berliner Ring - we reach Birkenwerder. Here the path leads over the jetty on the Boddensee and the Mönchsee. Via the Brieseallee we reach the town hall Birkenwerder. Via the Clara-Zetkin-Straße we reach the S-Bahn station Birkenwerder, the end of this tour!Here are the records of the migrants:
Frank M .: komoot.de/tour/98782561
Tom (Panketaler): komoot.de/tour/98657056
Wolfram (Marflow): komoot.de/tour/98759555
Hans sausage: komoot.de/tour/98742243
Kerstin: komoot.de/tour/98742859Caption of the photos follows ...
October 12, 2019
Appointment and meeting point:
Saturday, 02.11.2019, 09:30 clock
Templin city station++++++IMPORTANT CHANGE for the people planned from Lichtenberg !!!Here are the best options for those arriving by train (I use this connection from Potsdamer Platz):The connection 07:50 clock from Lichtenberg deleted unfortunately!from Oranienburg: 08:21 am - track 20
from Löwenberg: 08:39 - track 3
at Templin city: 09:18 clockFor the group planned from Lichtenberg I buy a Brandenburg-Berlin ticket. This costs 29 euros for 5 people. Share per person: 6 EUR.
myself, Silvia, Karen, Regina ... 1 place on the BB ticket is still available-------If you do not want to drive to Ostkreuz or Lichtenberg, you have the following option:
from Berlin-Südkreuz: 07:33 - track 6 with RE 5
from B-Potsd. Place: 07:37 clock - track 3
from B-Hauptbahnhof: 07:42 - track 5
from B-Gesundbrunnen: 07:49 - track 9
to Oranienburg: 08:10 - track 20
Change to the RB 12 to Templin
from Oranienburg: 08:21 am - track 20 - RB12For this connection with change in Oranienburg Frank Meyer has agreed to buy a Brandenburg-Berlin ticket. Please let me know!-------Another change from the RE5 to the RB12 is still in Löwenberg.
RE5 to Löwenberg: 08:22 am - track 1
Change to the RB12 to Templin (see above)The single ticket per person and direction costs 10, - EUR (reduced 7.50 EUR).-------Motorists have the opportunity to park their vehicle in the Park and Ride car park in Robert-Koch-Straße. The car park is diagonally opposite the Templin city train station in front of the supermarket.++++++Return journeys by train line RB12 via Löwenberg are possible from Templin city every hour in the 34th minute.
All rides of the RB12 end on 02.11. because of construction work of the German course already in Oranienburg. There is connection to the S1.Return by train Line RB63 to Eberswalde via Joachimsthal are possible from Templin Stadt every two hours in the 38th minute.In Löwenberg and Eberswalde there are connections to Bernau and on to Berlin (north-south route).++++++This round trip starts and ends in the city of Templin, which is also called the Pearl of the Uckermark. This tour takes you along six lakes that are located mainly to the east of Templin. The route leads over wild-romantic paths near the shore and sections through the Brandenburg pine forest, past meadows and fields.Some of you have or will receive a personal invitation via komoot. If I missed someone, it was not intentional. Of course, EVERYONE is welcome on this hike!Questions can be asked here or contact me via email email@example.com or WhatsApp 01523-1754434.++++++Please note the length of this tour! You should have already hiked such tours. This tour takes place in all weathers except in extreme weather.Everyone is responsible for the food. Please take enough snacks and drinks with you! Breaks are taken for granted as a matter of course. On the way there are some resting places and shelters. A retreat will probably only be possible in Templin at the end of the tour, if at all.Participation in this hike is at your own risk!+++++++Here is an addendum:For those of you who would like to be part of a group tour or would like to get to know this area near Templin, but do not trust the total length of this route, you have the possibility to omit the circumnavigation of the Gleuensee. This saves you about 5 km.
October 4, 2019
Date / Meeting point: Train stop Schönwalde (Barnim) of the RB27 on 12.10.2019 at 9.45*** Please note the rail replacement traffic between Buch and Schönwalde!
So do not change as usual in Karow in the RB27 but in book in the replacement bus. ***The return trip from Birkenwerder is easy every 10 minutes with the S-Bahn direction Berlin / Potsdam possible.For passengers arriving by car: it is best to park your car at the P + R parking lot at the S-Bahn station book station, a piece with train / bus back and forth you have to go in any case-------------------------So now the tour through the Briesetal for my next 'normal' monthly group hike ...
Certainly not an insider tip for a long time, but always beautiful and certainly one of the most attractive routes in the whole of Brandenburg, especially in autumn. I do not hike here the pure Briesetal route but the combination with the great lakes in the Mühlenbecker country and the haunted castle Dammsmühle and show you my favorite variant of the way, at the end there is still a piece of Briesesteig. Who does not know the area will be sure to be thrilled.Unfortunately, Manfred Reschke is not there this time, I am a similar route this year but already hiked under his leadership in the opposite direction, here are the impressions: komoot.de/tour/70747833Also on this tour there will be a longer and at least two shorter breaks again. A stop on the way I have not planned, so please think of your own backpacking food.Hikings are done in EVERY weather (except in really extreme weather), you walk on your own responsibility and bear the risks yourself. You should have hiked it already routes of this length before, the route is not particularly demanding, but could be depending on the weather partly a little wet on the edge of the waters.As always, I send you selected personal invitations about komoot to you, but will certainly overlook again some potentially interested people or forget what I apologize for now. Of course, all non-personally invited users are equally welcome and I look forward to a joint tour with you.For further questions email me to firstname.lastname@example.org or write in the comments.
September 27, 2019
Today another group tour planned and led by Frank Meyer, in which also Manfred Reschke took part and leads from Rehagen via Klausdorf to Wünsdorf. Here it goes over the soil-geo-path and the 66-lakes trail up and down through a really interesting, interesting and beautiful landscape.Now I have made another stage on the 66 lakes hiking trail, which I still lacked.Many thanks again to Frank Meyer, Manfred Reschke and the entire hikers!Here the recording of Frank Meyer with detailed tour description:
komoot.de/tour/95306942And other migrants:
Hans sausage: komoot.de/tour/95233229
Gerd: komoot.de/tour/95131437Caption of the photos will be done later ...
September 21, 2019
!!! IMPORTANT INFO TO TRAIN CONNECTION !!! THE RE7 DOES NOT DRIVE MOMENTAN TO ZOSSEN. YOU MUST ALL COMING FROM BERLIN TO TAKE THE RE5, WHICH ARRIVES IN Zoos AT 9:06 AM! In Zossen there is a large heated waiting area, possibly we can also turn a small round through Zossen to bridge the waiting time on the bus.Date / meeting: 21.09.2019, 9:45 clock, station forecourt Zossen
Reachable with RE5 from Berlin, best connection: RE5 at 8:18 clock from Berlin central station (I myself are as far ahead in the train)
Continue in the group by bus from Bhf Zossen to Rehagen at 9:55 am
For passengers arriving by car: you can park at Zossen station and get off there again on the return journey by train (1 stop)----------------------... after the great success of the group hike from last weekend here now the next tour date, where I will be again together with Manfred Reschke.The track is almost identical to the tour I wandered on last Sunday (Impressions & Documentation: komoot.de/tour/87276870) and I promise you a varied and sometimes very impressive hiking experience through the areas of the former Clay pits and gypsum fractures with slight upland characteristics.In any case, I would have invited Manfred Reschke back to participate, but in that case, it is also an honor for me to accompany him as the creator of the 66-Seen-Weg on a section of the Brandenburg flagship hiking trail he has created.Hikings are done in EVERY weather (except in really extreme weather), you walk on your own responsibility and bear the risks yourself. You should have hiked it already routes of this length, the route is not particularly demanding, but includes a few meters more than most typical Brandenburg routes.There will be a longer break about half way through the tour and 2-3 shorter breaks.As always, I send you selected personal invitations about komoot to you, but will certainly overlook again some potentially interested people or forget what I apologize for now. Of course, all non-personally invited users are equally welcome and I look forward to a joint tour with you.For further questions email me to email@example.com or write in the comments.
August 20, 2019