This tour should be done in three days. First stage from Erkner to Spindlersfeld, second stage from Spindlersfeld to Bellevue, third stage from Bellevue to Albrechtshof.
I have laid out the paths so that it goes as close as possible to the Spree, even if the official route is somewhat different.
February 10, 2020
Date / meeting point: February 22, 2020, 10 a.m. at Reinickendorf Town Hall (Eichborndamm, northern exit of the U8 underground station)------------... after the tour at the southern end of Berlin a few days ago, my next group hike will take place at the opposite end of the city. In March there will be another 'real' nature hike in the group, promised ...The February tour is designed as a generous circular tour through Reinickendorf, with the most beautiful sections of the idyllic Tegel River flowing through the city area and the largely underestimated north ditch. Both parts of the route are connected by the rather pleasant section of the Wall Trail around Lübars, including the 'ascent' of the Lübarser Höhe.This tour also specifically invites people who may just want to hike a piece. There will be a few options to cancel the tour at bus stops and S-Bahn stations on the way.I have no plans for a stop on the way, so please think about backpacking.You hike in any weather (except in really extreme weather), you hike on your own responsibility and bear the risks yourself. The route profile is not particularly demanding, in very damp weather it can get a bit mushy here and there.As always, I will send selected personal invitations to you via komoot and invite you to them in the newsletter of my website, but I will surely overlook or forget some potentially interested people, for which I apologize now. Of course, all users who are not personally invited are also welcome and I look forward to the tour with you. For questions please email me at email@example.com or write here in the comments.If you do not want to miss my invitations in the future, please register for my newsletter, in which I will also add a few more information about hiking at: wandern-berlin-brandenburg.de/newsletter
January 28, 2020
This tour initially led across endless meadows to the Rangsdorfer See. When that happened, the nicest part actually started. Along the Zülow Canal there is a beautiful landscape with a small viewing platform over the canal. In the middle of the forest, a little off the path, there is a really nice resting place.
Also interesting is the area on which I suspect an ammunition depot might have been. The buildings can still be seen at Komoot, but none exist. The whole area is renatured.
February 9, 2020
Once you have found the start of the Panke, you have to walk a little way back along the track so that you can continue on the path at the Panke. The actual Pankeweg (officially north-south route) only starts at Bernau station. The piece from the origin to the station is not yet included.
In many places the path does not go directly along the Panke, so you have to accept a few detours. Overall, this is a nice tour, especially if it goes directly along the Panke.
February 9, 2020
Date and meeting point:
Saturday, February 8th, 2020, 9:30 a.m.
Königs Wusterhausen train station (forecourt / Bahnhofstrasse)+++++++Getting there:From Berlin with the RE 2 (Wismar <> Cottbus):
from B-Spandau: 8:20 a.m.
from B-Zoological Garden: 8:30 a.m.
from B-Hauptbahnhof: 8:35 a.m.
from B-Friedrichstrasse: 8:39 a.m.
from B-Alexanderplatz: 8:43 a.m.
from B-Ostkreuz: 8:51 a.m.
at Königs Wusterhausen: 9:09 a.m.-------From Bernau via Berlin with the RB 24 (Eberswalde <> Senftenberg):
from Bernau: 8:32 a.m.
from B-Ostkreuz: 8:58 a.m.
from B-Schöneweide: 9:06 a.m.
at Königs Wusterhausen: 9:19 a.m.-------From Potsdam via Golm and Schönefeld on the RB 22 (Potsdam Hbf <> Königs Wusterhausen):
from Potsdam Hbf: 07:44 a.m.
from Schönefeld: 8:40 a.m.
at Königs Wusterhausen: 8:54 a.m.ORwith RE 1 and change to RE 2:
from Potsdam Hbf: 07:55 a.m.
from B-Wannsee: 8:02 a.m.
from B-Charlottenburg: 8:11 a.m.
at B-Zoologischer Garten: 08:14 - change
(see above for RE 2)-------The RB 36 (Frankfurt / Oder <> Königs Wusterhausen) also runs here-------Traveling by S-Bahn line S46 is NOT recommended. As of 04.01. exists on days 01, 02 and 08.02. from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. replacement bus transport between Zeuthen and Königs Wusterhausen.An ABC ticket for EUR 3.60 or a connecting ticket is required to travel from Berlin.A BC ticket for EUR 3.30 is required for the journey from Potsdam with the RB22 and an ABC ticket for EUR 3.60 for the journey from Potsdam via Berlin with RE1 + RE2.+++++++Drivers can park their vehicles free of charge at the P&R car park at Königs Wusterhausen train station at the Storkower Str. / Rechtsstraße roundabout.++++++This round tour starts and ends at Königs Wusterhausen station and leads along the Notte Canal and along the Hofjagdweg to Krummensee. From here, the Krumme See and the Sutschketal are surrounded with a detour to the town of Bestensee.The Sutschketal is a narrow valley channel with a variety of rare natural treasures and extends between Bestensee and Krummensee. The Sutschketal is located northeast of the Dahme-Heideseen nature park.+++++++As usual, some of you have received a personal invitation via komoot. If I missed someone, it wasn't intentional. Of course EVERYONE is welcome on this hike!You can ask questions here or contact me via email firstname.lastname@example.org or via WhatsApp 01523-1754434.++++++Please note the length of this tour! You should have already hiked such tours. This hike is carried out in all weather conditions, except extreme weather conditions.Everyone is responsible for their own meals. Please bring enough snacks and drinks with you! Breaks are taken for granted as required. A break can take place on the way in Bestensee, if the majority so desires, or at the end of the tour in Königs Wusterhausen.Participation in this hike is at your own risk!
January 4, 2020
The highlights of this hike were definitely the ring kiln near Klausdorf, the lookout tower on the Gipsberg and of course the beautiful former gypsum quarries near Sperenberg.
We were in the ring furnace. Fortunately, Detlev had a flashlight with him, because it is pitch dark inside. And there's a lot of stuff around.
From the observation tower on the gypsum mountain you have a great view of the surrounding area, good visibility provided. And we had it.
But the highlight was the former gypsum quarries. Because of them, the large airport Sperenberg was probably canceled. That's a good thing. The area is only recommended, preferably in spring and summer when everything is green. We will definitely come here again.
January 11, 2020