2015 ging das los: Ein Bekannter und ich hatten die Idee, ein wenig zu wandern. Zunächst war alles noch sporadisch. Später wurde fast eine regelmäßige Kulthandlung daraus, beinahe jeden zweiten Sonntag ging es wandern. 2017 kam dann Komoot dazu. Die erste Wanderung mit Komoot war von Basdorf zum Summter See am 23. April 2017. Und im Mai dann die erste Großwanderung von Bernau nach Usedom in acht Tagesetappen.
Und jetzt: Ohne Komoot geht fast gar nichts mehr. Und weil damit immer mehr Verpflichtungen kommen, muss ich immer wieder raus ... und wandern, wandern, wandern ...Hier habe ich die 66-Seen-Wanderung komplett angelegt zum Nachwandern:
komoot.de/collection/927905/-66-seen-wanderweg-geplantUnd hier sind meine schon gewanderten 66-Seen-Etappen:
komoot.de/collection/915895/-66-seen-wanderwegUnd hier sind die 20 Grünen Hauptwege durch Berlin zum Nachwandern:
komoot.de/collection/1054265/-20-gruene-hauptwege-berlin-geplantUnd hier meine schon gewanderten Grünen Hauptwege:
komoot.de/collection/1055015/-20-gruene-hauptwege-berlinE-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgHier habe ich ein paar Gedanken zum Thema Gesundheit hinterlegt: gesundheit.creativ-studio-majewski.de
- 02:147.14 mi3.2 mph300 ft275 ft
Around 10.30 a.m. we start our tour today at the S-Bahn station Berlin-Blankenburg (S8, S85). The station building is quite handsome. First we walk through the garden settlement, on paths such as the Rohrammerweg and Rotkardinalweg. Parts of today's tour follow the Humboldt track (Grüner Hauptweg 16) and lead along the river ditch. On the way to Am Fließ we discover a universal tree that can be used as a Christmas and Easter tree. At the moment there are Easter eggs hanging on it. It then continues on the Am Windbruch path, which lives up to its name. Fortunately, we don't have to climb trees here.
Passing a small fallow deer enclosure, we continue to the Pankow golf course, which is quite huge. We first hike around the golf course to Lake Malchower. All of Malchow seems to be on the move here today, and the golf course is also well attended. In Malchow it was actually planned to visit the NaturHofLaden. Unfortunately, they changed their opening times for a short time, so that we were standing in front of a locked gate. On the homepage given below, Sunday is still the opening day. The Naturhof's own website naturschutzstation-malchow.de doesn't work at all. Fortunately, there is a fruit and vegetable stand opposite, which also has a good supply of honey. The man tells us that people visit the farm shop and then come to him to go shopping. The farm shop should be very tidy.
We then continue through the Malchower Aue, although we cannot use the planned path across the meadows because it no longer exists. But the alternative is not a detour. Then we walk on the noise protection wall of the Deutsche Bahn to our today's destination, the S-Bahn station Berlin-Wartenberg (S75). This soundproofing wall is really designed in such a way that you can hike a long way on it. At the S-Bahn station we fill our stomachs with china pans before we head back home at around 2.15 p.m.This interesting hike is balanced between paved and unpaved trails. There are sometimes beautiful hiking trails, but there are often asphalt paths through the villages. The weather was dry and warm, and the sun was often shining.
The farm shop was of course a big letdown!NaturHofladen Malchow
Dorfstrasse 35, 13051 Berlin
Attention, new opening times:
Tuesday to Saturday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
better to call beforehand: (030) 9278058 or (0163) 9873985
3 days ago
- 03:038.19 mi2.7 mph575 ft550 ft
Today there are three of us on the road, Andrea, Detlev and me. And it will be a nice, leisurely hike in wonderful spring weather and temperatures of up to twenty degrees.We'll meet at around 10:10 a.m. at Rehfelde train station (RB26). Unfortunately we overlooked the first song board at the train station today, communication is more important and immediately in full swing. First we hike to Garzau to visit the church. Then we visit the Lahres apiary to buy honey from the "honey vending machine". This is a box in front of the beekeeping with a trustworthy cash register. The shop itself is only open on Friday. The castle or manor house Garzau looks a bit boring, apparently all decorations have been removed at some point. That's why there is no photo of it today.
We continue on the Way of St. James to the pyramid near Garzau, which we would not have taken into account without Andrea's advice. The pyramid, built as a mausoleum in 1784, was abandoned in 1802 after the Garzau estate was sold and fell into disrepair. It was rebuilt in 2001 and has been the largest field stone pyramid in Germany ever since. Here we take a little rest.
We continue on the Way of St. James, past an old bunker and through the Annawiesen to Herrensee. On the way around the lake, we have to be careful not to step on the migratory toads that are out there. The southern tip of the Herrensee was a little under water again today. On my last visit, everything was dry there. On the other hand, the Anna south of the lake is still without water ... despite the new bridge. At the lake we happened to meet Pia again, who I met on my tour from Wensickendorf to Liepnitzsee.
Now we reach Strausberg and the Hegermühle train station (S5). After taking the S-Bahn to Strausberg, we get off to buy some cake from the bakery at the train station, which we then enjoy with relish on a bench in the sun. Then we get back on the S-Bahn in the direction of Berlin.
March 30, 2021
Around 10:05 am I start my hike at Thyrow train station (RE3). There is a lot of nice graffiti in the underpass. First I walk through the Nuthewiesen to Kerzendorf. Here I leave the Fontaneweg for a short time to see the beautiful village church. The village square behind the Kerzendorfer church is also impressive. At the old gate I reach the Fontaneweg again and continue to hike to the memorial stones on the Wietstocker Schanzenberg. Here lies a Wilhelm Busch, who certainly wasn't that good at drawing.
We continue through the forest to Löwenbruch. The manor house makes a neat impression, as does the church. I walk past the base of a so-called Würzburg giant, an anti-aircraft radar, through the meadows and along the Nuthegraben in the direction of the Berliner Ring motorway. After crossing the autobahn, I'm already in Genshagen. I still like the castle very much. The church looks a bit tiny, but it doesn't look bad. I then walk past the former sewage fields in the direction of Großbeeren. In the newly designed hills of the old fields I meet two archers who shot at a tiny target with conventional bows. Even finding the record was a bit difficult for me, I would never have met it. One of the shooters also had difficulties ...
In Großbeeren I visit the memorial tower and get myself an éclair as food for the journey, and then take giant steps to the train station, past the water ski facility, which is actually in operation today. At around 3:26 p.m. I reach Großbeeren train station (RE4). The train was two minutes late, so I could turn off Komoot and snap a ticket.Today's hike was very varied, the asphalt stretches were limited. On the long concrete slab paths, one could use the green strips outside and in the middle. But a strong wind was blowing here. The weather was cool, but mostly sunny and dry.
March 28, 2021
At around 10.40 a.m. I start my hike on Fontaneweg F5, first a bit along the railway to the east. We continue north on a beautiful avenue along the Grützegraben. Since I have already walked through Philippsthal and find this path beautiful, I deviated from the Fontaneweg here.
After crossing the road, I walk past the Friedwald Nuthetal and reach the Fontaneweg again, which here also follows the Jakobsweg. On the wide frame it goes to the Priesterweg northwards. The Priesterweg leads me to the east and after a while I reach the Güterfelder Haussee with a beautiful view of Güterfelde. After half-circling the lake, I come to Gütergotz Castle, which is now a condominium complex. The castle and the church are both beautifully restored.
After crossing the motorway-like expressway, I follow the Seematenweg to Stahnsdorf to visit the southwest cemetery. Unfortunately, Komoot shot me to pieces on my planned route in the cemetery, so that I can't find all the graves that I wanted to visit. The Zillegrab, for example, was also in the planning stage. Nevertheless, a visit here is always interesting. After visiting the former Stahnsdorf S-Bahn station of the Friedhofsbahn, I follow the Fontaneweg / Jakobsweg, past the Wilmersdorfer Waldfriedhof, to the Kleinmachnow lock. Here, too, I left the original route to get closer to the Teltow Canal. The old tram 96 at the lock always looks beautiful.
At around 3:15 p.m. I reach the Waldschänke bus station, where the X1 bus to Teltow also leaves.All in all it was an interesting hike with some nice highlights. Some passages were not so nice, for example Priesterweg and Heidestrasse, but that can be neglected. The weather was dry and quite warm. Now and then the sun even shone ... what more could you want.
March 26, 2021
- 03:127.56 mi2.4 mph325 ft325 ft
After we missed the replacement service of the RB36 at 10.15 a.m. due to misleading signs in the Königs Wusterhausen train station, we reached Storkow train station an hour later than planned, around 11.55 a.m. From here we walk on the Salzweg and through Rudolf-Breitscheid-Straße to the next level crossing and continue south again on the Salzweg. This is a hiking trail around the salt marshes near Storkow.
I decided that today is tree stump day, among other things, so you can see several of them here 😉
Our first goal is the small observation tower on the Marstallwiesen. From here you have a good view over the salt marshes and the Schaplowsee. The next destination is the small village of Groß Schauen. First of all, we are surprised by a great rest area in the center of the village, which is clean and well-kept. The highlights of the village are an old half-timbered farmhouse and a really beautiful half-timbered church with a wooden extension for the church bells. Next to it there are tables and benches to rest. After we have taken another look at the Groß Schauener See, we reach our destination for the day, the Aalhof of the Köllnitz fishery. Although this is not exactly paradise for me as a non-fish eater ... the salmon roll tasted anyway.
The final destination of today's tour is America ... uh, no ... Philadelphia. Apart from its name, the district of Storkow has hardly any highlights to offer. The village pond in the center of the village, where you can also swim, and an oak from 1815 on the Luchweg in the north are beautiful. The Luchwiesen between Philadelphia and Storkow are beautiful to look at.
At around 2:55 p.m. we reach Storkow station again, to the point, because at 3:01 p.m. the train leaves for Zernsdorf.Except for this one kilometer on the bike path on the main road between Groß Schauen and the fishery, which couldn't be avoided, it was a beautiful and interesting hike. Groß Schauen is definitely worth a visit, which we will certainly combine with a circular hike around the Groß Schauener See.
The weather was very changeable, at first a drizzle and later the sun came through from time to time. The temperatures were bearable at four to eight degrees.
March 21, 2021
- 03:069.32 mi3.0 mph275 ft275 ft
- 02:197.05 mi3.0 mph125 ft100 ft
Dorfstrasse 35, 13051 Berlin
Attention, new opening times:
Tuesday to Saturday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.mein-bauernhof.de/verkaufstelle/malchower-naturhofladen-17207
March 20, 2021