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Distance travelled

2,460 mi

Time in motion

620:03 h

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  1. BJN and KN went for a hike.

    6 days ago

    04:12
    9.99 mi
    2.4 mph
    350 ft
    300 ft
    Maria Grazia, Droggelbecher and 67 others like this.
    1. BJN

      The section between Königsweg and Machnower Schleuse is particularly beautiful, with mostly narrow paths on the north bank where hardly anyone else has been. Otherwise the paths are wider, there are the usual conflicts of use with cyclists.

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      • 6 days ago

  2. BJN and KN went for a hike.

    September 6, 2020

    1. BJN

      After an overnight stay in the beautiful Hotel Landhaus Lellichow, the second day of our hiking weekend on the Kyritzer Seenkette began. First we tried to go around the mill pond, which was not possible because the very dilapidated bridge at the north end was closed. For a round tour you would have had to hike a long way to almost the Kattenstiegmühle. As a detour, the short way to the highlight is enough, you don't get any better views. Then we hiked on the country road (the few cars sometimes drive pretty fast) to Bork, from there we went south along the water or on the high path near the bank, from here we had great views over the lake. After a stretch of the asphalt bicycle road, we tried to hike a path that was not continuously shown in the Komoot maps, which was indicated as a marked hiking trail on the Schöne Heimat map, with varying success. The initial section on the field actually no longer existed, so we hiked on the edge of the field - here you could have hiked on the bank and switched to the path at the beginning of the forest. It was a very nice path up to the height of the Karnzower Castle, after that the paths were harder to find and partly overgrown, so we decided to take another stretch of the beach. Via the bicycle road, an avenue and a short distance on the country road (bike path) we went towards Kyritz. The section through the former sewage fields on the Jäglitz was beautiful, although it was hardly visible because of the heavy vegetation. In Kyritz, the tour ended at the St. Marienkirche bus stop.Overall, the Kyritz chain of lakes is an absolutely recommendable hiking area! The Borker See in the north was particularly beautiful, and of course the worst way to get there. Ambitious hikers who do not want to spend the night might get the idea of doing the circumnavigation in one day. However, this could be exhausting because of the multiple changes between the bank and high path ...

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      • September 6, 2020

  3. BJN and KN went for a hike.

    September 5, 2020

    Claudia, Thomas aus EF and 27 others like this.
    1. BJN

      On the first day of our hiking weekend on the Kyritzer Seenkette, we went from Wusterhausen / Dosse on the east bank to Lellichow, mostly on beautiful paths and paths near the lake, only a section of the road near Karnzow was ugly. The Obersee has almost continuously a beautiful sandy beach, so that you can sometimes walk on the beach, but you have to expect obstacles in the form of fallen trees. Since the path is partly a high-altitude path, you cannot switch back and forth at will. There are some old green line markings along the way, but you can hardly get lost anyway. Besides the old town of Wusterhausen, cultural highlights were the castles of Bantikow and Karnzow, unfortunately you could not enter the property. All in all a very nice tour with mostly rainy and cloudy weather.

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      • September 6, 2020

  4. BJN went for a hike.

    August 29, 2020

    Dragon, Tom & Lupus illustrati and 58 others like this.
    1. BJN

      The main goal of this tour in the Brandenburg-Saxon border area was the nature reserve Gohrischheide and Elbniederterrasse Zeithain, for which you can find more information here:nsg.koenigsbrueckerheide.eu/index.php/ueberblick_gohr.htmlThe area may only be walked on the two marked hiking trails, the Heidepfad near Spansberg and the Haidehäuser forest path, both of which are located in the eastern area. Unfortunately, when creating the trails, we only thought of users who want to take a short walk from a parking lot and not of hikers who want to go on a day tour. The two circular routes are not connected with each other, if you want to hike both of them, you cannot avoid a bridging section, and sections on a busy country road can hardly be avoided. According to the website, the visitor concept is not yet ready, so there is still hope for long-distance hikers. I particularly liked the heather trail with the observation tower, from which you have a great view of the blooming heather.Other highlights were the very beautiful path through the Tiefenau ponds in the first part of the tour and the Kiessee near Nieska, really a shame that you are not allowed to swim in this lake.The tour could be shortened by leaving out Kröbeln and Nieska and hiking from Spansberg to the southwest directly to the Heidepfad.How to get there: On the Berlin-Doberlug-Kirchhain-Elsterwerda route, ICs and the Czech RJs can be used with local transport tickets, which is much faster. The VBB-Fahrinfo knows nothing about it, in any case, the corresponding connections were only shown to me in the DB Navigator.The tour began at Tiefenau train station. On the country road (footpath) we went to Tiefenau to the unfortunately ruined castle. The castle church next to it is well preserved. Unfortunately, the rose garden could not be entered due to construction work, after what I saw through the gate, the visit would have been worth it. Along the Mühlgraben it went to the Tiefenau ponds, which were crossed on a beautiful hiking trail. Then it went through Spansberg, via the Angerweg I came to the Kleine Röder, which I followed to Kröbeln. After the detour to the village church, I went on the country road to the west, shortly before leaving the village I took a dirt road to the south and hiked across the fields to Nieska, which could be passed on a path on the outskirts. Now it went towards Gohrischheide, but before that I headed for the Kiessee Nieska. This belongs to a fishing club, which allows entering the area, but not swimming, which is apparently also enforced, in any case the lake was practically deserted despite the nice weather. After the lake I had to hike a bit on the busy country road, I did not discover an alternative. The heather path made up for it. After that, I wanted to avoid walking along the road and found trails that were not listed. At first it went well, but I cannot recommend the path behind the road to Spansberg because it was overgrown with blackberry bushes, among other things ... At some point I came across a marked forest path, which I followed until shortly before the Heidehäuser settlement. Here I took the marked Heidehäuser forest path and later followed the marked cycle path on the edge of the NSG. The course of the route deviated from the planned tour in one section; the previous route was cordoned off with construction fences. Shortly before Zeithain I passed dilapidated barracks buildings, between which a solar park was built. After a detour to the Zeithain Obelisk, I went to Zeithain on country roads with little traffic, where the tour ended at the train station.

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      • August 29, 2020

  5. BJN went for a bike ride.

    August 8, 2020

    02:11
    20.5 mi
    9.4 mph
    200 ft
    275 ft
    Dragon, Lucy Lu and 39 others like this.
  6. BJN went running.

    August 7, 2020

    1. BJN

      I put together today's lap for two reasons. On the one hand I wanted to experience Zernikow again, which is absolutely worth seeing, with its lovingly restored manor ensemble, on the other hand I wanted to try out another section to see how far you can get to the Polzow Canal. In the brooding midday heat, I first walked through Zernikow, then along the beautiful elm-hornbeam avenue (stony path) to Großwoltersdorf, from there on dirt roads back towards Zernikow. Shortly before Kelkendorf I took the bicycle road to Dannenwalde, after a while I went on forest paths to the Polzow Canal, where I discovered a small bridge. From there I chose an unmarked forest path, which did not lead me back to the Polzow Canal, but to a dirt road that ran back towards the canal. In front of the canal, he lost himself in a lush meadow, where I took a break from walking to get my crashed Garmin going again, to get my bearings and to think about how much adventure I want to give myself on the last day of my vacation. Ultimately, I decided to cross the meadow to a piece of forest, which was the right decision because there I discovered a path that led me to the Zernikower mill. From there I went back to Zernikow to my bike on a side street (mulberry tree avenue).

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      • August 7, 2020

  7. BJN went for a bike ride.

    August 7, 2020

    00:24
    3.57 mi
    9.0 mph
    75 ft
    75 ft
    1. BJN

      That was the short drive to my run today. Zernikow is well worth seeing because of the lovingly restored estate ensemble. On the way there, I tried the shortcut across Buchenallee. This path would be very suitable for hiking or for a MTB tour, but it was not ideal for a touring bike, so on the way back (not recorded) I took the side road towards Dollgow (Pappelallee) and the cycle path next to the country road to Menz .

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      • August 7, 2020

  8. BJN and KN went for a hike.

    August 7, 2020

    01:48
    4.31 mi
    2.4 mph
    225 ft
    225 ft
    Claudia, Maria Grazia and 27 others like this.
    1. BJN

      Really a beautiful lake with a great hiking trail on the south bank and lots of swimming spots on the north bank.

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      • August 7, 2020

  9. BJN and KN went on a Tour.

    August 6, 2020

    04:44
    10.5 mi
    2.2 mph
    2,200 ft
    2,175 ft
    Uwe, weisweber and 19 others like this.
    1. BJN

      We started at the Zippelsförde station of the Berger-Tours canoe rental. At the beginning we drove a bit on the narrow and beautiful Rheinsberger Rhin. There were a few obstacles in the form of trees and one or the other inevitable ground contact (the water level was quite low), but these were harmless because of the sandy bottom. From the confluence with the Lindower Rhin we had to share the river with motor boats, but the number was limited and there were mainly small boats or houseboats and not as many larger yachts as yesterday on the Havel. We drove over the Rhin to the Zermützelsee, which we initially left again to the right via the Rottstielfließ for a detour to the Tornowsee. This detour was really worth it. Rottstielfließ and Tornowsee are beautiful and can only be accessed by motor boats with electric motors, and there are not very many of them. Right across from the estuary, we discovered a gap in the reeds, which turned out to be an ideal swimming and picnic spot. After the detour, we drove south across the Zermützelsee to the Tetzensee and Molchowsee, which were strongly characterized by private lake properties and therefore less interesting. The tour, which is highly recommended overall, ended a short distance before the Alt Ruppin lock.

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      • August 6, 2020

  10. BJN and KN went on a Tour.

    August 5, 2020

    Maria Grazia, KlausBraus and 35 others like this.
    1. BJN

      Today's paddling tour started at the Nordlicht canoe rental in Fürstenberg / Havel. Over the Priesterhavel (with the fish-canoe pass, a slide in which you are braked and therefore cannot capsize) and the Schulhavel we went to the Schwedtsee, which was left via the Siggelhavel. The Stolpsee was calm today so that we did not have to drive close to the shore. The lake was left over the Havel, which we followed to Bredereiche, where the tour ended at the bivouac / bathing area in front of the lock. All in all, it was a nice tour, the number of motorboats was still limited, but it could be unpleasant at the weekend.

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      • August 5, 2020

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