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: email@example.comHier habe ich ein paar Gedanken zum Thema Gesundheit hinterlegt: gesundheit.creativ-studio-majewski.de
- 04:5819,5 km3,9 km/h60 m60 m
At around 10.30 a.m. we started our walk to Gut Kerkow in bitterly cold weather. Fortunately, there was no precipitation. First we ran through Angermünde in a northbound direction and always along the road to Kerkow. After a short detour to the village church, we visited the farm shop at Gut Kerkow. The main sales branch is meat, sausage and cheese from the Uckermark. But you can also buy fruit, vegetables, honey, oil and a small repertoire of organic products here.
Then it was actually planned to return to Angermünde on the same route on the road. But then, since my hiking friend's foot didn't cause any problems, we decided to take the detour through Kerkow to the north shore of the Mündesees lake. Unfortunately, it was only along the side street, whereby the summer path was very narrow. Then we reached the promenade on the Mündesee, which was very smooth in places, so that we had to walk next to it on the meadow strip. Here on the banks of the Mündesees there is a sculpture exhibition with sculptures made from boulders.
Then we finally went to the pretty beautiful old town of Angermünde, which today is unfortunately a bit poor in people for several reasons. Many of the old half-timbered houses have been restored and the churches and town hall are in their best dress. I didn't think that a tour would be so worthwhile. There was a warm potato soup at the Alte Waage, which the landlord served at a side entrance.
We then went through the Peace Park, past the Soviet Memorial and the Powder Tower in the city wall, back to the train station, where our tour ended around 1:50 p.m. Unfortunately the train didn't leave until 2:33 p.m. 😒The weather was initially cloudy and very cold, but without any precipitation. During our visit to the old town, the sun came out later, which then accompanied us to the train station. But it didn't get any warmer.
This short tour was a test of what dkozian's damaged foot can withstand, which we combined with a visit to the Kerkow farm shop. The farm shop is quite good, but not worth the long drive.
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This is a short hiking tour through my home area.Around 10.45 a.m. I started at the Zur Nachtheide stop (Tram 62). Through the residential area of Kietzer Feld, which was the largest contiguous new development area in East Berlin in the 1960s, I reach Lienhardweg and walk on Falkendamm in the Köpenick city forest. First the - unfortunately very dry - Kuhgraben is crossed here, which until the beginning of the 20th century represented a connection between the Müggelsee and the Langen See, but was pushed back more and more as the Kietzer Feld became more and more developed. Since the 1990s, the water level in the trench has continued to decline.
I now follow the Kuhgraben in a northerly direction and scare away a wild boar on a former private property. Unfortunately everything went too fast so that I couldn't take a picture. The property has always been well fenced, but recently it seems to have been deserted, because in places the fence no longer exists so that it can be entered. The wild boars left me alone because I didn't follow them any further.
Now it's on to the Neue Wiesen to a “bridge” that has meanwhile made headlines. On private property, ages ago someone bridged the Kuhgraben with railway sleepers, which are now in the process of dissolving. A cyclist is said to have injured herself here trying to cross. So, whoever tries to drive over there can no longer be helped. That was still possible forty years ago, but now pushing is the order of the day.
I walk past the small settlement Neue Wiesen towards the mountains. First the road to the Müggelturm is crossed and then on more or less narrow paths you reach the Teufelssee, which has a wafer-thin ice cover. Past the teaching cabinet and the root pavilion, it goes up to the summit, on the Großer Müggelberg. A new summit cross, secured with steel rails, has stood here for a few years. The old one had been cut off with a chainsaw and stolen. The path continues on the ridge path of the Müggelberge to the Kleiner Müggelberg, past the foundation for the Müggelberge television tower, which was used for telephone monitoring.
The area at the Müggelturm is currently closed like a fortress due to C. The work has already progressed very far, the area can be seen again. 217 steps now go downhill and then the path leads along the Langen See to the butterfly nest, which is also currently closed. I would have liked to have had a piece of cake - or two - here. But no, you have to hike on to Wendenschloß, where the Kuhgraben ends on Möllhausenufer and flows into the Long Lake. And all of this completely without water.
At about 1.30 p.m. at the terminus of tram 62, I get on the tram that is waiting for me here.All in all, another informative hike through my homeland for me. I've noticed that some things have changed. The weather was dry but cold. On the ridge path of the Müggelberge, the sun came out for a while.
10 januari 2021
- 04:0916,4 km3,9 km/h30 m30 m
The tour starts at Saarmund train station (RB22) and ends at Potsdam-Hauptbahnhof train station (RE1, RB20, S7, trams 91, 92, 93, 96, buses 601, 605, 606, 694).
Attention: There is a long off-grid section along the Nuthe, but it should be easy to hike. It is the old towpath on the Nuthe. But you should never run it the way I ran here. Please only use this tour as a hiking template: komoot.de/tour/199257542My tour starts at Saarmund train station around 9.40 a.m. First it goes through Saarmund, past the church and the former royal mill and over the Nuthe. Through a small forest on the autobahn, we continue into the Nuthetal, under the autobahn and then almost always along the Nuthe. At the Nuthe weir Bergholz-Rehbrücke we briefly leave the river to land on the Nuthe again via the Eichhörnchenweg and Richard-Kuckuck-Straße.
Nothing should go wrong now, just always along the groove, as long as you change sides at the right place, the not so hidden groove overpass. I didn't do that, instead chasing a deer in front of me and having to fight my way through thick underbrush. Actually, I could have looked at my smartphone, but no ... At the next bridge I quickly switched to the other side of the Nuthe. Unfortunately, I did not see the deer again.
On the northeast side it goes on to the railway and along the railway to the Schäfersee, which is circled once. Now it goes up to Nuthestraße to cross the railway and along the other side of the railway back to Nuthe. The Nuthe is crossed again and on the southwest side of the river it goes along the Schlaatz and Aradosee straight ahead towards Potsdam. Shortly before the train, we turn into Friedrich-Engels-Straße and follow it to the main train station, which I reach around 2 p.m.This tour has many beautiful hiking trails along the Nuthe and through small forests, which makes the whole thing very pleasant. The increasingly more or less present car noise from the autobahn and the main roads around Potsdam is annoying.And once again the note: you must cross the river at the hidden Nuthe flyover, which is not hidden at all, and from there walk on the northeast side. It is a long off-grid section from Richard-Kuckuck-Straße to Straße Nuthedamm, but it is easy to walk. The way is right in this template: komoot.de/tour/199257542
4 januari 2021
- Lausitzsonne vindt dit leuk.
According to Wikipedia, the Notte should begin south of Sperenberg. But there is nothing more to be seen of a channel. This hike follows the part of the Notte, which is still accessible today, from the Mellensee to the castle park in Königs Wusterhausen. The start is at Wünsdorf-Waldstadt station and finish at Königs Wusterhausen station.
3 januari 2021
The tour begins at around 9.45 a.m. at Königs Wusterhausen train station (S46, RE2, RB22, RB24, RB36, buses 722, 723, 727, 729, 730, 733, 735, 737) and ends at around 1.50 p.m. in Schmöckwitz, Seeblick stop (Tram 68).
Warning: the tour contains several off-grid sections that can be ignored. Either you just keep walking straight ahead or you follow the off-grid route and discover more highlights.First of all, the path leads over the Notte Canal to the Königs Wusterhausen palace park. Here is the castle where the tobacco college of the soldier king took place and where Crown Prince Friedrich and Prince Heinrich spent their youth. After a detour to the Kreuzkirche, we continue on the Funkerberg. This is where the first German radio station stood, from where the GDR radio broadcast its programs until 1989. Today only one of the former three transmission masts is still standing.
After the descent from Funkerberg, the A10 autobahn (Berliner Ring) makes itself felt with all its might, which we then cross. We continue through Wildau and the beautiful and wild Höllengrund to Miersdorf. Shortly afterwards, Zeuthen is reached, which has many highlights. The place stretches for a few kilometers along the Dahme and Zeuthener See. We pass the Hertzog villa and then come to Eichwalde and our tour ends shortly afterwards in Schmöckwitz.The route is very road-heavy, the traffic noise is often very annoying, especially of course on the A10. The path through the wild Höllengrund along the Ebburden and the short Hankelweg through the forest between Miersdorf and Zeuthen are very beautiful. All in all it is a very interesting tour, but it is out of the question as a pleasure hike (stolen from Frank Meyer 😉). There are a lot of highlights at the roadside and pathside, but they cannot enhance the road-heavyness.
2 januari 2021
This is a spontaneous short hike, greatly shortened by the homeland protection function.
Actually, it first went along the Spree and through Spindlersfeld, including the villa of the Spindler brothers. Then I walked over the Spindlerbrücke over the Spree and past the stadium past the Alte Försterei to the Forum Köpenick. Through Bahnhofstrasse I reached the dam bridge and after a short visit to the Catholic Josefskirche and crossing the Spree, the old town of Köpenick. On the Long Bridge I crossed the Dahme and reached the Köllnische Vorstadt and Spindlersfeld.
There are no photos because I didn't have a camera and it was getting pretty dawn.
31 december 2020