Kurze Tage. Nebel. Schnee. Jetzt mache ich Touren ohne lange Anfahrt entlang von Gewässern oder mitten durch die Stadt.
The tour begins in one of the new residential areas of Dallgow-Döberitz. Here, friendly Berlin residents live in practical single-family houses and smaller multi-family systems. First we passed a small valley, the Egelpfuhl. At the second cut, the Schwanengraben, we followed the narrow valley towards the expressway. After crossing under, you are quickly in the Döberitzer Heide. On the tour there were different landscapes, partly forest, partly open "steppe". It was our third time here, but only this time we were lucky enough to see two bison in "the wild". Uniquely beautiful.
The tour leads from the village center of Wannsee along the beautiful lakes Stölpchensee and Griebnitzsee. At Griebnitzsee we chose the route along the north bank. So we had sun throughout. When we arrived in Klein-Glienicke, we decided to take the quickest way back, always straight through the forest. It was more varied than I thought, first we came across a golf course that was previously unknown to me, then there was a brand new super cycle path to marvel at, on which we circled the Helmholtz Center. Now I know where the research (atomic) reactor is. I went to the website for a moment: there will be tours (sometime again) I'll do that too.
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It will be one of my favorite tours in southwest Berlin. Start is at the S Bahnhof Wannsee. After a short ascent and a bit of searching, you will find the traces of the Stahnsdorfer Friedhofsbahn. We followed the embankment and a short section of tracks. Shortly afterwards you reach the old swath of the Reichsautobahn. There to the right, you can already see the graffiti bridge. From the old highway bridge over the Teltow Canal we followed an overgrown towpath. Hopefully the beer garden at the Söhnel shipyard will be open again in summer. We follow the north bank of the Griebnitzsee on a beautiful forest path. The chic villas on the south bank can only be seen exactly in winter when the trees are bare. We reach Klein-Glienike faster than expected. The BVG bus from Glienicke Bridge to Wannsee runs very closely.
The tour starts in the former fishing village of Schmöckwitz. A beautiful hiking trail stretches along the Seddinsee to the point where the Oder-Spree Canal begins. We follow the waterway to the next lake. Half time is at the first lock in Wernsdorf. The way back leads us along the beautiful Krossinsee. The peninsula is the most south-eastern part of Berlin - almost completely surrounded by Brandenburg.
The goal of this tour is first the rubble mountain Dörferblick (85.6m above sea level) and then the ridge of the former Großziethen landfill (about 86m above sea level). From both "peaks" you have great views of Berlin, the BER airport and the settlements along the city limits.Unfortunately, I was offline for a while at the end of the tour. Komoot represented this as a flight over the fields.
The short tour starts at the Lieper Bucht parking lot. On a gray day, the banks of the Havel still get enough light. To the north there are always beautiful views of the water. On the Schildhorn peninsula I went up to the Schildhorn Monument. In the 1880s, Schildhorn is said to have been the favorite excursion destination for Berliners, with several 10,000 Sunday excursions. Imagine the masses.
The way back through the Grunewald went great. The path leads past Barssee and Pechsee. You can still learn something about moors. From the Grunewald Tower, a beautiful path slowly descends towards the destination.
The tour starts at the Wannsee S station and ends at the Glienicker Bridge. The start and end point are linked by the BVG bus 316.The Pfaueninsel is open all year round. The ferry runs around four times an hour in winter from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.During this time of year you rarely meet anyone on the whole route on weekdays. You have paradise almost to yourself.
The route hike starts at the Treptower Park S station. The path along the Spree is extremely varied - the Treptow harbor, Insel der Jugend, Plänterwald and great views again and again. The BVG ferry takes me to another world. The Laubenpiper colony is old and has grown organically. There is a lot to see when looking over the garden fence. Then it goes into the huge Wuhlheide, this time more on the side than on the main routes. At the S Bahnhof Wuhlheide I leave the Wuhlheide and dive into a forest along the S Bahn to Köpenick. A quiet forest path leads me eastwards. Then I pull a little north until I come across the Wuhle. I follow her until shortly before the S Bahnhof Köpenick. All in all, a route that mainly leads through forest and along water. It was nice.
The tour starts at S Bahnhof Grunewald and ends at S Bahnhof Nikolassee. The route along the lakes is a West Berlin classic, but I've never done the tour in winter.The western bank is recommended as it is lighter and milder there than on the eastern bank. The supply on the way is good, some bars and snack bars offer food and drinks.
The Inner Parkring hiking trail has something. Parks, lakes, urban city - that's how I love Berlin. Today we went from the S Bahnhof Grunewald past ambassador residences to Dianasee and Halensee. Short visit to the Kurfürstendamm. Between the tracks at Westkreuz, I discovered the access to one of the most beautifully situated allotment garden colonies. Then I followed the Lietzensee shore. Across Charlottenburg to Käthe-Bloch-Platz, then along Schlossstrasse-Allee to Charlottenburg Palace. Criss-cross through the palace gardens, past the carp pond and then along the Spree to the railway bridge. The park on the Schleusenkanal is a quiet green corridor on the Spree. This is followed by a short inhospitable industrial park. Shortly before the end, I crossed Hans Scharoun's post-war settlements. The end for today was at Halemweg underground station.
The tour connects two UNESCO World Heritage settlements - the Scharoun settlement in Charlottenburg-Nord with the Schillerpark settlement by Bruno Taut. The former after World War II, the latter from 1920. In between there is a lot of green and graffiti artists to see spraying.Halfway in the African Quarter, there is of course more settlement architecture to discover along the way.
The tour from Köpenick along the Müggelspree to Müggelsee and on to the Rahnsdorf S-Bahn station was more varied than expected.In Köpenick you go from the S Bahnhof first towards the old town. The villas on the other bank can be easily inspected from the path along the banks of the Spree. And the path itself is really nice. I already know the Spreetunnel - it's always fun to cross under the river. You feel like you are in the subway. Then there is a piece of road through Friedrichshagen and the view over garden fences of the houses on the shore. Who do you think lives here? The Friedrichshagen waterworks must be seen. Then finally back to nature. The view goes far over the lake. The Müggelsee lido offers nudism, nobody saw it today. Finally, I followed the Fredersdorfer Mühlenfliess, a flat valley with a lookout point at the inflow into the Müggelsee.Everything was perfect. Any time.
From Reinickendorfer U Bahnhof Franz-Neumann-Platz you go through quiet residential areas and an allotment garden colony. After crossing the Panke and Wollankstrasse, I roam the St. Elisabeth cemetery in Weddingen. A police team van comes into view on Soldinerstraße - the police presence is supposed to secure the area against gangs. From Bornholmerstrasse, the route roughly follows the Ringbahn. Mauerpark - Ernst-Thälmann-Park - Anton-Saefkow-Park - Europa-Sport-Park - Hausburgpark - Blankensteinpark. And in between a kettle of color. At the MTV headquarters on the Spree, my urge to move has been satisfied for today. Where is the next S Bahn station?