Die Spree ist ein knapp 400 Kilometer langer linker Nebenfluss der Havel im Osten Deutschlands. Ihre Länge beträgt rund 400 Kilometer, wovon etwa 182 Kilometer schiffbar sind. Das Einzugsgebiet umfasst rund 10.000 Quadratkilometer.
Der Fluss entspringt im Lausitzer Bergland nahe der Grenze zu Tschechien aus drei Quellen: am Kottmar im Ortsteil Walddorf der Gemeinde Kottmar sowie in den Stadtteilen Ebersbach und Neugersdorf der Stadt Ebersbach-Neugersdorf. Die Spree fließt durch die Bundesländer Sachsen, Brandenburg und Berlin und mündet in Berlin-Spandau in die Havel.Die bisherigen Etappen in dieser Collection sind Tagesetappen ab Berlin. Sie starten in Erkner und führen an der Spree, spreenahen Kanälen, Teichen und Seen entlang sowie durch an der Spree liegende Ortschaften.Weitere Etappen werden folgen ...
With this tour I started my new river project, which will lead along the Spree.At this stage I was accompanied by Kai and Wolfram. It leads from the station Hangelsberg through the strung like a string of beads villages Hangelsberg, Spreetal, Wulkow and Mönchwinkel in the community Grünheide (Mark) near the Spree along. At the rest area in Mönchwinkel we have visual contact with the Spree for the first time.At the end of the village, we continue through the forest to Störitzsee and the former company holiday camp "Alexander Matrossow" of the former VEB IFA Automobile Factory Ludwigsfelde, which still exists as a child and youth recreation in Störitzland. The planned route was originally intended to cross the terrain, but as it was closed, the terrain was bypassed.
Behind it we came again to the Störitzsee and the very beautiful beach located here.
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Today I walked the 7th stage of the river project 'Along the Spree outside of Berlin'. Also at this stage I was accompanied by Wolfram.Today's stage leads from Lübben (Spreewald) to Lübbenau (Spreewald). Due to the fact that there is a paved cycle path outside of Lübben along the Spree, today's stage does not initially lead directly along the Spree to bring more variety into the route.Here is the recording of tungsten:
Today I walked the second half of the 5th stage of the river project 'Along the Spree outside Berlin'. At this stage I was accompanied by Anette.Today's stage leads from Alt-Schadow along the eastern shore of Lake Neuendorfer, via Hohenbrück, Leipsch and Neu Lübbenau to Schlepzig. However, the villages Neuendorf am See and Leipsch were located on the other side of the river Spree and were not passed through.The first 2 hours it was initially foggy, later hazy, but cleared up later something. We did not get to see the sun today.The 5th stage was originally in Kossenblatt start, but this morning I changed at short notice due to fog. As a result, this now consists of 2 parts. The first part will be made up later.Here is the recording by Anette:
Today I walked the 8th stage of the river project 'Along the Spree outside Berlin'.Today's stage starts at the Spreehafen in Burg (Spreewald) and leads through Burg first and then through Leipe and Lehde to Lübbenau (Spreewald), where this stage ends at the station.The majority of the route was unfortunately on asphalt.
Today I wandered the 9th stage of the river project 'Along the Spree outside Berlin'.Today's stage starts at the large Spreewehr at the Spreewehrmühle in Cottbus and always leads along the Spree along to Döbbrick. Here, the Spree is left for a bow through the place. After the tour through Döbbrick, we continue along the Spree, mostly on the flood protection dike through the renatured Spreeauen to the Schmogrower bridge. In between, the Spree is once again left for a short visit to the village of Fehrow, which is less than 1 km from the Spree.
Shortly before reaching the Schmogrower Wehranlage I met Mandy (Wanderpurzel). She came to me from Burg (Spreewald) and she accompanied me on the last few kilometers to the finish at the Spreehafen in Burg (Spreewald).Here is the record of Mandy's tour: