Von Falkenberg durch den Cöthener Bergpark und an Nonnenfließ und Schwärze entlang nach Eberswalde (RB-Falkenberg - RE-Eberswalde)
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25 de abril de 2021
... today in extremely changeable weather a new 'combination attempt' of well-known premium sections, between Märkisch-Oderland and the Barnim, with the wonderful Cöthener Bergpark and the equally wonderful Nonnenfließ. I had connected both sections with Manfred Reschke's preferred variant of the 66-Seen-Weg between Gamengrund and Neue Mühle.In this form, it is certainly a successful tour and a great hiking recommendation if you can get over the longer monotonous straight section between Gamengrund and the village of Trampe. Otherwise I found the rhythm and the variety of the route very good, maybe you should end the tour at the zoo in Eberswalde and shorten the way to the train station by bus (runs every 30 minutes from there).I especially liked the fact that the nuns' river ran water again from beginning to end, which I had seldom experienced in recent years. Obviously, the beautiful path along the numerous meanders of the river is no longer an insider tip, I have met many walkers and hikers on the section. On the other hand, it is frightening to see that the northern Tiefensee at the end of the Gamengrund has now completely silted up within a few years--------------Info and tour description:This tour starts at the train station in Falkenberg / Mark, after a short detour to the village church, which is great on a hill, you follow Karl-Marx-Straße and Burgstraße, then the path leads up stairs to Carlsburg. We continue a short distance on the gravel road to the castle, then following the Oderlandweg on a narrow path through the forest up to the beautiful place at the Cöthener waterfall.A little further behind you pass the waterwheel and follow the path further up to the road, after which the path lined with apple trees leads over the fields towards the forest. After crossing the large forest area in a westerly direction, the 66-Seen-Weg in Gamengrund is met at the southern tip of the dried up lake and followed the riverside path in a northerly direction.This is followed by an approximately three kilometer long dead straight forest path, then it goes over the fields to Trampe. In Trampe the village is crossed towards the church, then the path leads through the Trampe Park to the Breydin castle ruins and on to the former military training area. The heather-like, almost treeless terrain is traversed completely in a south-westerly direction, and you continue on a farm road to Neue Mühle. From here, the strongly meandering Nonnenfließ is followed for a good five kilometers on wonderful forest paths in the narrow valley on both sides of the water to the dish mill, where you change to the high path that leads to Spechthausen.After a few hundred meters along a marshland, the wider blackness, which has now absorbed the nuns' river, is followed further through the valley until the water is crossed at the Wünschelbrücke. The area of the Eberswalder Zoo in the forest is bypassed towards the level crossing, after which the path leads parallel to the railway line along the edge of the forest to an allotment garden colony and further into the residential areas of Eberswalde. Via Drehnitzstraße and Heegermühler Straße you go to the bridge over the railway line, after which you will reach the destination at Eberswalde station.
Another alternative would be along the blackness between the Botanical Garden and Mertensstrasse, then Mertensstrasse and Grabowstrasse to Eisenbahnstrasse. This little piece of blackness is totally adventurous and very beautiful.Otherwise this is a great tour that I will "steal" 😁 I didn't think the village of Trampe was that bad either. That makes up for the long straight ahead.
26 de abril de 2021
Thank you, Heiner! As you described, I actually wanted to hike originally, but spontaneously changed my mind because of the blackness at the level of the zoo, because I've hiked the section over the Schappachweg and along the forest botanical garden so often.
You will be forgiven 😅 Yes, you already know a lot more ways in Brandenburg. My hiking buddy also moans every now and then when we're in the same area where we've been.
With this hike you have added a new variant to your own recommendation of the Nonnenfließ and the blackness with the connection to the Cöthener Bergpark, which is absolutely worth seeing. Back then I followed your tour from Melchow via Neue Mühle, where I saw the Nonnenfließ covered with a thick green layer. If you don't know Eberswalde, you should definitely walk through the forest botanical garden with a loop along the Finow Canal to the train station. I liked this recommendation a lot.After every tour, I am always enthusiastic about the pictures on your new cell phone, the contrast and sharpness of the recordings and the technical possibilities. The recordings of your last hike from Lindow really stand out!
Thank you, Jürgen! I always like to come back to the area around Eberswalde. Another tour is already planned, this time a little further north.On my two weekend tours, it was really difficult to take decent photos due to the constantly changing lighting conditions. Sometimes I actually waited a few minutes with my desired motifs until the sun flashed through the clouds again.
Great tour 👍I also walked a piece of Nonnenfließ yesterday, from Spechthausen, it's really nice there. A sequel is definitely planned 🤗🤓
27 de abril de 2021
Thank you, Suse! The complete nun flow including the blackness is definitely an absolute gem.
That is absolutely right. 🙏It's not just beautiful nature. I find this silence (except for the birds) so special, so different 🤓
28 de abril de 2021
30 de abril de 2021
Thx, Mah Monir!