Von Golzow durchs NSG Buckowseerinne und an Oder-Havel-Kanal und Finowkanal entlang nach Eberswalde (RB-Golzow - RE-Eberswalde)
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Frank Meyer hizo una caminata.
1 de mayo de 2021
... today I finally closed a hiking gap for myself, where I couldn't believe that I hadn't been in the area before.I was primarily concerned with the Buckowseerinne with its hill formations and small ponds, which turned out to be a particularly beautiful prime example of the 'glacial landscape generator'.I liked the picturesque landscape even better than the one around Brodowin and other similar corners in northern Barnim and in the Uckermark, especially because of the sometimes spectacular views and height differences for Brandenburg conditions.Very strong recommendation from me for the route, which partly followed the Creation Path and partly a second circular route. I continued crossing the nature reserve with a section along the Oder-Havel Canal and over to the brass works settlement with the huge water tower, then on and on along the well-known and popular towpath along the historic Finow Canal to the center of Eberswalde.Many thanks to Gérard for the inspiration for the first part of the route!Since the Buckowseerinne is completely in the community of Schorfheide and there was a wonderful ARD nature documentary about Schorfheide last week, I would like to refer you to the media library at this point: daserste.de/information/reportage-dokumentation/erlebnis -earth / broadcast / thousand-moore-hundred-lakes-and-a-forest-100.html-------------Info and tour description:This tour begins at the train station in Golzow (stop when required!), On the cobblestone road it first goes through the fields into the village and through the old town center with a church worth seeing, then along the Britzer Straße back out of Golzow. You branch off onto the Lichterfelder Weg, which runs very nicely as a tree-lined avenue through the fields with wide views of the landscape.It is followed by a small swamp area, then a hilly forest area with a great beech population, before the path leads through pine forest to a hill on which boulders are arranged in a circular grid next to a rest area. The path leads through the gentle hills down to the Blumberg settlement, the most beautiful section of the tour follows on a field path through very hilly, alpine pastureland along the many small ponds to the Margaretenhof with many spectacular views.Now it goes on the natural meadow path through a depression between pastures and the Koppelpfuhl, then the little Buckow is crossed, the area of which seems to consist almost exclusively of the country butcher's and an educational institution. The bike path leads to the country road, after crossing it through the forest to the Großer Buckowsee, half of which is passed on a beautiful path on the southern bank.Now you turn onto the dirt road to Karlshöhe, then bypass the Clara-Zetkin settlement on the outside, right on the banks of the Oder-Havel Canal, up to the Mäckerseebrücke. After crossing it, the bike path next to the country road is used to the Finow brass works settlement, through which the path leads past the foot of the mighty water tower to the Finow Canal.The historic canal is followed for about six kilometers on the old, partly asphalted towpath, which has been developed as a narrow cycle path and is unfortunately often heavily frequented. Several locks and impressive old industrial ruins are passed on the varied route into Eberswalde. After crossing the Kupferhammerschleuse the canal is left, through the small Westendpark to Heegermühler Straße and after crossing the railway lines on the bridge, the destination of the tour is reached at Eberswalde Hauptbahnhof.
Frank, although I like to go hiking that I have planned myself, I can't help but follow up here one more time. The photos look great! And thank you for the docu tip, I'll take a look.
Thank you, Andrea! I have been a bit inflationary with my recommendations lately, but in this case it was a tour in the first part that blew my mind, despite the uncomfortable weather. If you don't know the brass works settlement and the Finow Canal yet, the combination is definitely recommended.I will definitely repeat the first part in better weather and then add an alternative ending or make a round tour out of it.
Since your recommendations have always been correct up to now and a hiker whispered thank you, Frank, somewhere on a particularly beautiful secret path, you can stay inflationary.I don't know the second part yet, so everything can stay that way. And from Eberswalde you can also get home safely.
I also saw the documentary, and especially with your pictures. 👍🤓
Thanks for the recommendation and the reference to the show.
Thank you, Suse & Jan!
Much better, by the way, this documentary from my homeland:ardmediathek.de/video/abenteuer-erde/der-wilde-norden-das-mindener-land/wdr-fernsehen/Y3JpZDovL3dkci5kZS9CZWl0cmFnLTBmZDQ1NDA1LTQ3NTMtNDAwMi04ODlhLWU3MjBjNzExMTZmNw/?fbclid=IwAR0lcxG4d3lAkIXnRKJOqe1v3wj0b1-Jujp5WAm9yZNKa0HMfIdPnY1sorE
Your photos testify to a very nice tour with varied sections. I once drew a copy, hopefully I'll find a time window to follow up
2 de mayo de 2021
Nice walk, great shoot🙏 I like the contrast between meadows☘ and forests🍂 the place with the pebbles arouses spiritual curiosity !
Thank you Lemmi!
Thank you very much, Sylvie!