Durch die westliche Große Schorfheide [RB Vogelsang - RB Groß Schönebeck]
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Burkhard 🔵⚪ hizo una caminata.
19 de junio de 2021
With a hot 35 degrees in the shade and a Germany game in the evening, I was looking for a tour that met the following criteria: not too long, mostly through shady forest, swimming in the second half, cold drinks at the destination and a return trip that I can take in time to I'm home again at kick-off. With this tour through the western Große Schorfheide I was able to tick the boxes everywhere ... and it was also otherwise beautiful, apart from the fact that there are longer straight stretches on wide paths. Only the thing with the kick-off almost didn't work out, because a recalcitrant cyclist in Wandlitzsee didn't want to see that the train was too full for more bikes, so that he had to be fetched from the train by the police, which made the return trip by more than delayed half an hour.It started at the Vogelsang stop. I crossed the village, went into Storkower Straße and diagonally right into a forest path. This led me to two memorial stones for the battle of October 26th, 1806, one of the retreat skirmishes of the Prussians after the defeat at Jena and Auerstedt against the attacking French under Napoleon. In front of the country road there is a memorial stone for two fallen Prussian dragoons on the left, behind (a small detour) a memorial stone that generally reminds of the battle. Here the path was marked as "Historienwanderweg 1806".I followed a forest path that led me to the rather dry Zehdenicker Hauptgraben, here the path was heavily overgrown. After a while I crossed the ditch and hiked on a forest path and a piece of side road to the east, then again on forest paths to the south, via which I reached the Döllnfließ. I continued to walk to the pretty village of cap, crossed the place to the village church built in 1891. Here I left the place on a dirt road and walked along the edge of the forest to the somewhat foul-smelling Faulen Fließ, which I crossed. I reached the Trämmersee via forest paths. From here I looked for a place to swim, but nothing came up at Trämmersee because you could hardly get to the lake because of the swampy shore, and it also made a cloudy impression. So I hiked on to the Großer Glasowsee. I found an unrecorded beaten path that I took to reach the south bank; this lake also appeared rather cloudy. In return, the nearby Kleine Glasowsee turned out to be a wonderful bathing lake, with clear water and several small bathing spots around the lake. I found a free swimming area, refreshment was seldom so necessary ... Then I hiked to Groß Schönebeck, initially mainly on gravel roads, after a short stretch of back road on forest paths. In Groß Schönebeck I bought the cold drinks I had longed for at a snack bar and looked at the Immanuelkirche, the hunting lodge and the old smithy. The tour ended at the Groß Schönebeck train station.
How can you, with the temperatures? I'm sitting and it's too much for me 😂Top 👍🏼
Brave in the heat, but nice tour!
Thank you, jogging bread and brandenburg-worth seeing! On the final section to Groß Schönebeck I thought that it could have been a few kilometers less in the weather ...
20 de junio de 2021