Every weather is fine and we had a car. So nothing to complain about. As we always did, we stopped in nearly every village to have a short walk around and we took a lot of stops on the road to stare down the abysses of the canyon which is thrilling and daunting at the […]
In Moustier-Sainte-Marie, on a beautiful hot morning, we took a little hike uphill through the flower fields and had some great views just up to Lac Sainte Croix and on this enchanted village build on the foot of its protecting mountain. Goal to this hike was a little chapel called Notre Dame de Beauvoir. You can see it from the village and it’s an ancient, dark and really silent place where you can still hear centuries of pilgrims praying for a better tomorrow.
In Eichhorst next to the lock we had a short meal with simple but very tasty fish variations at the Schorfheider Fischexpress. Also the take away smoked fish is very good. But please pass on the espresso, it’s made out of coffee powder. Yuck.
Location: Pechteichsee – around Grabowsee, eastern shore – (there is a little bushwhacking) – Rosenbeck – along Werbellinkanal – Eichhorst – back trough the forest and along the western shore of Grabowsee / Distance: 13 km / Public Transport: There is a bus from Eberswalde to Eichhorst, but from Berlin Center it’s rather complicated / from city center: 60 km / East / Weather: -3 °C, sunny / Camera: Nikon D90, 18-105 mm lens
When winter becomes really cold we’ll get the pleasure to walk on the lakes we swim in in summer. Small Teufelssee in Grunewald was full with ice skaters and I was unhappy to have no skates. On the other hand: The bumps on the ice where rather big and I saw more than one skater […]
On the last picture you can see that the lake was frozen on the opposite side. We guess it has to do with stronger currents on the side we hiked. Location: Rüdersdorf, Strausberger Strasse – along Stienitzsee, western shore – (be careful: the way from the shore back to the path in the forest […]
The following is a guest post which I wrote and which was published on The Trek in 2016. It had around 1K shares and I think it’s still valid today. As I saw that the pictures have already disappeared and I don’t wanted it to disappear completely, I decided to post it here again. This is kind […]