Location: Wilkendorf, Am Schlosssee – direction North – around Ihlandsee – back to Wilkendorf – through the village – coffee and Cake at the Golf Club – back to Am Schlosssee/ Distance: 9 km / Public Transport: Strausberg, by bus direction Altlandsberg, get off at Wilkendorf, 1:30h / from city center: 55 km / East / Weather: 18 °C, sunny / Camera: Nikon D500, 18-105 mm lens Other trails nearby
On our second day we made a visit to fabulous Muckross House and had a long walk through the woods and to Torc Waterfalls. I don’t like guided tours but you can’t look at the house without it. The guided tour through the house we had, was very informative and our guide – Patsy – told the stories with interesting anecdotes and without any longeurs.
We started and ended our hike in Buckow and had a quite relaxing day around the picturesque capital of Märkische Schweiz. I saw the Brecht-Weigel-Haus for the first time and it’s still more beautiful than on all the pictures I saw before. Our friends from England liked the German country side but were quite surprised […]
We had a wonderful hike with our dear guests from England and we chose a trail which is mostly outside the forest to get some sun. When hiking along the Buckower Kleinbahn you’ll see an alley with huge old trees on the other side of the rails in the middle of nowhere. It leads to […]
Just a short hike to have a look how this landscape looks like to hike it another time. Unfortunately it began to rain like hell and we weren’t well equipped. Location: Bahnhof Herrensee – direction Hennickendorf – along Stranggraben – Dammwiesen – and back / Distance: 5 km / Public Transport: Bahnhof Herrensee over Lichtenberg, around […]
In the last years I was kind of busy exploring hikeable areas in Berlin and Brandenburg. Here is a list of most of my hikes in Berlin and Brandenburg including a rough evaluation of the public transport possibilities to get there. Behind every link you’ll find pictures and most of the time a short description including a map of the trail I took.
As always, most of the links include maps which I recorded during my hikes. As I change direction spontaneously—based on weather, on an attractive area I spotted, on my mood or on the fact that it gets dark quickly—I recommend to explore the areas with openness to hike another trail or change the direction whenever you like to. I recommend the landscapes, not necessarily the exact trail I took. Don’t forget to use maps and GPS :-). I highly recommend MapOut offline maps.
How to read the charts:
Location and month:
I noted the month in which I hiked because every landscape looks different with the seasons. For some of them you can have an impression of another weather and therefore another atmosphere of the trail and scenery.
Public Transport Rating:
I always looked up from Berlin Central Station/Hauptbahnhof. This is what set rating means:
★★ = It’s easy and even better to get there by public transport than by car
★☆ = It’s already more complicated to get there by public transport, sometimes you have to walk for a while to reach the trail, sometimes you have to change trains for more than 3 times
☆☆ = You can go everywhere by public transport, but in this case you’ll spend really a lot of time and it’s very complicated to get there
Please use Open Street Map with public transport layer to get a visual impression where you want to go and where you have to get out of the train/bus/tram. And look up on BVG.de how long it will take you to go there.
❤️ = The hikes marked with a heart are my personal favorites. Great lake, picturesque villages or cultural sites to see, or just a very divers hike. This doesn’t mean, that the other hikes aren’t worth while. I just liked them more. Hikes I didn’t like at all are not listed here.
I didn’t have a lot of time today so I chose this tiny hike not far from where I have been. I was blessed with three wonderful lakes in bright sunshine. This hike can easily be extended, for example direction Buckow or Kesselsee. The landscape around there is wonderful and compared to everything around Berlin […]
Location: Biesower Straße (coming from the B 168 direction Prötzel) – Biesow – in Biesow head West – Krummer See – Barssee – through the forest back to Biesow / Distance: 9,5 km / Public Transport: I guess there is none / from city center: 50 km, 1h / North / East, Weather: 10 °C, sunny […]