Family bike tour to lake Krummer See and lake Zeesener See

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Length: 12 km
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The cycling tour to  Krummensee is a short cycling tour that takes in two bathing spots. In addition to the bathing meadow at Krummen See, the sandy beach at Zeesener See can also be visited. Both beaches have playgrounds, volleyball courts, toilets and restaurants. In Schenkendorf, at the turning point of the route, the fieldstone church is worth a stop. The building was erected at the end of the 14th century. Opposite the church, clinker brick houses can be seen. They are contemporary witnesses of the former coal mining in Schenkendorf. The tour leads along the back of the coal mine settlement past a pond. The flooded part of the former opencast mine is called In den Eiskuten.
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  • Am Krummen See, Foto: Pauline Kaiser, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • Angelboote am Zeesener See, Foto: Petra Förster, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • Kirche Schenkendorf, Foto: Norman Siehl, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
The route along the eastern shore of Krummen See leads nicely through the forest before reaching the Steinberg settlement. Zeesen, a district of Königs Wusterhausen that has grown rapidly. Radio history was also written here. In 1927, the most modern large-scale long-wave radio transmitter of the time went into operation. In 1929, the first official German short-wave radio broadcast followed.

Length: 12 km (1 h)

Difficulty: Easy

Start / Finish: Zeesen railway station

Marking: without

Arrival / Departure:

    Public transport: Zeesen railway station Regional train RE
    Car: A10 exit Königs Wusterhausen, parking spaces at Zeesen station

Route: Zeesen railway station, Steinbergsiedlung Zeesen, Krummer See, Schenkendorf, Zeesen radio site, Zeesen beach, Zeesen railway station.

Places of interest and rest stops along the route:

   Mansion at lake Zeesener See

Possible combinations:

    Cycle tour to the Pätzer Vordersee lake

    DahmeRadweg

    Hofjagdweg

Route characteristics: The route does not lead exclusively on cycle paths and footpaths, over asphalted roads, side roads and partly unpaved forest tracks.

Recommended map

    "Naturpark Dahme-Heideseen", cycling and hiking map, 1:35,000, Dr. Barthel Verlag, ISBN 978-3-89591-092-0, 6.90 euros

    "Flutgrabenaue Königs Wusterhausen und Umgebung", cycling & hiking map, 1:35.000, Dr. Barthel Verlag, ISBN 978-3-89591-097-5, 4,90 Euro

    "Dahme-Seenland, Königs-Wusterhausen, Teupitz" cycling, hiking & water map, 1:35,000, Grünes Herz Verlag, ISBN 978-3-929993-96-7, 4.95 euros

    Free brochure "The most beautiful cycle tours in the district of Dahme-Spreewald Part 1".

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The cycling tour to  Krummensee is a short cycling tour that takes in two bathing spots. In addition to the bathing meadow at Krummen See, the sandy beach at Zeesener See can also be visited. Both beaches have playgrounds, volleyball courts, toilets and restaurants. In Schenkendorf, at the turning point of the route, the fieldstone church is worth a stop. The building was erected at the end of the 14th century. Opposite the church, clinker brick houses can be seen. They are contemporary witnesses of the former coal mining in Schenkendorf. The tour leads along the back of the coal mine settlement past a pond. The flooded part of the former opencast mine is called In den Eiskuten.
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  • Am Krummen See, Foto: Pauline Kaiser, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • Angelboote am Zeesener See, Foto: Petra Förster, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • Kirche Schenkendorf, Foto: Norman Siehl, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
The route along the eastern shore of Krummen See leads nicely through the forest before reaching the Steinberg settlement. Zeesen, a district of Königs Wusterhausen that has grown rapidly. Radio history was also written here. In 1927, the most modern large-scale long-wave radio transmitter of the time went into operation. In 1929, the first official German short-wave radio broadcast followed.

Length: 12 km (1 h)

Difficulty: Easy

Start / Finish: Zeesen railway station

Marking: without

Arrival / Departure:

    Public transport: Zeesen railway station Regional train RE
    Car: A10 exit Königs Wusterhausen, parking spaces at Zeesen station

Route: Zeesen railway station, Steinbergsiedlung Zeesen, Krummer See, Schenkendorf, Zeesen radio site, Zeesen beach, Zeesen railway station.

Places of interest and rest stops along the route:

   Mansion at lake Zeesener See

Possible combinations:

    Cycle tour to the Pätzer Vordersee lake

    DahmeRadweg

    Hofjagdweg

Route characteristics: The route does not lead exclusively on cycle paths and footpaths, over asphalted roads, side roads and partly unpaved forest tracks.

Recommended map

    "Naturpark Dahme-Heideseen", cycling and hiking map, 1:35,000, Dr. Barthel Verlag, ISBN 978-3-89591-092-0, 6.90 euros

    "Flutgrabenaue Königs Wusterhausen und Umgebung", cycling & hiking map, 1:35.000, Dr. Barthel Verlag, ISBN 978-3-89591-097-5, 4,90 Euro

    "Dahme-Seenland, Königs-Wusterhausen, Teupitz" cycling, hiking & water map, 1:35,000, Grünes Herz Verlag, ISBN 978-3-929993-96-7, 4.95 euros

    Free brochure "The most beautiful cycle tours in the district of Dahme-Spreewald Part 1".

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