2nd stage of the “Fontane hiking trail” from Königs Wusterhausen to Bindow

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Length: 13 km
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The Fontane hiking trail provides lovely views across the Krimnicksee, Krüpelsee and Zernsdorfer See lakes from the promenade along the River Staabe in Neue Mühle and further along the route. In Zernsdorf, the path runs for about 2 kilometres alongside a main road, Karl-Marx-Strasse. The last section follows the Dahme Cycle Path, which is sufficiently wide here, through a nature reserve and marshland area. There are several cafés and restaurants along the way.
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  • Koenigs Wusterhausen train station, Foto: Petra Förster, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • Information board Germanic settlement Kablow, Foto: Juliane Frank, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • lock Neue Mühle, Foto: Dana Klaus, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • Promenade on the Staabe, Foto: Juliane Frank, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
Fontane’s “Wanderungen durch die Mark Brandenburg” contains a separate chapter about Königs Wusterhausen. In the fourth volume, entitled “Spreeland”, the poet and travel writer Theodor Fontane wrote: “Königs Wusterhausen is perhaps more entwined with the history of the life and reign of King Frederick William I than any other place except Potsdam. This is where, as a boy, he drilled his ‘cadets’ and, a few years later, his ‘bodyguard regiment’.”

Length: about 13 kilometres, about 3 hours

Route marking

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Route

Water tower - tunnel to Storkower Strasse - Kirchsteig - Tiergartenstrasse - Neue Mühle lock - turn right along the riverside promenade by the Staabe - Neue Mühle lido - riverside promenade - riverside path - Am Park street - turn right onto Am Teich - turn right onto Erlenweg - left onto Küchenmeisterallee - right onto Karl-Marx-Strasse - right onto Seestrasse - continue on Rütgerstrasse - via Karl-Marx-Strasse and Segelfliegerdamm - An der Bahn street - right into Hochstrasse -  left into Karl-Marx-Strasse - before the railway crossing turn right into Kablower Chaussee - over the bridge (Krüpelsee / Zernsdorfer See & Lankensee lakes) - Zernsdorfer Strasse - turn right into Am Krüpelsee - left onto Fontanestrasse - left into Bindower Weg (Dahme Cycle Path) - through the nature reserve and marshland area to Bindow - turn right into Bindower Dorfstrasse - left into Grüne Trift (bus stop opposite car showroom)

Points of interest along the route
  • Water tower
  • Neue Mühle lock
  • Riverside promenade by the Staabe
  • Nature reserve between Kablow and Bindow (stop for a break at the Neue Mühle lido or at the various bathing areas and restaurants)

How to get there by public transport

  • Königs Wusterhausen station: RE 2, RB 22, RB 24, RB 36, S-Bahn (rapid transit train), bus
  • Zernsdorf station: RB 36, bus
  • Kablow station: RB 36, bus
  • Bindow “Grüne Trift” bus stop: Bus

Recommended maps:

  • „Fontanewanderweg”, Flyer, Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • „Dahme-Seengebiet - Topographische Freizeitkarte 1:25.000 im Sonderblattschnitt mit Wanderwegen”, ISBN 978-3-7490-4078-0, Landesvermessung und Geobasisinformation Brandenburg, Euro 7

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The Fontane hiking trail provides lovely views across the Krimnicksee, Krüpelsee and Zernsdorfer See lakes from the promenade along the River Staabe in Neue Mühle and further along the route. In Zernsdorf, the path runs for about 2 kilometres alongside a main road, Karl-Marx-Strasse. The last section follows the Dahme Cycle Path, which is sufficiently wide here, through a nature reserve and marshland area. There are several cafés and restaurants along the way.
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  • Koenigs Wusterhausen train station, Foto: Petra Förster, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • Information board Germanic settlement Kablow, Foto: Juliane Frank, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • lock Neue Mühle, Foto: Dana Klaus, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
Fontane’s “Wanderungen durch die Mark Brandenburg” contains a separate chapter about Königs Wusterhausen. In the fourth volume, entitled “Spreeland”, the poet and travel writer Theodor Fontane wrote: “Königs Wusterhausen is perhaps more entwined with the history of the life and reign of King Frederick William I than any other place except Potsdam. This is where, as a boy, he drilled his ‘cadets’ and, a few years later, his ‘bodyguard regiment’.”

Length: about 13 kilometres, about 3 hours

Route marking

red horizontal bar on a white background

Route

Water tower - tunnel to Storkower Strasse - Kirchsteig - Tiergartenstrasse - Neue Mühle lock - turn right along the riverside promenade by the Staabe - Neue Mühle lido - riverside promenade - riverside path - Am Park street - turn right onto Am Teich - turn right onto Erlenweg - left onto Küchenmeisterallee - right onto Karl-Marx-Strasse - right onto Seestrasse - continue on Rütgerstrasse - via Karl-Marx-Strasse and Segelfliegerdamm - An der Bahn street - right into Hochstrasse -  left into Karl-Marx-Strasse - before the railway crossing turn right into Kablower Chaussee - over the bridge (Krüpelsee / Zernsdorfer See & Lankensee lakes) - Zernsdorfer Strasse - turn right into Am Krüpelsee - left onto Fontanestrasse - left into Bindower Weg (Dahme Cycle Path) - through the nature reserve and marshland area to Bindow - turn right into Bindower Dorfstrasse - left into Grüne Trift (bus stop opposite car showroom)

Points of interest along the route
  • Water tower
  • Neue Mühle lock
  • Riverside promenade by the Staabe
  • Nature reserve between Kablow and Bindow (stop for a break at the Neue Mühle lido or at the various bathing areas and restaurants)

How to get there by public transport

  • Königs Wusterhausen station: RE 2, RB 22, RB 24, RB 36, S-Bahn (rapid transit train), bus
  • Zernsdorf station: RB 36, bus
  • Kablow station: RB 36, bus
  • Bindow “Grüne Trift” bus stop: Bus

Recommended maps:

  • „Fontanewanderweg”, Flyer, Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • „Dahme-Seengebiet - Topographische Freizeitkarte 1:25.000 im Sonderblattschnitt mit Wanderwegen”, ISBN 978-3-7490-4078-0, Landesvermessung und Geobasisinformation Brandenburg, Euro 7

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Bahnhofsvorplatz

15711 Königs Wusterhausen

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Fax: +49 (0) 3375-252011

Weather Today, 16. 8.

17 30
Partly cloudy throughout the day.

  • Wednesday
    19 33
  • Thursday
    20 32

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