Aussichtsturm Löwendorfer Berg, observation tower

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Note: The visitor platform of the observation tower on the Löwendorfer Berg has unfortunately had to be temporarily closed to public traffic. Due to fungal infestation, the platform is no longer safe for traffic. It will have to be completely renovated.
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  • Gedicht auf dem Aussichtsturm Löwendorfer Berg, Foto: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V. / A. Stein
  • Blick vom Aussichtsturm auf dem Löwendorfer Berg, Foto: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V. / A. Stein
  • Auf dem Aussichtsturm auf dem Löwendorfer Berg, Foto: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V. / A. Stein
  • Aussichtsturm auf dem Löwendorfer Berg, Foto: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V. / A. Stein
Since 2012 the town district of Löwendorf in Trebbin has played host to this observation tower. The 21.7-metre-high tower on Löwendorfer Berg (103 metres) provides an excellent view of the surrounding landscape, all the way to the national capital Berlin and the state capital Potsdam.

The European Long-Distance Path E10 and the ‘66 Lakes Hiking Trail’ around Berlin lead from Trebbin towards Lake Blankensee in our region. If you follow the blue marking you will arrive in Löwendorf after a short but steep climb up the Löwendorfer Berg right to the new observation tower. You can also stop here at the new rest place to catch your breath before climbing the tower. At the top, small signs show visitors the direction and the distance to surrounding locations, and even to our twin town, Weil am Rhein. A box at the summit contains a summit book, where you can enter your impressions and notes.

If visitors wish to explore the region further, the idyllic Priedeltal Valley follows the descent from the Löwendorfer Berg, and then onto the town district of Blankensee, where further worthwhile destinations await. It's definitely worth a visit.

Location: Löwendorfer Berg, 14959 Trebbin, town district of Löwendorf 

How to get there: Car parking spaces in Löwendorf, Am Denkmal or Waldstrasse.
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Note: The visitor platform of the observation tower on the Löwendorfer Berg has unfortunately had to be temporarily closed to public traffic. Due to fungal infestation, the platform is no longer safe for traffic. It will have to be completely renovated.
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  • Gedicht auf dem Aussichtsturm Löwendorfer Berg, Foto: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V. / A. Stein
  • Blick vom Aussichtsturm auf dem Löwendorfer Berg, Foto: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V. / A. Stein
  • Auf dem Aussichtsturm auf dem Löwendorfer Berg, Foto: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V. / A. Stein
Since 2012 the town district of Löwendorf in Trebbin has played host to this observation tower. The 21.7-metre-high tower on Löwendorfer Berg (103 metres) provides an excellent view of the surrounding landscape, all the way to the national capital Berlin and the state capital Potsdam.

The European Long-Distance Path E10 and the ‘66 Lakes Hiking Trail’ around Berlin lead from Trebbin towards Lake Blankensee in our region. If you follow the blue marking you will arrive in Löwendorf after a short but steep climb up the Löwendorfer Berg right to the new observation tower. You can also stop here at the new rest place to catch your breath before climbing the tower. At the top, small signs show visitors the direction and the distance to surrounding locations, and even to our twin town, Weil am Rhein. A box at the summit contains a summit book, where you can enter your impressions and notes.

If visitors wish to explore the region further, the idyllic Priedeltal Valley follows the descent from the Löwendorfer Berg, and then onto the town district of Blankensee, where further worthwhile destinations await. It's definitely worth a visit.

Location: Löwendorfer Berg, 14959 Trebbin, town district of Löwendorf 

How to get there: Car parking spaces in Löwendorf, Am Denkmal or Waldstrasse.
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Weather Today, 27. 9.

8 13
Light rain until evening.

  • Wednesday
    6 11
  • Thursday
    4 15

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