Circular walk to the Lienewitz lakes

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The nature around the Large and Small Lienewitz lakes is a paradise - both lakes are part of the nature reserve "Lienewitz-Caputher Seen- und Feuchtgebietskette" and home to more than 100 bird species that use the area as a breeding and/or feeding area. Endangered animal species are also native to the nature reserve, e.B garlic toad, ringed snake and mud pest.
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  • Bathing area at the "Großer Lienewitzsee", Foto: Kultur- und Tourismusamt Schwielowsee
  • Little Lienewitzsee, Foto: Kultur- und Tourismusamt Schwielowsee
  • Large oak tree at Lienewitzsee, Foto: Gemeinde Schwielowsee
  • Kurfürsteneiche at Lienewitzsee, Foto: Kultur- und Tourismusamt Schwielowsee
  • View of the Schwielowsee at Flottstelle, Foto: Kultur- und Tourismusamt Schwielowsee
  • Lily of the valley at Schwielowsee, Foto: Kultur- und Tourismusamt Schwielowsee
  • Großer Lienewitzsee, Foto: Kultur- und Tourismusamt Schwielowsee
Distance: 10 kilometres, walking time: approximately 2,5 hours
Start/finish: Station Caputh-Schwielowsee, Bahnstraße 1, Schwielowsee
Directions:
  • Public transport: take the RE1 (Brandenburg, Magdeburg) from Berlin central station to Potsdam central station (approximately 20 minutes), then take bus 607 to Station Caputh-Schwielowsee, Bahnstraße 1, Schwielowsee
  • Car: From Berlin Mitte, follow the A 100 and A115/E51 to L73 in Michendorf, leave the A10, exit L73, Potsdamer Str. to Station Caputh-Schwielowsee, Bahnstraße 1, Schwielowsee

Sights:

  • Large and Small Lienewitzsee
  • Kurfürsteneiche (Elector’s Oak)
  • former wooden storing point for the rafting "Flottstelle"

Route description:

From Caputh Schwielowsee station, walk up Geschwister-Scholl-Straße and turn right into Kastanienallee and follow the footpath along the tracks to the clinkered Red Bridge. The path now leads you to the left past the Motor-Cross track. At the crossroads, turn right and pass an inhabited, former nursery and turn left onto the 66-Seewanderweg (marking: blue dot) and follow the path further and further to Großer Lienewitz See. Here you will find a bathing area and a sunbathing lawn. The shore zones are naturally overgrown with reed and floating leaf communities and surrounded by sedge reeds. Around the Lienewitzsee, the trail leads through a varied nature of alder quarries and alder-ash forests. At the village of Lienewitz, turn right and then left to the Kleiner Lienewitzsee, where you will find the natural monument, the so-called "Kurfürsteneiche" with a trunk circumference of almost 6 m and a diameter of about 1.80 m. On the cobblestone road, turn left and after the railway bridge turn left again into the forest path, which is lined with old oak trees. At the end, turn right into a large forest path that leads you to the district of Flottstelle. Cross the street at the bus stop and you will find yourself at the former wooden storage point for rafting in Flottstelle. The forest path leads you along the Schwielowsee until you meet the road you cross at the Caputh turning point. After the bridge, turn left and come back to the starting point of the hike.

Possible combinations:

  • Hiking trail around Lake Caputher See
  • Around Krähenberg
  • Hike through the Fercher Berge hills

Maps/Literature: 

  • KOMPASS Wanderkarte Havelland, 4in1 Wanderkarte, 1:50000 mit Aktiv Guide und Detailkarten inklusive Karte zur offline Verwendung in der KOMPASS-App., ISBN: 978-3-99044-255-5, Verlagsnummer: WK 745
  • Grünes Herz: Rad-, Wander- und Gewässerkarte Havelseen 3: Werder, Potsdam: Mit Fahrland, Glindow, Geltow, Caputh, Ferch, Michendorf. Maßstab 1:35.000. ISBN: 978-3-86636-116-4

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The nature around the Large and Small Lienewitz lakes is a paradise - both lakes are part of the nature reserve "Lienewitz-Caputher Seen- und Feuchtgebietskette" and home to more than 100 bird species that use the area as a breeding and/or feeding area. Endangered animal species are also native to the nature reserve, e.B garlic toad, ringed snake and mud pest.
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  • Bathing area at the "Großer Lienewitzsee", Foto: Kultur- und Tourismusamt Schwielowsee
  • Little Lienewitzsee, Foto: Kultur- und Tourismusamt Schwielowsee
  • Large oak tree at Lienewitzsee, Foto: Gemeinde Schwielowsee
  • Kurfürsteneiche at Lienewitzsee, Foto: Kultur- und Tourismusamt Schwielowsee
  • View of the Schwielowsee at Flottstelle, Foto: Kultur- und Tourismusamt Schwielowsee
  • Lily of the valley at Schwielowsee, Foto: Kultur- und Tourismusamt Schwielowsee
Distance: 10 kilometres, walking time: approximately 2,5 hours
Start/finish: Station Caputh-Schwielowsee, Bahnstraße 1, Schwielowsee
Directions:
  • Public transport: take the RE1 (Brandenburg, Magdeburg) from Berlin central station to Potsdam central station (approximately 20 minutes), then take bus 607 to Station Caputh-Schwielowsee, Bahnstraße 1, Schwielowsee
  • Car: From Berlin Mitte, follow the A 100 and A115/E51 to L73 in Michendorf, leave the A10, exit L73, Potsdamer Str. to Station Caputh-Schwielowsee, Bahnstraße 1, Schwielowsee

Sights:

  • Large and Small Lienewitzsee
  • Kurfürsteneiche (Elector’s Oak)
  • former wooden storing point for the rafting "Flottstelle"

Route description:

From Caputh Schwielowsee station, walk up Geschwister-Scholl-Straße and turn right into Kastanienallee and follow the footpath along the tracks to the clinkered Red Bridge. The path now leads you to the left past the Motor-Cross track. At the crossroads, turn right and pass an inhabited, former nursery and turn left onto the 66-Seewanderweg (marking: blue dot) and follow the path further and further to Großer Lienewitz See. Here you will find a bathing area and a sunbathing lawn. The shore zones are naturally overgrown with reed and floating leaf communities and surrounded by sedge reeds. Around the Lienewitzsee, the trail leads through a varied nature of alder quarries and alder-ash forests. At the village of Lienewitz, turn right and then left to the Kleiner Lienewitzsee, where you will find the natural monument, the so-called "Kurfürsteneiche" with a trunk circumference of almost 6 m and a diameter of about 1.80 m. On the cobblestone road, turn left and after the railway bridge turn left again into the forest path, which is lined with old oak trees. At the end, turn right into a large forest path that leads you to the district of Flottstelle. Cross the street at the bus stop and you will find yourself at the former wooden storage point for rafting in Flottstelle. The forest path leads you along the Schwielowsee until you meet the road you cross at the Caputh turning point. After the bridge, turn left and come back to the starting point of the hike.

Possible combinations:

  • Hiking trail around Lake Caputher See
  • Around Krähenberg
  • Hike through the Fercher Berge hills

Maps/Literature: 

  • KOMPASS Wanderkarte Havelland, 4in1 Wanderkarte, 1:50000 mit Aktiv Guide und Detailkarten inklusive Karte zur offline Verwendung in der KOMPASS-App., ISBN: 978-3-99044-255-5, Verlagsnummer: WK 745
  • Grünes Herz: Rad-, Wander- und Gewässerkarte Havelseen 3: Werder, Potsdam: Mit Fahrland, Glindow, Geltow, Caputh, Ferch, Michendorf. Maßstab 1:35.000. ISBN: 978-3-86636-116-4

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Schwielowseestraße 121

14548 Schwielowsee, OT Caputh

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Weather Today, 12. 8.

15 31
Clear throughout the day.

  • Saturday
    17 32
  • Sunday
    18 32

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