Stork Tour between Linum and Kremmen

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Length: 15 km
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In the Rhinluch, south of Neuruppin, between the stork village of Linum and Kremmen, lies one of the most unspoilt canoeing areas in Brandenburg. On this tour you can discover a variety of rare birds and plants. Because of the nearby village of Linum, storks are always to be seen in the summer. The tour starts in Linum at the harbour (or vice versa in Kremmen at the hotel Seelodge) and leads along the Alter Rhin via Linumhorst to Kremmen.
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  • Ein-/Ausstieg Storchentour Linum, Foto: Jörg Bartz, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Ein-/Ausstieg Storchentour Kremmen, Foto: Jörg Bartz, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Storchentour zwischen Linum und Kremmen
  • Storchentour zwischen Linum und Kremmen
  • Storchentour zwischen Linum und Kremmen
  • Storchentour zwischen Linum und Kremmen
  • Storchentour zwischen Linum und Kremmen
  • Alternative Ein- und Ausstiegsstelle Kanu in Kremmen an der Brücke Richtung Sommerfeld, Foto: Jörg Bartz, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Parkmöglichkeit an der alternativen Kanu Ein-und Ausstiegsstelle Brücke Kremmen, Foto: Jörg Bartz, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Storchentour zwischen Linum und Kremmen
Length/duration: 15 kilometres (1 day)

Start: Linum / Finish: Kremmen

Arrival:
with bus and train: From Berlin-Gesundbrunnen take the S25 to Hennigsdorf. There, take the RE 6 in the direction of Wittenberge and travel to Neuruppin Rheinsberger Tor. Here take bus no. 756 in the direction of Fehrbellin. In Fehrbellin change to bus no. 758 in the direction of Kremmen.  Take bus 758 to Linum, Zu den Teichen.
Car: In Berlin take the A111 in the direction of Oranienburg. At the Oranienburg interchange, take the A10 toward Hamburg. Then change to the A24 and leave it at the Kremmen exit. Continue on the L170 in the direction of Kremmen. Then continue via the L162 and L16 to Linum.

Departure:
with bus and train: From the Seelodge walk about 1.9 km to the school in Kremmen. From the school take bus 801 to Kremmen train station. From Kremmen station continue with the RE6 train in the direction of Berlin. When you reach Hennigsdorf station, change to the S-Bahn 25 in the direction of Teltow-Stadt. After about 26 min. travel time you will reach the exit point Berlin-Gesundbrunnen. 
Car: From the Seelodge Kremmen on the Ruppiner Chaussee over the Schloßdamm on the Nauener Str., the L 170 drive, in the direction of highway A24. Follow the freeway in the direction of Berlin. At the Havelland interchange, change to the A10 in the direction of Berlin until you reach the Oranienburg interchange. Here you take the A111, which leads into the city of Berlin.

Route: Linum, Amtmannkanal, Alter Rhin, Rhinschleuse, Ruppiner Kanal, Kremmener See, Kremmen

Nautical information: Due to its location in the former marshland area, the route has hardly any gradients. It is very unspoilt and only passable in the summer months.

Maps/Literature:
  • “Kanu Kompass Brandenburg, Berlin: Das Reisehandbuch zum Kanuwandern”, Michael Hennemann, Verlag Kettler, Thomas, Auflage: 2.Auflage 2023), ISBN-13: 978-3934014909, Euro 22.90
  • TourenAtlas Wasserwandern / TA5 Berlin-Brandenburg mit Spreewald: Oder, Havel, Spree + Nebengewässer”, 1:75.000 & 1:25.000, Verlag: Jübermann, Auflage: 7 (September 2021), ISBN-13: 978-3929540734, Euro 33,80

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In the Rhinluch, south of Neuruppin, between the stork village of Linum and Kremmen, lies one of the most unspoilt canoeing areas in Brandenburg. On this tour you can discover a variety of rare birds and plants. Because of the nearby village of Linum, storks are always to be seen in the summer. The tour starts in Linum at the harbour (or vice versa in Kremmen at the hotel Seelodge) and leads along the Alter Rhin via Linumhorst to Kremmen.
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  • Ein-/Ausstieg Storchentour Linum, Foto: Jörg Bartz, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Ein-/Ausstieg Storchentour Kremmen, Foto: Jörg Bartz, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Storchentour zwischen Linum und Kremmen
  • Storchentour zwischen Linum und Kremmen
  • Storchentour zwischen Linum und Kremmen
  • Storchentour zwischen Linum und Kremmen
  • Storchentour zwischen Linum und Kremmen
  • Alternative Ein- und Ausstiegsstelle Kanu in Kremmen an der Brücke Richtung Sommerfeld, Foto: Jörg Bartz, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Parkmöglichkeit an der alternativen Kanu Ein-und Ausstiegsstelle Brücke Kremmen, Foto: Jörg Bartz, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
Length/duration: 15 kilometres (1 day)

Start: Linum / Finish: Kremmen

Arrival:
with bus and train: From Berlin-Gesundbrunnen take the S25 to Hennigsdorf. There, take the RE 6 in the direction of Wittenberge and travel to Neuruppin Rheinsberger Tor. Here take bus no. 756 in the direction of Fehrbellin. In Fehrbellin change to bus no. 758 in the direction of Kremmen.  Take bus 758 to Linum, Zu den Teichen.
Car: In Berlin take the A111 in the direction of Oranienburg. At the Oranienburg interchange, take the A10 toward Hamburg. Then change to the A24 and leave it at the Kremmen exit. Continue on the L170 in the direction of Kremmen. Then continue via the L162 and L16 to Linum.

Departure:
with bus and train: From the Seelodge walk about 1.9 km to the school in Kremmen. From the school take bus 801 to Kremmen train station. From Kremmen station continue with the RE6 train in the direction of Berlin. When you reach Hennigsdorf station, change to the S-Bahn 25 in the direction of Teltow-Stadt. After about 26 min. travel time you will reach the exit point Berlin-Gesundbrunnen. 
Car: From the Seelodge Kremmen on the Ruppiner Chaussee over the Schloßdamm on the Nauener Str., the L 170 drive, in the direction of highway A24. Follow the freeway in the direction of Berlin. At the Havelland interchange, change to the A10 in the direction of Berlin until you reach the Oranienburg interchange. Here you take the A111, which leads into the city of Berlin.

Route: Linum, Amtmannkanal, Alter Rhin, Rhinschleuse, Ruppiner Kanal, Kremmener See, Kremmen

Nautical information: Due to its location in the former marshland area, the route has hardly any gradients. It is very unspoilt and only passable in the summer months.

Maps/Literature:
  • “Kanu Kompass Brandenburg, Berlin: Das Reisehandbuch zum Kanuwandern”, Michael Hennemann, Verlag Kettler, Thomas, Auflage: 2.Auflage 2023), ISBN-13: 978-3934014909, Euro 22.90
  • TourenAtlas Wasserwandern / TA5 Berlin-Brandenburg mit Spreewald: Oder, Havel, Spree + Nebengewässer”, 1:75.000 & 1:25.000, Verlag: Jübermann, Auflage: 7 (September 2021), ISBN-13: 978-3929540734, Euro 33,80

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