Nature and adventure trail: Otter Path

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Length: 9 km
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Why do otters feel so at home in Lake Großer Mochowsee and what do they actually eat? The Otter Path leads around the Lake Großer Mochowsee. The habitat of the otters and the special geology of the area are explained in detail. Other subjects dealt with on the panels, signs and hands-on stations are the importance of still water and local fishing activity. Along the path there are also idyllic bathing spots where you can take a break.
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  • Ausblick auf den Mochowsee, Foto: TEG
  • Fast der gesamte Weg führt am Wasser entlang, Foto: TEG
  • Seeblick, Foto: TEG
  • Abwechslungsreiche Landschaft und verschiedenste Pflanzenformationen, Foto: TEG
A total of nine kilometres in length, this nature trail is one of the longest of a total of six circular paths that are linked to the Ludwig Leichhardt Trail in loops. All of them together form the Ludwig Leichhardt Nature Trail, covering a total length of some 32 kilometres. This makes it one of the longest nature trails in Germany. Each path is dedicated to a selected aspect of the impressive and varied natural landscapes between Goyatz and Butzen.

Length: 9 kilometres

Start/finish: Parking in Lamsfeld at the village exit

Marking: otter symbol

Directions: Bus (508, 510), car

Route description/points of interest/background information: The path starts and ends in Lamsfeld. It goes round Lake Großer Mochowsee, largely following the shore path

Possible combinations:
  • Lake Schwielochsee Tour (bicycle tour)
  • Canoe/paddle tour of the Spreewald
  • Three other hikes on the Ludwig Leichhardt Nature Trail


Trail conditions: unspoilt, natural
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Why do otters feel so at home in Lake Großer Mochowsee and what do they actually eat? The Otter Path leads around the Lake Großer Mochowsee. The habitat of the otters and the special geology of the area are explained in detail. Other subjects dealt with on the panels, signs and hands-on stations are the importance of still water and local fishing activity. Along the path there are also idyllic bathing spots where you can take a break.
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  • Ausblick auf den Mochowsee, Foto: TEG
  • Fast der gesamte Weg führt am Wasser entlang, Foto: TEG
  • Seeblick, Foto: TEG
A total of nine kilometres in length, this nature trail is one of the longest of a total of six circular paths that are linked to the Ludwig Leichhardt Trail in loops. All of them together form the Ludwig Leichhardt Nature Trail, covering a total length of some 32 kilometres. This makes it one of the longest nature trails in Germany. Each path is dedicated to a selected aspect of the impressive and varied natural landscapes between Goyatz and Butzen.

Length: 9 kilometres

Start/finish: Parking in Lamsfeld at the village exit

Marking: otter symbol

Directions: Bus (508, 510), car

Route description/points of interest/background information: The path starts and ends in Lamsfeld. It goes round Lake Großer Mochowsee, largely following the shore path

Possible combinations:
  • Lake Schwielochsee Tour (bicycle tour)
  • Canoe/paddle tour of the Spreewald
  • Three other hikes on the Ludwig Leichhardt Nature Trail


Trail conditions: unspoilt, natural
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Lamsfelder Dorfstraße

15913 Schwielochsee OT Lamsfeld

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Fax: +49 (0) 35433-72228

Weather Today, 19. 8.

19 26
Possible light rain until morning, starting again in the evening.

  • Saturday
    17 24
  • Sunday
    15 27

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