Formed during the Ice Age, it is the oldest and smallest natural park in Brandenburg, with its lakes, valleys and canyons; This route shows its best side.
  • Travelling time: 6/7h
  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Why we love it: Rare and protected plant and animal species are at home here and can be seen along the way.
  • Length: 21 km
  • Total Elevation Gain: 195 m
  • Way to travel: By foot
  • Cost: 0
  • Our Advice: Because of the many lakes, it is a recommended bring a mosquito repellent during the summer.

The path runs in the Natural Park in the southwest and along the north shore of Lake Mützel which opens a spectacular view of the countryside. Thanks to the good quality of the water, the lake provides a habitat for many rare and protected plant and animal species. The other 20 small lakes, ponds, marshes and wetlands that are along the route, are home to many dragonflies, fish and beavers.

We head east along Stobber, an oasis of untouched nature. From the path, you can see directly from the field of the structures built by beavers. Special "stairs" at the former mills allow free access to their rearing and reproduction area.

Every season is a special walk on this path! A trip in the Kneipp resort of Buckow and Waldsievershof are recommended and offers many attractions.



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