length of track:  29,00 km
Depart at:  Altstadt (Old town) of  Köpenick
Destination:  S-Bhf Königs Wusterhausen
Total ride time:  2 h
Level of difficulty  easy

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With breathtaking views, cultural treasures and a unique connection to nature, this trail is ideal for cycling enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. Experience the diverse beauty of Berlin on two wheels!

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Route description


We start at Altstadt Köpenick, Damm Bridge, where the Dahme flows into the Spree. Follow the street “Alt Köpenick” to Köpenick Palace, cross Müggelheimer Straße and pass “Frauentrog” with its solar boat pavilion to the left.

Now turn right into the old fishermen’s settlement, called ” Kietz”, and follow Gartenstraße and Charlottenstraße. Turn right into Wendenschlossstraße and stay on this road for about 2,3 km until you reach the junction Müggelbergallee. Please turn right towards the Dahmeufer and cross the river Dahme by ferry F 12 (operates all year round except when it is foggy or icy. (Every 10 or 20 min, until 8 pm).

Once you have left the ferry follow Wassersportallee and  head left into Regattastraße. Stay on this road  for 4.4 km until you come to the village square Karolinenhof. Keep left along Rehfeldstraße, continue on Rohrwallallee and turn right into Sielower Weg. Next turn left into Vetschauer Allee and follow Adlergestell for 1,6 km to the village center of Schmöckwitz.

Head left into Wernsdorfer Straße and drive 3.5 km to the entrance of Königs Wusterhausen, OT Wernsdorf. Follow  Dorfstraße to the center of the village and stay on the biccycle path parallel to  Niederlehmer Chaussee.

Behind the sports field turn right towards Niederlehme and return to the main road via Kirchstraße on the left.

A bicycle and pedestrian bridge is leading on the right over the Dahme to Königs Wusterhausen. (Here you could make a detour to the broadcasting town Niederlehme, Königs Wusterhausen, Neue Mühle.of additional 8 km).

Continue on Karl-Marx-Straße through Niederlehme (no cycle path!) and along Friedrich-Ebert-Straße. Finally, Zernsdorfer Straße will take you to the historic Neue Mühle lock.