Berlin Day Hike: Nature Reserve Nuthe-Nieplitz

Location: Nuthe-Nieplitz Naturschutzgebiet, Wildenbruch, Fresdorfer Heide, Pferdesteig, Backofenberg, Grämnitzberge, Poschfenn, Schafgraben, Rauher Berg, Kähnsdorfer See, Großer Seddiner See, Wildenbruch / Weather: 10-15°C, mostly cloudy but sunny at the end/ Distance: 17,5 km  / Mood: captivated by the crazy singing, ranting and clucking birds everywhere / Animals spotted: 1 deer, wild gooses, herons, 1 rabbit, a (too) big spider, small birds with yellow stomachs (maybe ortolans? I looked them up, but I’m not sure), coots, and some really big birds I don’t know.

 

Wildenbruch

near to Fresdorfer Heide

Backofenberg

Postfenn

Poschfenn

Großer Seddiner See

Kähnsdorfer See

Not exactly where I have been, but approximately: Track on Gpsies

 

3 thoughts on “Berlin Day Hike: Nature Reserve Nuthe-Nieplitz

  1. […] What’s so good about it? By far the hike with the most animals I have seen around Berlin. Deer, rabbits, crazy singing, ranting and clucking birds everywhere. I even saw the speciality of Nuthe-Nieplitz, the Ortolan, which is a small bird with a yellow stomach (take the spring track). If you are more interested in history you have to visit Beelitz Heilstätten which is an old hospital. Recently they have build a pathway which leads through the tree tops and around the old buildings. It’s expensive but it’s worth it. Links: In Summer, including Beelitz Heilstätten and Großer Seddiner See In Spring, Nuthe-Nieplitz including GPS Track […]

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