Hiking trail around Lake Großer Zechliner See

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Length: 12 km
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Lake Großer Zechliner See is one of the clearest waters in the Rheinsberg lake district. It forms part of the federal waterway – from here you can get to the River Havel, Lake Müritz and the River Elbe by water. Two thirds of this idyllic circular walk runs directly along the shore. Two bathing areas provide the perfect opportunity for a cool dip on a hot day.
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  • Großer Zechliner See, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/ Steffen Lehmann
  • Schöner Blick, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Neue Kanalbrücke, Foto: Heimat- und Kulturverein Flecken Zechlin e.V.
Length: 13 kilometres
Start/finish: Tourist information center Flecken Zechlin
Places of interest along the route: Flecken Zechlin, Schookablage, Siedlitzablage, Franzosenweg, Repente, Landwehrkanal, Beckersmühle, bathing area, Ablage am Kanal, Flecken Zechlin.
Marking: no markings, there are information panels along the route.

Directions: The start and end point Flecken Zechlin can be reached on public transport via Rheinsberg railway station by taking the bus (line 785).

Route description/points of interest/background information: The tour starts and ends at the tourist information centre in Flecken Zechlin. Hikers can obtain the necessary information here.  Passing the church, where exhibitions are always held in the summer months, the tour heads to the shore of Lake Schwarzer See. The lakeside path follows the northern shore of Lake Großer Zechliner See to Schookablage, a large meadow. Passing two campsites you reach Siedlietzablage, a former storage area for timber transports. Heading towards Repente on Franzosenweg, the tour runs through woods and meadows via Landwehrkanal back to the shores of Lake Großer Zechliner See. Shortly before the end of the tour you reach the bathing area on the southern shore of the lake. From here it is just under a kilometre to the canal bridge in Flecken Zechlin, from where you have a view of both lakes.

Maps/Literature: A map for download and a detailed tour description can be found on the website of the municipality
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Lake Großer Zechliner See is one of the clearest waters in the Rheinsberg lake district. It forms part of the federal waterway – from here you can get to the River Havel, Lake Müritz and the River Elbe by water. Two thirds of this idyllic circular walk runs directly along the shore. Two bathing areas provide the perfect opportunity for a cool dip on a hot day.
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  • Großer Zechliner See, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/ Steffen Lehmann
  • Schöner Blick, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Neue Kanalbrücke, Foto: Heimat- und Kulturverein Flecken Zechlin e.V.
Length: 13 kilometres
Start/finish: Tourist information center Flecken Zechlin
Places of interest along the route: Flecken Zechlin, Schookablage, Siedlitzablage, Franzosenweg, Repente, Landwehrkanal, Beckersmühle, bathing area, Ablage am Kanal, Flecken Zechlin.
Marking: no markings, there are information panels along the route.

Directions: The start and end point Flecken Zechlin can be reached on public transport via Rheinsberg railway station by taking the bus (line 785).

Route description/points of interest/background information: The tour starts and ends at the tourist information centre in Flecken Zechlin. Hikers can obtain the necessary information here.  Passing the church, where exhibitions are always held in the summer months, the tour heads to the shore of Lake Schwarzer See. The lakeside path follows the northern shore of Lake Großer Zechliner See to Schookablage, a large meadow. Passing two campsites you reach Siedlietzablage, a former storage area for timber transports. Heading towards Repente on Franzosenweg, the tour runs through woods and meadows via Landwehrkanal back to the shores of Lake Großer Zechliner See. Shortly before the end of the tour you reach the bathing area on the southern shore of the lake. From here it is just under a kilometre to the canal bridge in Flecken Zechlin, from where you have a view of both lakes.

Maps/Literature: A map for download and a detailed tour description can be found on the website of the municipality
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