track length: 29,00 km
Starting point: Altstadt Köpenick
Goal: S-Bhf Königs Wusterhausen
Total ride time: 2 h
Level of difficulty easy

E-Bike – Rental

Whether challenging climbs or extensive tours, with the e-bike you can reach any destination. Explore Berlin’s number one outdoor region with the e-bike

booking

Route description

Old town Köpenick, dam bridge where the Dahme flows into the Spree. Follow the street Alt Köpenick until Schloss Köpenick, cross the Müggelheimer Straße and pass the Frauentog with solar boat pavilion on the left.

Now turn right into the old fishermen’s settlement, the Kietz, and follow Gartenstraße and Charlottenstraße. Turn right into Wendenschlossstraßeab and follow this street for 2.3 km until you reach the junction Müggelbergallee. Here please turn right to the Dahmeufer and cross the Dahme by ferry F 12 (runs all year round except in fog and ice, frequency 10/20 min, attention: after 8 pm no ferry service).

On the other side of the Dahme, follow Wassersportallee, turn left into Regattastraße. Follow this and the sports promenade for 4.4 km until you reach the village square Karolinenhof. From here, keep left along Rehfeldstraße, continue along Rohrwallallee and turn right into Sielower Weg. Then turn left into the Vetschauer Allee and follow the Adlergestell for 1.6 km to the center of Schmöckwitz.

Turn left into Wernsdorfer Straße and drive 3.5 km to the entrance of Königs Wusterhausen, OT Wernsdorf. Here you follow the Dorfstraße to the center of the village and keep right on the bicycle and footpath parallel to the Niederlehmer Chaussee.

This becomes Wernsdorfer Straße and Karl-Marx-Straße. At the corner of Dorfstraße (behind the Niederlehme sports field) turn right and then left along Kirchstraße to return to Hauptstraße.

After 800 m, a bicycle and pedestrian bridge on the right leads over the Dahme to Königs Wusterhausen. (Here you can make a detour to the radio city (Niederlehme, Königs Wusterhausen, Neue Mühle approx. 8 km additionally)

Continue on Karl-Marx-Straße through Niederlehme straight ahead (missing cycle path!) and continue along Friedrich-Ebert-Straße. Finally, Zernsdorfer Straße will lead you to the historic lock Neue Mühle.