At Krumme Lanke, visitors can walk, jog, cycle or linger on one of the benches overlooking the water along a 3.8-kilometre lakeside path. The public is mixed and nudism is allowed in all areas. In the winter, when the lake is frozen over, some guests dare to go skating on the ice rink. Anglers will find 18 different species of fish in Krumme Lanke.
Swimming in Krumme Lanke
Krumme Lanke offers ideal bathing possibilities. The water is easily accessible from the shore almost everywhere. A large bathing meadow is located at the southern end of Fischerhüttenstraße. In the north of the lake are two shallow bathing bays with a sandy beach: They are well suited for families with children because the water is quit shallow here.
Interesting Facts about Krumme Lanke
Krumme Lanke has a tube-like, curved shape. It is the third most southerly lake of the Grunewald lake chain, which was formed during the Vistula ice age. It has an area of about 101 acres and is up to 6.60 metres deep. It is connected to Lake Schlachtensee.