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20 Green Walks in Berlin at a Glance

The 20 Green Walks are as diverse as Berlin. There are short and longer routes as well as two circular routes. They start or end on the outskirts or in the middle of the city. Some path connect the opposite city limits or several historical settlement centers with one another, or they follow the great waters of Berlin. Some walks are rather quiet in the outer city area, others lead directly through the pulsating center of Berlin. But no matter where, they are always looking for the greenest course, which sometimes just doesn’t exist (yet).

Walk 1 – The River Spree Walk (63 km)

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The Spreeweg follows the Berlin glacial valley and is by far the longest green main path. It begins in the west at Falkenhagener Feld and ends in the east at Hessenwinkel. More information

Walk 2 – Spandau Walk (33 km)

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The Spandauer Weg, which begins in the north of the district of Spandau at the Aalemannkanal and leaves the district of Spandau in the south in Kladow, shows impressive landscapes on the Berlin land area west of the Havel. More information

Walk 3 – Heiligensee Walk (24 km)

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The Heiligenseer Weg begins in the middle of urban Berlin: on the pedestrian bridge between two administrative buildings of the Bundestag near the Parliament of Trees. From here the path leads to the northern city limits of Heiligensee. More information

Walk 4 – Lübars Walk (14 km)

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The Lübarser Weg is a prime example of a green main path - as the route runs almost entirely in green surroundings. The walk begins south of Köpchensee at the Tegeler Fließ and ends south of the Mauerpark. More information

Walk 5 – North-South-Walk (44 km)

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The Nord-Süd-Weg accompanies the Panke from the northern city limits to the (historic) mouth of the Panke into the Spree opposite Friedrichstraße station. From here it continues to the southern border of Berlin in Marienfelde. More information

Walk 6 – Lindenberg Corridor Walk (17 km)

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The Lindenberg corridor connects the Lichtenberg residential area at the Rummelsburger Bucht with the fields of the village of Wartenberg northeast of the city limits. The path winds through the commercially used corridor between Lichtenberg, Hohenschönhausen and Marzahn. More information

Walk 7 – Hönow Walk (22 km)

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The Hönower Weg begins at the Märchenbrunnen fountain in the Volkspark Friedrichshain and ends at the eastern edge of the town along the Hönower Weiherkette. For many, the route shows faces of Berlin that are certainly unknown to most people. More information

Walk 8 – Kaulsdorf Walk (17 km)

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The Kaulsdorfer Weg leads mostly through green settlement areas. It starts at Treptower Park and ends in Mahlsdorf. While urban characters still dominate in Rummelsburg and in Friedrichsfelde, east of Treskowallee in Karlshorst, people live almost without exception in terraced and detached houses. More information

Walk 9 – River Dahme Walk (21 km)

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The Dahmeweg runs from the estuary to the Spree along the bank of the Dahme River Especially in the forest section between the lido Grünau and the villa village Karolinenhof the lake-like river can be experienced from the shore. Unique for Berlin is the riverside tram. More information

Walk 10 – Britz-Buckow Walk (10 km)

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The Britz-Buckower-Weg starts at Tempelhofer Feld and ends at the southern border in Buckow. The route runs over the Colditzbrücke, which connects the industrial areas north and south of the Teltowkanal. The imposing industrial architecture of the Ullsteinhaus is unmistakable here. More information

Walk 11 – Wannsee Walk (30 km)

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The Wannseeweg includes the most popular hiking trails in the southwest of Berlin. Starting at Königssee, it connects eight lakes of the Grunewald lake chain with the Havel riverbanks of Berlin's Düppel forest and the Potsdam park landscape in the extreme southwest of the city. More information

Walk 12 – Havel Lakes Walk (28 km)

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The Havelseenweg accompanies the Havel waters from the Glienicke Bridge over the pier in Wannsee to the pier on the Aalemannufer in Spandau. It crosses two landscapes: the Teltow plateau in the south and the flat plain of the Warsaw-Berlin glacial valley in the north. More information

Walk 13 – Barnim Villages Walk (34 km)

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The Barnimer Dörferweg is one of the most famous hiking trails in northern Berlin. It connects the historic village centers in the area of the Berlin Barnim. The route begins at the Tegeler Hafen and ends in Ahrensfelde. More information

Walk 14 – Wuhle Valley Walk (16 km)

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The Wuhletalweg accompanies the Wuhle from Ahrensfelde to its mouth into the Spree River in Köpenick. The Wuhle, a "flowing water", known until the 1980s more as a sewage canal, is today a clean stream, in which small fish cavort. More information

Walk 15 – Teltow Villages Walk (48 km)

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The Teltower Dörferweg runs from village to village. On the Teltow plateau in the south of Berlin, starting at Krumme Lanke, it zigzags across Zehlendorf, Lichterfelde, Marienfelde, Lichtenrade, Buckow, Rudow until Adlershof. More information

Walk 16 – Humboldt Trail (36 km)

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The Humboldt-Spur begins its journey in the surroundings of Tegel Castle, also known as Humboldt Castle. The trail leads along the “Nordgraben” to the city limits in Ahrensfelde in the north-east of Berlin. More information

Walk 17 – Teltow Canal Walk (38 km)

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The Teltowkanalweg never leaves the banks of the Teltowkanal between Griebnitzsee and the Dahme River. The navigable canal, which was built within only 6 years, was supposed to shorten the waterway between Oder and Elbe around 1900. More information

Walk 18 – Inner Park Ring Walk (52 km)

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The Innerer Parkring encircles the inner city of Berlin. It connects the large and small parks and finds green niches such as Tempelhofer Feld, Volkspark Wilmersdorf, Schlosspark Charlottenburg, Volkspark Rehberge and Friedrichshain. More information

Walk 19 – Tiergarten Ring Walk (23 km)

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The Tiergartenring surrounds Berlin's largest park, the Großer Tiergarten, and further, to the east, the historic centre of Berlin. It shows the green side of Berlin again and again. More information

Walk 20 – Bullengraben Walk (7 km)

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The Bullengrabenweg is the shortest of all the main green routes. The path, which only runs in the Spandau district, begins directly at the Berlin state border near the village Seeburg in Brandenburg and leads along the green corridor of Bullengraben to the banks of the Havel River south of Spandau's old town. More information