Best partially paved trails in Berlin, Berlin

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Explore the most popular partially paved trails near Berlin with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Map of partially paved trails in Berlin, Berlin
Top trails (10)
#1 - Berliner Mauerweg
Berlin, Berlin, Germany
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Length: 102.9 mi • Est. Multi-day
The Berlin Wall divided the German capital for 28 years - and separated West Berlin until 1989 almost insurmountable from the territory of the GDR. Today, the visitor must go in search of clues to discover the remains of the former border fortifications. The best way to do this is by bike, on the "Berlin Wall Trail". Large parts of the Berlin Wall Trail have the character of a historical themed trail: whether Glienicker Brücke or Checkpoint Charlie - the "Cold War" between West and East can still be experienced en route. Many of the pistes on which you roll are largely historical, as the Berlin Wall Trail usually runs on the "customs routes" in the west and the "Kolonnenwegen", which once used the GDR border troops for their control rides. Signposted throughout and largely car-free on the surrounding areas. The mostly flat bike paths are mostly paved, some sections have a water-bound road surface or consist of historic concrete slabs. Source: http://www.adfc.deShow more
#2 - Auf Försterswegen durch den Grunewald
Grunewald
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Length: 6.5 mi • Est. 2 h 56 m
This route leads through the beautiful Grundwald, which is a real highlight in every season. In the west of Berlin and easy to reach from the center of Grunewald lies directly on the Havel. The well-developed forest roads, but also many small forest trails make every hike here a varied experience. This route leads past the sand dune in Grunewald and Saubucht. Shortly before the end of the aRoute you also pass Krumme Lanke, where you can take a short break and enjoy the water.Show more
#3 - Von Südkreuz nach Marienfelde
Berlin, Berlin, Germany
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Length: 5 mi • Est. 2 h 14 m
This route leads through the south of Berlin. It starts at the S-Bahn station Südkreuz and first goes along the Schöneberg southern area, where you can admire wild nature about forgotten technology. Then it continues on the Mariendorfer-Hafen-Weg, a narrow path between railway and commercial terrain, which is to be expanded by 2025 to a pedestrian and cycle path with adjacent green belt.Show more
#4 - Rund um den Grunewaldsee
Grunewald
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Length: 1.8 mi • Est. 51 m
#5 - Von der Friedrichstraße nach Tegel
Berlin, Berlin, Germany
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Length: 12.6 mi • Est. 5 h 28 m
A beautiful bike ride along the water (Spree, Spandau shipping canal, Plötzensee, Hohenzollernkanal and Tegler See).Show more
#6 - Spandauer Forst Loop
Berlin, Berlin, Germany
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Length: 15.6 mi • Est. 7 h 11 m
#7 - Nördlicher Mauerweg
Berlin, Berlin, Germany
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Length: 24.9 mi • Est. 11 h 3 m
Trail begins at S-Bhf Heiligensee in the direction Berlin Wall Trail (northwestern side) via Fronau, Glienicke Nordbahn, then the trail heads into the city via Gesundbrunnen, Tiergarten, Brandenburg Gate and ends at Potsdamer Platz.Show more
#8 - Grunewald Run 21km
Grunewald
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Length: 13.1 mi
#9 - Mühlenbecker Land, Wald Basdorf, Wald Barnim
Berlin, Berlin, Germany
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Length: 40.6 mi • Est. Multi-day
Trail begins at the S-Bahn station Mühlenbeck-Mönchmühle, then heads northeast through the forest Basdorf and Barnim to Prenden. On the Hellsee way back go through the forest to the Schönower Heide and S-Bhf Mühlenbeck-Mönchmühle.Show more
#10 - Havelland
Berlin, Berlin, Germany
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Length: 251.7 mi • Est. Multi-day
The entire Havelradweg leads over 374 km from the Mecklenburg Lake District via Berlin to the Elbe to Wittenberge. This tour starts in Berlin and leads to Rathenow. From there on the worth seeing Neuruppin on the "cycle routes of the historical city centers in the country Brandenburg" over castle Rheinsberg after Fürstenberg. From there one rolls again on the Havelradweg direction Berlin. The well-signposted Havelradweg leads on predominantly low-traffic side roads or paved bike paths and has hardly any gradients. Only in the Ruppin Switzerland wait a few short but crisp climbs. An alternative for the return journey from Rathenow is the Havelland cycle path via Nauen to Berlin (around 80 km).Show more