Hardly any other area in Brandenburg is as unspoilt as the Rhinluch. Northwest of the capital Berlin, quiet canals criss-cross the moorland. Cranes call at one of the largest inland resting places for cranes in Europe, the Linumer Teichen. This small canoe paradise is located directly on the water hiking trail from Berlin via the Havel and the Ruppiner Canal to the Brandenburg Lake District in the north. Entry points are Wustrau-Altfriesack, Fehrbellin or Linum. Nearby, the Fontane city of Neuruppin offers cultural attractions. The 35 km long canoe round trip in the Rhinluch is ideal for two day trips and can also be done in smaller round trips of 10 km and 30 km by canoe. Camping and bivouac sites provide safe overnight accommodation on land - ideal for families, groups and recreational paddlers.
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