In the south east of Berlin lies the Dahme-Heideseen nature park. This area offers vast pine forests, numerous lakes and its namesake the river Dahme. On this beautiful spring weekend we took the chance to visit this remote hiking paradise and walk a straight line from Storkow to Halbe, crossing almost the whole park.

Brandenburg showed its sunny side.
What a beautiful day.
When I see a forest trench like this, I have to walk it.
Look what I found: Visible through the trees is Tropical Islands, allegedly the biggest free standing hall in the world.
This forest seems endless.
Just lean back and enjoy the view.
Green carpeted forest.
Tree tunnel – yes please!
Hidden heathers between the pines.
Magic hour between pine trees. At the end of the tour the forest presented itself from its best side.

The Dahme-Heideseen nature park is a beautiful hiking destination dominated by huge pine forests. We will definitely come back to explore the area more!

More info here:

Start: Storkow (Mark) train station – End: Halbe train station | 30km

How to get here?

Take the RB24 from Ostkreuz to Königs Wusterhausen and then RB36 to Storkow (Mark) train station.
Take the RB24 back from Halbe train station to Ostkreuz.