In Konigs Wusterhausen trail was opened on August 21, 2009 of the 1st permanent IVV solemnly. In Konigs Wusterhausen trail was opened on August 21, 2009 of the 1st permanent IVV solemnly. Thus, there are three hiking routes of its kind in the State of Brandenburg now by the German public sports association (DVV). Operators are the exemplary cooperative interaction Berliner touring Spandau e.V. and the tourism Dahme Lakes Association of Konigs Wusterhausen. Before the Office of tourist information, that is in the future start/finish for the walkers, Walker found opening next to the press and publicly known persons numerous interested, active trekking and Nordic walking. All those present have launched to the opening ceremony on the success of the new institution with a glass of sparkling wine.
Dana Klaus of the tourism Dahme Lakes Association, circle way we’re of Andreas Peters and Horst Zander, Chairman of the touring Spandau e.V. in their speeches idea, preparation, establishment and future operation of the first IVV presented trail in Konigs Wusterhausen. Then are with a preparation time of only four weeks three different hiking routes of 6, 12 and 22 km have been approved, marked, written out to the IVV-hiking trail and made public in the public. Permanent IVV trail means: ranking distance at any time available for hikers and Nordic walkers. Evaluation is according to the rules of the DVV aiming at the acquisition of the popular sports badge of the IVV. With mutually positive effect for their respective interests the two associations of operators expect an increasing popularity and many hikers and Nordic Walker. Symbolically, they cut the white Red Ribbon at the start and goal in the tourist office in Konigs Wusterhausen at the opening of the trail. In the aftermath of the celebrations went 51 hikers on the trails. 20 participants took the route of 22 km and the other completed the 12 km route, all together with an overall positive balance in assessing the routes. Who would like to have more information, get them on the Web sites of the operators of the first permanent trail of King Wusterhausen under and