Template for inline skating events at Tempelhoferfeld

We are meeting at Tempelhof [date TBA] to go inline skating. It would be great if you could join us πŸ˜€ We are meeting at 2:00 pm (5pm is better if it’s hot).

Levels: All levels are welcome. Lots of beginners join us, so don’t be shy πŸ˜€

Meeting point:
We’ll meet in the Southwest corner of Tempelhofer Feld. I’ll be there with a bright red T-shirt on and a black cap (and skates obviously πŸ˜› ).
Closest public transport is S-Tempelhof (SΓΌdring S41/S42/S45) or U6-Tempelhof. It’s is about 3 minutes from the entrance of the S-Bahn across Tempelhofer Damm, then you enter the park, pass a few bicycle racks, continue the path to the right hand and then there is already the toilet container and next to it two concrete benches, where people will be busy changing their shoes (see the big blue X in the lower left hand corner below)

What to bring:
There is no changing and storage place at Tempelhofer Feld so you need to be in comfortable clothes already and you need to bring a small backpack to carry your shoes and other stuff. Some water, sun cream and sun glasses might be helpful.

Own inline skates required as there is no rental station nearby.

Beginner: Wannsee loop 16km

Beginner hike starting at S-bahn Wannsee.

Route: We head to the coastline via the forest, then walk towards Pfaueninsel. From there we walk through the forest until we reach the famous Glienicke SchlΓΆss, a palace formerly built for Prince Carl of Prussia in 1826. We then head into the forest again, before crossing the bridge over the Griebnitzsee, and heading into the Wannsee-DΓΌppel forest and eventually arriving back at S-Bahn Wannsee. Those not wanting to head straight home afterwards can join us for drinks/food.

Distance: 15 – 16km on easy forest paths.

Approximate route: http://bit.ly/2CKfqAK

Meeting place: Outside the main entrance to S-Bahn Wannsee (S1 or S7; don’t go through the tunnel directly towards the ferry, but come up the steps and meet by the bus stops). Look for the big group of hikers πŸ˜‰ If you are early, then look for the guy wearing bright red (that’s me / Ryan).

Costs: You may need an A-B zone BVG ticket to reach the start point. You may want money to buy food and drinks at the end.

Weather: Rain, hail or snow will not stop this event. If the weather looks horrendous, bring a good rain coat and thermals πŸ˜€

Bring: Appropriate clothing and footwear. Drinking water and food. A smile.

Note: Attendance is entirely at your own risk.