Call out "Fährmann hol över" - and ferryman Tom will take hikers, walkers and cyclists safely across the Narrow Luzin to the other bank on one of Europe's last hand-operated cable ferries.
Having reached the end of the Luzin stairs via 105 steps, the paradise at the narrow Luzin begins. The Feldberg lake landscape, one of the youngest end moraine landscapes, presents itself here in its unique beauty. Turquoise green shimmers the narrow Luzin with its crystal clear water, framed by wooded steep slopes. Here the Luzin ferry with boat rental awaits you: an ideal starting point for friends of water hiking. The seven-kilometer-long lake is closed to combustion engines and exploring nature from the water side has its own special charm here.
On natural paths along the shores, hikers can also find refreshments and treats for the small appetite in the ferry store with café. In any case, you should not miss a ride on the hand-operated cable ferry, which translates every half and full hour. The ferry connects Feldberg with the Hullerbusch and the fishing village of Carwitz, where the farm store of the sheep farm and the Hans Fallada Museum invite you to visit.
Opening hours may be subject to daily changes and weather conditions directly on site.