Water is the dominant element on a hike along the Bevergerner Pättken. The 7-kilometre premium trail starts at the lock in Bevergern. Here, at the "Wet Triangle", the Mittelland Canal and the Dortmund-Ems Canal meet. The ships sail leisurely along the blue ribbon of canals towards their destinations. Linger a while - at the intersection of two important waterways, watch the large barges overcome the 10-metre height difference in the 163-metre-long lock.
During the hike, there are always beautiful views of the canal, which you accompany for a long time on the riverside paths. First you hike along the north bank of the Dortmund-Ems Canal, where there are usually numerous ships. After crossing the canal, you now follow the southern bank. A loop leads you from the canal into the centre of Bevergern. On the way you will reach"Levedags Mühle" - a former oil and fulling mill.
The signposted hiking trail now leads its visitors back to the south bank of the canal, which you cross with the historic bridge"Bergeshöveder Steg". You are now directly at the "Wet Triangle" again and follow the Mittelland Canal for a short distance. The hiking trail finally leads west through a beautiful forest area before you reach the starting point again.