Second Stage “Oderland Trail”: Falkenberg/Mark - Wölsickendorf

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The second stage of the Oderland Trail covers 14 kilometres from Falkenberg/Mark to Wölsickendorf. This stage also has plenty to offer when it comes to attractive scenery: At first it feels as though you are walking through a low mountain range, then the trail takes you down into a valley basin that is home to Cöthener Park. The final section of this stage follows the brook valley of Gamengrund, all the way to Wölsickendorf.
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  • Oderlandweg, Falkenberg Kammweg
  • Oderlandweg, Wegweisen Cöthen
  • Oderlandweg, Wasserrad Cöthen
  • Oderlandweg, Gamengrund
Length: 14 kilometres (3 hours)

Start: Falkenberg/Mark

Finish: Wölsickendorf

Logo/route sign: red dot against a white background

How to get there: Take the regional express train RE3 (Stralsund) from Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) to Eberswalde. From here, take the regional train RB60 (Frankfurt/Oder) to Falkenberg (about 1.5 hours).

Return journey: From Wölsickendorf, take bus no. 887 to Werneuchen. Continue on from here on the regional train RB319 to Berlin Ostbahnhof (about 1 hour).

Route: Falkenberg, Cöthen, Wölsickendorf

Route description:

The hike starts with the climb to the Karlsburg. From there it twists and turns, rises and falls into an idyllic blind valley and through Cöthen Park. The sounds of the River Cöthen follow the hiker through the town. Turn left as you leave the town: The path to the left leads into the Gamengrund conservation area and on to Lake Kleiner Gamensee. It continues along the east bank of the lake. Soon we reach the rest area by Lake Großer Gamensee. The path meanders past several small lakes with water lilies and over a few minor altitude differences. An old granite road leads out of the valley and the walk continues along a pleasant dirt track bordered by hedges as far as Wölsickendorf.

Possible combinations:
  • 66-Lakes Hiking Trail
  • Tower Hiking Trail

Trail conditions/surface: Forest and dirt tracks, roads

Maps/Literature:

“Seenland Oder-Spree Nordteil (Landkreis Märkisch Oderland): Fahrrad- und Erlebniskarte”, Maßstab 1 : 75.000 / 1 : 175.000 Landkarte Folded Map, Verlag: Pietruska; Auflage: 3 (22. November 2011), ISBN-10: 3934895824, Euro 6.90
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The second stage of the Oderland Trail covers 14 kilometres from Falkenberg/Mark to Wölsickendorf. This stage also has plenty to offer when it comes to attractive scenery: At first it feels as though you are walking through a low mountain range, then the trail takes you down into a valley basin that is home to Cöthener Park. The final section of this stage follows the brook valley of Gamengrund, all the way to Wölsickendorf.
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  • Oderlandweg, Falkenberg Kammweg
  • Oderlandweg, Wegweisen Cöthen
  • Oderlandweg, Wasserrad Cöthen
Length: 14 kilometres (3 hours)

Start: Falkenberg/Mark

Finish: Wölsickendorf

Logo/route sign: red dot against a white background

How to get there: Take the regional express train RE3 (Stralsund) from Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) to Eberswalde. From here, take the regional train RB60 (Frankfurt/Oder) to Falkenberg (about 1.5 hours).

Return journey: From Wölsickendorf, take bus no. 887 to Werneuchen. Continue on from here on the regional train RB319 to Berlin Ostbahnhof (about 1 hour).

Route: Falkenberg, Cöthen, Wölsickendorf

Route description:

The hike starts with the climb to the Karlsburg. From there it twists and turns, rises and falls into an idyllic blind valley and through Cöthen Park. The sounds of the River Cöthen follow the hiker through the town. Turn left as you leave the town: The path to the left leads into the Gamengrund conservation area and on to Lake Kleiner Gamensee. It continues along the east bank of the lake. Soon we reach the rest area by Lake Großer Gamensee. The path meanders past several small lakes with water lilies and over a few minor altitude differences. An old granite road leads out of the valley and the walk continues along a pleasant dirt track bordered by hedges as far as Wölsickendorf.

Possible combinations:
  • 66-Lakes Hiking Trail
  • Tower Hiking Trail

Trail conditions/surface: Forest and dirt tracks, roads

Maps/Literature:

“Seenland Oder-Spree Nordteil (Landkreis Märkisch Oderland): Fahrrad- und Erlebniskarte”, Maßstab 1 : 75.000 / 1 : 175.000 Landkarte Folded Map, Verlag: Pietruska; Auflage: 3 (22. November 2011), ISBN-10: 3934895824, Euro 6.90
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16259 Falkenberg/Mark

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Weather Today, 30. 9.

4 17
Clear throughout the day.

  • Saturday
    6 14
  • Sunday
    9 16

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