First Stage “Berlin-Usedom Cycle Path”: Berlin - Biesenthal

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The first stage of the Berlin-Usedom Cycle Path is 41 kilometre long and takes you from the centre of Berlin to Biesenthal. From the Palace Park you continue to the Mauerpark park and from there along the Panke to Bernau near Berlin with its medieval town centre. You reach Biesenthal, your destination, via Ladeburg and Lobetal.
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  • Im Mauerpark, Foto: Jan Hoffmann
  • An der Panke, Foto: Jan Hoffmann
  • An der Panke, Foto: Jan Hoffmann
  • Stadttor Bernau, Foto: WITO GmbH Agentur Face, Jürgen Rocholl
  • Stadtmauer Bernau, Foto: WITO GmbH Agentur Face, Jürgen Rocholl
  • Start am Brandenburger Tor, Foto: WITO GmbH
Length: 41 kilometres

Start: Berlin Palace Park

Finish: Biesenthal

Logo/route sign: green sign for the Berlin-Usedom Cycle Path

Return journey: from Biesenthal take the RB24 to Eberswalde. Continue from here by taking the RE3309 (Elsterwerda-Biehla) to Berlin central station (about 1 hour).

Route: Berlin Palace Park, Mauerpark park, Panke, Bernau, Ladeburg, Lobetal, Biesenthal

Points of interest/background information:
  • Berlin: High parish and cathedral church
  • Bernau: Local history museum, Wallanlagen
  • Ladeburg bunker
  • Biesenthal town hall gallery

Possible combinations

  • European Bicycle Route R1
  • Berlin-Copenhagen Cycle Route
  • Large Bernau Family Tour
  • Through Barnim Nature Park

Trail conditions/surface: Most of the route is on separate cycle paths. There are a few stretches with paved field and forest paths. There are only short passages, where cyclists get into contact with motor traffic on main roads or when going through towns and villages. Within the State of Brandenburg, the whole cycle path is fully developed and signposted. Continuous signposting is also provided in Berlin. Parts of the route are identical with the Panke Cycle Route.

Maps/Literature: 

  • “Bikeline Radfernweg Berlin-Usedom. Von der Metropole an die Ostsee”, 1:50.000, Esterbauer Verlag, überarbeitete Auflage: 7. (2018), ISBN-13: 9783850004411, Euro 13.90.

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The first stage of the Berlin-Usedom Cycle Path is 41 kilometre long and takes you from the centre of Berlin to Biesenthal. From the Palace Park you continue to the Mauerpark park and from there along the Panke to Bernau near Berlin with its medieval town centre. You reach Biesenthal, your destination, via Ladeburg and Lobetal.
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  • Im Mauerpark, Foto: Jan Hoffmann
  • An der Panke, Foto: Jan Hoffmann
  • An der Panke, Foto: Jan Hoffmann
  • Stadttor Bernau, Foto: WITO GmbH Agentur Face, Jürgen Rocholl
  • Stadtmauer Bernau, Foto: WITO GmbH Agentur Face, Jürgen Rocholl
Length: 41 kilometres

Start: Berlin Palace Park

Finish: Biesenthal

Logo/route sign: green sign for the Berlin-Usedom Cycle Path

Return journey: from Biesenthal take the RB24 to Eberswalde. Continue from here by taking the RE3309 (Elsterwerda-Biehla) to Berlin central station (about 1 hour).

Route: Berlin Palace Park, Mauerpark park, Panke, Bernau, Ladeburg, Lobetal, Biesenthal

Points of interest/background information:
  • Berlin: High parish and cathedral church
  • Bernau: Local history museum, Wallanlagen
  • Ladeburg bunker
  • Biesenthal town hall gallery

Possible combinations

  • European Bicycle Route R1
  • Berlin-Copenhagen Cycle Route
  • Large Bernau Family Tour
  • Through Barnim Nature Park

Trail conditions/surface: Most of the route is on separate cycle paths. There are a few stretches with paved field and forest paths. There are only short passages, where cyclists get into contact with motor traffic on main roads or when going through towns and villages. Within the State of Brandenburg, the whole cycle path is fully developed and signposted. Continuous signposting is also provided in Berlin. Parts of the route are identical with the Panke Cycle Route.

Maps/Literature: 

  • “Bikeline Radfernweg Berlin-Usedom. Von der Metropole an die Ostsee”, 1:50.000, Esterbauer Verlag, überarbeitete Auflage: 7. (2018), ISBN-13: 9783850004411, Euro 13.90.

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