Family bike tour to Lake Ziestsee

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The family bike tour to lake Ziestsee is a beautiful bike tour through the typical landscape of the Dahmeland with small villages, pine forest and a lot of water near the bike route. Bathing enthusiasts can head for five small but fine bathing spots without much effort. The destination halfway along the route is the clear Ziestsee lake in Bindow. The bathing place offers a lot for the bathing excursion with the family. In addition to the partially shaded bathing meadow, there are toilets, covered rest areas as well as climbing frames and volleyball courts.
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  • Bathing spot at lake Ziestsee, Foto: Pauline Kaiser, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • Lake Krüpelsee, Foto: Pauline Kaiser, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • Plaground at lake Ziestsee, Foto: Pauline Kaiser, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
On the way to the lido, you will pass the wood carving figures in the Tiergarten in Königs Wusterhausen and the worth seeing river lock in Neue Mühle. From here, the cycle path follows the marked DahmeRadweg path to the bathing area in Bindow.  In Zernsdorf, the Aurora fishery offers delicious fish from local waters. Gastronomy along the road through Zernsdorf invites you to take a break. The shady, asphalted bicycle road between Kablow and Bindow has its own charm. Information boards along the way tell of the area's early settlement. A few extra minutes should be planned for reading. After entering Bindow, it is only a few kilometers to the bathing area at Ziestsee.

The way back leads along the Dahme cycle path to Bindowbrück again. After the bridge over the Dahme, you can cycle through the forest for a while before reaching the residential area of Senzig. A detour to the banks of the Dahme is recommended for robust cyclists. In Senzig, a beautiful path near the shore invites you to rest and refresh yourself several times. In the village, gastronomic facilities for a longer break are easily accessible.

Through the Tiergarten, the route returns to Königs Wusterhausen on a cycle path. The Bahnhofstraße in Königs Wusterhausen is home to a variety of restaurants.

Length: 26 km (2.5 h)

Difficulty: medium

Start / Finish: Königs Wusterhausen train station, alternative arrival at Niederlehme train station, Zernsdorf train station, Kablow train station

Logo / Route sign: without

Junction signposting: 84, 68, 32, 85, 63, 62, 65, 67, 68, 84

Arrival / Departure:
  • Public transport: Königs Wusterhausen station Regional train RE, RB, Citytrain S-Bahn
  • By car: A10 exit Königs Wusterhausen, parking lots at the train station Königs Wusterhausen

Route: Königs Wusterhausen train station, Königs Wusterhausen zoo, Neue Mühle lock, Zernsdorf, Kablow, Bindow, Bindowbrück, Senzig, Königs Wusterhausen Tiergarten, Königs Wusterhausen train station.

Places of interest and rest stops along the route:

  • Larger-than-life wood carving figures at Tiergarten in Königs Wusterhausen
  • Neue Mühle river lock with bascule bridge
  • Riverbank promenade Neue Mühle
  • Little Venice with clay ponds, playground, canals and several bridges
  • Kablow church
  • Lakeside path and gastronomy in Senzig
  • Tourist information Dahme-Seenland at the train station
  •  Königs Wusterhausen Bahnhofsstraße

Possible combinations:

  • Family bike tour to the lido Neue Mühle
  • Bicycle tour "Pack your swimming trunks..."
  • DahmeRadweg
  • Hofjagdweg
  • Trial tour on DahmeRadweg and Hofjagdweg
  • Brandenburger Landpartie in the Dahme Lake District

Route condition / route development: The route does not lead exclusively on bicycle and footpaths, over asphalted roads, side roads and partly unpaved forest paths

Map recommendation

  • "Dahme-Heideseen Nature Park", cycling and hiking map, 1:35,000, Dr. Barthel Verlag, ISBN 978-3-89591-092-0, 6.90 euros
  • "Dahme-Seen Flutgrabenaue Königs Wusterhausen und Umgebung", cycling & hiking map, 1:35.000, Dr. Barthel Verlag, ISBN 978-3-89591-097-5, 4,90 Euro
  • "Dahme-Seen, Königs-Wusterhausen, Teupitz" cycling, hiking & water map, 1:35,000, Grünes Herz Verlag, ISBN 978-3-929993-96-7, 4.95 Euro
  • Free brochure "The most beautiful bike tours in the district of Dahme-Spreewald Part 1".

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The family bike tour to lake Ziestsee is a beautiful bike tour through the typical landscape of the Dahmeland with small villages, pine forest and a lot of water near the bike route. Bathing enthusiasts can head for five small but fine bathing spots without much effort. The destination halfway along the route is the clear Ziestsee lake in Bindow. The bathing place offers a lot for the bathing excursion with the family. In addition to the partially shaded bathing meadow, there are toilets, covered rest areas as well as climbing frames and volleyball courts.
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  • Bathing spot at lake Ziestsee, Foto: Pauline Kaiser, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • Lake Krüpelsee, Foto: Pauline Kaiser, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • Plaground at lake Ziestsee, Foto: Pauline Kaiser, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
On the way to the lido, you will pass the wood carving figures in the Tiergarten in Königs Wusterhausen and the worth seeing river lock in Neue Mühle. From here, the cycle path follows the marked DahmeRadweg path to the bathing area in Bindow.  In Zernsdorf, the Aurora fishery offers delicious fish from local waters. Gastronomy along the road through Zernsdorf invites you to take a break. The shady, asphalted bicycle road between Kablow and Bindow has its own charm. Information boards along the way tell of the area's early settlement. A few extra minutes should be planned for reading. After entering Bindow, it is only a few kilometers to the bathing area at Ziestsee.

The way back leads along the Dahme cycle path to Bindowbrück again. After the bridge over the Dahme, you can cycle through the forest for a while before reaching the residential area of Senzig. A detour to the banks of the Dahme is recommended for robust cyclists. In Senzig, a beautiful path near the shore invites you to rest and refresh yourself several times. In the village, gastronomic facilities for a longer break are easily accessible.

Through the Tiergarten, the route returns to Königs Wusterhausen on a cycle path. The Bahnhofstraße in Königs Wusterhausen is home to a variety of restaurants.

Length: 26 km (2.5 h)

Difficulty: medium

Start / Finish: Königs Wusterhausen train station, alternative arrival at Niederlehme train station, Zernsdorf train station, Kablow train station

Logo / Route sign: without

Junction signposting: 84, 68, 32, 85, 63, 62, 65, 67, 68, 84

Arrival / Departure:
  • Public transport: Königs Wusterhausen station Regional train RE, RB, Citytrain S-Bahn
  • By car: A10 exit Königs Wusterhausen, parking lots at the train station Königs Wusterhausen

Route: Königs Wusterhausen train station, Königs Wusterhausen zoo, Neue Mühle lock, Zernsdorf, Kablow, Bindow, Bindowbrück, Senzig, Königs Wusterhausen Tiergarten, Königs Wusterhausen train station.

Places of interest and rest stops along the route:

  • Larger-than-life wood carving figures at Tiergarten in Königs Wusterhausen
  • Neue Mühle river lock with bascule bridge
  • Riverbank promenade Neue Mühle
  • Little Venice with clay ponds, playground, canals and several bridges
  • Kablow church
  • Lakeside path and gastronomy in Senzig
  • Tourist information Dahme-Seenland at the train station
  •  Königs Wusterhausen Bahnhofsstraße

Possible combinations:

  • Family bike tour to the lido Neue Mühle
  • Bicycle tour "Pack your swimming trunks..."
  • DahmeRadweg
  • Hofjagdweg
  • Trial tour on DahmeRadweg and Hofjagdweg
  • Brandenburger Landpartie in the Dahme Lake District

Route condition / route development: The route does not lead exclusively on bicycle and footpaths, over asphalted roads, side roads and partly unpaved forest paths

Map recommendation

  • "Dahme-Heideseen Nature Park", cycling and hiking map, 1:35,000, Dr. Barthel Verlag, ISBN 978-3-89591-092-0, 6.90 euros
  • "Dahme-Seen Flutgrabenaue Königs Wusterhausen und Umgebung", cycling & hiking map, 1:35.000, Dr. Barthel Verlag, ISBN 978-3-89591-097-5, 4,90 Euro
  • "Dahme-Seen, Königs-Wusterhausen, Teupitz" cycling, hiking & water map, 1:35,000, Grünes Herz Verlag, ISBN 978-3-929993-96-7, 4.95 Euro
  • Free brochure "The most beautiful bike tours in the district of Dahme-Spreewald Part 1".

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15711 Königs Wusterhausen

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