Clay and Pots Bicycle Tour

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Length: 43 km
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The Clay and Pots Bicycle Tour takes you on a circular route through the north of Hoher Fläming Nature Park. You can take the RE7 and start the tour from Wiesenburg station. On the way, there are numerous places to stop off for refreshments so you can continue your journey feeling re-invigorated. Schmerwitz Estate, for example, is an excellent place to take a break: here you can buy organic products at the farm shop as well as beautiful pottery. Dahlen Estate with its old trees is well worth a visit. From Dahlen, the route goes downhill for a short distance on a main road that unfortunately does not yet have a separate cycle path. Shortly after crossing Riembach stream, a connecting road with little traffic turns off to the right into the forest and leads to Rottstock.
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  • Gut Schmerwitz, Foto: Susan Gutperl, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V.
  • Teich am Forellenhof Rottstock, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V.
  • Gutspark Dahlen, Foto: ScottyScout
  • Handwerkerhof Görzke, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V.
From Rottstock, the tour leads southwards along a beautiful cycle path on the route of the former railway line to the pottery village of Görzke, where you can visit the craft centre with small museums and a farm shop. There is information on the opening hours of the local small family potteries on site. Over a small hill, the route then continues on the cycle path through shady deciduous forests back to Wiesenburg. Be sure to allow time for a visit to Wiesenburg with its castle and beautiful landscape park.

Length: Starting from Wiesenburg station 43 kilometres

Start/finish: Wiesenburg (Mark) station

Logo/route sign: Cycle routes with destination signposting

Route: Wiesenburg, Schmerwitz, Werbig, Dahlen, Rottstock, Görzke

Sights:
  • Pottery village Görzke: Craft centre, museums, Slavic rampart, potteries, studios
  • Rottstock: fieldstone church, overnight stay at the slube hotel towers
  • Dahlen: Half-timbered church, estate park with valuable tree population
  • Schmerwitz: Estate with farm shop, restaurant and pottery

Trail conditions/surface: Combination of separate cycle paths, country roads with low to moderate traffic country roads and one rather busy main road.

Railway stations:

  • Wiesenburg (Mark)
  • Bad Belzig

Possible combinations:

  • From Rottstock along the former railway line further to Ziesar
  • From Schmerwitz to Bad Belzig on the Fläming Cycle Path and from there return journey by train

Maps/Literature: Faltblatt-Flyer vom Naturpark Hoher Fläming "Tourentipp 5: Ton & Töpfe-Radtour" and “Unterwegs mit dem Rad zu Burgen, Bächen und Bockwindmühlen”
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The Clay and Pots Bicycle Tour takes you on a circular route through the north of Hoher Fläming Nature Park. You can take the RE7 and start the tour from Wiesenburg station. On the way, there are numerous places to stop off for refreshments so you can continue your journey feeling re-invigorated. Schmerwitz Estate, for example, is an excellent place to take a break: here you can buy organic products at the farm shop as well as beautiful pottery. Dahlen Estate with its old trees is well worth a visit. From Dahlen, the route goes downhill for a short distance on a main road that unfortunately does not yet have a separate cycle path. Shortly after crossing Riembach stream, a connecting road with little traffic turns off to the right into the forest and leads to Rottstock.
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  • Gut Schmerwitz, Foto: Susan Gutperl, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V.
  • Teich am Forellenhof Rottstock, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V.
  • Gutspark Dahlen, Foto: ScottyScout
From Rottstock, the tour leads southwards along a beautiful cycle path on the route of the former railway line to the pottery village of Görzke, where you can visit the craft centre with small museums and a farm shop. There is information on the opening hours of the local small family potteries on site. Over a small hill, the route then continues on the cycle path through shady deciduous forests back to Wiesenburg. Be sure to allow time for a visit to Wiesenburg with its castle and beautiful landscape park.

Length: Starting from Wiesenburg station 43 kilometres

Start/finish: Wiesenburg (Mark) station

Logo/route sign: Cycle routes with destination signposting

Route: Wiesenburg, Schmerwitz, Werbig, Dahlen, Rottstock, Görzke

Sights:
  • Pottery village Görzke: Craft centre, museums, Slavic rampart, potteries, studios
  • Rottstock: fieldstone church, overnight stay at the slube hotel towers
  • Dahlen: Half-timbered church, estate park with valuable tree population
  • Schmerwitz: Estate with farm shop, restaurant and pottery

Trail conditions/surface: Combination of separate cycle paths, country roads with low to moderate traffic country roads and one rather busy main road.

Railway stations:

  • Wiesenburg (Mark)
  • Bad Belzig

Possible combinations:

  • From Rottstock along the former railway line further to Ziesar
  • From Schmerwitz to Bad Belzig on the Fläming Cycle Path and from there return journey by train

Maps/Literature: Faltblatt-Flyer vom Naturpark Hoher Fläming "Tourentipp 5: Ton & Töpfe-Radtour" and “Unterwegs mit dem Rad zu Burgen, Bächen und Bockwindmühlen”
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14827 Wiesenburg/Mark

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14547 Beelitz

Tel.: +49 (0) 33204-62870
Fax: +49 (0) 33204-618761

Weather Today, 15. 4.

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  • Tuesday
    4 8
  • Wednesday
    1 10

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