Fläming cycling path - Bad Belzig to Walternienburg

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The “Flämingradweg” (Fläming Cycle Path) serves as the connection from the R1 long-distance cycle route in Bad Belzig through the west section of the Fläming/Saxony-Anhalt Nature Park to the Elberadweg (Elbe Cycle Path). In Garitz, the path divides and cyclist are spoilt for choice: continue on in the direction of Zerbst/Anhalt to Walternienburg or to Dessau-Roßlau, where the Bauhaus movement was born. Anyone who chooses the route from Garitz to Walternienburg will be rewarded with a journey into central German and European history in Zerbst/Anhalt. The Fläming Cycle Path runs almost entirely along existing roads and country laneways. 
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  • Historische Altstadt Zerbst/Anhalt, Foto: J. Marzecki
  • Schloss Wiesenburg mit dem Schlosspark, Foto: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V.
  • Ausblick vom Hagelberg, Foto: J. Marzecki
  • Burg Eisenhardt in Bad Belzig, Foto: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V.
  • Wasserburg Walternienburg, Foto: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V.
Length

Walternienburg - Bad Belzig 69 kilometres

Duration

pure cycling time 4.5 hours, including breaks and visits 9 hours

Start/Finish

You can start out from Zerbst/Anhalt or Bad Belzig

Logo/Route sign

"FR Flämingradweg" in green on a brown background

How to get there

Take the RE7 from Berlin Mitte to Bad Belzig; from/to Zerbst/Anhalt by regional train from Magdeburg or Leipzig

Course/Sights
Bad Belzig - Garitz stage (41 kilometres): Coming from the R1, you can turn off onto the Fläming Cycle Path in Bad Belzig or Bergholz. The route travels via Borne or Hagelberg to Klein Glien and then continues on via Schmerwitz and Schlamau in the direction of Wiesenburg. Wiesenburg Castle and the romantic cobblestone church is just one example of many castles and palaces in Fläming. The route continues along the road to Medewitzerhütten and then on to Medewitz. Nature lovers can stop off here in the Flämingbuchen nature reserve or look for boulders - just the right thing for enthusiastic hikers. After crossing the federal state border, you turn right along the calibration road for the State of Saxony-Anhalt. Bicycles are permitted here. Geodetic measuring instruments are tested and calibrated along the 1,850 metre stretch because the integrated electronics become inaccurate due to ageing and normal wear and tear. After about two kilometres, you turn right in the direction of Reuden. Reuden is particularly well known to motor sport fans and also has restaurants, overnight accommodation and an agricultural museum.

Garitz - Walternienburg stage (26 kilometres): In Garitz, instead of heading for Dessau you have the option of turning west in the direction of Walternienburg. From here you continue on through the countryside of the Nuthetal valley in Bornum. In the historic town centre of Zerbst, it is worth taking some time to follow in the footsteps of Catherine the Great, the town’s most famous daughter, or paying a visit to the most important sites of the Reformation (including four stops along the Lutherweg (Luther trail).  The agricultural landscape around Zerbst takes you to the end of the Fläming Cycle Path in Walternienburg. In Walternienburg, the Fläming Cycle Path meets the Elbe cycle path opposite the moated castle.

Possible combinations

There is a connection to the R1 long-distance cycle route in Bad Belzig. Connection to the Elberadweg (Elbe Cycle Path) in Walternienburg and Dessau-Roßlau.
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The “Flämingradweg” (Fläming Cycle Path) serves as the connection from the R1 long-distance cycle route in Bad Belzig through the west section of the Fläming/Saxony-Anhalt Nature Park to the Elberadweg (Elbe Cycle Path). In Garitz, the path divides and cyclist are spoilt for choice: continue on in the direction of Zerbst/Anhalt to Walternienburg or to Dessau-Roßlau, where the Bauhaus movement was born. Anyone who chooses the route from Garitz to Walternienburg will be rewarded with a journey into central German and European history in Zerbst/Anhalt. The Fläming Cycle Path runs almost entirely along existing roads and country laneways. 
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  • Historische Altstadt Zerbst/Anhalt, Foto: J. Marzecki
  • Schloss Wiesenburg mit dem Schlosspark, Foto: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V.
  • Ausblick vom Hagelberg, Foto: J. Marzecki
  • Burg Eisenhardt in Bad Belzig, Foto: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V.
Length

Walternienburg - Bad Belzig 69 kilometres

Duration

pure cycling time 4.5 hours, including breaks and visits 9 hours

Start/Finish

You can start out from Zerbst/Anhalt or Bad Belzig

Logo/Route sign

"FR Flämingradweg" in green on a brown background

How to get there

Take the RE7 from Berlin Mitte to Bad Belzig; from/to Zerbst/Anhalt by regional train from Magdeburg or Leipzig

Course/Sights
Bad Belzig - Garitz stage (41 kilometres): Coming from the R1, you can turn off onto the Fläming Cycle Path in Bad Belzig or Bergholz. The route travels via Borne or Hagelberg to Klein Glien and then continues on via Schmerwitz and Schlamau in the direction of Wiesenburg. Wiesenburg Castle and the romantic cobblestone church is just one example of many castles and palaces in Fläming. The route continues along the road to Medewitzerhütten and then on to Medewitz. Nature lovers can stop off here in the Flämingbuchen nature reserve or look for boulders - just the right thing for enthusiastic hikers. After crossing the federal state border, you turn right along the calibration road for the State of Saxony-Anhalt. Bicycles are permitted here. Geodetic measuring instruments are tested and calibrated along the 1,850 metre stretch because the integrated electronics become inaccurate due to ageing and normal wear and tear. After about two kilometres, you turn right in the direction of Reuden. Reuden is particularly well known to motor sport fans and also has restaurants, overnight accommodation and an agricultural museum.

Garitz - Walternienburg stage (26 kilometres): In Garitz, instead of heading for Dessau you have the option of turning west in the direction of Walternienburg. From here you continue on through the countryside of the Nuthetal valley in Bornum. In the historic town centre of Zerbst, it is worth taking some time to follow in the footsteps of Catherine the Great, the town’s most famous daughter, or paying a visit to the most important sites of the Reformation (including four stops along the Lutherweg (Luther trail).  The agricultural landscape around Zerbst takes you to the end of the Fläming Cycle Path in Walternienburg. In Walternienburg, the Fläming Cycle Path meets the Elbe cycle path opposite the moated castle.

Possible combinations

There is a connection to the R1 long-distance cycle route in Bad Belzig. Connection to the Elberadweg (Elbe Cycle Path) in Walternienburg and Dessau-Roßlau.
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Wiesenburger Straße 6

14806 Bad Belzig

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