Flaeming-Skate S9 from Gölsdorf to Naundorf

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The Flaeming-Skate connection route S9 begins between Dennewitz and Oehna, at route kilometer 65.2. This route, a skate-suitable bike path two meters wide, leads to Naundorf in Saxony-Anhalt and connects there to the supraregional R4 bike path. First, however, you reach Gölsdorf - a typical street village of the Fläming - on the way through the wide fields. Already visible from afar are the half-timbered tower of the church and a windmill. The route continues to Seehausen. From here it is about 1000 meters on the road to the train station in Blönsdorf. Here there are regular connections to Berlin, Wittenberg or Halle by regional train.
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  • Dorfkirche Gölsdorf, Foto: Catharina Weisser, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V.
  • Zu zweit unterwegs auf der Flaeming-Skate, Foto: Jederzej Marzecki, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V.
  • Auf der Flaeming-Skate, Foto: Katja Benke, Lizenz: Kreativnetzwerk FlämingSchmiede/TVF
  • Blick auf Gölsdorf und die Gölsdorfer Mühle, Foto: Diane Lehmann, Lizenz: Förderverein Gölsdorfer Mühle
The section from Seehausen to neighboring Saxony-Anhalt is also well paved and ideal for skating. In Naundorf, however, it's over for the skaters - but not for the bike. The Elbe-Seyda cycle path takes you to the Elbe after just 14 kilometers. If you stop in Naundorf, you should definitely take a look at the Turmholländermühle. Built in 1911 and operated as a motorized mill until 1969, the venerable building has been under reconstruction since 2000. 

Note: The maintenance and care of the trails is one of the constant tasks in the Flaeming Skate region. Thus, there can always be short-term restrictions on sections of individual routes. Please inform yourself about this aspect on the Flaeming-Skate homepage in time before your arrival.

Length: 10 km 
Start / Finish: Start e.g. at the train station Oehna or in Gölsdorf 
Logo / route signs: Signposting S9
Surface: good
Difficulty: easy

Course: Gölsdorf, Seehausen, Naundorf

Train stations:
  • Blönsdorf
  • Oehna

Places of interest:

  • Gölsdorf windmill
  • Museum barn in Seehausen
  • Tower Dutchman's mill in Naundorf

Possible combinations:

  • Flaeming-Sakte RK1 and RK4
  • For cyclists from Naundorf connection to the Elbe-Seyda cycle path and from there to the Berlin-Leipzig cycle path

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The Flaeming-Skate connection route S9 begins between Dennewitz and Oehna, at route kilometer 65.2. This route, a skate-suitable bike path two meters wide, leads to Naundorf in Saxony-Anhalt and connects there to the supraregional R4 bike path. First, however, you reach Gölsdorf - a typical street village of the Fläming - on the way through the wide fields. Already visible from afar are the half-timbered tower of the church and a windmill. The route continues to Seehausen. From here it is about 1000 meters on the road to the train station in Blönsdorf. Here there are regular connections to Berlin, Wittenberg or Halle by regional train.
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  • Dorfkirche Gölsdorf, Foto: Catharina Weisser, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V.
  • Zu zweit unterwegs auf der Flaeming-Skate, Foto: Jederzej Marzecki, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Fläming e.V.
  • Auf der Flaeming-Skate, Foto: Katja Benke, Lizenz: Kreativnetzwerk FlämingSchmiede/TVF
The section from Seehausen to neighboring Saxony-Anhalt is also well paved and ideal for skating. In Naundorf, however, it's over for the skaters - but not for the bike. The Elbe-Seyda cycle path takes you to the Elbe after just 14 kilometers. If you stop in Naundorf, you should definitely take a look at the Turmholländermühle. Built in 1911 and operated as a motorized mill until 1969, the venerable building has been under reconstruction since 2000. 

Note: The maintenance and care of the trails is one of the constant tasks in the Flaeming Skate region. Thus, there can always be short-term restrictions on sections of individual routes. Please inform yourself about this aspect on the Flaeming-Skate homepage in time before your arrival.

Length: 10 km 
Start / Finish: Start e.g. at the train station Oehna or in Gölsdorf 
Logo / route signs: Signposting S9
Surface: good
Difficulty: easy

Course: Gölsdorf, Seehausen, Naundorf

Train stations:
  • Blönsdorf
  • Oehna

Places of interest:

  • Gölsdorf windmill
  • Museum barn in Seehausen
  • Tower Dutchman's mill in Naundorf

Possible combinations:

  • Flaeming-Sakte RK1 and RK4
  • For cyclists from Naundorf connection to the Elbe-Seyda cycle path and from there to the Berlin-Leipzig cycle path

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Weather Today, 18. 8.

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  • Saturday
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