Bicycle Tour around Lake Partwitzer See

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Along the circular trail around Lake Partwitzer See cyclists go past four lakes and can observe the different flooding stations in the Lusatian Lake District. The route also passes three canals where in the future it will be possible to experience boats passing by, starting with the Barbara Canal, which links Lake Partwitzer See with Lake Geierswalder See from Autumn 2019. The entire peninsula of Scado is designated a nature reserve and provides Lake Partwitzer See with the most distinctive silhouette in the Lusatian Lake District.
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  • Radfahrer fahren am Schwimmenden Haus am Partwitzer See vorbei, Foto: Nada Quenzel
  • Radfahren und Skaten am Partwitzer See, Foto: Nada Quenzel
  • Jetski fahren auf dem Partwitzer See, Foto: Nada Quenzel
Length: 21 kilometres

Start/finish (recommended): Elsterheide village district of Klein Partwitz

Circular route via: Klein Partwitz – Geierwalde

Trail conditions: The circular route covers an asphalted lake circuit and is for the most part even.

Warning for skaters: Until 2021 the lake circuit around Lake Partwitzer See will include a short diversion just before the village of Lieske. The lake circuit is therefore no longer completely asphalted. The diversion covers a short segment with rough gravel. The reason for the diversion is building work on the northern bank of Lake Sedlitzer See – the road is required for access.

Points of interest along the route:
  • Floating holiday home on Lake Partwitzer See
  • “Partwitzer Hof” riding school with a restaurant
  • Barbara Canal
  • Rosendorf Canal
  • Canal between Lake Partwitzer See and Lake Neuwieser See


Food & drink: Restaurant at “Partwitzer Hof”; detour to the bathing area in Geierswalde for snack bars and beach bars; snack barn at the “Rostiger Nagel” (“Rusty Nail”) landmark on the Sorno Canal, from the southwestern to the northeastern bank (clockwise) you should plan on self-catering.

Parking: on an access road to the lake in Klein Partwitz, near the riding school and floating house (paid)

Useful information on the bicycle tour:

Bathing areas: unsupervised beach beneath the riding school in Kleinpartwitz, no toilets
  • Viewpoints: above the Barbara Canal, including a view over Lake Partwitzer See, at the “Groß Partwitz” village monument in Klein Partwitz
  • public toilets: none
  • playgrounds: none
  • most of the lake circuit is not shaded
  • the lake circuit includes a kilometre system all the way round and has circular route number 8
  • connecting lake circuits: Lake Geierswalder See (16 kilometres)


Tip: If you’re looking for a little good luck, you should touch the Saint Barbara statue at the Barbara Canal. Saint Barbara is the patron saint of miners.

Maps/Literature:
  • “Lausitzer Seenland: Wander- und Radwanderkarte”, 1:50.000, Sachsen Kartographie, Auflage: 11 (März 2019), ISBN 978-3-86843-021-9, Euro 6.50
  • “Senftenberger See und Umgebung - Grünewalder Lauch: Wander- und Radwanderkarte”, 1:50.000, Sachsen Kartographie, Auflage: 5 (Juni 2019), ISBN 978-3-86843-055-4, Euro 5.50

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Along the circular trail around Lake Partwitzer See cyclists go past four lakes and can observe the different flooding stations in the Lusatian Lake District. The route also passes three canals where in the future it will be possible to experience boats passing by, starting with the Barbara Canal, which links Lake Partwitzer See with Lake Geierswalder See from Autumn 2019. The entire peninsula of Scado is designated a nature reserve and provides Lake Partwitzer See with the most distinctive silhouette in the Lusatian Lake District.
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  • Radfahrer fahren am Schwimmenden Haus am Partwitzer See vorbei, Foto: Nada Quenzel
  • Radfahren und Skaten am Partwitzer See, Foto: Nada Quenzel
  • Jetski fahren auf dem Partwitzer See, Foto: Nada Quenzel
Length: 21 kilometres

Start/finish (recommended): Elsterheide village district of Klein Partwitz

Circular route via: Klein Partwitz – Geierwalde

Trail conditions: The circular route covers an asphalted lake circuit and is for the most part even.

Warning for skaters: Until 2021 the lake circuit around Lake Partwitzer See will include a short diversion just before the village of Lieske. The lake circuit is therefore no longer completely asphalted. The diversion covers a short segment with rough gravel. The reason for the diversion is building work on the northern bank of Lake Sedlitzer See – the road is required for access.

Points of interest along the route:
  • Floating holiday home on Lake Partwitzer See
  • “Partwitzer Hof” riding school with a restaurant
  • Barbara Canal
  • Rosendorf Canal
  • Canal between Lake Partwitzer See and Lake Neuwieser See


Food & drink: Restaurant at “Partwitzer Hof”; detour to the bathing area in Geierswalde for snack bars and beach bars; snack barn at the “Rostiger Nagel” (“Rusty Nail”) landmark on the Sorno Canal, from the southwestern to the northeastern bank (clockwise) you should plan on self-catering.

Parking: on an access road to the lake in Klein Partwitz, near the riding school and floating house (paid)

Useful information on the bicycle tour:

Bathing areas: unsupervised beach beneath the riding school in Kleinpartwitz, no toilets
  • Viewpoints: above the Barbara Canal, including a view over Lake Partwitzer See, at the “Groß Partwitz” village monument in Klein Partwitz
  • public toilets: none
  • playgrounds: none
  • most of the lake circuit is not shaded
  • the lake circuit includes a kilometre system all the way round and has circular route number 8
  • connecting lake circuits: Lake Geierswalder See (16 kilometres)


Tip: If you’re looking for a little good luck, you should touch the Saint Barbara statue at the Barbara Canal. Saint Barbara is the patron saint of miners.

Maps/Literature:
  • “Lausitzer Seenland: Wander- und Radwanderkarte”, 1:50.000, Sachsen Kartographie, Auflage: 11 (März 2019), ISBN 978-3-86843-021-9, Euro 6.50
  • “Senftenberger See und Umgebung - Grünewalder Lauch: Wander- und Radwanderkarte”, 1:50.000, Sachsen Kartographie, Auflage: 5 (Juni 2019), ISBN 978-3-86843-055-4, Euro 5.50

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01968 Senftenberg

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Weather Today, 23. 5.

9 24
Possible light rain overnight.

  • Tuesday
    15 22
  • Wednesday
    12 22

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