Seenland Lakes Route between Großräschen and Senftenberg

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These dimensions are spectacular. In the next few years, over 20 new lakes will be created between Brandenburg and Saxony - the largest man-made aquatic landscape in Europe. The former surface mines, where lignite shaped the landscape for decades, are now being flooded. A new water and holiday paradise is being created, which you can actively admire from your bike. Although not all lakes have reached their final water level, a wealth of sandy bathing areas, water sports facilities and great holiday camps are already attracting many visitors to the area.
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  • Radlerinnen vor Großräschener See, Foto: Tourismusverband Lausitzer Seenland e.V./Nada Quenzel
  • Radler Viktoriahöhe am Großräschener See, Foto: Tourismusverband Lausitzer Seenland e.V./Nada Quenzel
  • Weinstöcke am Großräschener See, Foto:  TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Stadthafen Senftenberg, Foto: Tourismusverband Lausitzer Seenland e.V./Nada Quenzel
  • Victoriahöhe in Großräschen, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Radfahrer an der Landmarke Rostiger Nagel am Sedlitzer See, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Rainer Weisflog
  • Tagebausee in Sedlitz, Foto: TMB Fotoarchiv/Katrin Hellmann
  • Seebrücke Stadthafen Senftenberg, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Zwischenstopp am See, Foto: Tourismusverband Lausitzer Seenland e.V./Nada Quenzel
On this section of the 191-kilometre long Seenland Lakes Route, cyclists can experience the landscape transformation at first hand. The tour is also ideal for skaters. "iba-aktiv-tours" bicycle rental is available on site. Rented bikes can be transported back for a fee.

Length: 13 kilometres (section of the Seenland Lakes Route) / Duration: 1.5 hours

Start: Großräschen / Finish: Senftenberg

Logo/route sign: blue, rounded square

How to get there:

Train: From Berlin Ostkreuz, take the RB24 (regional train network) (Senftenberg) and get off at Großräschen railway station (about 1.5 hours), hourly service

Car: From Berlin, take the A13 as far as the Spreewald intersection, continue on the A15 as far as the Cottbus West exit. Continue along the Drebkauer Strasse on the B196 to Großräschen (about one hour 45 minutes)
Return journey:

Train: From Großräschen, take the RB24 (regional train network) (Eberswalde) getting off at Berlin Ostkreuz (about one hour 30 minutes), hourly service

Car: From Großräschen, on the B196, Cottbus West exit onto the A15, continue as far as the Spreewald intersection and follow the A13 to Berlin

Route: Großräschen, Sedlitz, Senftenberg

Route description:  The route passes Lake Großräschener See, Lake Sedlitzer See, which after it has been completely flooded will be some of the largest lakes in Brandenburg, as will Lake Senftenberger See. Passing rugged cliffs, small islands and the tunnel for smaller boats connecting Lake Ilse See to Lake Sedlitzer See, the route continues on to Senftenberg. The challenging tunnel structure is about 1,200 meters long and passes under the Senftenberg–Dörrwalde and Senftenberg–Drebkau railway lines as well as the B169 federal highway.

Possible combinations:
  • Prince Pueckler Path
  • Lower Lusatian Mining Tour
  • Tour Brandenburg
  • Schwarze Elster Cycle Path
  • Spree Cycle Path

Trail conditions/surface: This section is largely along an asphalted cycle path or cycle tracks. 
Maps/Literature: “Lausitzer Seenland: Wander- und Radwanderkarte”, 1:50.000, Sachsen Kartographie, Auflage: 8 (30. September 2014), ISBN 978-3-86843-021-9, Euro 5.90
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These dimensions are spectacular. In the next few years, over 20 new lakes will be created between Brandenburg and Saxony - the largest man-made aquatic landscape in Europe. The former surface mines, where lignite shaped the landscape for decades, are now being flooded. A new water and holiday paradise is being created, which you can actively admire from your bike. Although not all lakes have reached their final water level, a wealth of sandy bathing areas, water sports facilities and great holiday camps are already attracting many visitors to the area.
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  • Radlerinnen vor Großräschener See, Foto: Tourismusverband Lausitzer Seenland e.V./Nada Quenzel
  • Radler Viktoriahöhe am Großräschener See, Foto: Tourismusverband Lausitzer Seenland e.V./Nada Quenzel
  • Weinstöcke am Großräschener See, Foto:  TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Stadthafen Senftenberg, Foto: Tourismusverband Lausitzer Seenland e.V./Nada Quenzel
  • Victoriahöhe in Großräschen, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Radfahrer an der Landmarke Rostiger Nagel am Sedlitzer See, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Rainer Weisflog
  • Tagebausee in Sedlitz, Foto: TMB Fotoarchiv/Katrin Hellmann
  • Seebrücke Stadthafen Senftenberg, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
On this section of the 191-kilometre long Seenland Lakes Route, cyclists can experience the landscape transformation at first hand. The tour is also ideal for skaters. "iba-aktiv-tours" bicycle rental is available on site. Rented bikes can be transported back for a fee.

Length: 13 kilometres (section of the Seenland Lakes Route) / Duration: 1.5 hours

Start: Großräschen / Finish: Senftenberg

Logo/route sign: blue, rounded square

How to get there:

Train: From Berlin Ostkreuz, take the RB24 (regional train network) (Senftenberg) and get off at Großräschen railway station (about 1.5 hours), hourly service

Car: From Berlin, take the A13 as far as the Spreewald intersection, continue on the A15 as far as the Cottbus West exit. Continue along the Drebkauer Strasse on the B196 to Großräschen (about one hour 45 minutes)
Return journey:

Train: From Großräschen, take the RB24 (regional train network) (Eberswalde) getting off at Berlin Ostkreuz (about one hour 30 minutes), hourly service

Car: From Großräschen, on the B196, Cottbus West exit onto the A15, continue as far as the Spreewald intersection and follow the A13 to Berlin

Route: Großräschen, Sedlitz, Senftenberg

Route description:  The route passes Lake Großräschener See, Lake Sedlitzer See, which after it has been completely flooded will be some of the largest lakes in Brandenburg, as will Lake Senftenberger See. Passing rugged cliffs, small islands and the tunnel for smaller boats connecting Lake Ilse See to Lake Sedlitzer See, the route continues on to Senftenberg. The challenging tunnel structure is about 1,200 meters long and passes under the Senftenberg–Dörrwalde and Senftenberg–Drebkau railway lines as well as the B169 federal highway.

Possible combinations:
  • Prince Pueckler Path
  • Lower Lusatian Mining Tour
  • Tour Brandenburg
  • Schwarze Elster Cycle Path
  • Spree Cycle Path

Trail conditions/surface: This section is largely along an asphalted cycle path or cycle tracks. 
Maps/Literature: “Lausitzer Seenland: Wander- und Radwanderkarte”, 1:50.000, Sachsen Kartographie, Auflage: 8 (30. September 2014), ISBN 978-3-86843-021-9, Euro 5.90
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Tip!
Kathrin Winkler, Geschäftsführerin Tourismusverband Lausitzer Seenland e.V.

"Wenn das Wetter es zulässt, sollte man im Hafencamp Senftenberger See unbedingt eine Pause einlegen und ein leckeres Eis aus der hauseigenen Manufaktur essen. Mhhh! Das schmeckt!"
Kathrin Winkler, Geschäftsführerin Tourismusverband Lausitzer Seenland e.V.

Tip!
Kathrin Winkler, Geschäftsführerin Tourismusverband Lausitzer Seenland e.V.

"Wenn das Wetter es zulässt, sollte man im Hafencamp Senftenberger See unbedingt eine Pause einlegen und ein leckeres Eis aus der hauseigenen Manufaktur essen. Mhhh! Das schmeckt!"
Kathrin Winkler, Geschäftsführerin Tourismusverband Lausitzer Seenland e.V.

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Tourismusverband Lausitzer Seenland e.V.

Am Stadthafen 2
01968 Senftenberg

Tel.: +49 (0) 3573-725300-0
Fax: +49 (0) 3573-725300-9

Weather Today, 28. 6.

17 27
Light rain in the morning.

  • Wednesday
    16 25
  • Thursday
    17 29

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