FONTANE.RAD Full-day Tour 4 - from Wustrau via Hakenberg

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The full-day tour starts at the bottom end of Lake Ruppiner See in Wustrau – Wustrau-Radensleben railway station is three kilometres away from the starting point – and takes you to the area south of Neuruppin, which was one of the first stops that Fontane took on his “walks”. A bicycle across further meadows and fields.
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  • Hans-Joachim von Zieten Büste in Wustrau, Foto: Steffen Lehmann, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
  • Zietenschloss Wustrau, Foto: Steffen Lehmann, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
  • Dorfkirche Wustrau, Foto: Steffen Lehmann, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
  • Brandenburg Preußen Museum in Wustrau, Foto: Steffen Lehmann, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
  • Alter Bahnhof Ferbellin, Foto: Itta Olaj, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland
  • Siegessäule Hakenberg, Foto: Itta Olaj, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland
  • Blick auf die Linumer Teiche, Foto: ScottyScout, Lizenz: ScottyScout
Wustrau – the first stop on this full-day tour following in the tracks of the German poet and novelist Theodor Fontane – is dedicated to the first chapter of Fontane’s work “Walks through the March of Brandenburg”. The tour initially leads alongside Lake Ruppiner See and then runs on the main FONTANE.RAD Cycle Route for a short time heading towards Potsdam. At Buskow, the tour branches off and passes through Stöffin heading towards Protzen, which Fontane described as a “prosperous village on wetlands and peatlands”. A detour to Walchow leads to the rectory, whose then superintendent Kirchner described Fontane as a person of interest. The tour continues through Fehrbellin and Hakenberg passing impressive, romantic villages and towns and former war sites along the way. The triumphal column in Hakenberg still bears witness to this today. A detour through Linum is a must for all nature lovers: there’s not just a bustle of activity when migratory birds gather in the late summer in the “stork village”. The village used to be on a much-used pilgrimage route from Berlin to Bad Wilsnack. The tour returns to Wustrau.

Length: 52 kilometres (three to four hours)

Start/finish: Wustrau-Radensleben

Logo / route sign: FONTANE.RAD on a dark blue and white background

How to get there: Take the RE6 (Wittenberge) regional express train from Berlin-Spandau or Berlin Gesundbrunnen to Wustrau-Radensleben (about 1 hour 15 minutes).

Return journey: Take the RE 6 (Berlin Gesundbrunnen) regional express train from Wustrau-Radensleben to Berlin-Spandau or Berlin Gesundbrunnen and take the S-Bahn (rapid transit train) from there to Berlin central station (about 1 hour 15 minutes).

Route: Wustrau, Protzen, Walchow, Fehrbellin, Hakenberg, Linum (detour), Wustrau

Points of interest/background information:
  • Lake Ruppiner See
  • Gutspark Protzen estate park
  • Walchow rectory
  • Kurfürstenpark Fehrbellin park
  • Triumphal column in Hakenberg
  • Linum with the Storchenschmiede nature conservation centre

Possible combinations:

  • Main FONTANE.RAD Cycle Route between Oranienburg and Potsdam
  • FONTANE.RAD Full-day Tour 3 from Neuruppin via Karwe

Trail conditions/surface: 84% asphalted – 16% non-asphalted

Maps/Literature:


You will find full details of the cycle route on the website FONTANE.RAD.
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The full-day tour starts at the bottom end of Lake Ruppiner See in Wustrau – Wustrau-Radensleben railway station is three kilometres away from the starting point – and takes you to the area south of Neuruppin, which was one of the first stops that Fontane took on his “walks”. A bicycle across further meadows and fields.
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  • Hans-Joachim von Zieten Büste in Wustrau, Foto: Steffen Lehmann, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
  • Zietenschloss Wustrau, Foto: Steffen Lehmann, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
  • Dorfkirche Wustrau, Foto: Steffen Lehmann, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
  • Brandenburg Preußen Museum in Wustrau, Foto: Steffen Lehmann, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
  • Alter Bahnhof Ferbellin, Foto: Itta Olaj, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland
  • Siegessäule Hakenberg, Foto: Itta Olaj, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland
Wustrau – the first stop on this full-day tour following in the tracks of the German poet and novelist Theodor Fontane – is dedicated to the first chapter of Fontane’s work “Walks through the March of Brandenburg”. The tour initially leads alongside Lake Ruppiner See and then runs on the main FONTANE.RAD Cycle Route for a short time heading towards Potsdam. At Buskow, the tour branches off and passes through Stöffin heading towards Protzen, which Fontane described as a “prosperous village on wetlands and peatlands”. A detour to Walchow leads to the rectory, whose then superintendent Kirchner described Fontane as a person of interest. The tour continues through Fehrbellin and Hakenberg passing impressive, romantic villages and towns and former war sites along the way. The triumphal column in Hakenberg still bears witness to this today. A detour through Linum is a must for all nature lovers: there’s not just a bustle of activity when migratory birds gather in the late summer in the “stork village”. The village used to be on a much-used pilgrimage route from Berlin to Bad Wilsnack. The tour returns to Wustrau.

Length: 52 kilometres (three to four hours)

Start/finish: Wustrau-Radensleben

Logo / route sign: FONTANE.RAD on a dark blue and white background

How to get there: Take the RE6 (Wittenberge) regional express train from Berlin-Spandau or Berlin Gesundbrunnen to Wustrau-Radensleben (about 1 hour 15 minutes).

Return journey: Take the RE 6 (Berlin Gesundbrunnen) regional express train from Wustrau-Radensleben to Berlin-Spandau or Berlin Gesundbrunnen and take the S-Bahn (rapid transit train) from there to Berlin central station (about 1 hour 15 minutes).

Route: Wustrau, Protzen, Walchow, Fehrbellin, Hakenberg, Linum (detour), Wustrau

Points of interest/background information:
  • Lake Ruppiner See
  • Gutspark Protzen estate park
  • Walchow rectory
  • Kurfürstenpark Fehrbellin park
  • Triumphal column in Hakenberg
  • Linum with the Storchenschmiede nature conservation centre

Possible combinations:

  • Main FONTANE.RAD Cycle Route between Oranienburg and Potsdam
  • FONTANE.RAD Full-day Tour 3 from Neuruppin via Karwe

Trail conditions/surface: 84% asphalted – 16% non-asphalted

Maps/Literature:


You will find full details of the cycle route on the website FONTANE.RAD.
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