Löwenberger Land Cycle Path

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The Löwenberger Land Cycle Path runs from Oranienburg (district of Friedrichsthal) to the town of Lindow with its three lakes. Oranienburg is well worth seeing with its palace and district museum, palace park and orangery, not to mention the Sachsenhausen memorial. Liebenberg Castle and Estate, Hoppenrade Castle and Lindow with its monastery ruins and three lakes are perfect spots to enjoy a cycling break. Outside the villages and small towns of Mark Brandenburg, this flat route runs mainly along meadows, forests and small ponds or lakes.
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  • Schloss und Gut Liebenberg, Foto: Schloss und Gut Liebenberg
  • Schloss Hoppenrade, Foto: Schloss Hoppenrade
  • Huwenowsee, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e. V.
  • Kloster Lindow (Mark), Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Löwenberger-Land-Radweg (38 km), Stadtschloss Oranienburg, Foto TMB/Werk 3
Length: 47 kilometres

Start: Oranienburg, finish: Lindow (Mark)

Logo/route sign: “Löwenberger-Land-Radweg”

How to get there:
  • Train: Take the S1 from Berlin Friedrichstrasse to Oranienburg. From here it is about 7 kilometres by bicycle to Friedrichsthal (about 1 hour).
  • Car: From Berlin via the A10 to Oranienburg. From here it is about 7 kilometres by bicycle to Friedrichsthal (about 1 hour).

How to get there:

  • Train: From Lindow (Mark) take the RB54 to Berlin Gesundbrunnen (approximately 1 hour).
  • Car: From Lindow (Mark) take the RB54 to Oranienburg. From here back to Berlin by car (about 1 hour).

Route: Friedrichsthal, Liebenberg, Löwenberg, Großmutz, Glambeck, Seebeck, Lindow (Mark)

Possible combinations

  • Queen Louise Route

Trail conditions/surface: The Löwenberger Land cycle path is asphalted and signposted almost throughout. As a rule, you will be riding on quiet cycle paths or farm tracks.

Maps/Literature: “Radkarte Ruppiner Land”, 1:75.000, Esterbauer Verlag, Auflage: 1. (15. April 2011), ISBN-10: 3850003043, Euro 6.90
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The Löwenberger Land Cycle Path runs from Oranienburg (district of Friedrichsthal) to the town of Lindow with its three lakes. Oranienburg is well worth seeing with its palace and district museum, palace park and orangery, not to mention the Sachsenhausen memorial. Liebenberg Castle and Estate, Hoppenrade Castle and Lindow with its monastery ruins and three lakes are perfect spots to enjoy a cycling break. Outside the villages and small towns of Mark Brandenburg, this flat route runs mainly along meadows, forests and small ponds or lakes.
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  • Schloss und Gut Liebenberg, Foto: Schloss und Gut Liebenberg
  • Schloss Hoppenrade, Foto: Schloss Hoppenrade
  • Huwenowsee, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e. V.
  • Kloster Lindow (Mark), Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
Length: 47 kilometres

Start: Oranienburg, finish: Lindow (Mark)

Logo/route sign: “Löwenberger-Land-Radweg”

How to get there:
  • Train: Take the S1 from Berlin Friedrichstrasse to Oranienburg. From here it is about 7 kilometres by bicycle to Friedrichsthal (about 1 hour).
  • Car: From Berlin via the A10 to Oranienburg. From here it is about 7 kilometres by bicycle to Friedrichsthal (about 1 hour).

How to get there:

  • Train: From Lindow (Mark) take the RB54 to Berlin Gesundbrunnen (approximately 1 hour).
  • Car: From Lindow (Mark) take the RB54 to Oranienburg. From here back to Berlin by car (about 1 hour).

Route: Friedrichsthal, Liebenberg, Löwenberg, Großmutz, Glambeck, Seebeck, Lindow (Mark)

Possible combinations

  • Queen Louise Route

Trail conditions/surface: The Löwenberger Land cycle path is asphalted and signposted almost throughout. As a rule, you will be riding on quiet cycle paths or farm tracks.

Maps/Literature: “Radkarte Ruppiner Land”, 1:75.000, Esterbauer Verlag, Auflage: 1. (15. April 2011), ISBN-10: 3850003043, Euro 6.90
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