Mönchstour cycling tour

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Following in the footsteps of the monks, the tour takes you from the resort of Neuzelle through the beautiful Schlaubetal Valley and Nature Park to the lovely farming town of Müllrose – a well-known state-approved resort today. Cyclists will not only find expansive forests of alder and beech trees, but also numerous old mills. The Ice Age and the Cistercian monks in Neuzelle shaped the region in both agricultural and cultural terms.
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  • Kloster Neuzelle Mönchstour, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Florian Läufer
  • Kloster Neuzelle Mönchstour, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Florian Läufer
  • Kloster Neuzelle Mönchstour, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Florian Läufer
  • Kloster Neuzelle Mönchstour, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Florian Läufer
  • Mönchstour (102 km), Foto: Tourismus-Information Neuzelle
  • Teilabschnitt auf dem Oder-Neiße-Radweg, Foto: Tourismus-Information Neuzelle
  • Am Pegelhäuschen Ratzdorf, Foto: Tourismus-Information Neuzelle
  • Kloster Neuzelle Mönchstour, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Florian Läufer
Numerous mills in the Schlaubetal go back to the effect of the monks. Today only one mill is dtill in operation – the mill of Müllrose. From the resort of Müllrose, the route runs along the towpath of the Friedrich-Wilhelm Canal passing through wide open meadows along the Oder River.

Let the magic of the nature work on you while driving through the wild and romantic Schlaubetal and take a break in small, cosy places.

It then passes through Brieskow-Finkenheerd and continues to Kunitz Loose and Aurith. Eisenhüttenstadt, which is directly on the route, offers a contrast to this idyllic countryside. Fürstenberg, the 750-year-old town district of Eisenhüttenstadt, is on the cycle route and nowadays documents the history of the town as a former shipping centre. The region also offers culinary specialities, such as the “Schlaubetalteller” with meat, vegetables and potatoes – always a perfect reason to visit the town.

Start / finish: Neuzelle

Logo / route sign: white monk on a bicycle

How to get there:
  • Train: Take the RE1 regional express train from Berlin central station to Cottbus, then take the RB11 regional train to Neuzelle (about 2 hours).
  • Car: Take the A10 and A12 motorways and the B112 from Berlin to Neuzelle (about 2 hours).

Route: Neuzelle, Möbiskruge, Kobbeln, Treppeln, Chossewitz, Dammendorf, Mixdorf, Müllrose, Groß Lindow, Brieskow-Finkenherd, Eisenhüttenstadt, Weilmitz, Neuzelle

Possible combinations

  • Oder-Spree-Tour, a tour of the Oder-Spree region
  • Oder-Neiße Cycle Path

Trail conditions / surface: The tour runs along established cycle paths, but also on dirt roads in the Dorchetal and Schlaubetal Valley.

Maps / literature: "Topografische Karte: Naturpark Schlaubetal", 1:50.000, Landesvermessung und Geobasisinformation Brandenburg, Auflage: New edition. 1. Februar 2013, ISBN 3-74904-089-3, Euro 6.90
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Following in the footsteps of the monks, the tour takes you from the resort of Neuzelle through the beautiful Schlaubetal Valley and Nature Park to the lovely farming town of Müllrose – a well-known state-approved resort today. Cyclists will not only find expansive forests of alder and beech trees, but also numerous old mills. The Ice Age and the Cistercian monks in Neuzelle shaped the region in both agricultural and cultural terms.
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  • Kloster Neuzelle Mönchstour, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Florian Läufer
  • Kloster Neuzelle Mönchstour, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Florian Läufer
  • Kloster Neuzelle Mönchstour, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Florian Läufer
  • Kloster Neuzelle Mönchstour, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Florian Läufer
  • Mönchstour (102 km), Foto: Tourismus-Information Neuzelle
  • Teilabschnitt auf dem Oder-Neiße-Radweg, Foto: Tourismus-Information Neuzelle
  • Am Pegelhäuschen Ratzdorf, Foto: Tourismus-Information Neuzelle
Numerous mills in the Schlaubetal go back to the effect of the monks. Today only one mill is dtill in operation – the mill of Müllrose. From the resort of Müllrose, the route runs along the towpath of the Friedrich-Wilhelm Canal passing through wide open meadows along the Oder River.

Let the magic of the nature work on you while driving through the wild and romantic Schlaubetal and take a break in small, cosy places.

It then passes through Brieskow-Finkenheerd and continues to Kunitz Loose and Aurith. Eisenhüttenstadt, which is directly on the route, offers a contrast to this idyllic countryside. Fürstenberg, the 750-year-old town district of Eisenhüttenstadt, is on the cycle route and nowadays documents the history of the town as a former shipping centre. The region also offers culinary specialities, such as the “Schlaubetalteller” with meat, vegetables and potatoes – always a perfect reason to visit the town.

Start / finish: Neuzelle

Logo / route sign: white monk on a bicycle

How to get there:
  • Train: Take the RE1 regional express train from Berlin central station to Cottbus, then take the RB11 regional train to Neuzelle (about 2 hours).
  • Car: Take the A10 and A12 motorways and the B112 from Berlin to Neuzelle (about 2 hours).

Route: Neuzelle, Möbiskruge, Kobbeln, Treppeln, Chossewitz, Dammendorf, Mixdorf, Müllrose, Groß Lindow, Brieskow-Finkenherd, Eisenhüttenstadt, Weilmitz, Neuzelle

Possible combinations

  • Oder-Spree-Tour, a tour of the Oder-Spree region
  • Oder-Neiße Cycle Path

Trail conditions / surface: The tour runs along established cycle paths, but also on dirt roads in the Dorchetal and Schlaubetal Valley.

Maps / literature: "Topografische Karte: Naturpark Schlaubetal", 1:50.000, Landesvermessung und Geobasisinformation Brandenburg, Auflage: New edition. 1. Februar 2013, ISBN 3-74904-089-3, Euro 6.90
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Waldstraße

15898 Neuzelle

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Tel.: +49 (0) 33631-868100
Fax: +49 (0) 33631-868102

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