Canoe Tour from Beeskow to Fürstenwalde

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Length: 40 km
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You can admire the most beautiful side of the conservation area along the river Spree right from the start. Start your day by enjoying the unspoilt river banks, lush meadows and dense reed belts with their animal life. At the very start of your big Märkisches Land Cruise, you will encounter the longest two-day stage that is around 40 kilometres long and on which you may face some headwind.
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  • Umleitung um Neubrück, Quelle: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Spree, Foto: Müller
  • Schwäne auf der Spree, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Florian Läufer
  • Graureiher, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Florian Läufer
  • Flusslandschaft Spree, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Florian Läufer
Two locks and a boat hoist will make for your first adventures along the route. Your starting point is the Spreepark in Beeskow. From here you will follow the course of the river Drahendorfer Spree into the Spree, where you will see an old forester’s house on the opposite shore. To make sure that your first day is not too exhausting, we recommend camping at Lake Wergensee in Neubrück. On the second day, you will get to operate your first lock: the self-service lock in Neubrück. Straightforward instruction signs will help you to make it through the lock without any problems.

You will encounter the next lock in Fürstenwalde, where you can take your canoe on land for the day.

Length/duration: 40 kilometres (2 to 3 days)

Start: Beeskow

Finish: Fürstenwalde / Spree

How to get there:
  • Public transport: Take the RE1 (Frankfurt/Oder) to Fürstenwalde/Spree from Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof). From here take bus no. 403 to Beeskow (about 1.5 hours).
  • Car: From Berlin, take the motorways A113, A10, A12 and the country road B168 to Beeskow (about 1.5 hours)

Return journey:

  • Public transport: From Fürstenwalde/Spree, take the RE1 (Magdeburg) to Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) (about 45 minutes)
  • Car: From Fürstenwalde/Spree, take bus no. 403 to Beeskow to return to your car (about 45 minutes)

Route: Beeskow, Spree, Lake Oegelsee, Spree, Fürstenwalder Spree, Fürstenwalde

Stops on the shore:

  • Fürstenberg: Cathedral, adventure pool
  • Rauener Berge: Markgrafensteine, observation tower

Nautical information: Easy, family-friendly

Please note: Water tourers can no longer go through the lock in Neubrück (planning provides for a portage point to be set up, but there are no specific dates yet). The dilapidated weir will be replaced with a new structure with a lock by the end of November 2018.

Water tourers can bypass the lock by travelling over Lake Wergensee, feeder canal Neuhaus (Neuhaus lock) towards Kersdorf lock. The bypass is marked on the map (image gallery).

Maps/Literature:

  • DKV-Gewässerführer für Ostdeutschland: Kanuführer für Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Brandenburg, Berlin, Sachsen-Anhalt, Thüringen und Sachsen (DKV-Regionalführer), Deutscher Kanu-Verband; Auflage: 4 (1. April 2011), ISBN-13: 978-3937743288, Euro 19.95
  • TourenAtlas Wasserwandern / TA5 Berlin-Brandenburg mit Spreewald: Oder, Havel, Spree + Nebengewässer", 1:75.000 & 1:25.000, Verlag: Jübermann, Auflage: 5 (5. Juli 2013), ISBN-13: 978-3929540666, Euro 25

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You can admire the most beautiful side of the conservation area along the river Spree right from the start. Start your day by enjoying the unspoilt river banks, lush meadows and dense reed belts with their animal life. At the very start of your big Märkisches Land Cruise, you will encounter the longest two-day stage that is around 40 kilometres long and on which you may face some headwind.
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  • Umleitung um Neubrück, Quelle: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Spree, Foto: Müller
  • Schwäne auf der Spree, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Florian Läufer
  • Graureiher, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Florian Läufer
Two locks and a boat hoist will make for your first adventures along the route. Your starting point is the Spreepark in Beeskow. From here you will follow the course of the river Drahendorfer Spree into the Spree, where you will see an old forester’s house on the opposite shore. To make sure that your first day is not too exhausting, we recommend camping at Lake Wergensee in Neubrück. On the second day, you will get to operate your first lock: the self-service lock in Neubrück. Straightforward instruction signs will help you to make it through the lock without any problems.

You will encounter the next lock in Fürstenwalde, where you can take your canoe on land for the day.

Length/duration: 40 kilometres (2 to 3 days)

Start: Beeskow

Finish: Fürstenwalde / Spree

How to get there:
  • Public transport: Take the RE1 (Frankfurt/Oder) to Fürstenwalde/Spree from Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof). From here take bus no. 403 to Beeskow (about 1.5 hours).
  • Car: From Berlin, take the motorways A113, A10, A12 and the country road B168 to Beeskow (about 1.5 hours)

Return journey:

  • Public transport: From Fürstenwalde/Spree, take the RE1 (Magdeburg) to Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) (about 45 minutes)
  • Car: From Fürstenwalde/Spree, take bus no. 403 to Beeskow to return to your car (about 45 minutes)

Route: Beeskow, Spree, Lake Oegelsee, Spree, Fürstenwalder Spree, Fürstenwalde

Stops on the shore:

  • Fürstenberg: Cathedral, adventure pool
  • Rauener Berge: Markgrafensteine, observation tower

Nautical information: Easy, family-friendly

Please note: Water tourers can no longer go through the lock in Neubrück (planning provides for a portage point to be set up, but there are no specific dates yet). The dilapidated weir will be replaced with a new structure with a lock by the end of November 2018.

Water tourers can bypass the lock by travelling over Lake Wergensee, feeder canal Neuhaus (Neuhaus lock) towards Kersdorf lock. The bypass is marked on the map (image gallery).

Maps/Literature:

  • DKV-Gewässerführer für Ostdeutschland: Kanuführer für Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Brandenburg, Berlin, Sachsen-Anhalt, Thüringen und Sachsen (DKV-Regionalführer), Deutscher Kanu-Verband; Auflage: 4 (1. April 2011), ISBN-13: 978-3937743288, Euro 19.95
  • TourenAtlas Wasserwandern / TA5 Berlin-Brandenburg mit Spreewald: Oder, Havel, Spree + Nebengewässer", 1:75.000 & 1:25.000, Verlag: Jübermann, Auflage: 5 (5. Juli 2013), ISBN-13: 978-3929540666, Euro 25

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