Auf die Rauener Berge zum Markgrafenstein

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The tour runs from Petersdorf across the Rauen mountains with their deep forests. Here you can find the largest boulders in Brandenburg. In addition to other natural beauties, such as the Markgrafensteinen and the Paulsbornquelle, this route also offers a wonderful view from the Rauener Berge observation tower of the Scharmützelsee and the extensive landscape.
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  • Scharmützelsee, Foto: Steffen Lehmann, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
  • Markgrafenstein, Foto: Steffen Lehmann, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
  • Rauener Berge, Foto: Steffen Lehmann, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
length: 13.5 km (3-4 h)
start / finish: Petersdorf

arrival / departure
  • Public transport: From Berlin Central Station take the RE1 towards Frankfurt (Oder) / Eisenhüttenstadt / Cottbus to Fürstenwalde (Spree). Continue with bus line 430/431 in the direction of Wendisch Rietz / Bad Saarow (HELIOS) to the Petersdorf Dorfanger stop.
  • Car: From Berlin take the A113 and the A10 southeast. From the Spreeau triangle, continue on the A12 in the direction of Frankfurt (Oder) / Warsaw (Warszawa) to the Fürstenwalde - West junction. Take the L35 to Petersdorf.

directions

The hike starts west of Petersdorf and leads in a circular route first to the Rauer Berge, where the observation tower, the Margrave Stones and the Stone Tables are located. Further on you reach the Paulsbornquelle and the outskirts of Bad Saarow, where the Scharmützelsee invites you to linger. This hiking route is well suited for hiking with dogs as the forested areas along the route are pleasantly quiet. The section of the route that runs on a road also has very little traffic.

Possible combinations:

  • Trail of the Stones, 10th stage “66 Lakes Hiking Trail”,

Things worth seeing and knowing:

  • Markgrafensteine,
  • Marienhöhe farm community

Maps:

  • “KOMPASS hiking map Southern Märkisches Oderland: hiking map with short guide and cycle paths”, 1:50,000, publisher: KOMPASS-Wanderkarten, Volume 746 (December 1, 2011), ISBN-13: 978-3850265096, 9.95 euros

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The tour runs from Petersdorf across the Rauen mountains with their deep forests. Here you can find the largest boulders in Brandenburg. In addition to other natural beauties, such as the Markgrafensteinen and the Paulsbornquelle, this route also offers a wonderful view from the Rauener Berge observation tower of the Scharmützelsee and the extensive landscape.
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  • Scharmützelsee, Foto: Steffen Lehmann, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
  • Markgrafenstein, Foto: Steffen Lehmann, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
  • Rauener Berge, Foto: Steffen Lehmann, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
length: 13.5 km (3-4 h)
start / finish: Petersdorf

arrival / departure
  • Public transport: From Berlin Central Station take the RE1 towards Frankfurt (Oder) / Eisenhüttenstadt / Cottbus to Fürstenwalde (Spree). Continue with bus line 430/431 in the direction of Wendisch Rietz / Bad Saarow (HELIOS) to the Petersdorf Dorfanger stop.
  • Car: From Berlin take the A113 and the A10 southeast. From the Spreeau triangle, continue on the A12 in the direction of Frankfurt (Oder) / Warsaw (Warszawa) to the Fürstenwalde - West junction. Take the L35 to Petersdorf.

directions

The hike starts west of Petersdorf and leads in a circular route first to the Rauer Berge, where the observation tower, the Margrave Stones and the Stone Tables are located. Further on you reach the Paulsbornquelle and the outskirts of Bad Saarow, where the Scharmützelsee invites you to linger. This hiking route is well suited for hiking with dogs as the forested areas along the route are pleasantly quiet. The section of the route that runs on a road also has very little traffic.

Possible combinations:

  • Trail of the Stones, 10th stage “66 Lakes Hiking Trail”,

Things worth seeing and knowing:

  • Markgrafensteine,
  • Marienhöhe farm community

Maps:

  • “KOMPASS hiking map Southern Märkisches Oderland: hiking map with short guide and cycle paths”, 1:50,000, publisher: KOMPASS-Wanderkarten, Volume 746 (December 1, 2011), ISBN-13: 978-3850265096, 9.95 euros

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Alte Dorfstraße 23

15526 Bad Saarow

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15526 Bad Saarow

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

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