Hiking trail „Abenteuer mit Stobbi“

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This 3 km long route was tailored to the needs of people with cognitive impairments and was equipped with signage, information points and flyers.
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  • Swiss House Visitor Center, Foto: Annett Kiesner
  • Exhibition “Expedition to Märkische Schweiz”, Foto: Archiv Naturpark Märkische Schweiz
  • Exhibition “Expedition to Märkische Schweiz”, Foto: Archiv Naturpark Märkische Schweiz
  • Hiking trail "Abenteuer mit Stobbi", Foto:  Archiv Naturpark Märkische Schweiz
Start / finish

Visitor Center" Schweizer Haus" (Swiss House)

Length / Duration

3 km / approx. 1 hour

Description

The “Adventure with Stobbi” hiking trail is accessible and invites you to discover and participate. There are 9 stations where you can see, hear and touch. It is particularly suitable for children and people with mild disabilities.

The 3 km hiking trail leads through the beautiful Stobbertal valley along the Töpfergraben to the small Tornowsee lake, which looks enchanted and fairytale-like with its marshy foothills. The trail continues past the Wolfsschlucht gorge, which climbs steeply up the mountain, but is worth a detour off the trail. Here you can get a stamp for the “Adventure with Stobbi” flyer. The trail then leads through the beech-lined forest to the quiet Giebelpfuhl and down the hill back to the starting point. Don't forget the second stamp along the way! At the Malzmühlenbrücke bridge, you can top it all off by treading water in the clear Stobber and refreshing your tired feet. The stations along the way offer the opportunity to get to know the trees, river and lakes better and to discover the sounds and animals of the forest.

9 stations:

  1. Oak and beech
  2. Stobber
  3. Dead wood in the forest
  4. hornbeam
  5. Pottery ditch
  6. Small Tornowsee
  7. Wolfsschlucht
  8. A new lake
  9. Beaver foot


Maps / Literature:

  • Brochure “Adventures with Stobbi”

The flyer with a detailed description of the stations and space for stamps is available at the tourist information office in Buckow and at the Schweizer Haus Nature Park Visitor Center as well as digitally here:

https://www.maerkische-schweiz-naturpark.de/fileadmin/user_upload/PDF/Maerkische-Schweiz/Routen_Treffpunkte/2023_flyer_AbenteuerStobbi_1.2MB.pdf
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This 3 km long route was tailored to the needs of people with cognitive impairments and was equipped with signage, information points and flyers.
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  • Swiss House Visitor Center, Foto: Annett Kiesner
  • Exhibition “Expedition to Märkische Schweiz”, Foto: Archiv Naturpark Märkische Schweiz
  • Exhibition “Expedition to Märkische Schweiz”, Foto: Archiv Naturpark Märkische Schweiz
Start / finish

Visitor Center" Schweizer Haus" (Swiss House)

Length / Duration

3 km / approx. 1 hour

Description

The “Adventure with Stobbi” hiking trail is accessible and invites you to discover and participate. There are 9 stations where you can see, hear and touch. It is particularly suitable for children and people with mild disabilities.

The 3 km hiking trail leads through the beautiful Stobbertal valley along the Töpfergraben to the small Tornowsee lake, which looks enchanted and fairytale-like with its marshy foothills. The trail continues past the Wolfsschlucht gorge, which climbs steeply up the mountain, but is worth a detour off the trail. Here you can get a stamp for the “Adventure with Stobbi” flyer. The trail then leads through the beech-lined forest to the quiet Giebelpfuhl and down the hill back to the starting point. Don't forget the second stamp along the way! At the Malzmühlenbrücke bridge, you can top it all off by treading water in the clear Stobber and refreshing your tired feet. The stations along the way offer the opportunity to get to know the trees, river and lakes better and to discover the sounds and animals of the forest.

9 stations:

  1. Oak and beech
  2. Stobber
  3. Dead wood in the forest
  4. hornbeam
  5. Pottery ditch
  6. Small Tornowsee
  7. Wolfsschlucht
  8. A new lake
  9. Beaver foot


Maps / Literature:

  • Brochure “Adventures with Stobbi”

The flyer with a detailed description of the stations and space for stamps is available at the tourist information office in Buckow and at the Schweizer Haus Nature Park Visitor Center as well as digitally here:

https://www.maerkische-schweiz-naturpark.de/fileadmin/user_upload/PDF/Maerkische-Schweiz/Routen_Treffpunkte/2023_flyer_AbenteuerStobbi_1.2MB.pdf
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