NaturaTrail "Durch die Schluchten und Kehlen der Märkischen Schweiz"

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The nature path leads via the Poetensteig pathway through the forests of the Pritzhagen mountains, past the “Teufelsstein” and “Großer Stein” boulders to the Dachsberg. The hike then passes through the Wolfsschlucht Gorge, to the Pritzhagen Mill into the idyllic Stobbertal Valley to the Julianenhof Bat Museum. The Natura Trails launched by Naturefriends are cycle routes and hiking trails that open up the region’s many natural treasures to visitors so that they can experience them fully. Themed information panels draw attention to special features. In order to minimise the burden on the habitats of the flora and fauna, the Natura Trails follow paths that have already been identified.
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  • Im Stobbertal in der Märkischen Schweiz, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Im Stobbertal in der Märkischen Schweiz, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Wanderrast am Kleinen Tornowsee, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Im Stobbertal in der Märkischen Schweiz, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Leberblümchen im Frühling im Naturpark Märkische Schweiz, Foto: Dr. Erich Lorenzen
  • Frühling im Naturpark Märkische Schweiz, Foto: Dr. Erich Lorenzen
  • Weisse Anemone im Naturpark Märkische Schweiz, Foto: Dr. Erich Lorenzen
  • Am Echostein in der Märkischen Schweiz, Foto: Florian Läufer
Route description

1st section, around 5 kilometres

Buckow primary school (Märkische Schweiz) - Poetensteig pathway towards Krugberg – at the Moritzgrund information sign, turn right via Jenashöhe to the Dachsberg (protective canopy) – continue through the Silberkehle Gorge to Großer Tornowsee lake – Pritzhagen Mill

2nd section, around 6 kilometres

From Pritzhagen Mill through the Stobbertal Valley towards Eichendorf Mill – at the Fledermaus-Museum (Bat Museum) information sign, go through Junker Hansens Gorge to Julianenhof to the International Bat Museum across the dirt track back into the Stobbertal Valley

3rd section, around 6 kilometres

In the Stobbertal Valley, walk partly along the E11 westwards, towards Buckow (Märkische Schweiz) to the Güntherquelle spring.

You will see an overview map here. Then go north towards Krugberg. At the Giebelpfuhl pond, turn off left, where you will come back to the Buckow school parking area.

Length: 15 kilometres (around 5 hours)

Start/finish: Buckow primary school

Marking: NaturaTrails Naturfreunde

How to get there/return journey:
  • Car: A10 eastern Berliner Ring, Hellersdorf exit, B1/5 to Müncheberg, B168
  • Public transport: Müncheberg station, from here, bus connection to Buckow or, from May to October at weekends, take the Buckow Museum Railway

Sights & food and drink:

  • Julianenhof Bat Museum
  • Echostein
  • Railway Museum and Buckow Light Railway
  • "Zum Alten Warmbad” gallery
  • Café in the "Buckower Köstlichkeiten” health food shop

Maps/Literature:

  • Rad- Wander- & Gewässerkarte Naturpark Märkische Schweiz, 1:35,000, Verlag Grünes Herz, ISBN 978-3-929-99391-2, Euro 4.10

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The nature path leads via the Poetensteig pathway through the forests of the Pritzhagen mountains, past the “Teufelsstein” and “Großer Stein” boulders to the Dachsberg. The hike then passes through the Wolfsschlucht Gorge, to the Pritzhagen Mill into the idyllic Stobbertal Valley to the Julianenhof Bat Museum. The Natura Trails launched by Naturefriends are cycle routes and hiking trails that open up the region’s many natural treasures to visitors so that they can experience them fully. Themed information panels draw attention to special features. In order to minimise the burden on the habitats of the flora and fauna, the Natura Trails follow paths that have already been identified.
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  • Im Stobbertal in der Märkischen Schweiz, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Im Stobbertal in der Märkischen Schweiz, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Wanderrast am Kleinen Tornowsee, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Im Stobbertal in der Märkischen Schweiz, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Leberblümchen im Frühling im Naturpark Märkische Schweiz, Foto: Dr. Erich Lorenzen
  • Frühling im Naturpark Märkische Schweiz, Foto: Dr. Erich Lorenzen
  • Weisse Anemone im Naturpark Märkische Schweiz, Foto: Dr. Erich Lorenzen
Route description

1st section, around 5 kilometres

Buckow primary school (Märkische Schweiz) - Poetensteig pathway towards Krugberg – at the Moritzgrund information sign, turn right via Jenashöhe to the Dachsberg (protective canopy) – continue through the Silberkehle Gorge to Großer Tornowsee lake – Pritzhagen Mill

2nd section, around 6 kilometres

From Pritzhagen Mill through the Stobbertal Valley towards Eichendorf Mill – at the Fledermaus-Museum (Bat Museum) information sign, go through Junker Hansens Gorge to Julianenhof to the International Bat Museum across the dirt track back into the Stobbertal Valley

3rd section, around 6 kilometres

In the Stobbertal Valley, walk partly along the E11 westwards, towards Buckow (Märkische Schweiz) to the Güntherquelle spring.

You will see an overview map here. Then go north towards Krugberg. At the Giebelpfuhl pond, turn off left, where you will come back to the Buckow school parking area.

Length: 15 kilometres (around 5 hours)

Start/finish: Buckow primary school

Marking: NaturaTrails Naturfreunde

How to get there/return journey:
  • Car: A10 eastern Berliner Ring, Hellersdorf exit, B1/5 to Müncheberg, B168
  • Public transport: Müncheberg station, from here, bus connection to Buckow or, from May to October at weekends, take the Buckow Museum Railway

Sights & food and drink:

  • Julianenhof Bat Museum
  • Echostein
  • Railway Museum and Buckow Light Railway
  • "Zum Alten Warmbad” gallery
  • Café in the "Buckower Köstlichkeiten” health food shop

Maps/Literature:

  • Rad- Wander- & Gewässerkarte Naturpark Märkische Schweiz, 1:35,000, Verlag Grünes Herz, ISBN 978-3-929-99391-2, Euro 4.10

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Weinbergsweg 17

15377 Buckow (Märkische Schweiz)

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Fax: +49 (0) 33631-868102

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