Nature and adventure trail: Grass Snake Path

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How do amphibians see the world and where do they really feel at home? The Grass Snake Path takes hikers through the grasslands near Goyatz. A vivid description is provided of the endangered habitats of reptiles, amphibians and insects. And on a trunk shaped like a grass snake, young and old alike can find out what it feels like to balance like an amphibian on branches in the undergrowth. Panels, signs and other exhibits are be found along this two-kilometre circular trail, which is particularly suitable for families with young children and senior citizens.
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  • Schwemmlandschaft, ob hier wohl die Nattern leben?, Foto: TEG
  • Exponate am Wegesrand, Foto: TEG
  • Interessante Pflanzenformationen, Foto: TEG
This nature trail is one of a total of six circular paths that follow the Ludwig Leichhardt Trail in loops. All of them together form the Ludwig Leichhardt Nature Trail, covering a total length of some 32 kilometres. This makes it one of the longest nature trails in Germany. Each path is dedicated to a selected aspect of the impressive and varied natural landscapes between Goyatz and Butzen.

Length: 2 kilometres

Start/finish: Spreewald station/Goyatz tourist information centre

Marking: snake symbol

Directions: Bus (lines 508, 509, 510), car and bicycle

Route description/points of interest/background information: The path starts and ends at the former Spreewald railway station in Goyatz and leads through the forest and meadows south of Goyatz. The museum in the railway carriage in Goyatz is also worth seeing, while the passenger boat ride on Lake Schwielochsee offers an additional experience of the natural setting.

Possible combinations:
  • Lake Schwielochsee Tour (bicycle tour)
  • Canoe/paddle tour of the Spreewald
  • Five other hikes on the Ludwig Leichhardt Nature Trail

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How do amphibians see the world and where do they really feel at home? The Grass Snake Path takes hikers through the grasslands near Goyatz. A vivid description is provided of the endangered habitats of reptiles, amphibians and insects. And on a trunk shaped like a grass snake, young and old alike can find out what it feels like to balance like an amphibian on branches in the undergrowth. Panels, signs and other exhibits are be found along this two-kilometre circular trail, which is particularly suitable for families with young children and senior citizens.
Continue readingcollapse
  • Schwemmlandschaft, ob hier wohl die Nattern leben?, Foto: TEG
  • Exponate am Wegesrand, Foto: TEG
  • Interessante Pflanzenformationen, Foto: TEG
This nature trail is one of a total of six circular paths that follow the Ludwig Leichhardt Trail in loops. All of them together form the Ludwig Leichhardt Nature Trail, covering a total length of some 32 kilometres. This makes it one of the longest nature trails in Germany. Each path is dedicated to a selected aspect of the impressive and varied natural landscapes between Goyatz and Butzen.

Length: 2 kilometres

Start/finish: Spreewald station/Goyatz tourist information centre

Marking: snake symbol

Directions: Bus (lines 508, 509, 510), car and bicycle

Route description/points of interest/background information: The path starts and ends at the former Spreewald railway station in Goyatz and leads through the forest and meadows south of Goyatz. The museum in the railway carriage in Goyatz is also worth seeing, while the passenger boat ride on Lake Schwielochsee offers an additional experience of the natural setting.

Possible combinations:
  • Lake Schwielochsee Tour (bicycle tour)
  • Canoe/paddle tour of the Spreewald
  • Five other hikes on the Ludwig Leichhardt Nature Trail

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15913 Schwielochsee OT Goyatz

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