4. Etappe "Radweg Berlin-Usedom": Warnitz - Peenemünde

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The fourth stage of the long-distance cycle route from Berlin to Usedom leads from Warnitz am Oberuckersee to Peenemünde in Western Pomerania. From Warnitz it goes along the Oberuckersee and over Seehausen to Unteruckersee. The tour then takes you via Röpersdorf to Prenzlau. After a distance of approx. 45 kilometers you will reach the village of Nechlin and leave the state of Brandenburg.
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  • Radweg am Unteruckersee mit Blick auf Prenzlau, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Bootssteg Seehausen, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Aussichtspunkt zwichen Seehausen und Potzlow, Foto: Alena Lampe
In the area from Mecklenburg the tour leads directly towards the Baltic Sea via Pasewalk until you reach the island of Usedom at Pinnow.

Length: 222 kilometres (3 days)

Start: Warnitz / Finish: Peenemünde

Logo/route sign: Green “Berlin-Usedom” cycle route sign

How to get there: Take the RE3 (Stralsund) from Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) to Warnitz (about 2 hours).

Return journey: From Peenemünde, take the RE24 (Zinnowitz), after this take RB23 to Züssow and then with the RE3 (Falkenberg / Elster) to Berlin central station (about 4 hours).

Route: Warnitz, Quast, Seehausen, Potzlow, Strehlow, Zollchow, Röpersdorf, Prenzlau, Ellingen, Schönwerder, Bandelow, Trebenow, Werbelow, Nechlin, Schmarsow, Rollwitz, Pasewalk, Viereck, Torgelow, Eggesin, Ueckermünde, Anklam, Pinnow, Usedom, Ahlbeck, Bansin, Ückeritz, Zinnowitz, Karlshagen, Peenemünde

Points of interest/background information:
  • Warnitz: Quartzsprung - Atelier für Glas und Keramik (glass and ceramics studio)
  • Quast: Filzwerkstatt - krativUM (felt workshop)
  • Seehausen: Art shop "Alte Schule"
  • Prenzlau: St Mary’s Church, Dominican monastery, lakeside and town park
  • Bandelow: Bauernkäserei Wolters (farm cheese producers)

The tour can be combined with the following other cycling routes

  • Uckermark for Beginners
  • Panoramic Views at Unteruckersee
  • Uckermark Circular Cycle Route
  • Lake Tour
  • Church & Castle Tour

Trail conditions/surface: Most of the route is on separate cycle paths. There are a few stretches with paved field and forest paths. There are only short passages, where cyclists get into contact with motor traffic on main roads or when going through towns and villages. Within the State of Brandenburg, the whole cycle path is fully developed and signposted. Continuous signposting is also provided in Berlin. Parts of the route are identical with the Panke Cycle Route.

Maps/literature: Bikeline Radfernweg Berlin-Usedom. Von der Metropole an die Ostsee, 1:75,000, Esterbauer Verlag, edition: 4th (April 2011), ISBN-13: 978-3850002035, Euro 12.90.
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The fourth stage of the long-distance cycle route from Berlin to Usedom leads from Warnitz am Oberuckersee to Peenemünde in Western Pomerania. From Warnitz it goes along the Oberuckersee and over Seehausen to Unteruckersee. The tour then takes you via Röpersdorf to Prenzlau. After a distance of approx. 45 kilometers you will reach the village of Nechlin and leave the state of Brandenburg.
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  • Radweg am Unteruckersee mit Blick auf Prenzlau, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Bootssteg Seehausen, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Aussichtspunkt zwichen Seehausen und Potzlow, Foto: Alena Lampe
In the area from Mecklenburg the tour leads directly towards the Baltic Sea via Pasewalk until you reach the island of Usedom at Pinnow.

Length: 222 kilometres (3 days)

Start: Warnitz / Finish: Peenemünde

Logo/route sign: Green “Berlin-Usedom” cycle route sign

How to get there: Take the RE3 (Stralsund) from Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) to Warnitz (about 2 hours).

Return journey: From Peenemünde, take the RE24 (Zinnowitz), after this take RB23 to Züssow and then with the RE3 (Falkenberg / Elster) to Berlin central station (about 4 hours).

Route: Warnitz, Quast, Seehausen, Potzlow, Strehlow, Zollchow, Röpersdorf, Prenzlau, Ellingen, Schönwerder, Bandelow, Trebenow, Werbelow, Nechlin, Schmarsow, Rollwitz, Pasewalk, Viereck, Torgelow, Eggesin, Ueckermünde, Anklam, Pinnow, Usedom, Ahlbeck, Bansin, Ückeritz, Zinnowitz, Karlshagen, Peenemünde

Points of interest/background information:
  • Warnitz: Quartzsprung - Atelier für Glas und Keramik (glass and ceramics studio)
  • Quast: Filzwerkstatt - krativUM (felt workshop)
  • Seehausen: Art shop "Alte Schule"
  • Prenzlau: St Mary’s Church, Dominican monastery, lakeside and town park
  • Bandelow: Bauernkäserei Wolters (farm cheese producers)

The tour can be combined with the following other cycling routes

  • Uckermark for Beginners
  • Panoramic Views at Unteruckersee
  • Uckermark Circular Cycle Route
  • Lake Tour
  • Church & Castle Tour

Trail conditions/surface: Most of the route is on separate cycle paths. There are a few stretches with paved field and forest paths. There are only short passages, where cyclists get into contact with motor traffic on main roads or when going through towns and villages. Within the State of Brandenburg, the whole cycle path is fully developed and signposted. Continuous signposting is also provided in Berlin. Parts of the route are identical with the Panke Cycle Route.

Maps/literature: Bikeline Radfernweg Berlin-Usedom. Von der Metropole an die Ostsee, 1:75,000, Esterbauer Verlag, edition: 4th (April 2011), ISBN-13: 978-3850002035, Euro 12.90.
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