4. Etappe "Uckermärker Landrunde": Templin - Ringenwalde, walking tour

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Length: 25 km
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A part of the route goes along lake shores, and some of the time the lakes’ water can be seen glistening in the distance, as the trail passes the pine and beech forests that are typical of the Mark region. There is a long stretch on which the route does not coincide with any towns or villages, so hikers can enjoy uninterrupted nature. The stage’s destination Ringenwalde is famous for its regional venison specialities. The church and the castle grounds designed by Lenné and featuring the boulder Riesenstein are worth visiting.
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  • Uckermärker Landrunde Etappe4, Naturhafen Lübbesee, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Uckermärker Landrunde Etappe4, Foto: Mario Thiel
  • Uckermärker Landrunde Etappe4, Uckermärker Mythengarten, Foto: Mario Thiel
  • Uckermärker Landrunde Etappe4, Lübbesee, Foto: Anet Hoppe
Length: 25 kilometres (6.5 hours)

Start: Templin

Finish: Ringenwalde

Logo/route sign: Red dot on a white background

How to get there: From Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) take the regional train RE3 to Eberswalde. From here take the Schorfheide-Bahn (RB63) to Templin Stadt (about 1.5 hours). You can also take the regional train RB12 from Berlin Ostkreuz to Templin Stadt (about 1.5 hours).

Return journey: From Ringenwalde take the Schorfheide-Bahn (RB63) to Eberswalde. From here you can continue on the RE3 (Falkenberg or Lutherstadt Wittenberg) to Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof).

Route: Templin, Petersdorf, Ringenwalde

Points of interest:
  • Sagenhafter Rastplatz Libbesicke (rest area dedicated to a local myth)
  • Ringenwalde: Village museum, church with Migendt organ, castle grounds with Riesenstein boulder and burial site of the Ahlimb family

The tour can be combined with the following other routes:

  • Märkisch Overland Trail

Maps/literature:

  • Schorfheide, Uckermark, Barnim, 1:50,000, Kompass Verlag, ISBN 978-3-99044-739-0, Euro 11.99
  •  ADFC-Regionalkarte Uckermark, 1:75,000, overview map of the entire Uckermark with tips for cycling and hiking tours, Bielefelder Verlag, ISBN 978-3-87073-831-0, Euro 8.95

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A part of the route goes along lake shores, and some of the time the lakes’ water can be seen glistening in the distance, as the trail passes the pine and beech forests that are typical of the Mark region. There is a long stretch on which the route does not coincide with any towns or villages, so hikers can enjoy uninterrupted nature. The stage’s destination Ringenwalde is famous for its regional venison specialities. The church and the castle grounds designed by Lenné and featuring the boulder Riesenstein are worth visiting.
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  • Uckermärker Landrunde Etappe4, Naturhafen Lübbesee, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Uckermärker Landrunde Etappe4, Foto: Mario Thiel
  • Uckermärker Landrunde Etappe4, Uckermärker Mythengarten, Foto: Mario Thiel
Length: 25 kilometres (6.5 hours)

Start: Templin

Finish: Ringenwalde

Logo/route sign: Red dot on a white background

How to get there: From Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) take the regional train RE3 to Eberswalde. From here take the Schorfheide-Bahn (RB63) to Templin Stadt (about 1.5 hours). You can also take the regional train RB12 from Berlin Ostkreuz to Templin Stadt (about 1.5 hours).

Return journey: From Ringenwalde take the Schorfheide-Bahn (RB63) to Eberswalde. From here you can continue on the RE3 (Falkenberg or Lutherstadt Wittenberg) to Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof).

Route: Templin, Petersdorf, Ringenwalde

Points of interest:
  • Sagenhafter Rastplatz Libbesicke (rest area dedicated to a local myth)
  • Ringenwalde: Village museum, church with Migendt organ, castle grounds with Riesenstein boulder and burial site of the Ahlimb family

The tour can be combined with the following other routes:

  • Märkisch Overland Trail

Maps/literature:

  • Schorfheide, Uckermark, Barnim, 1:50,000, Kompass Verlag, ISBN 978-3-99044-739-0, Euro 11.99
  •  ADFC-Regionalkarte Uckermark, 1:75,000, overview map of the entire Uckermark with tips for cycling and hiking tours, Bielefelder Verlag, ISBN 978-3-87073-831-0, Euro 8.95

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