8. Etappe "Uckermärker Landrunde": Biesenbrow - Seehausen, walking tour

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Mixed forests alternate with hilly farmland dotted with kettle holes and shrubs. Historic cobbled streets pass through sleepy villages with granite churches, half-timbered houses and village greens. Seehausen is situated between Oberuckersee and Unteruckersee, at the edge of one of Germany’s biggest reed areas.
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  • Uckermärker Landrunde Etappe8, bei Biesenbrow, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Uckermärker Landrunde Etappe8, Kirche Schmiedeberg, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Uckermärker Landrunde Etappe8, Grünheide, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Uckermärker Landrunde Etappe8, Café im Alten Bahnhof Warnitz, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Uckermärker Landrunde Etappe8, Uckerseenregion, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Uckermärker Landrunde Etappe8, bei Warnitz, Foto: Alena Lampe
Length: 20 kilometres (5 hours)

Start: Biesenbrow

Finish: Seehausen

Logo/route sign: Red dot on a white background

How to get there: Take a regional or long-distance train from Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) to Angermünde (about 1 hour). From here take bus no. 450 or the RufBus operated by Uckermärkische Verkehrsbetriebe (after 6 p.m. and at the weekend) to Biesenbrow (about 1.5 hours).

Return journey: Take the RE3 (Falkenberg) from Seehausen to Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) (about 1.5 hours).

Route: Biesenbrow, Schmiedeberg, Grünheide, Melzow, Warnitz, Seehausen

Points of interest:
  • Schmiedeberg: Picture path and village church
  • Village church Melzow with concerts
  • Warnitz: Ceramics workshop Quarzsprung, granite church
  • Seehausen: Church with exhibition about the Marienwerder monastery peninsula

Maps/literature:

  • Prenzlau, Seehausen, 1:50,000, Dr. Barthel Verlag, ISBN 978-3-89591-214-6, Euro 5.90
  • 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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Mixed forests alternate with hilly farmland dotted with kettle holes and shrubs. Historic cobbled streets pass through sleepy villages with granite churches, half-timbered houses and village greens. Seehausen is situated between Oberuckersee and Unteruckersee, at the edge of one of Germany’s biggest reed areas.
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  • Uckermärker Landrunde Etappe8, bei Biesenbrow, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Uckermärker Landrunde Etappe8, Kirche Schmiedeberg, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Uckermärker Landrunde Etappe8, Grünheide, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Uckermärker Landrunde Etappe8, Café im Alten Bahnhof Warnitz, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Uckermärker Landrunde Etappe8, Uckerseenregion, Foto: Alena Lampe
Length: 20 kilometres (5 hours)

Start: Biesenbrow

Finish: Seehausen

Logo/route sign: Red dot on a white background

How to get there: Take a regional or long-distance train from Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) to Angermünde (about 1 hour). From here take bus no. 450 or the RufBus operated by Uckermärkische Verkehrsbetriebe (after 6 p.m. and at the weekend) to Biesenbrow (about 1.5 hours).

Return journey: Take the RE3 (Falkenberg) from Seehausen to Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) (about 1.5 hours).

Route: Biesenbrow, Schmiedeberg, Grünheide, Melzow, Warnitz, Seehausen

Points of interest:
  • Schmiedeberg: Picture path and village church
  • Village church Melzow with concerts
  • Warnitz: Ceramics workshop Quarzsprung, granite church
  • Seehausen: Church with exhibition about the Marienwerder monastery peninsula

Maps/literature:

  • Prenzlau, Seehausen, 1:50,000, Dr. Barthel Verlag, ISBN 978-3-89591-214-6, Euro 5.90
  • 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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Weather Today, 7. 8.

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Partly cloudy throughout the day.

  • Monday
    12 26
  • Tuesday
    14 27

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