Kleiner Boitzenburger, walking tour

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Length: 11 km
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This hike around Boitzenburg will take your through an extraordinarily interesting cultivated landscape. We start at the Tiergarten park in the east of Boitzenburg. The former hunting grounds of the von Arnim family are home to Central Europe’s biggest population of 300 to 900 years old beech and oak trees. In the south-west of the town, there is a beech forest that has been created as an extended park: Carolinenhain. The forest that was named after Count von Arnim’s wife Anna Caroline von der Schulenburg stretches all the way to the chain of lakes including Krienkowsee and Schumellensee. Work on a landscape park was first taken up in 1780 and was continued by Lenné in 1838. A few more very big trees can be found here, too. The route goes past the von Arnim burial site, the Apollo temple with views of the castle, the serpent temple and a botanical curiosity: grown-together trees.
Length: 11 kilometres (3 to 4 hours)
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  • Badestelle Schumellensee, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Lindenallee Richtung Boitzenburg, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Ausblick Krinkowsee, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Küchenteich und Schloss Boitzenburg, Foto: Anet Hoppe
Start/finish: Boitzenburg

Logo/route sign: Yellow dot, green diagonal line + small plaque saying “Kleiner Boitzenburger”

How to get there/return journey:
  • By public transport: Take the RE3 (Stralsund) from Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) to Prenzlau. From here take bus no. 503 to Boitzenburg (about 2.5 hours).
  • By car: From Berlin via the A11 and L24 to Boitzenburg (about 1.5 hours).

Points of interest:

  • Boitzenburg: Burial site of the von Arnim family, Apollo temple, engagement stone, monastery mill museum and inn, grown-together trees, Boitzenburg Castle (guided tours on Sat and Sun) with Marstall

The tour can be combined with the following other routes:

  • At Schumellensee
  • Uckermark Country Loop
  • Boitzenburg-Naugarten (Long Boitzenburg Trail)

Trail conditions/surface: Not specified

Maps/literature:

  • Naturpark Uckermärkische Seen Ost, Top. Freizeitkarte, 1:50,000, Landesvermessung und Geobasisinformation Brandenburg, June 1, 2009, ISBN 978-3-7490-4161-9, Euro 6
  • Rad-, Wander- und Freizeitkarte Uckermark, 1:75,000, Pietruska Verlag & GEO-Datenbanken GmbH, edition: 3 (December 8, 2011), ISBN 978-3-934895-84-3, Euro 6.90

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This hike around Boitzenburg will take your through an extraordinarily interesting cultivated landscape. We start at the Tiergarten park in the east of Boitzenburg. The former hunting grounds of the von Arnim family are home to Central Europe’s biggest population of 300 to 900 years old beech and oak trees. In the south-west of the town, there is a beech forest that has been created as an extended park: Carolinenhain. The forest that was named after Count von Arnim’s wife Anna Caroline von der Schulenburg stretches all the way to the chain of lakes including Krienkowsee and Schumellensee. Work on a landscape park was first taken up in 1780 and was continued by Lenné in 1838. A few more very big trees can be found here, too. The route goes past the von Arnim burial site, the Apollo temple with views of the castle, the serpent temple and a botanical curiosity: grown-together trees.
Length: 11 kilometres (3 to 4 hours)
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  • Badestelle Schumellensee, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Lindenallee Richtung Boitzenburg, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Ausblick Krinkowsee, Foto: Alena Lampe
Start/finish: Boitzenburg

Logo/route sign: Yellow dot, green diagonal line + small plaque saying “Kleiner Boitzenburger”

How to get there/return journey:
  • By public transport: Take the RE3 (Stralsund) from Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) to Prenzlau. From here take bus no. 503 to Boitzenburg (about 2.5 hours).
  • By car: From Berlin via the A11 and L24 to Boitzenburg (about 1.5 hours).

Points of interest:

  • Boitzenburg: Burial site of the von Arnim family, Apollo temple, engagement stone, monastery mill museum and inn, grown-together trees, Boitzenburg Castle (guided tours on Sat and Sun) with Marstall

The tour can be combined with the following other routes:

  • At Schumellensee
  • Uckermark Country Loop
  • Boitzenburg-Naugarten (Long Boitzenburg Trail)

Trail conditions/surface: Not specified

Maps/literature:

  • Naturpark Uckermärkische Seen Ost, Top. Freizeitkarte, 1:50,000, Landesvermessung und Geobasisinformation Brandenburg, June 1, 2009, ISBN 978-3-7490-4161-9, Euro 6
  • Rad-, Wander- und Freizeitkarte Uckermark, 1:75,000, Pietruska Verlag & GEO-Datenbanken GmbH, edition: 3 (December 8, 2011), ISBN 978-3-934895-84-3, Euro 6.90

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Templiner Straße 5

17268 Boitzenburger Land OT Boitzenburg

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