Many of the cycling tours are designed such that you won’t get bored while you’re biking. The tours are related to interesting Wendland themes. How about the Beaver Tour or maybe you’d prefer the more culture-related Rundling Route? No matter which trail you choose, there are various guides to help you find your way. Actually, now you just need to pick a cycling tour -- or two or three...
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The 23 km Rundling Village Tour takes you through three circular Rundling villages: Lübeln, Satemin, and Jeetzel... Wendland is well-known for its Rundling villages in which the houses are constructed in a circular arrangement. Take your bike on a tour of discovery!
On the 29 km Borderland Tour you will learn about the “Iron Curtain” days, lest we forget. Even today you can recognize many remnants of this period such as border fences and towers as well as the former border crossing at Bergen on the Dumme.
This 50 km tour takes you through Dannenberg, Hitzacker, and Dömitz -- all charming cities featuring half-timbered architecture on the Elbe river. And each city has its own exciting history. Just like the City-Country-River game...
You’ll see more than beavers on this 37 km cycling tour, which connects Gartow, Lenzen, and Schnackenburg and includes two gains in elevation. White-tailed eagles also hunt in this area. It’s an ideal place for fascinating natural experiences and expansive views of the river landscape.
Amphibians play the primary role on this 29 km cycling tour. The wetlands in the Elbe river landscape are important habitats for the survival of frogs, toads, and salamanders.
The Elbe Heath Tour is 49 km long and features two gains in elevation. The route leads through the area between the Elbe river and heath country shaped during the Ice Ages. The House in the Nemitz Heath between Trebel and Nemitz is the ideal starting point for your side trip though the blooming heath.
The Elbe Land Tour is 56 km long with no significant elevation change. It runs through the expansive Elbe marsh landscape between Bleckede and Scharnebeck. For centuries, areas of land reclaimed from the marshes have characterized the region between the Elbe river and the Elbe Lateral Canal.
This 45 km cycling tour crosses the local biosphere. It runs from one train station to another, right across the glacial valley of the Elbe river. Bike through fields and the valley floor between Brahlstorf and Dahlenburg.
The 35 km Elbe Heights Tour features many contrasts and changes in elevation. It runs along both sides of the Elbe river where the current is strong. And in the spring, a fantastic variety of blooming flowers fills this natural landscape.
Over 58 km with one gain in elevation, the Göhrde-Neetze Tour gives you a look into this region’s past. Gigantic erratic boulders from the most recent Ice Age, megalithic stone tombs from the Neolithic period, sites related to the period of French rule, and hunting stories involving Kaisers...
The Vogelkieker-Tour (Birdwatching Tour) is a 49 km long ride though the marshlands on both sides of the Elbe river, which provide irreplaceable stopover and brood areas for more than 150 bird species. Each year, more than 40,000 geese arrive from the north to spend the winter here -- a fascinating spectacle.
This 49 km route crosses right through the Wendland region. Slavic people, also known in northern Germany as Wends, once lived here. Today it is the Wendland residents who take care of their lovely villages and cities, like the half-timbered city of Lüchow.