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Müritz-Nationalpark – Wanderwege im Müritz-Teil

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Müritz-Nationalpark – Wanderwege im Müritz-Teil

Hiking Collection by Müritz Nationalpark

22

Tours

00:00 h

101 mi

1,050 ft

Der 260 km² große Müritz-Teil des Nationalparks erstreckt sich zwischen den Städten Waren und Neustrelitz. In diesem Gebiet findet Ihr 24 Wanderwege mit einer Länge von 2 bis 14 km, die teilweise miteinander kombiniert werden können. Die Wanderwege verlaufen meistens auf unbefestigten Waldwegen, teilweise auf Pfaden und nur selten entlang befahrener Straßen.

Viele dieser Wege sind gut mit per Schiene (Bahnhof Kratzeburg, bahn.de) oder mit dem zwischen Waren und Rechlin verkehrenden Nationalpark-Ticketbus erreichbar. Siehe auch: mueritz-rundum.de

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Tours & Highlights

  • Zwischen Fischteichen und dem Müritzufer

    5.08 mi
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    This path leads from Gutsdorf Boek in the direction of the Müritzufer and to the fish ponds at Amalienhof. A platform offers good opportunities for observing waterfowl. The path is marked with the 'Yellow Falcon' symbol.

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  • 5.01 mi
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    This circular hiking trail leads around the Feisneck on the outskirts of Waren (Müritz). Special features are the Burgwallinsel in the middle of the lake and the sheep grazing to care for the dry grassland. The path is marked with the 'Yellow Butterfly' symbol.

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  • 6.00 mi
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    In the course of the 10 km long circular route you circle the Teufelsbruch and the Warnker See. This lake offers two observation decks and is known as a resting place for ducks. The trail is marked with the 'Purple Bellflower' symbol.

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  • 3.44 mi
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    A short circular route that starts from Boek and circles the so-called transmitter meadows, where transmitter masts stood in the 1930s and 40s. The observation platform with a view over large parts of the Müritz is worthwhile. The trail is marked with the 'Purple Mushroom' symbol.

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  • 4.63 mi
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    This hiking trail through the Boeker Forest leads to the Fauler Ort Biological Station, a former farmstead. On the way you will pass the inland dunes and the southern shore of the Priesterbäker See. The path is marked with the 'Red Deer' symbol.

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  • 5.92 mi
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    Highlights of this circular tour on the banks of the Binnenmüritz are the Schnakenburg observation post on the east bank of the Müritz and the moor bridge at the Wienpietschseen. The trail is marked with the 'Red Squirrel' symbol.

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  • 3.56 mi
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    A scenic circular hiking trail through the terminal moraine landscape between Kargow and Schwastorf. Special features are the deserted area of the former village of Charlottenhof and the Peeneholz. The trail is marked with the 'Orange Falcon' symbol.

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  • 2.35 mi
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    You circle around the Hinbergsee, which lies in a basin at the edge of the forest, over a distance of 4 km. At the deserted site of the former village of Charlottenhof there is a rest area with a shelter. The path is marked with the 'Red Mushroom' symbol.

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  • 1.84 mi
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    The short circular route south of the small village of Krienke leads around the pine-lined Nuremberg to an observation tower. From here you have a wide view over the renatured Zotzensee. The path is marked with the 'Green Bittern' symbol.

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  • 6.64 mi
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    This circular route leads from the Schliemann village of Ankershagen through the headwaters of the Havel with the Bornsee, Trinnensee and Mühlensee. There is an idyllic rest area at the source of the Havel. This path is marked with the 'Red Deer' symbol.

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  • 8.58 mi
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    The circular route leads through forests west of the Großer Labussee and through the villages of Zwenzow and Leussow. The wind throw created in 2014 and a historic wolf trap are among the stations along the route that are worth seeing. This path is marked with the 'Black Eagle' symbol.

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  • 5.70 mi
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    This circular tour takes you through the sandy landscape on the southern edge of the national park through the villages of Schillersdorf and Qualzow. Inland dunes, the Türzsee and the Kienhorst elevation are scenic highlights along the route. The path is marked with the 'Green Tree' symbol.

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  • 2.01 mi
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    The hiking trail leads from Prälank to the former farming village of Userin. The route first leads through the forest until the 86 m high farmer's mountain appears. From here you have a wide view over the Useriner See. The trail is marked with the 'Purple Mushroom' symbol.

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  • 4.81 mi
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    This hiking trail connects the settlements of Zartwitzer Hütte, Krienke, Henningsfelde and Granzin. As long as the bridge over the Pagelsee is closed, the connection is interrupted. Alternatively, the path north of Lake Pagelsee must be used at the moment. The path is marked with the 'Red Mushroom' symbol.

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  • 2.43 mi
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    A short round north of Zwenzow, which leads through diverse national park forests. In the course of the tour, the small Jamelkensee and Sehsee are circumnavigated. They are part of a larger Ice Age drainage channel that was mostly silted up. This path is marked with the 'orange deer' symbol.

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  • 2.03 mi
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    This circular route through the Havel village of Blankenförde leads around the Jamelsee, which is connected to the Havel by a ditch. Behind the wooden bridge, the path leads across meadows back to the village, which is announced by the wooden church tower.

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  • 3.12 mi
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    A circular hiking trail that leads east of the small village of Babke to a rewetted moor through which the Havelbach flows. The Havelstein, an observation platform and a bog footbridge are special features of the tour. This path is marked with the 'Purple Fir' symbol.

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  • 8.29 mi
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    On this extended hike you circle the Granziner See and Käbelicksee south of Kratzeburg. Anyone who likes handicrafts and regional products will get their money's worth in the villages of Granzin and Kratzeburg. This path is marked with the 'Purple Falcon' symbol.

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  • 2.80 mi
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    300 ft
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    The aim of this short circular route is the Müritzhof landscape maintenance farm. The route leads through the forest and along meadows on the east bank of the Müritz. For species protection reasons, the hiking trail in the meadow section is seasonally closed from February to the end of August. The path

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  • 7.45 mi
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    425 ft
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    The varied circular route leads through the terminal moraine of the Pieverstorf mountains. In addition, five small forest lakes are circumnavigated. South of Pieverstorf there is a large Bronze Age rampart. This trail is marked with the 'Red Squirrel' symbol.

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Collection Stats

  • Tours
    22
  • Highlights
    2
  • Distance
    101 mi
  • Duration
    00:00 h
  • Elevation
    1,050 ft

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