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Etappe 8: Von Bad Segeberg nach Plön – Mönchsweg

Difficult
03:40
33.9 mi
9.2 mph
850 ft
900 ft
Expert bike ride. Good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may require you to push your bike.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
20.1 mi
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Stockseehof

Bike Touring Highlight

25.2 mi
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Blick auf den Großen Plöner See

Bike Touring Highlight

33.9 mi
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Schloß Plön

Bike Touring Highlight

Waytypes

Singletrack: 4.47 mi
Path: 4.95 mi
Cycleway: 5.28 mi
Street: 4.94 mi
Road: 13.8 mi
State Road: 246 yd
Off-grid (unknown): 0.28 mi

Surfaces

Alpine: < 109 yd
Unpaved: 8.45 mi
Compacted Gravel: 411 yd
Paved: 11.6 mi
Asphalt: 13.3 mi
Unknown: 0.28 mi
  • Includes an off-grid segment

    Navigation instructions may be limited.

Weather Forecast

Hannah planned a bike ride.

February 26, 2020

Comments

  • Hannah

    The next regular stage takes you over 50 kilometers from Bad Segeberg further north to the city of Plön, which is criss-crossed by lakes. You will come across lots of lakes on your route, all of which are ideal for swimming. Therefore, you can only make the right decision at which point you want to take a swim stop.
     
    First you drive out of Bad Segeberg past the small Ihlsee. The Mönchsweg leads you along idyllic paths along the fields and through the Negernbröteler heath landscape. After you have crossed Daldorf, you will walk through the ErlebnisWald Trappenkamp, where you can discover educational trails, tours and much more. Then the path in Bornhöved takes you past the St. Jakobi Viceline Church, the oldest church on the Mönchsweg.
     
    You are now about halfway along the route and can now look forward to a different lake every few kilometers. First you drive past Bornhöveder See and Schmalensee. Then the Stocksee with a beautiful swimming area, small island and nature reserve awaits you. Here you will also find a farm with regional delicacies.
     
    The next lake is already the Großer Plöner See and you cycle into the water town Plön with a wonderful view of the lake landscape. Plön includes a whopping eleven lakes, here one wonderful water place follows the next. The Plön Castle, one of the most important Renaissance buildings in Schleswig-Holstein, is the symbol of the city - of course also with a view of the lake.

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    • March 14, 2020

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