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Etappe 7: Exkurs zum Kloster Nütschau – Mönchsweg

Intermediate
03:32
34.4 mi
9.7 mph
650 ft
675 ft
Intermediate bike ride. Good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may be unpaved and difficult to ride.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
8.22 mi
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Loch Briggs

Bike Touring Highlight

23.5 mi
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Kloster Nütschau

Bike Touring Highlight

28.1 mi
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Badestelle Neversdorfer See

Bike Touring Highlight

34.4 mi
Destination

Waytypes

Singletrack: < 109 yd
Path: 9.49 mi
Cycleway: 4.79 mi
Street: 3.21 mi
Road: 16.6 mi
State Road: < 109 yd
Off-grid (unknown): 426 yd

Surfaces

Unpaved: 5.84 mi
Compacted Gravel: 0.40 mi
Cobblestones: 138 yd
Paved: 7.26 mi
Asphalt: 20.3 mi
Unknown: 0.45 mi
  • Includes an off-grid segment

    Navigation instructions may be limited.

Weather Forecast

Hannah planned a bike ride.

February 26, 2020

Comments

  • Hannah

    This stage is an optional day tour from Bad Segeberg to the monastery in Nütschau. The Benedictine monastery is the only monastery still active on the Mönchsweg and is located on Via Baltica, part of the Jakobsweg. The circular route from Bad Segeberg to the monastery takes you around 37 kilometers to the monastery and back again over 20 kilometers.
     
    The path initially goes back into the Segeberg forest and you drive almost ten kilometers on wonderful forest paths. Passing the church in Todesfelde, it goes through the floodplain area of Leezen, through Groß Niendorf and along a quiet side street at the foot of the Klingberg.
     
    After five more kilometers you will reach the Benedictine monastery of Nütschau, an oasis of calm, reflection and inspiration. According to the rules of St. Benedict, pilgrims and cyclists are offered accommodation here for one night. Courses, seminars, concerts and meditations are held in the Nütschau Monastery, which guests can attend. The best thing to do is to visit the website kloster-nuetschau.de and call in advance if you are planning a visit.
     
     On your way back you will pass Lake Neversdorfer halfway along the route, a great swimming lake that is a wonderful place to rest even in cooler temperatures. The rest of the route runs on a quiet and idyllic side street. Five kilometers further you will reach the Mözener See, where you can find another swimming area with a sandy beach and a campsite. It is only a stone's throw from here to Bad Segeberg.

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    • March 16, 2020

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