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Etappe 8 Von Petershagen nach Nienburg – Weser-Radweg

Intermediate
03:05
50.6 km
16.4 km/h
100 m
110 m
Intermediate bike ride. Good fitness required. Mostly paved surfaces. Suitable for all skill levels. The starting point of the Tour is accessible with public transport.

Tour Overview

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Bus Station
4.52 km
10.7 km
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Windmühle Großenheerse

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13.7 km
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Café Weserscheune

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21.9 km
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Kleine Dorfkirche

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39.3 km
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Scheunenviertel Estorf

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49.5 km
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Nienburg an der Weser

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50.6 km

Nienburg (Weser)

Train Station

Elevation Profile

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Waytypes

Cycleway: 11.1 km
Access Road: 138 m
Path: 5.57 km
Street: 13.8 km
Road: 20.0 km

Surfaces

Unpaved: 1.00 km
Compacted Gravel: 2.23 km
Cobblestones: 2.05 km
Paved: 23.5 km
Asphalt: 17.5 km
Unknown: 4.36 km

Weather Forecast

Planned by Weserradweg

27/06/2017

Comments

  • Weserradweg

    North of Petershagen worth a visit to Gernheim. Further along the Weser are two of the numerous windmills of the Middle Weser: the windmill Harrienstadt and the windmill in Großenheersee.From Buchholz with its old fortified church, the path leads via Müsleringen to Schlüsselburg. The historic Scheunenviertel on the outskirts of Schlüsselburg is a peasant cultural asset. The oldest barns date back to the 17th century. We continue through Stolzenau with its landmark, the turned tower spire of the St. Jacobi Church.Further north along the Weser cycle path, you will pass the site of the former Benedictine monastery of Schinna. The main route leads over the Weser bridge to Landesbergen with its worth seeing wedding mill. In Estorf is in the historic barn area "Schünebusch" Radler-Scheune is furnished as a group accommodation. Through Leeseringen and the Nienburger Bruch the way leads directly into the city center of Nienburg. The city is also known far beyond its borders as a city of asparagus.

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