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Etappe 2: Von Grevesmühlen nach Wismar – Hanseatenweg

Etappe 2: Von Grevesmühlen nach Wismar – Hanseatenweg

18.1 mi
8.0 mph
475 ft
600 ft
Expert bike ride. Good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may require you to push your bike.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
2.30 mi

Aussichtsturm Hamberge

Mountain Biking Highlight

3.87 mi

Sühnestein Everstorf

Bike Touring Highlight

8.79 mi

Kunst auf dem Weg

Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)

10.4 mi

Kirche Proseken

Bike Touring Highlight

12.4 mi

Kiosk „Kraftquelle“

Bike Touring Highlight

13.5 mi

Sandig und Nass

Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)

18.1 mi

Tour Profile


Singletrack: 2.27 mi
Path: 5.68 mi
Cycleway: 2.52 mi
Street: 3.06 mi
Road: 4.34 mi
State Road: 0.28 mi


Unpaved: 7.75 mi
Compacted Gravel: 0.42 mi
Paved: 5.83 mi
Asphalt: 3.93 mi
Unknown: 378 yd
  • Includes a segment in which cycling is forbidden

    You will have to dismount and push your bike.

Weather Forecast

Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks planned a bike ride.

March 3, 2021


  • Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks

    On the second stage of the Hanseatenweg you drive through the Klützer Winkel, a part of the district of Northwest Mecklenburg and your destination will be the Hanseatic city of Wismar.There are a few hills to overcome here, but in return you have the opportunity to look as far as the Baltic Sea.Today you start in Grevesmühlen. From here you drive east to the Hamberge viewpoint. You can stretch your legs on the observation tower there and enjoy the great view over the Klützer Winkel with the Baltic Sea on the horizon.

    It continues through the Hamberge. Here you drive on a traffic-calmed road through a section of forest. At Everstorf atonement stone you drive straight ahead until you make a sharp bend to the south.
    You then drive through a small forest area through the villages of Jameln and Alt Jassewitz. Beware, the cobblestone path can be a bit uncomfortable for you as a cyclist. Only when you have left the village behind you will you drive on asphalt again.On the way towards Neu Jassewitz you then turn onto the field path, which is signposted with "Kunstradweg". You cannot miss it, as the art objects are already recognizable from afar. After this "art detour" you continue to Weitendorf , through Proseken, where the village church from the 13th century stands.

    You continue on a forest path to Zierow. Here you can literally recharge your batteries and stretch your legs at the “Kraftquelle”. It is a very popular rest stop for cyclists and hikers, especially since it offers almost everything for daily needs.

    It then continues via Fliemstorf and the fishing village of Hoben to Wismar. The Baltic Sea is now within your grasp. But be careful - the path on the coast is very sandy. Here it may be possible that you have to push your bike.

    But the sandy path is not very long and soon you will continue on a very well-developed cycle path towards the Hanseatic city of Wismar, which is now only a few minutes' drive away.

    Once there, you will be led through the city to the "Old Port". The goal is reached. Here at the “Old Harbor” you can buy fish rolls directly from the cutter.
    Hanseatic city, port and fish sandwiches: you couldn't ask for a nicer way to end the stage.

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    • March 9, 2021

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Etappe 2: Von Grevesmühlen nach Wismar – Hanseatenweg