Etappe 10: Von Greifswald nach Wolgast – Hanseatenweg
Bike Touring Highlight
Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)
Zoe (Nina M.) / Rambling Rocks planned a bike ride.
March 4, 2021
The tenth stage is the last stage on the Western Pomerania mainland before the next and last stage goes to the island of Usedom.You start in the old town of the university and Hanseatic city of Greifswald. From here it goes directly to the museum harbor. With 50 adjacent ships, it is the largest museum harbor in Germany.You orient yourself on the well-developed bike path here, which runs almost parallel to the course of the Ryck river. You follow its course to the Wiecker bridge.From here you follow the Hanseatenweg to the Eldena district, where there is a former Cistercian abbey, which unfortunately has only been preserved as a ruin.As far as Kemnitz you continue on the bike path that runs parallel to Wolgaster Straße. On the way you can take a look at the Danish Wiek, a bay in the south of the Greifswald Bodden.Always following the bike path, you drive through the districts of Kemnitz and Kemnitzerhagen of the municipality of Kemnitz.Arrived in the municipality of Hanshagen at the intersection of Waldstrasse and Zum Fliederbusch, the Hanseatenweg splits up here. One route continues via Anklam to Stettin, but you take the alternative route that takes you via Wolgast to the island of Usedom.You leave Hanshagen in the east as soon as you have passed the watermill. We continue on a forest path to the Wrangelsburg district, where Wrangelsburg Castle is located. The name is a bit confusing because it is not a castle but a mansion.At Lühmannsdorf you cross the road that leads you through another forest. Leaving the forest behind you are almost there. Through the Wolgast district of Hohendorf you drive directly to the port of Wolgast.When you arrive at the port, you have more than earned a fish sandwich as a reward for successfully completing the stages.
March 10, 2021