DB Regio Schleswig-Holstein planned a hike.
July 3, 2019
Off to the beach - but not without exploring some parts of Flensburg and the nature reserve Twedter Feld. This 21-kilometer walk shows you the third largest city in Schleswig-Holstein from its green side. Start is at the station.From there, you will walk through the beautiful center and look at the ships from the top of the harbor, in order to lock you down just in time. Then the St. Jürgen-Stair brings you up to the district Jürgensby. A considerable part of the 140 vertical meters you have actually already behind you.Soon you will see the tower of the Church of St. John Adelby in front of you. A look into the stone church is worthwhile. You leave the houses of the city behind you and wander across field and forest paths into the Twedter field. The once lush beech forest still has 90 hectares - a fantastic recreational area on the outskirts of the city. The path leads you through the beautiful landscape, under shady trees and past the Roikier Lake. Pure hiking pleasure!After 15 kilometers it is time for a long break. Hiking boots off and feet in the sand. On the beach of Glücksburg you can let your eyes wander to Denmark, eat a fish sandwich and hop into the water for refreshment.The next six kilometers you have the Flensburg Fjord almost always in sight. A beautiful path will take you along the water until you reach the beach in the Solitüde district. Here you have once again earned an extended bath break. Back to the center brings you then the bus.Arrival and departure: To Flensburg train station you come quite relaxed with the trains of the DB Regio Schleswig-Holstein from Kiel or Hamburg via Neumünster. From Solitüde the bus line 3 goes back to the center.