Meistens in und um Berlin herum unterwegs. Seit einiger Zeit oft W(andern)m(it)d(em)K(inder)w(agen), aber früher und manchmal heute noch lange Touren zu Fuß, mit dem Fahrrad oder mit dem Faltboot - ja, vermisse diese Option „Wasser“ bei Komoot!!!
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from wanderkompass.deThe breathtaking lake landscapes of the Uckermark are well worth a visit for hikers and nature lovers. In the sparsely populated area near the Oder, there are mostly untouched rivers, lakes and swamps that alternate with lush meadows and dense forests. Exactly through these formed in the ice age landscapes leads the Uckermärk land round.Attractions on the Uckermärk land roundOver a total length of 154 kilometers, visitors will get an impressive view of the Uckermark, which, among other things, is home to Europe's most intact riverine landscape. There are not only numerous waterfowl that benefit from the untouched nature. The villages along the way and the wayside tell their stories with their historical buildings and thematic museums. The Uckermärker Landrunde starts in Ahrensdorf, which belongs to the city of Templin. Templin is not only the largest city of the Uckermark and the birthplace of the current Chancellor, but also houses numerous attractions, including the historic old town and the well-preserved city wall count.On its further course, the Uckermärkische Rundwanderweg also connects the cities of Angermünde and Prenzlau. Angermünde has a largely preserved old town. Particularly well-known buildings of the Brandenburg city are the Franciscan monastery and the Marienkirche. In the first place regular concerts take place. The Uckermärkische Landrunde has a lot to offer not only for nature lovers, but also for history and art lovers. Prenzlau, located only 50 kilometers from the Polish border, gives visitors a glimpse into the eventful history of the city, which is still alive today thanks to many preserved historic buildings. If you are particularly interested in the past of the Uckermark, you can visit the former Dominican monastery, which today functions as a cultural-historical museum.Part of the course of the Uckermärk land round coincides with the Märkischen land route. In the near future, the Uckermärkische Rundwanderweg is to be expanded so that it can be even better linked with other hiking trails in the region. If you like to travel by bike, you can cover many sections of the Landrunde by bike. The concept of cycling is optimally implemented here and should be improved once again. This also includes optimized signposting and networking of routes. For cyclists and hikers alike, there are always a variety of gastronomic establishments and accommodations waiting to be rested on the way to the side of the Uckermärk Landrunde. Anyone who is equally interested in impressive natural landscapes and North-East German history will certainly get their money's worth on the Uckermark circular route.The Uckermärk land round is divided into 6 stages, but can also be planned individually according to your personal requirements. The entry is possible everywhere, as well as the direction.translated by•View Original
September 25, 2019