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Ellerburg-Aue-Radweg/Herrenh. u. Parks
 

About Ellerburg-Aue-Radweg/Herrenh. u. Parks

Der Ellerburg - Aue - Radweg wurde entwickelt und wird gesteuert von einem Steuerungskreis unter Leitung von Georg Droste. Teilnehmer sind Heinz Schürmann, Berthold von der Horst, Friedrich Klanke (Kreisheimatpfleger), Bärbel Kloss und Georg Droste.
Unterstützt wurde der Steuerungskreis durch Vertreter der Kommunen Rödinghausen, Hüllhorst, Preußisch Oldendorf, Lübbecke, Espelkamp, Rahden, Stemwede, Kreis Minden-Lübbecke, dem Dümmer Weserland Tourismus, Gemeinde Kirchdorf, Zweckverband Linkes Weserufer und Mittelweser Touristik GmbH.
Träger des Radweges ist der Verein Herrenhäuser und Parks im Mühlenkreis e.V.

Distance travelled

503 mi

Time in motion

55:11 h

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  1. Ellerburg-Aue-Radweg/Herrenh. u. Parks planned a bike ride.

    February 3, 2021

    03:47
    36.4 mi
    9.6 mph
    625 ft
    700 ft
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      On this 6th stage you can see a lot of beautiful castles and mansions. The 6th stage starts at the train station with a tour through the city center of Lübbecke.Then it goes north along the beautiful Wiehengebirge to the Great Peat Bog. Now we visit the Mittelland Canal. On the further tour we will find Benkhausen Castle, Gut Stockhausen, the Holsing Clinic and the Bad Holzhausen Spa Park.With a tour through the inner city of Preußisch Oldendorf we drive past the manor houses Groß and Klein Engershausen back to the canal.Then you go around the beautiful Hollwinkel Castle over the old canal bridge and over the Große Aue back to the Ellerburg.

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      • February 5, 2021

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      After starting at the train station in Bruchmühlen, head north to Kilver House near the nature reserve Kilverbachtal.We continue through the center of Rödinghausen into the mountains. The highest point of the tour is reached at the 274 meter high Nonnenstein. Continue along the ridge path of the Wiehengebirge, past the Häcker Wiehenstadion to the Neue Mühle and from there to the headwaters of the Große Aue in Dono.The further tour through Hüllhorst shows in a special way how attractive Hüllhorst and the surrounding area are.It goes past the idyllic Reinkenort at the pond and through the bird sanctuary Hagedorn to the city center. The path then leads south along the Wiehengebirge with beautiful views over Hüllhorst. Past the Barre brewery and the brewery museum and Gut Obernfelde we reach the train station in Lübbecke.

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      • February 5, 2021

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      From Baumanns Hof it goes along the Siedener Moor towards Steyerberg. On the way there you can see oil mills and an interesting form of free-range pig farming.The nature reserve Eichenkratt shows a legendary oak population. The bridge over the Große Aue is one of the 125 oldest stone bridges of this type in Germany.
      Past the Scheunenviertel in Wellie, it goes to Liebenau, where the Great Aue shows itself from a very beautiful side with fish ladders and a waterfall.
      The confluence of the Great Aue with the Weser is reached through the Binner Gorge. From there it is 8.8 km to the train station in the beautiful city of Nienburg.From here trains run every 1 to 2 hours to Bruchmühlen, the starting point of the 5th stage. (Travel time by train 1 hour 43 minutes to 2 hours 52 minutes).

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      • February 5, 2021

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      This tour starts at the church in Preussisch Ströhen and then leads to the Ströhen zoo. Wonderful moor worlds can be visited on the way to the Neustädter Moor nature reserve.From there it goes via Dörrieloh and Barenburg into the Kirchdorfer Heide. This stage ends at the Baumannshof hotel / restaurant where you can stay overnight. There is no rail connection here.

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      • February 5, 2021

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      From the train station through the city past the museum courtyard and Rahden Castle, the tour leaves Rahden on the Großer Diekfluss (tributary of the Große Aue) towards Stemwede.It first leads south of the river via Niedermehnen and Destel to Levern. Through the center of Levern and past Rila, it then leads north of the river via Oppenwehe to Peussisch Ströhen.The path meanders through meadows, fields and forests over beautiful avenues with fantastic views and very beautiful mills.This part is a nice opportunity to explore the area of the Great Diek River and get to know the neighboring places.
      It ends at the church in Preussisch Ströhen.
      In Prussian Ströhen the Great Diek River flows into the Great Aue.

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      • February 4, 2021

  2. Ellerburg-Aue-Radweg/Herrenh. u. Parks planned a bike ride.

    February 2, 2021

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      The tour starts at the Ellerburg car park and leads along the great Aue and Auesee to Espelkamp. The tour goes right through the city and the focus is on the many artistically colored facades.Several color designers followed a philosophy or implemented an idea specially developed for these buildings or entire quarters.The tour is based on the “All about colorful” tour developed by city marketing Espelkamp.Then it goes on to Rahden. The tour around Rahden shows in a special way the beauty of the rural surroundings. Beautiful building areas, meadows, forests, especially asparagus fields and streams radiate a wonderful calm when cycling.Furthermore, the area is characterized by mills, the Großer Stein and many beautiful farms and draisines. The first stage ends at the train station in Rahden.

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      • February 4, 2021

  3. Ellerburg-Aue-Radweg/Herrenh. u. Parks planned a bike ride.

    January 20, 2021

  4. Ellerburg-Aue-Radweg/Herrenh. u. Parks planned a bike ride.

    January 19, 2021

    04:59
    54.4 mi
    10.9 mph
    550 ft
    575 ft
  5. Ellerburg-Aue-Radweg/Herrenh. u. Parks planned a bike ride.

    January 19, 2021

    08:00
    68.3 mi
    8.5 mph
    1,375 ft
    1,500 ft
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  6. Ellerburg-Aue-Radweg/Herrenh. u. Parks planned a bike ride.

    January 19, 2021

    07:32
    63.4 mi
    8.4 mph
    1,725 ft
    1,700 ft
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