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Frische Luft und Bewegung in idyllischer Umgebung mit historischem Flair - das ist Radfahren und Wandern im Osnabrücker Land! Wenn du gerne radfährst oder wanderst wirst du das Osnabrücker Land lieben! Schöpfe neue Kraft auf 2.800 km Radwegen und 1.200 km Wanderwegen und erlebe unsere herrliche Natur zwischen Teutoburger Wald und Wiehengebirge. Dazu 300 Millionen Jahre Erdgeschichte (Saurierfährten) im einmaligen Natur- und UNESCO Geopark TERRA.vita. Entdecke Jahrtausende alte Großsteingräber, historische Mühlen und die wahre Geschichte der Varusschlacht. Genieße eine Landpartie durch Spargelfelder und Streuobstwiesen zu gemütlichen Bauernhofcafés. Und zwischendurch atmest du auf in unseren Heilbädern und Kurorten mit Thermen, SoleArena und Baumwipfelpfad. Für noch mehr Abwechslung gönnst du dir einen Abstecher in die Friedensstadt Osnabrück oder in den Ferien- und Erlebnispark Alfsee.

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  1. Osnabrücker Land planned a bike ride.

    January 4, 2022

    15:31
    153 mi
    9.8 mph
    4,375 ft
    4,375 ft
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      This tour takes you from the main train station in Osnabrück on a 250-kilometer loop through the Osnabrücker Land.How to do this bikepacking tour in three stages and where you can best stay overnight, we show you in our collection Sporty Bikepacking Tour through Osnabrücker Land: komoot.de/collection/1294540.

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      • January 4, 2022

  2. Osnabrücker Land planned a hike.

    December 3, 2021

    27:23
    61.4 mi
    2.2 mph
    5,750 ft
    5,775 ft
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      The more than 100 kilometers long Ahornweg runs as a figure eight through the beautiful landscapes near Bad Iburg. Green ridges, spectacular observation towers and different peaks allow a view of the many facets of the Osnabrück region.You can find more information and a breakdown into five stages at komoot.de/collection/1361306/wandern- Zwischen-bergen-blueten-und-baedern-ahornweg.

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      • December 3, 2021

  3. Osnabrücker Land planned a hike.

    November 27, 2021

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      The last stage on the magnificent Ahornweg is already beginning, which will bring you back to Bad Iburg. After one night in Bad Rothenfelde, head west and dive into the TERRA.vita geo and nature park once more. It goes past the cozy Bismarckhütte to the lookout tower on Lüdenstein.From the platform you can enjoy a wide view of the Münsterland plain and the Teutoburg Forest. Back on solid ground, you follow the Ahornweg down to Bad Laer with its beautiful spa park. At the brine pavilion you can take a deep breath and then admire the nearby parish church Mariae Birth with the Griese Toarn.Outside of Bad Laer, it goes through a flat cultural landscape, which is characterized by hamlets, streams and colorful fields. You will pass Scheventorf Castle and then cross Münsterstrasse. Towards the end of the fifth stage, it goes up again to a small hill on Langer Berg, from which you hike down to Bad Iburg. After a total of 100 kilometers you are back at the starting point of the Ahornweg and can end the day at the Charlottensee.

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      • December 1, 2021

  4. Osnabrücker Land planned a hike.

    November 27, 2021

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      The starting point of the fourth stage of the Ahornweg is the Beutling, at the foot of which you visited the Beutling spring yesterday. At the top of the 220-meter-high elevation, an observation tower awaits you, which gives you a fabulous view of the TERRA.vita nature park.From the Beutling you hike down into the valley, where you pass the Black Wave, a spring basin of the Hase. The hut there invites you to take a break. The Ahornweg then leads westwards on soft forest paths past the Blauer See to the Sahlbrink. At the Noller Gorge you then cross a road to immediately dive back into the Teutoburg Forest.Now it goes over the Timmer Egge to the 258 meter high Wehdeberg, the highest point of this stage. Afterwards you descend to Hilter, where you will find some refreshment stops. To the south of Hilter you then brush against the forest on the Kleiner Berg before you reach Bad Rothenfelde. The well-known health resort with its two graduation towers is your destination for today and offers you different overnight accommodations.

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      • December 1, 2021

  5. Osnabrücker Land planned a hike.

    November 27, 2021

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      The third stage or the big loop of the Ahornweg begins in Bad Iburg. From the center, it initially heads east to the Freeden nature reserve. On the Linzitterweg you hike through the picturesque forest and at the Freedenhütte you can take a first break.After almost five kilometers you can enjoy a beautiful view of Sentrup at the edge of the forest, before you climb the 257 meter high Spannbrink. Below the summit you will find another refuge and then you will cross under the A33.Already things are looking up again, this time on the Mocking Angel. Past the Johannislaube you get to Hülsbrink, where you change from the hiking trail to a side road. After you cross the hare on a bridge, you walk into Wellingholzhausen. It is worth taking a detour to St. Bartholomew's Church there.Then you hike south to get to the beautiful Beutlingquelle. There is an inn next to it, where you can stop off. Only a little more than three kilometers away is the Mönter guesthouse in Kerssenbrock to the east, where you can stay overnight.

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      • December 1, 2021

  6. Osnabrücker Land planned a hike.

    November 27, 2021

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      The second stage of the Ahornweg is characterized by a constant up and down through the Teutoburg Forest. From Hagen it goes initially to the babbling Poggenbach, which accompanies you for a while. Via the hamlet of Völler you climb to the first peak of the day, the Baumannsknollen.You then have an even better view from the Varus Tower on Lammersbrink: From the 21 meter high reinforced concrete structure you can enjoy a wonderful panorama over Osnabrück and the Teutoburg Forest. You leave the Varus Tower Nature Park and hike through a shady brook valley to then climb the 331 meter high Dörenberg. There, too, you have the opportunity to climb a lookout tower and enjoy new perspectives.From Dörenberg, the highest point of the Ahornweg, you then descend to a street. There is the Herrenrest Hotel-Restaurant, where you can not only eat but also spend the night - if you want to split the 22-kilometer daily route into two stages.You then hike eastwards through the forest and over meadows. The next peak follows with the Musenberg and the small Limberg is finally the last elevation of the day that you will pass. The second stage ends in Bad Iburg and the small northern loop of the Ahornweg closes at the same time.

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      • December 1, 2021

  7. Osnabrücker Land planned a hike.

    November 27, 2021

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      The Ahornweg starts in Bad Iburg, the junction of the figure eight. For more than a thousand years, the cityscape has been dominated by the mighty Iburg, which you can visit directly.You then head out of town through the Charlottenseepark, where the next highlight is waiting for you at the edge of the forest: On the treetop path, you can stroll through the treetops on the southern slope of the Teutoburg Forest and at the same time get to know the nature and history of the region at the information points.From the treetop path, turn north to get to Urberg ridge path. Where the trees are thinning, you can enjoy fantastic views back to Iburg Castle. You then hike down over the Heidhornberg and the hut of the same name into the beautiful Goldbachtal.The next ascent is already pending, which will lead you to the mystical Duvensteins. Here you can take a break before you climb up to the alpine hut on the Borgberg. Your warm feet will be happy about the following water step and then Hagen am Teutoburg Forest is already in front of you, your first stage destination. You can stay overnight, for example, in the Hotel Caesaro.

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      • December 1, 2021

  8. Osnabrücker Land planned a bike ride.

    November 25, 2021

    19:10
    194 mi
    10.1 mph
    3,725 ft
    3,725 ft
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      From the Town Hall of the Peace of Westphalia in Osnabrück to the Bremen Town Musicians and back. The bridge cycle path takes you over 310 kilometers in one round through three nature parks, numerous historical places and the two Hanseatic cities of Osnabrück and Bremen. In which direction you deny it is entirely up to you.You can find more information and a breakdown into four stages at komoot.de/collection/1344788.

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      • November 25, 2021

  9. Osnabrücker Land planned a bike ride.

    November 12, 2021

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      Comfortable 28 kilometers lead you on this tour around Neuenkirchen. There are almost no inclines on the circuit, but an all the more beautiful landscape. In summer you can let your gaze wander over the rolling cornfields and wide meadows.It starts in Neuenkirchen, where the pointed church tower of the parish St. Laurentius rises above the roofs. From here you cycle clockwise through the rural idyll, which encourages you to slow down. Pretty farms with blooming front gardens alternate with lush meadows and colorful fields on your way back to Neuenkirchen.

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      • January 8, 2022

  10. Osnabrücker Land planned a bike ride.

    November 5, 2021

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      This tour takes you 64 kilometers from the peace city of Osnabrück with its historic old town to the Artland, known for its farm culture, to the Burgmann and Hanseatic city of Quakenbrück. It is on flat, sometimes even slightly sloping paths, always along the railway line of the NordWestBahn. At the end you can easily get back to the starting point by train.On your way to the north you come through beautiful nature. In several sections, the route leads you through the Haseniederungen, through impressive sand dunes in the nature reserve near Wallenhorst-Hollage, past the Alfsee and through the beautiful park landscape of Artland. Here, not only the nature impresses, but also the artistic half-timbering of the old farms.

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      • November 12, 2021

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