Quality hiking trail Bodden-Panoramaweg

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Route

24 km

Etappen

1-2

  • Marking: Signposts with route points
  • Tour tips: Störtebeker Festival in Ralswiek, Semper Forest Park near Lietzow, flint fields near Mukran.

Train connection: Bergen auf Rügen (continue by bus)

Hike through the coastal forest near Lietzow, © TMV/outdoor-visions.com

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Route

24 km

Etappen

1-2

Stages: 1-2 days The award-winning "Wanderbares Deutschland" quality trail leads through a picturesque landscape along the Great Jasmund Bodden on the Island of Rügen. On 24 kilometers between Neuenkirchen and Mukran in the northeast of the island, hikers experience the varied Bodden landscape without major differences in altitude and, with a little luck, encounter sea eagles or otters, which are native to the area, between quiet meadow landscapes and near-natural forests.

Stages: 1-2 days The award-winning "Wanderbares Deutschland" quality trail leads through a picturesque landscape along the Great Jasmund Bodden on the Island of Rügen. On 24 kilometers between Neuenkirchen and Mukran in the northeast of the island, hikers experience the varied Bodden landscape without major differences in altitude and, with a little luck, encounter sea eagles or otters, which are native to the area, between quiet meadow landscapes and near-natural forests.

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The tranquil community of Neuenkirchen is located on two peninsulas, nestled in the unique Bodden landscape. The starting point is the Gothic Maria Magdalena Church with Rügen's oldest bell. The path leads to Laase and further to a bridge over the Liddower Strom. Passing the Liddow cultural estate, the trail then follows the shores of Lake Tetzitz to the pine-covered Banzelvitz Mountains. The steep hills open up a magnificent view over the Jasmund Bodden. Parallel to the reed-covered Bodden shore, the trail goes through Moisselbritz and in gentle ups and downs to the Buchenberg. Directly on the Great Jasmund Bodden lies the picturesque castle estate of Ralswiek. The path leads through the scenic park to the village of Ralswiek. The village with its thatched houses and the busy harbor offers some resting possibilities. It is famous for its unique natural stage, where the Störtebeker Festival takes place in summer.


The Black Mountains with their important Slavic-period burial mounds are hiked through on a shady forest path. In Lietzow, the unspoiled beach invites you to take a swim, and the Semper forest park with its fascinating coastal forest is also worth a detour. Along the railroad tracks you will start the last stage at the Small Jasmund Bodden. Through Buddelin, a near-natural beech forest on a terminal moraine, and the slightly hilly terrain, the trail leads to Mukran. Before that, it is worth making a small detour to the flint fields. The stone sea consists of fist-sized flints that pile up here to form mighty walls. Violent storm tides are said to have washed them up about 4000 years ago and deposited them many meters into the forest.

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Semper forest park

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18528 Lietzow

Semper Forest Park - witch forest and cripple beeches.

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Ferry port Sassnitz / Mukran

  • Im Fährhafen, 18546 Mukran

The ferry port with the shortest distance to Scandinavia. Whether a ferry, a cruise ship or a container ship, it is the perfect place for everyone to "see the ships".

Read more: "Ferry port Sassnitz / Mukran"
Flint fields in Prora, © Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Flint fields in the nature reserve Schmale Heide

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18546 Sassnitz OT Mukran

North of the Baltic resort Binz, between Prora and Mukran, the flint fields are located in the nature reserve of the Schmalen Heide.

Read more: "Flint fields in the nature reserve Schmale Heide"
Nature stage Ralswiek in action, © Störtebeker Festspiele Rügen

Nature stage Ralswiek

  • Am Bodden, 18528 Ralswiek

Welcome aboard to the "Störtebeker Festival" at the natural stage Ralswiek, the family experience on the Island of Rügen!

Read more: "Nature stage Ralswiek"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

St. Andrew Church Rappin

  • Dorfstraße, 18569 Rappin

St. Andrew's Church at Rappin is the Protestant parish church of the parish of Neuenkirchen in the north of the Muttland of the Island of Rügen.

Read more: "St. Andrew Church Rappin"
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Wooden chapel Ralswiek

  • 18528 Ralswiek

The church is a small wooden chapel at the end of the village, which was brought to Ralswiek as a gift from Sweden in 1907.

Read more: "Wooden chapel Ralswiek"
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City information Bergen on Rügen

  • Markt, 18528 Bergen auf Rügen

Better service, closer to the customer - the tourist information office in the historic Benedix House in the center of Bergen

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Semper forest park

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18528 Lietzow

Semper Forest Park - witch forest and cripple beeches.

Read more: "Semper forest park"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Ferry port Sassnitz / Mukran

  • Im Fährhafen, 18546 Mukran

The ferry port with the shortest distance to Scandinavia. Whether a ferry, a cruise ship or a container ship, it is the perfect place for everyone to "see the ships".

Read more: "Ferry port Sassnitz / Mukran"
Flint fields in Prora, © Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Flint fields in the nature reserve Schmale Heide

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18546 Sassnitz OT Mukran

North of the Baltic resort Binz, between Prora and Mukran, the flint fields are located in the nature reserve of the Schmalen Heide.

Read more: "Flint fields in the nature reserve Schmale Heide"
Nature stage Ralswiek in action, © Störtebeker Festspiele Rügen

Nature stage Ralswiek

  • Am Bodden, 18528 Ralswiek

Welcome aboard to the "Störtebeker Festival" at the natural stage Ralswiek, the family experience on the Island of Rügen!

Read more: "Nature stage Ralswiek"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

St. Andrew Church Rappin

  • Dorfstraße, 18569 Rappin

St. Andrew's Church at Rappin is the Protestant parish church of the parish of Neuenkirchen in the north of the Muttland of the Island of Rügen.

Read more: "St. Andrew Church Rappin"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Wooden chapel Ralswiek

  • 18528 Ralswiek

The church is a small wooden chapel at the end of the village, which was brought to Ralswiek as a gift from Sweden in 1907.

Read more: "Wooden chapel Ralswiek"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

City information Bergen on Rügen

  • Markt, 18528 Bergen auf Rügen

Better service, closer to the customer - the tourist information office in the historic Benedix House in the center of Bergen

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  • Waymarking of the Bodden Panorama Trail, © TMV

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