Malchin Basin Star Tours (17-19 km | 3 stages)

Route

18 km

  • Length of daily tours: 17-19 km
  • Stages: 3 days
  • Marking: day tour 1 - blue bar, yellow point; day tour 2 - red bar, yellow point, green point; day tour 3 - green bar, green point
  • Tour tips: Malchin medieval town fortification, Basedow Castle, Gielow chalk clods, Friedrich Franz Heights.

Rail connection: Malchin

At Lake Kummerow - nature as far as the eye can see, © TMV/Werk3

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Malchin Basin Star Tours (17-19 km | 3 stages)

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Route

18 km

From Malchin, explore Mecklenburg Switzerland in three days: It goes into the rustic breakthrough valley of the Ostpeene and through dense beech forests. With a view of the hilly panorama of Mecklenburg Switzerland and the Mediterranean flair on the way to the castle park of Basedow.

From Malchin, explore Mecklenburg Switzerland in three days: It goes into the rustic breakthrough valley of the Ostpeene and through dense beech forests. With a view of the hilly panorama of Mecklenburg Switzerland and the Mediterranean flair on the way to the castle park of Basedow.

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1st day tour (17 km)
From Gielow the route leads over hilly pastures and meadows. The banks of the Ostpeene rise up to 15 meters above its stony bed. Surrounded by a dense beech grove, the trail follows its course upstream. Countless dragonflies and butterflies buzz on the wet meadows between Pinnow and Demzin.

2nd day tour (18 km)
Through the Hainholz - a small beech forest at the gates of Malchin - the path leads to Viezendorf. Where the forest opens up, it gives a view of the hilly panorama of Mecklenburg Switzerland. A Tuscan-like avenue of pyramid poplars leads amazed observers to the castle park of Basedow. It was designed by the world-famous landscape architect Peter Joseph Lenné. Quiet streams and winding paths weave through the park. Giant trees dream between them. The castle sits enthroned in the middle. In the mirror-smooth ponds all around it, its magnificently ornamented and red-glowing stepped gables can be seen for themselves. Before returning, the Old Sheepfold and the Café Schmiede invite you to linger.

3rd day tour (19 km)
Behind the seven mountains of Mecklenburg Switzerland lies Lake Kummerow - the eighth largest lake in Germany. To catch sight of it, hikers cross the 97-meter-high Friedrich-Franz-Höhe from Pisede. From its summit, summiters have a sweeping view over the green hills and to the small town of Neukalen. After descending through the gently rustling beech forest, the lake already beckons with its sparkling blue in the village of Salem. Through a freshly scented pine forest and past the now water-filled Malchin peat pits, where herons and cormorants go hunting, the trail leads back to Malchin.

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© Axel Thiessenhusen

Manor house Pinnow

  • Dorfstraße, 17139 Pinnow

The simple, two-story manor house with 9 axes and a gable roof was built at the end of the 18th century and modified again around 1840. On the courtyard side, a large lunette window stands out. On the park side, the center of the house is emphasized only by a flat central risalit, in front of which a two-flight flight of steps leads into the park.

Read more: "Manor house Pinnow"
© Monika Kröger

Malchin City Hall

  • Am Markt, 17139 Malchin

In 1927, the new town hall was inaugurated after the old building burned down in 1925.

Read more: "Malchin City Hall"
© Christin Drühl

Castle Basedow

  • Schlossstraße, 17139 Basedow

The irregular three-winged complex was built from the 16th to the 19th century on the remains of a medieval castle. In the 19th century the hereditary marshal Count Hahn had the castle remodeled by the Berlin architect Stüler. In 1891 neo-Renaissance forms were added in parts. Particularly noteworthy are the terracotta portraits on the facade. The largest landscape park in the country (200 ha) was created by Peter Joseph Lenné in the middle of the 19th century. The castle and outbuildings are being converted into a hotel resort.

Read more: "Castle Basedow"

Museum Old City Mill

  • Open today
  • Goethestraße 5, 17139 Malchin

The town museum offers its guests on the first floor pictures of the Malchin painter Prof. Fritz Greve, exhibition about Siegfried Marcus, presentation of the blacksmith's craft, documentation Malchin cooperage Meysahn

Read more: "Museum Old City Mill"
© Axel Thiessenhusen

Manor house Pinnow

  • Dorfstraße, 17139 Pinnow

The simple, two-story manor house with 9 axes and a gable roof was built at the end of the 18th century and modified again around 1840. On the courtyard side, a large lunette window stands out. On the park side, the center of the house is emphasized only by a flat central risalit, in front of which a two-flight flight of steps leads into the park.

Read more: "Manor house Pinnow"
© Monika Kröger

Malchin City Hall

  • Am Markt, 17139 Malchin

In 1927, the new town hall was inaugurated after the old building burned down in 1925.

Read more: "Malchin City Hall"
© Christin Drühl

Castle Basedow

  • Schlossstraße, 17139 Basedow

The irregular three-winged complex was built from the 16th to the 19th century on the remains of a medieval castle. In the 19th century the hereditary marshal Count Hahn had the castle remodeled by the Berlin architect Stüler. In 1891 neo-Renaissance forms were added in parts. Particularly noteworthy are the terracotta portraits on the facade. The largest landscape park in the country (200 ha) was created by Peter Joseph Lenné in the middle of the 19th century. The castle and outbuildings are being converted into a hotel resort.

Read more: "Castle Basedow"

Museum Old City Mill

  • Open today
  • Goethestraße 5, 17139 Malchin

The town museum offers its guests on the first floor pictures of the Malchin painter Prof. Fritz Greve, exhibition about Siegfried Marcus, presentation of the blacksmith's craft, documentation Malchin cooperage Meysahn

Read more: "Museum Old City Mill"
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Your destination:
Malchiner Becken Sterntouren (17-19 km | 3 Etappen)
17139 Gielow



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Malchiner Becken Sterntouren (17-19 km | 3 Etappen)

17139 Gielow


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