Path of leisure and knowledge (4 km / 1 day tour)

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4 km

  • Tour tips: Goor bathhouse, Caspar David Friedrich view, water oaks, umbrella oak, kettle moor, Lauterbach harbor.

Rail connection: Lauterbach

Station 10: Reflection at the water oaks, © TMV/UB

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Path of leisure and knowledge (4 km / 1 day tour)

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4 km

Stages: 1 day On the path of leisure and knowledge you dive into an enchanting forest on the coast of Rügen, come to rest and deepen the contact with nature and yourself. Imposing trees, ancient burial mounds and fantastic views of the Baltic Sea encourage you to be very mindful of the environment here.

Stages: 1 day On the path of leisure and knowledge you dive into an enchanting forest on the coast of Rügen, come to rest and deepen the contact with nature and yourself. Imposing trees, ancient burial mounds and fantastic views of the Baltic Sea encourage you to be very mindful of the environment here.

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In the care of the Michael Succow Foundation, the Goor Forest, which is developing into a "primeval forest", is finding its way back to itself and invites hikers to get involved with the rhythm of nature. Take the time to look closely at how nature develops without human intervention. Feel the full experience of nature with all your senses. Smell the scent of the forest, listen to the sound of the sea and watch the wind in the mighty treetops.

Old beech trees line the shore of the Bodden and form the entrance to the "Path of Leisure and Knowledge". This path, which is a good 4 km long, lets you dive deep into the forest at 19 stations and grants you unique views of Rügen's Bodden and the Island of Vilm on the first section. Here where the waves can act with full force, the coast seems wild. The landscape can develop as naturally as the forces of nature allow. Broken branches and trees that have fallen into the sea remain in place. Like at the station of the water oaks. They are a special place of power that strengthens for the next section of the hike.

The path now leads into the forest with its stately beeches, oaks, bird cherries and mountain maples. In spring, the ground is covered by a sea of anemones. The oldest giant tree is the umbrella oak with its strong branches. Enjoy the peace that the old tree radiates, take a breath and forget about time. On the way back, burial mounds and bogs along the way tell their own stories.

The 19 stations are marked by boulders with engraved numbers. They refer to explanatory information in an accompanying brochure. The brochure, illustrated with watercolors, is available for a nominal fee at the Hotel Badehaus Goor, among other places. Atmospheric texts and poems invite you to enjoy nature, feel good and reflect.
The certified landscape ecologist Steffi Deickert will be happy to guide you through the Goor Forest, on the Path of Leisure & Knowledge (www.natur-beruehrt.de), by appointment and agreement.

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Harbour of Lauterbach

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18581 Lauterbach

Lauterbach municipal harbour is located on the Rügen Bay in the south-east of the island of Rügen. With the narrow-gauge railway " Racing Roland" at the Lauterbach pier, it is an ideal starting point for excursions across the island. Restaurants and cafés offer a wide range of culinary delights.

Read more: "Harbour of Lauterbach"
View of the marina from the Goor bathhouse, © TMV/Fischer

in the jaich water holiday world Rügen

  • Am Yachthafen, 18581 Lauterbach

Vacation resort and environmentally friendly full service marina

Read more: "in the jaich water holiday world Rügen"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Vilm island

  • 18581 Vilm

Vilm, Rügen's small sister island of only a few hectares, is known for its gnarled oaks and sunrises, which already captivated Caspar David Friedrich and Philipp Otto Runge. Together they wandered the island and told Goethe about its beauty in letters.

Read more: "Vilm island"
© Mirko Boy/ hadiko

Hotel bathhouse Goor

  • Fürst-Malte-Allee, 18581 Lauterbach

In an absolutely quiet location, directly on the water and the biosphere reserve Southeast Ruegen, you will find here your ideal vacation hotel of the upper category with brine bath, indoor pool and spa area. Impressive is already the approach through the avenue to the colonnade of the classicist building built in 1818 ...

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Path of leisure & knowledge

  • Fürst-Malte-Allee, 18581 Lauterbach

Let yourself be impressed by the history and development of the Goor Forest! Imposing trees, burial mounds and fantastic views of a Baltic Sea bay of the Island of Rügen will inspire you. During the hike you will immerse yourself in this magical forest by the sea, come to rest and deepen your contact with nature and yourself. This forest, which is developing into a "primeval forest", is largely in the care of the Michael Succow Foundation for the Protection of Nature.

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© Sebastian Götte

Harbour of Lauterbach

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18581 Lauterbach

Lauterbach municipal harbour is located on the Rügen Bay in the south-east of the island of Rügen. With the narrow-gauge railway " Racing Roland" at the Lauterbach pier, it is an ideal starting point for excursions across the island. Restaurants and cafés offer a wide range of culinary delights.

Read more: "Harbour of Lauterbach"
View of the marina from the Goor bathhouse, © TMV/Fischer

in the jaich water holiday world Rügen

  • Am Yachthafen, 18581 Lauterbach

Vacation resort and environmentally friendly full service marina

Read more: "in the jaich water holiday world Rügen"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Vilm island

  • 18581 Vilm

Vilm, Rügen's small sister island of only a few hectares, is known for its gnarled oaks and sunrises, which already captivated Caspar David Friedrich and Philipp Otto Runge. Together they wandered the island and told Goethe about its beauty in letters.

Read more: "Vilm island"
© Mirko Boy/ hadiko

Hotel bathhouse Goor

  • Fürst-Malte-Allee, 18581 Lauterbach

In an absolutely quiet location, directly on the water and the biosphere reserve Southeast Ruegen, you will find here your ideal vacation hotel of the upper category with brine bath, indoor pool and spa area. Impressive is already the approach through the avenue to the colonnade of the classicist building built in 1818 ...

Read more: "Hotel bathhouse Goor"
© TMV/UB

Path of leisure & knowledge

  • Fürst-Malte-Allee, 18581 Lauterbach

Let yourself be impressed by the history and development of the Goor Forest! Imposing trees, burial mounds and fantastic views of a Baltic Sea bay of the Island of Rügen will inspire you. During the hike you will immerse yourself in this magical forest by the sea, come to rest and deepen your contact with nature and yourself. This forest, which is developing into a "primeval forest", is largely in the care of the Michael Succow Foundation for the Protection of Nature.

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Your destination:
Pfad der Muße und Erkenntnis (4 km / 1 Tagestour)
Fürst-Malte-Allee 1
18581 Lauterbach



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Pfad der Muße und Erkenntnis (4 km / 1 Tagestour)

Fürst-Malte-Allee 1
18581 Lauterbach


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