Warnow Breakthrough Valley Round Trip (4 km | 1 day trip)

Route

4 km

  • Tour tips: Wooden bridge, Slavic castle wall, natural meadows, resting place, erratic blocks

Railroad connection: Blankenberg

You can reach the other side of the river on dry feet via a wooden bridge., © TMV/outdoor-visions.com

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Warnow Breakthrough Valley Round Trip (4 km | 1 day trip)

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4 km

Stages: 1 day On natural, narrow paths this tour leads through the largest breakthrough valley in the north. The Warnow has dug a bed up to 30 meters deep here. Hikers enjoy the original, wild landscape as much as beavers and kingfishers.

Stages: 1 day On natural, narrow paths this tour leads through the largest breakthrough valley in the north. The Warnow has dug a bed up to 30 meters deep here. Hikers enjoy the original, wild landscape as much as beavers and kingfishers.

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The starting point is the parking lot at the nature reserve "Warnow-Mildenitz-Durchbruchstal" near Groß Görnow. Before the hike really gets underway, an information board provides information about this special landscape. First, the trail leads down to the Warnow River and along the bank for a few hundred meters until the hikers reach a wooden bridge. Here begins the ascent along a narrow path to the remains of a 1000-year-old hilltop castle. A display board gives an overview of the Slavic site. Those who want to learn more about this historical period can go on a journey through time in the open-air museum in Groß Raden, which is only six kilometers away.

Following the castle rampart, the trail runs parallel to the riverbank at a height of up to 30 meters above the Warnow River. Magnificent mixed forest with rustic hornbeams surrounds the hikers on this section until they reach a sheep paddock. There they meet the Warnow and follow the river across wild wetlands and natural meadows back into the forest. At Klein Raden, a bridge crosses the Warnow. Just behind it is a rest area.

Now we return along the other bank of the river. Next to the hikers, the Warnow forces its way through a narrow valley. Debris and rocks in its bed make for a wildwater-like course of the river. The steeply rising banks give this landscape an almost low mountain range character. Here and there the gnaw marks of beavers can be seen. Even their castle can be seen. And with a little luck, the large rodents can even be seen on the banks. Strong copper beeches close their canopy above the heads of the hikers. In spring, wood anemones, liverworts, larkspur, lungwort and lily of the valley form a delicate carpet of flowers on the forest floor.

On the way back to Groß Görnow, hikers keep discovering erratic blocks. These huge stones were brought here by the glaciers during the last ice age. Plaques along the way provide information about their journey.

Hints on how to get there:
From Berlin and Hamburg by RE to Blankenberg. Continue by bus to Sternberg. From here arrange pick-up with accommodation provider.

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Slavic rampart near Groß Görnow

  • 19406 Groß Görnow

Here you can admire the remains of a Slavic hilltop castle over 1000 years old. The local rampart is a typical example of the need for protection and defense in the Slavic period.

Read more: "Slavic rampart near Groß Görnow"
© Landesamt für Kultur und Denkmalpflege Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Landesarchäologie

Open Air Archaeological Museum Groß Raden

  • Kastanienallee, 19406 Groß Raden

Located on a peninsula in Lake Groß Raden, the open-air museum provides insights into the life of the Northwest Slavic tribes a thousand years ago with faithful replicas of dwellings and craft workshops as well as a temple.

Read more: "Open Air Archaeological Museum Groß Raden"
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Warnow wooden bridge near Groß Görnow

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 19406 Groß Görnow

On the wooden bridge you cross the Warnow on this round trip through the Warnow breakthrough valley.

Read more: "Warnow wooden bridge near Groß Görnow"
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Footbridge Klein Raden

  • 18249 Warnow

The bridge takes you across the Warnow River in the nature reserve and connects wetlands and natural meadows.

Read more: "Footbridge Klein Raden"
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Hikers' parking lot

  • 19406 Groß Görnow

This parking lot serves as a starting point to explore one of the largest breakthrough valleys in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

Read more: "Hikers' parking lot"
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Erratic blocks in the Warnow breakthrough valley near Groß Görnow

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 19406 Groß Görnow

The glacial nature reserve Durchbruchstal der Warnow und Mildenitz impresses with its varied and unspoiled beauty. This also includes erratic blocks and smaller bedloads.

Read more: "Erratic blocks in the Warnow breakthrough valley near Groß Görnow"
© Stadtinformation Sternberg

Tourist Information Bureau of Sternberg

  • Am Markt, 19406 Sternberg am See

Leaflets, the distribution of information material and maps, accommodation, arranged bicycle hire in town, guided tours of the town and walks, tourist fishing licences issued.

Read more: "Tourist Information Bureau of Sternberg"
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Slavic rampart near Groß Görnow

  • 19406 Groß Görnow

Here you can admire the remains of a Slavic hilltop castle over 1000 years old. The local rampart is a typical example of the need for protection and defense in the Slavic period.

Read more: "Slavic rampart near Groß Görnow"
© Landesamt für Kultur und Denkmalpflege Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Landesarchäologie

Open Air Archaeological Museum Groß Raden

  • Kastanienallee, 19406 Groß Raden

Located on a peninsula in Lake Groß Raden, the open-air museum provides insights into the life of the Northwest Slavic tribes a thousand years ago with faithful replicas of dwellings and craft workshops as well as a temple.

Read more: "Open Air Archaeological Museum Groß Raden"
© TMV/outdoor-visions.com

Warnow wooden bridge near Groß Görnow

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 19406 Groß Görnow

On the wooden bridge you cross the Warnow on this round trip through the Warnow breakthrough valley.

Read more: "Warnow wooden bridge near Groß Görnow"
© TMV

Footbridge Klein Raden

  • 18249 Warnow

The bridge takes you across the Warnow River in the nature reserve and connects wetlands and natural meadows.

Read more: "Footbridge Klein Raden"
© TMV/outdoor-visions.com

Hikers' parking lot

  • 19406 Groß Görnow

This parking lot serves as a starting point to explore one of the largest breakthrough valleys in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

Read more: "Hikers' parking lot"
© TMV

Erratic blocks in the Warnow breakthrough valley near Groß Görnow

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 19406 Groß Görnow

The glacial nature reserve Durchbruchstal der Warnow und Mildenitz impresses with its varied and unspoiled beauty. This also includes erratic blocks and smaller bedloads.

Read more: "Erratic blocks in the Warnow breakthrough valley near Groß Görnow"
© Stadtinformation Sternberg

Tourist Information Bureau of Sternberg

  • Am Markt, 19406 Sternberg am See

Leaflets, the distribution of information material and maps, accommodation, arranged bicycle hire in town, guided tours of the town and walks, tourist fishing licences issued.

Read more: "Tourist Information Bureau of Sternberg"
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Warnow-Durchbruchstal Rundtour (4 km | 1 Tagestour)
19406 Groß Görnow



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Warnow-Durchbruchstal Rundtour (4 km | 1 Tagestour)

19406 Groß Görnow


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