Pilgrimage routes in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

Mindful hiking

The Helpter Berg - Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania's highest peak - measures 179 meters. That's enough to get the girlfriends out of breath! Of course, don't forget to sign the summit book!

Pilgrimage routes in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

Mindful hiking

Step by step away from the hectic everyday life to deceleration, peace and mindfulness. A hiking break in the unique nature between the Baltic Sea and the Lake District brings body, mind and soul into harmony.

Step by step away from the hectic everyday life to deceleration, peace and mindfulness. A hiking break in the unique nature between the Baltic Sea and the Lake District brings body, mind and soul into harmony.

Fresh expanse, fragrant silence, wild grace and natural energy

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is a source of strength that stimulates all the senses. Whether spiritual or mental hiking, the aim is often to leave the stress behind and come closer to yourself with every step. Blue horizons, the gentle sound of the sea, fresh forest air and tranquil lakes make it easy to slow down and be completely in the here and now.

Pilgrimage trails

The old pilgrimage trails promise heavenly peace and blissful inspiration. In the midst of calming vastness and liberating silence. On the Via Baltica, the St. James pilgrimage route of St. Birgitta of Sweden or the Mecklenburg Lake District pilgrimage route, pilgrims come very close to heaven. You hike through forests and meadows, fishing villages and Hanseatic towns and past lakes and rivers to the imposing brick witnesses of medieval reverence for God.

 

Mindful hiking

When mindful or meditative hiking, the destination is not important. The focus is on the need to calm down, enjoy the moment and discover new experiences of nature. The equilibrium of walking allows you to pause, leave the stresses of everyday life behind and find yourself.

Pilgrimage routes in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

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Mecklenburg Lake District Pilgrimage Route (101-153 km / 6-11 day stages)

On the Mecklenburg Lake District Pilgrimage Trail you can enjoy nature, get out of familiar everyday paths and gain new experiences. The unique density of old churches allows for contemplation, reflection and prayer in most villages. Clear lakes, hilly landscapes with meadows or beech forests, animals that have become rare such as osprey and kingfisher teach you to marvel at God's creation.

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Wide land, so close to heaven - pilgrimage in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, © Archiv Ev.-Luth. Kirchenkreis Mecklenburg

St. Birgitta Pilgrimage Route (310 km)

  • Length: 310 km

Stages: 14 days Today's Birgitta Pilgrimage Route runs from Sassnitz on the island of Rügen via the Hanseatic City of Stralsund, Güstrow, the State capital Schwerin on to Zarrenthin and on to Lower Saxony. Past masterpieces of brick Gothic, through the Sternberg Lake District and to former monasteries - this is how the pilgrimage route of St. Birgitta is believed to have been in 1341.

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Via Baltica (360 km)

  • Length: 360 km

Stages: 16 days In our hectic times, more and more people are looking for heavenly peace and divine inspiration. They find it in the liberating expanse of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

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Mecklenburg Lake District Pilgrimage Route (101-153 km / 6-11 day stages)

On the Mecklenburg Lake District Pilgrimage Trail you can enjoy nature, get out of familiar everyday paths and gain new experiences. The unique density of old churches allows for contemplation, reflection and prayer in most villages. Clear lakes, hilly landscapes with meadows or beech forests, animals that have become rare such as osprey and kingfisher teach you to marvel at God's creation.

Read more: "Mecklenburg Lake District Pilgrimage Route (101-153 km / 6-11 day stages)"
Wide land, so close to heaven - pilgrimage in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, © Archiv Ev.-Luth. Kirchenkreis Mecklenburg

St. Birgitta Pilgrimage Route (310 km)

  • Length: 310 km

Stages: 14 days Today's Birgitta Pilgrimage Route runs from Sassnitz on the island of Rügen via the Hanseatic City of Stralsund, Güstrow, the State capital Schwerin on to Zarrenthin and on to Lower Saxony. Past masterpieces of brick Gothic, through the Sternberg Lake District and to former monasteries - this is how the pilgrimage route of St. Birgitta is believed to have been in 1341.

Read more: "St. Birgitta Pilgrimage Route (310 km)"
© TMV/Foto@Andreas-Duerst.de

Via Baltica (360 km)

  • Length: 360 km

Stages: 16 days In our hectic times, more and more people are looking for heavenly peace and divine inspiration. They find it in the liberating expanse of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

Read more: "Via Baltica (360 km)"
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On more than 800 km through seven nature parks and one national park, the nature park trail leads through Mecklenburg-Vorpommern., © TMV/Gänsicke

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Hiking through the Feldberg lake district on the nature park trail with views of the landscape and lakes.

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