Best trails in Worpswede, Lower Saxony

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Looking for a great trail near Worpswede, Lower Saxony? AllTrails has 13 great road biking trails, views trails, river trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 9 easy trails in Worpswede ranging from 2.9 to 35.8 miles and from 16 to 200 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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#1 - Torf und Loren
Worpswede, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Length: 19.5 mi
#2 - Die rote Route - Zum "Breiten Wasser" im Teufelsmoor
Worpswede, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Length: 10.2 mi
The wide meadows of the Niedermoor along the Hamme and its tributaries Umbeck and Beek characterize the small journey between the Weyerberg and the village of Teufelsmoor. Between the two old settlements there is undeveloped land of unique beauty. "Doves Moor", the peasants called the barren high moor before the vernacular made the "Düwels Moor". The nature reserve "Wide Water" with its water surfaces, the ever-changing views of the Weyerberg and the idyll of the old peat ship landing stage in New Heligoland make the tour an experience.Show more
#3 - Die Acht: Worpswede, Hammeiederung
Worpswede, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Length: 18 mi
In keeping with the opening of the new connection between Melchers Hütte and Tietjens Hütte, a new, approx. 30 km long bike tour has been created. It can be started at the Worpsweder Touristinformation as well as at all restaurants of the route. Parklpätze are available everywhere. "The Eight" connects Worpswede with Hammeiederung, a very extensive and unique landscape area. There are many interesting stops waiting for all bikers. For example, the Worpsweder Mill can be explored, the width of water invites you to relax and admire the reserve, at a bird watching station undisturbed bird diversity can be discovered and last but not least the new way between Melchershütte and Tietjenshütte be driven and tested.Show more
#4 - Radtour: Die lila Route - Über die "Brücke mit dem Knick"
Worpswede, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Length: 13.7 mi • Est. 5 h 48 m
The purple route offers nature and history. With the nature reserve "Breites Wasser", the center of Worpswede and the Moorexpress you experience the Teufelsmoor in its most beautiful way. It is 22 km long and signposted. The cycle route starts at the tourist information office for Worpswede and leads you first through the historic center with its old farms and the Worpsweder Rathaus. Continue to the studios "Vor dem Pferdeweiden", which were established by Martin Kausche, and directly to the still working Worpsweder Mühle. Old clinker stone streets are marked by the heavy loads they once carried. Along the Semkenfahrt you head towards Hamme to the bridge with the bend, which leads you directly to one of the traditional Hammehütten "Melchers Hütte". From here it goes along the route of the historic Moorexpress to Osterholz-Scharmbeck with its districts Ahrensfelde and Penningbüttel. Far away from traffic on old, but still used agricultural roads, you get into the nature reserve. The route leads along the so-called bacon ditch over the Beek, a tributary of the Hamme, to the "wide water. The wide sky arched over flat green land, the wind drives clouds of cloud in front of them and pushes them together in ever new, fleeting images. From here you have a beautiful view of the Weyerberg, on which you drive straight. You pass another restaurant, the restaurant "Hammehütte Neu Helgoland", where formerly the peat boatmen rested during their multi-day trips from Teufelsmoor to Bremen. If you like, take a peat barge from Hammehafen, borrow a canoe or return to the bistro at the campsite. A dip in the Hamme brings cooling and the lovingly created Hammestrand invites you to a subsequent sunbathing, if the weather is right. The route continues to the Worpswede station designed by Heinrich Vogeler in Art Nouveau style, bus stop for the Moorexpress and quaint restaurant before the tour ends at the tourist information.Show more
#5 - Die grüne Route: Von Torfschiffern, Kanälen und Dämmen
Worpswede, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Length: 14.4 mi
Via Bergstraße and Schluh, this route turns into the mysterious green of the Ernst-Licht-Weg. Shortly afterwards, in Neu Bergedorf, the route goes along the canals, dams and birch lined avenues through meadows and pastures. In the peat shipyard museum in Schlußdorf the history of peat shipping is on display. Up until 1957 more than 600 peat barges were made here at the shipyard. Past the Tarmstedter Moor through the village of Adolphsdorf the route leads back to Weyerberg. Fields and meadows alternate with old trees on the southern slope of the Weyerberg.Show more
#6 - Hammeniederung 1
Worpswede, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Length: 6.4 mi • Est. 2 h 39 m
The perfect Sunday trip followed by coffee and cake dinner! Park your car in the hiking car park at Café Brinkhof. Follow the wide gravel path to Beekbrücke, which you cross over. From there you walk to the crossroads. There you choose the left path, which leads you to a bird watching station. Continue on the path, which now makes a left turn. Now the Hamme is on your left side and on the right you have a beautiful view of the Hamme lowland. Ignore the railroad crossing and continue on the path until you see a path on your right. This can be flooded or muddy in heavy showers or in winter! This path will take you to an observation tower from which you can overlook the entire area. Rest here and enjoy the silence. Behind the tower is a small moorland that you can view from the outside.Show more
#7 - Die gelbe Route: Moorklinkerstraße und Birkenalleen
Worpswede, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Length: 7.8 mi
Past the Käseglocke, Barkenhoff and Niedersachenstein, you cycle to the Moorkinker roads of the villages Südwede, Westerwede and Worpheim. Old half-timbered houses are along the cobbled streets. The houses stand on small hills, so-called terps which formerly protected against flooding. Today, the "Floating Land of Waakhausen" is past. The Way of the Dead is reminiscent of the times when Worpswede did not yet have its own church. Until 1759, the current artist's village belonged to the monastery church of Osterholz.Show more
#8 - Klimatour Teufelsmoor
Worpswede, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Length: 28.9 mi
The KlimaTour Teufelsmoor is fully dedicated to the topic of climate change. The glaciers are melting and the sea level is rising! Many people associate these phenomena with the topic of climate change. In the cultivated land Teufelsmoor, however, these are not (yet) directly observable. However, to what extent climate change is becoming noticeable here and what effects the economic activity in Teufelsmoor has on the climate can be experienced on the KlimaTour. The traces of climate change are small, but clear. The 42-kilometer circuit, starting at the Tourist Information Center in Worpswede, will take you along 9 climate points through the world of climate change. What does the fictitious sea level of the future look like? What are the consequences of draining the moors? How does the Hamme deal with increasing solar radiation? These and other questions are answered at the different climate points along the way. During your excursion, you will also pass the viewpoint "Himmelstreppe", from where you have an impressive view of the Hammniederung. To get more detailed information on the route and the individual climatic points, our brochure KlimaTour Teufelsmoor is available for download at the link below. The print product is currently not available. Since this theme route is not signposted, we recommend driving the tour with GPS support.Show more
#9 - Moorlehrpfad
Worpswede, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Length: 2.9 mi • Est. 1 h 14 m
Since 2013, this historical connection between the towns of Teufelsmoor and Verlüßmoor has been offering visitors a nature trail on topics such as moorland and peat extraction. Accompanied by bird's voices, you can experience the full beauty of the renatured Günnemoor in the middle of the nature reserve Torfkanal and Randmoore on this wooden path. Large panels explain the history and significance of the moor, and an open peat sting reveals the nature of the millennia-old soil. The 2 km trail is only accessible outside the breeding season from mid-June to October to protect the birds. You can start in the bend of the L 153. There is a Unterstellhäuschen, bike racks and information boards. Parking and toilets are available at the recently opened "Small House in the Moor", which offers an exhibition on the village of Teufelsmoor. Also a peat sting can be visited. The address is: Teufelsmoorstraße 29, 27711 Osterholz-Scharmbeck. If you have hiked the path, you can either go back the way or alternatively continue towards Hambergen.Show more
#10 - Bremen-Teufelsmoor
Worpswede, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Length: 54.4 mi
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