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Gohrischheiderundroute

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    Photo: Naturschutzgebietsverwaltung Königsbrücker Heide/ Gohrischheide
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    Photo: Elbe-Röder-Dreieck e.V.
  • / Triangulationssäule Jacobsthal
    Photo: Elbe-Röder-Dreieck e.V.
  • / Soldatenfriedhof Ehrenhain Zeithain
    Photo: Elbe-Röder-Dreieck e.V.
  • / Wildgehege Jacobsthal
    Photo: Elbe-Röder-Dreieck e.V.
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    Photo: Conny Petrat, Icon made by Freepik and Vectorgraphit from www.flaticon.com
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Experience nature on the edge of the nature reserve
easy
Distance 44.7 km
3:00 h
21 m
20 m
Follow the signs from the Elberadweg to the Gohrischheiderundweg. Passing through a forest, you will reach Jacobsthal. Here, hidden away, is the Saxon Triangulation Column. The route continues to Brandenburg. Here you can visit the prisoner of war camp Stalag IV B. You will pass through the villages of Kosilenzien and Kröbeln. Kosilenzien invites you with its gastronomy to stay and rest. On the way to Kröbeln the "Burgwall zu Cosilenzien", which was built between the late Bronze Age and the early Iron Age near the village, is fascinating. The route leads back to Saxony to the small village of Nieska. Here, too, small restaurants offer cyclists the opportunity to rest before continuing through the idyllic pond area of Spansberg to Tiefenau. The largest village on the Gohrischheiderund route is Zeithain. Once there, the fire department museum, the military history collection and the memorial Ehrenhain Zeithain invite you to learn about the history of the region.
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Update: October 08, 2021
Difficulty
easy
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
101 m
Lowest point
88 m
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Safety information

Partly natural paths

Tips and hints

Elbe- Röder- Triangle e.V.

T.: 035265/51270

www.elbe-roeder.de 

Start

Zeithain (99 m)
Coordinates:
DD
51.350264, 13.335886
DMS
51°21'01.0"N 13°20'09.2"E
UTM
33U 384114 5690091
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Destination

Zeithain

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Public transport

You can reach Zeithain with the RB 45 from Elsterwerda, Riesa and Chemnitz. In addition, you can arrive with the bus line 440 from Riesa, 442 from Strehla, 451 from Riesa and Großenhain, as well as with the line 407-441-433 from Meißen and Mühlberg/Elbe.

Getting there

Use the A4 in Dresden or exit on the A13 from Berlin. Continue to follow the B169 from Riesa or drive on the B98 to get to the starting point.

Parking

You can park in the surrounding area for free or for a fee. 

Coordinates

DD
51.350264, 13.335886
DMS
51°21'01.0"N 13°20'09.2"E
UTM
33U 384114 5690091
w3w 
///premiered.freedom.grained
Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Book recommendation by the author

Broschüre: 35 Radrouten Genuss- Radwandern Herausgeber: Dresden Marketing GmbH;

© Tourismusverband Elbland Dresden e.V.

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Equipment

Weatherproof clothing recommended

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Rating

1.5
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Pedro S.
August 29, 2017 · Community
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When did you do this route? August 28, 2017
Jens Kraze
March 22, 2015 · Community
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When did you do this route? March 22, 2015
Jens Kraze
May 25, 2014 · Community
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When did you do this route? May 25, 2014

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Difficulty
easy
Distance
44.7 km
Duration
3:00 h
Ascent
21 m
Descent
20 m
Circular route Refreshment stops available Cultural/historical interest

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