Scenic landscapes along the railway lines
The well-kept trails lead you by dense woods, extensive lakes and designated nature conservation sites. Information boards at the wayside provide travellers with insights into the history of these former railway tracks.
Suggested route for a one-day tour: 44 km to Bad Oldesloe and back
Your round trip starts in the easily reachable town of Bad Oldesloe with its green spa park. From here you follow Route B in the southern direction along the tracks of the Prussian State Railroad. On your way to Trittau, you can take a little detour to the village of Grönwohld with its historic Drahtmühle building dating back to the early 17th century. Your journey finally leads you to Trittau, where you will begin your journey back to Bad Oldesloe.
In a nutshell
- Length of route: 70 kilometres in total
- Sights: Historic station buildings • typical Holstein villages and towns • imposing manor houses • historic mills • Naturerlebnis Grabau • Europe’s longest fruit and wood discovery trail between Bad Oldesloe and Henstedt-Ulzburg
- Trail conditions: The high-quality cycle lanes are partially asphalted.
- Signage: The entire trail is signposted with the 'BahnRadWege' logo and equipped with information boards.
- Special features: Information boards at the wayside with facts and figures on the former railway lines • excellent connection by rail