From Old Orchards to 1,000 Oak Trees
Around Hohenleipisch and to the Schradenberge in Saxony, untouched nature alternates with wooded areas and shady places. You are afforded wide open views over the Hohenleipisch orchards. They are especially beautiful in the summer, when the meadows become a sea of blossoms.
Opposite Hohenleipisch station, the path takes you through the forest, past meadows and through the tranquil village of Döllingen. Then you continue downhill in the direction of Plessa. Taking a break at the idyllically situated Elstermühle mill in Plessa will be particularly worth your while. Then you continue along partially paved paths along the Schwarze Elster. Behind the village Schraden, the path of the 1,000 oak trees begins, which continues all the way to Großkmehlen. Only a few steps from the Lindenau castle grounds, you will find some truly unspoilt countryside - a little paradise. Not well-trodden enough, a little bit weedy in places - but that is exactly what makes the path of the 1,000 oak trees a real insider tip. To the left of the path, the Neue Pulsnitz flows leisurely and with little current, behind it there is a field with lush flora along the course of the river. We recommend a visit to the Lindenau castle grounds and the refurbished Großkmehlen castle.
Length: 32 kilometres, 7-8 hours
How to get there:
- Public transport: Hohenleipsch station, return journey from Ortrand station
Hiking trail signposting
The tour takes you over natural, slightly hilly
Naturpark Niederlausitzer Heidelandschaft / Kurstadt Bad Liebenwerda - Mühlberg - Schradenland, ISBN 978-3-86843-063-9, Euro 5.90 each
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