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3 hours 40 minutes
|Start||Bad Zwischenahn, Edewecht|
|Destination||Edewecht, Bad Zwischenahn|
|duration||3 hours 40 minutes|
|total ascend||25 m|
|elevation max||12 m|
|elevation min||3 m|
The fen settlements typical of the region in Ammerland belong to a last wave of colonization in the 18th century to develop the moorland. It goes along green, sparsely populated residential streets, moor meadows and some colorful wild meadows. The route is characterized by straight bog trails that are easy to cycle and lead through the wide fen area around Petersfehn and along the coastal canal. The new course of the route now also leads through the Fintlandsmoor. The moor ground station in the Kayhauser moor area is particularly worth seeing.
Highlights RIGHT AND LEFT OF THE ROUTE
The entire "Moorroute" tour is well signposted and is signposted with the route symbol in the cycle traffic system. The tour is signposted in both directions and the cyclist can ride the tour in both directions and combine it with the junction system. In addition, the intermediate signposts indicate the direction along the way.
The exact route description can be found on the GPX track.
No special equipment is required. A repair and breakdown kit can be carried for safety.
Listening station bog body in the Kayhauserfelder Moor - more than 90 years ago a bog body was found in the Kayhauser Moor in Bad Zwischenahn. The young boy was stabbed to death around 200 years before Christ and sunk in the moor. Just call and follow the radio play.
A28 / A29 / A31
You arrive by car along the A1 and A 29 autobahns to Oldenburg and from Oldenburg on along the A 28 towards Emden / Leer to Westerstede.
You will find public and free parking spaces at many start and finish points.
You can travel comfortably by train at the following train stations in Ammerland and the region.
Railway stations: Leer, Augustfehn, Westerstede-Ocholt, Bad Zwischenahn, Oldenburg, Rastede
You can easily reach the other places and districts by bus.
The tour directory & overview map "Discover the cycling landscape" can be ordered free of charge:
Tel .: +49 (0) 4488 56 30 00
Only available in German