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3 hours 20 minutes
|duration||3 hours 20 minutes|
|total ascend||34 m|
|elevation max||14 m|
The tour, which is around 52 kilometers long, leads from the Ammerland park landscape to the East Frisian fen landscape. The routes through Westerstederfeld and Ihorst offer the unique enjoyment of long, beautiful oak avenues and open wide views of the typical pasture landscape. The landscape opens up at Aper Tief and along the Südgeorgsfehn Canal. The farmhouses along the Fehn canals line up like pearls on a chain and you leave sparsely populated green residential streets, moor meadows, peat cutters and canals behind on the tour. The canals used to be used to remove the peat that was extracted. The beautifully prepared swimming lake in Großsander is ideal for a short break.
Highlights RIGHT AND LEFT OF THE ROUTE
The entire tour "Aper Fehngebiet" is well signposted and is signposted with the route symbol in the cycle traffic system. The tour is signposted in both directions and cyclists 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.
No special equipment is required. A repair and breakdown kit can be carried for safety.
The Hengstford mill is a gallery Dutch windmill. The mill has been owned by the municipality of Apen since 1984. The restaurant "Landgasthof Hengstford Mühle" is located in the adjacent miller's house. An ideal place for a culinary break.
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 .: 04488 56 30 00
Only available in German