We meet in Fischendorf in Leisnig on the right bank of the Freiberger Mulde in Grimmaer Straße 25 (4703 Leisnig).
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Experience our self-guided "Seven Bridge Tour" on our home route from Leisnig to Grimma. With the kayak or the canadian you can experience this tour alone or together with friends in a unique way. The route is the most popular in our tour offer. You start in Leisnig on the Freiberger Mulde with a view of the beautiful castle Mildenstein. You can then paddle all the way to Grimma without having to make any defence rounds. Small rapids and gravel hedges alternate with calm waters. You will pass the Podelwitz moated castle with its beautiful rest area. The Freiberger and Zwickauer Mulder merge in Sermuth. On the way you will also find all kinds of large rocks, boulders, lush vegetation and all kinds of waterfowl. Enjoy the silence on the water and the beautiful surrounding landscape along the Mulde.
We meet at the booked time in Fischendorf in Leisnig. A parking possibility is approx. 100 meters away. If you wish, you can also park in Grimma and we will organise a taxi ride to the starting point (please contact us in advance). At the starting point you can start and enjoy the tour immediately. Along the way you can stop at one of the beautiful rest areas. The tour ends on Colditzer Weg in Grimma after the hanging bridge on the left river bank. We recommend you to walk or cycle the way back and forth to the entrance point along the Mulde. On request we can also organise a taxi ride for you in advance (not included in the price).
- Freiberger and Vereinigte Mulde (Easy)
- The Mulde is a largely untouched, quiet river on which you can enjoy relaxing hours in beautiful nature.
- Starting point: Grimmaer Straße 25 near Leisnig/Fischendorf
- End point: Grimma (after hanging bridge left bank)
- Distance: 22 km
- Total Duration: Depends on you (max. until 6 pm)
- Complete high quality whitewater equipment and raft
- Life jackets in all sizes (also for small children)
- A second pair of shoes (which may get wet)
- Possibly food and beverages
- Possibly bathing things and a towel
- Minimum Age: None
- Swimming ability
Very nice tour! However, when the water level is relatively low, it is very adventurous for inexperienced paddlers, as you can often get stuck on the river bed on the first half of the route. When getting out of the kayak to get the kayak back on track, be sure to pay attention to where you step, otherwise you can get completely wet. Conclusion: highly recommended for paddlers who can handle the things described. Beginners should avoid the tour.
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