Getting to Ponderosa can be a little bit tricky. We’re out in the countryside, and the transport connections are not regular. Most of the time, though, there are these three steps:
Below are the details on each step. The first section gives the simplest possible way to get here. Below that, there is a bigger section with all the possible variations on the theme.
If you want to check these details again during your journey, it can be helpful to save them to your computer or phone, or write them down — mobile internet reception out in the countryside can be pretty weak. You may also want to save our location via Open Street Map, Google Maps, or Apple Maps, or get more information on our contact page. Ok, ready? Let’s go.
The simplest way
Hey Ponderosa! Can you give me the most straightforward, easiest, simplest, I-don’t-wanna-have-to-think-about-it version of the directions?
Yes, we can. Here you go. Just note that these instructions apply to weekdays only.They do not apply to weekends or public holidays.
All the other ways
So, here are the three basic steps again:
And, in case you’re not going with the simple version, here are all the ways to do these three steps.
Step 1: Get to Berlin
Step 2: Take a train from Berlin to Angermünde
Step 3: Take a bus from Angermünde to Stolzenhagen
Here’s where it can get a bit tricky. There are two options: a normal public bus, or a Rufbus (a taxi-bus that you will need to call ahead-of-time on the phone).
By public bus:
Once you arrive
By public bus: