Start at the NaturparkHaus Bad Düben and walk first on the ‘Torgische Wanderweg’ through the beautiful old town of Bad Düben until you meet the ‘Tiglitzrundweg’ at a shopping center. Now the circular trail first leads together with the ‘Torgische Wanderweg’, in an easterly direction, out of the town. For the first three kilometers, a comfortable new asphalt path leads up a terminal moraine hill, which offers one of the most spectacular panoramic views of the town, the fields and the surrounding villages. Then it goes on natural forest paths through a part of the Tiglitz forest and after about one kilometer, the Tiglitz circular path branches off from the ‘Torgische Weg’ and it leads through the typical landscape of the Dübener Heide. A very beautiful old path leads alternately past fields and dives again and again into the nearby forest. The path is lined with old fruit trees and flowering hedges, no civilization noise, only the buzzing of insects and the trilling of larks accompany you during your hike. It feels as if you are being transported to an earlier time. Further on, past the heath villages of Kossa and Durchwehna, you re-enter the forest after about ten kilometers and the path leads into a shady damp valley. Here, shortly before the Gleinermühle, the Schleifbach is dammed and the beaver, the heraldic animal of the Düben Heath, has established itself here and left its mark. Through a viaduct, leaving the Gleinermühle on the right, the trail goes steeply uphill on the left along the Heidebahn track and along a green forest path in the direction of Bad Düben. Once the modern location of the federal police is reached, you are beckoned back to your starting point or destination after one kilometer.