The Fläming Heath gets everyone moving. The asphalt tracks of the Fläming Skate, which is enormously popular with inline-skaters and cyclists, lead through the woods, meadows and fields of the Lower Fläming Heath. In the Nuthe-Nieplitz Nature Park, Nordic walking enthusiasts have a choice of any of 43 FlämingWalk loops. Hikers in the High Fläming Nature park can ramble from one castle, like the medieval Burg Rabenstein, where they can enjoy local specialities or watch falconers at their work, to the next. Horse riders especially like the sandy forest tracks of the nature park where they can enjoy nature and tranquillity. This region, to the south-east of Berlin, is famous for its asparagus, which flourishes in the area around Beelitz. Once the harvest is over, the Spargelreiter (asparagus riders) set out over the fields. Impressive cold bloods can be seen at the annual “Racecourse Titans” show in Brück. One of Brandenburg’s oldest glass-works is in the Baruth glacial valley. In the Baruth Glassworks’ museum village the furnaces are still being operated, and visitors can try their hand at glass blowing. In Zinna Abbey visitors can watch hand weavers at work, or watch the legendary Zinnaer Klosterbruder herbal liqueur being prepared according to ancient recipes.