Wide open meadows, mystical swamps, enchanted valleys – the Lüneburg Heath is one of Germany's oldest national parks and spectacularly beautiful in every season. In spring, the famous cotton grass blossoms everywhere, while moor frogs and blackcocks will hop across the paths in summer. In autumn, the mysterious fog is taking over the landscape, only to be replaced by a glittering icy coat in the winter. Spend a couple of days here, and the whole world will slow down. Whether you explore the heath on foot or bike, you can be sure to experience an unobtrusive wonder of nature.
Probably a nice route. But you should ensure the possibility of a return trip by train or bike, etc.
This is basically true for routes that are not Rundtouren.Mit Regards Peter
The Piezmoor is in the middle of March highly recommended, when the moor frog in mating season turns blue.
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