Das Éislek, im Norden des Landes, ist ein wahrer Tempel der Natur und ein Paradies für jeden Wanderer. Eine Vielzahl an Themenwegen zeigt Dir nicht nur die wunderschönen Naturlandschaften der Region, sondern liefert auch Informationen zu den verschiedensten Themen. Sei es rund ums Wasser, die Flora und Fauna oder die Gesteinswelten, ein jeder dieser Wanderwege wird Dich zum Staunen bringen. Alle thematischen Pfade sind ausgeschildert und oft wurden sie in Form eines Rundweges angelegt, so dass Du sicher zum Startpunkt zurückkehren kannst. Du musst Dich also nur noch für einen Weg oder ein Thema entscheiden und schon kann die Entdeckungsreise losgehen!
The "bunker hiking trail" begins in the place called "Friedboesch", about 2.4 km above Schlindermanderscheid.During the Second World War there were two bunkers in the vicinity.
In wartime, several young Luxembourgish conscientious objectors and deserters from the Nazi regime found shelter in one of these bunkers. From the end of May to September 10, 1944, the day of the liberation of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, no fewer than 17 people stayed here. The residents of the neighboring villages provided the hidden people with food, despite controls and supervision by the German soldiers.
In Hoscheid, in the middle of the Our Nature Park, a 6 km long sound circular route awaits you. Artists from home and abroad have created a variety of sound points that invite you to listen, make music and enjoy, that is, to discover a fascinating landscape. Listening points and sound sculptures make the circular hiking trail a worthwhile excursion destination, especially for families.
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Romp, explore nature, practice dexterity, have fun, enjoy the landscape - all this offers the forest adventure trail. Robi, the forest gnome awaits you at 9 stations. They make the 3 km hike a special experience. Enjoy the forest comfortably from the forest bed, climb the high seat and look for animals or try your climbing and balancing skills. In addition to the adventure trail, other hiking trails await you. There is also an arboretum where you can get to know the diversity of the trees and test your tree knowledge at a rally.
The educational trail is three km long and consists of 11 stations.
The bee Amelie shows you the way!100 years ago, there were around 1.1 million fruit trees in Luxembourg. H. about four fruit trees per inhabitant.
50 years later, the number of orchards has halved. There are currently fewer than 200,000 fruit trees in the country; H. a tree for less than 2 inhabitants. The condition of the fruit trees is poor overall and the ecological effects of the decline in the orchards are clearly noticeable.
The protection of orchards with their fruits is protection of biodiversity.
Bongerte are useful!
The nature trail leads you through the Conzefenn nature reserve.
Here you can expect a wide variety of wetlands, which lie along the two small rivers Kailsbach and Fennbach. The arnica, a typical plant of this area, will accompany you.
The Conzefenn is part of an old cultural landscape, in which you will find previously used lean meadows with arnica and bristle grass, but also bog areas.
The nature trail leads you along the Wiltz through oak low forests up to the "Hockslay", further to the lookout point "Ueweschlaed" and back over dry grass to Kautenbach. Along the way you will be given information about the different habitats and the plants growing there. The focus here is on the use of these plants in the past and today.
This circular route shows how the use of natural resources (water, wood, slate stone) has influenced the landscape and nature on the Obersauer over the past centuries.
The aspect of nature conservation and extensive use is also explained. The circular route leads along the Sauer through forests and moist valley bottoms, which form habitats for a species-rich, sometimes rare, flora and fauna. With a little luck, some wild birds can be observed in their natural environment. Furthermore, the circular route offers some spectacular views.
This circular hiking trail focuses primarily on the aspect of nature conservation and extensive use in the area of the "Misärshaff".
The path leads through meadows and pastures that have been used extensively to increase biodiversity for several years. Here, nature conservation is implemented through extensive agricultural use. In this context, the northern slope above the "Misärshaff" was converted from a mineral-fertilized mowing pasture to an extensively grazed area all year round. In this context it is possible to take a look at the accommodation of a small herd of Angus in the first third of the circular route.
The nature trail leads through one of the most beautiful and best preserved valleys in Luxembourg. The path touches numerous locations, e.g. B. Lohhecken, oak-hornbeam forest, sparing with conifers, gorse heaths, sunny rocky slopes and meadows.
The area is known for its plant diversity and is the only home known in Luxembourg for some endangered species that are on the "red list". In spring, the wild daffodils and pasque flowers attract numerous visitors.
This path leads through meadows, streams and forests. It illustrates the development of the Éislek landscape due to its management.The path leads out of Baschleiden towards the northeast, following the small stream. Through a forest area it goes to the legendary "Hellekessel". It ends here
the "Hämichterbaach" in the reservoir. The way back continues through the forest to "Laangescht". It then goes back to Baschleiden via meadows and fields.