Tiefblaue Gewässer, verwunschene Wälder oder imposante Wasserfälle – you name it, we got it. Wir stellen dir hier 10 unvergleichliche Wanderungen vor, die definitiv auf deine Bucket-Liste kommen sollten.Die unterschiedlichen Tagestouren sind über ganz Deutschland verteilt und mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln erreichbar. Manche verlaufen auf flachen Wegen und sind auch für Wanderanfänger geeignet, andere sind herausfordernd. Bei Rostock wanderst du durch Geisterwälder direkt am Meer, in der Westruper Heide triffst du auf eine lila Farbexplosion, in Wülfrath auf smaragdgrünes Wasser und an der Ostsee auf ein gelbes Farbenmeer. Du hast es lieber kühl und schattig? Dann nichts wie ab zu den Buchenegger Wasserfällen, dem hochgelegenen Eibsee oder in den Spreewald zu einer Kanutour. Ein wahres Abenteuer wartet auf dich in der Sächsischen Schweiz sowie auf den Wegen zur Rakotzbrücke und der Zwillbrocker Venn immer für eine Überraschung gut. Was auch immer dein Abenteuer-Herz begehrt die Tourenvorschläge der Techniker lassen keine Wünsche offen.Und falls du noch ein paar gesunde Tipps für deine Wanderung brauchst, schau' mal hier vorbei: tk.de/techniker/magazin/lifestyle/special/deutschlandreise-2086034
Between the azalea and rhododendron parks you will find one of the most bizarre bridges in the world: the Rakotz Bridge. When you ask locals about the bridge, they sometimes look at you questionably. Popularly, it is often referred to as the devil's bridge. Especially at sunset, it gets a devilish red color. Devilishly beautiful.Important: The bridge itself must not be entered!
With its turquoise water surfaces and high overgrown rock walls, the former quarry in Wülfrath offers a habitat for many plant and animal species and, above all, an impressive backdrop.The other quarry lakes in the region are also bursting with Canada impressions and color explosions. No matter what time of year, the landscape here is always impressive.
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Do you know where the Swedish holes in Saxon Switzerland got their name from? During the Thirty Years' War in the 16th century, farmers used the gorge to hide their belongings from Swedish troops.If you hike through the rugged rock formations, you will immediately recognize that there are all sorts of good hiding places here. The romantic and at the same time adventurous gorge leads you between green walls and rugged rocks over approx. 700 steps and two steep iron ladders between Amselgrund and Gansweg to the Bastei.Spectacular views await you on the Bastei: at your feet the famous sandstone cliffs and on the horizon the Table Mountains rise south of the Elbe. A hike you will dream of long after you get back home!
Fairytale, ghostly, magical: the ghost forest in Nienhagen. In the 1300 meter long part of the forest you will discover bizarre tree and root formations that give the forest its name.The tree population consists of up to 170 year old oak, beech, hornbeam and ash. When the sun is a little lower, the mood is most beautiful.
Flamingos? Yes, you read that correctly. The pink-pink birds breed in the Venn every year. The Chile flamingo, the European pink flamingo, sporadically also the Caribbean flamingo and the dwarf flamingo can be seen in the Zwillbrocker Venn. During the breeding season in April / May you can often find 50 flamingos on the water.The birds that see the light of day here in May / June will come back a few years later to raise their own offspring. The long-legged splashes of color spend the cold winter months in the Netherlands, Ijssel and Veluwemeers and on the Rhine delta, as milder temperatures prevail there.
Schleswig-Holstein is famous for its yellow rapeseed fields. Since rapeseed is never grown twice in a row on the same field, there is no specific information about where the most beautiful rapeseed fields can be found. Those who hike through the country will quickly find the yellow fields. Especially here, because the seeds are divided annually.From the end of April, the landscape turns into a yellow sea of flowers. Until July you can admire the glowing yellow spectacle under the deep blue sky right by the sea.
The natural cultural landscape of the Spreewald is crossed by an incredible number of watercourses. A dreamlike palette of green tones and fresh forest air surround you.Tip: You can climb the wooden construction and enjoy a wonderful view of the wide meadows. This area is a well-known resting place for cranes. If you are lucky, you will even spot otters and beavers in the thicket.
The picturesque dream of the blooming Westruper Heide: While these heath areas were previously widespread on sandy soils, industrialization has narrowed them down and made them a “rare” sight.It is always relaxing and beautiful in the heath, but if you want to marvel at the purple sea of colors, the Westruper Heide is the destination for you until the heather bloom in August and September.
The Buchenegg waterfalls are an impressive natural spectacle, which provides attraction especially after the snow has melted in the spring and lures you to swim in midsummer. One or the other dares to jump from the rocks into the so-called "pools" - but caution is required.A wonderful water world embedded in the Allgäu mountain landscape - but that also means that the trails are rather demanding. So don't forget good shoes in addition to your swimming trunks and bikini.
The picturesque Eibsee lies below Germany's highest mountain. North of the steep slopes of the Wetterstein Mountains, the extensive lake is embedded in an untouched mountain landscape. Especially from the north shore you have a breathtaking view: The deep blue water of the lake spreads out in front of you, dark conifers line up on the shore and the Zugspitze stretches dramatically into the sky.Without question, the Eibsee is one of the most beautiful mountain lakes in the Alps. At the end of the Würm ice age, the Isar-Loisach glacier withdrew here, leaving a large depression below the Zugspitze that filled with water.