The Eder is almost 180 kilometers long tributary of the Fulda. Its source is a so-called slope debris source, from which on average 1.2 liters of water are released per minute. Shortly after the emergence of the Eder flows through the Ederbruch, a mainly with alders, moor birches and peat and white mosses overgrown moorland, where more small streams and rivulets are recorded. An ideal place for rest and relaxation!
July 6, 2017
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