Eppendorfer Moor

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Recommended by 28 out of 30 hikers


  • InForAPenny-InForAPound

    Personally, I like it best here in the winter months and in the spring. First, foliage-free tree skeletons fit well with the moor atmosphere and secondly, the probability of a high water level increases, so that outside the two bog ponds, many trees are well deep in the water.

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    • January 1, 2018

  • JR56

    In the middle of the northern urban agglomeration on the busy Alsterkrugchaussee and near the busy airport Fuhlsbüttel there is a green oasis, which is considered by the daily residents to be a green area rather than a nature reserve. The Eppendorfer Moor is, with all restrictions due to the pollution of the urbanized area, a protected area with still considerable importance as a habitat for moor-typical plant and animal species.Many paths lead into the bog, directly from residential quarters and traffic roads. And those who follow them and not only indulge in the mass pleasure of jogging or pursue the greedy dog can indulge in a beautiful landscape and dream of its past. hamburg.de/naturschutzgebiete/39370/eppendorfer-moor

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    • February 10, 2020

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Location: Hamburg, Germany


  • Elevation40 m

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