The barrier-free nature experience area Wilder Kermeter enables nature experience for people with and without disabilities on their own: barrier-free, fine graveled trails of 4.7 km in length open up the internationally important red beech mixed forests and two popular viewpoints in the forest area Kemeter. The terrain model on the rocky outcrop Hirschley lets sighted and non-sighted people feel the forest lake landscape. There are benches for resting every 250 meters. In addition, sensory couching at three locations offers new perspectives on the emerging second-hand virgin forests. The Wilde Kermeter has barrier-free toilets, disabled parking and a barrier-free bus stop. All information Wild Kermeter are available in raised capital letters and in braille or acoustically.Source: Eifel National Park, information brochure 2017erlebnis-region.de
February 3, 2018
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