Road Cycling Highlight
The Fulda is with 218 km length the longest river in Hessen and as left and / or western source river beside the longer, but less water leading Werra one of two source rivers of the Weser. Its catchment area covers 6,932 km².
The Fulda rises in the Hessian part of the Rhön at the Wasserkuppe and ends between Kaufunger forest and Reinhardswald in the three-river town of Hann. Münden (Lower Saxony). There, the Weser emerges from the confluence of Fulda and Werra, which in turn flows into the North Sea.
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