Mountain Biking Highlight
The 169.2 meter high Wilseder mountain is the highest elevation of the northwest German lowlands. It is one of the most famous landscape parts of the Lüneburg Heath and is one of the first properties of today's nature reserve, which acquired the well-known Heide Pastor Wilhelm Bode from Egestorf for the Association Nature Park e.V. (VNP) in 1910.
2016.08.02 - It is worthwhile to be on the "Wilseder Berg" for the sunset. But do not forget to take the flashlight with you. The car must stop in "Undeloh". It is a hike of about 5km over Wilsede to the "Wilseder Berg". 5km back and 5km back. Or a bike, but that goes with light please.
The descent direction Wilsede is wide with even slope and can be very nice roll. From time to round boulders, you can use great as a small kicker. If you are looking for a bit more curves, loose boulders and thrills, you should first take the direction of Niederhaverbeck and then follow the narrower path to the north on the right. Also uphill fun & technically more demanding than the way from Wilsede. :-)
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