Always a worthwhile destination for a hike at any time of the year.
The Düssel has its source in Wülfrath, from there it is 45 kilometers to the mouth in Düsseldorf.
The Düssel rises in Wülfrath and then flows through Wuppertal and Gruiten. It continues through the Neandertal, where the Düssel has cut into the limestone subsoil. The small river then flows largely in a natural bed through the towns of Haan, Mettmann and Erkrath and on to Gerresheim.
July 20, 2019
We were pleasantly surprised. A very nice tour, many benches available to rest. The signage was also felt to be good. Lots of variety, the Düssel accompanies you to a large extent. Today, Saturday, many like-minded people are out and about. Striking (in a pleasant way) the mountain bikers, it works if you show each other's consideration .. A friendly hello, a little smile, it doesn't hurt anyone, so it was only friendly people today, there were not a few., No curmudgeon today seen👍👍 Greetings from Pova
September 25, 2021
Wonderful nature reserve. You can find more information about the hike around the Ice Age game reserve Neandertal at: netreisetagebuch.de/eiszeitliche-wildgehege-neandertal
February 18, 2021
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