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NSG Kuhlenvenn

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Recommended by 28 out of 30 hikers

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  • Dennis

    The Kuhlenvenn and Fürstenkuhle are remnants of what was once the largest moors in Westphalia. The White Venn. The Kuhlenvenn was indeed deprived of its entire peat layer, but nevertheless it is a valuable nature reserve. Greylag geese are found here in large numbers. Not infrequently, around 1,000 birds gather on the autumn migration! Even Siberian long-tailed geese, tundra seed and white-cheeked geese mix with the crowd.

    Both the Kuhlenvenn and the Fürstenkuhle are circled by circular trails. The path on the Kuhlenvenn is mostly paved and is also suitable for wheelchair and cyclists.

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  • Jochen

    Pure nature ... a lot of plumage to see;)

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  • ASTU46 🚶‍♀️ 🚴‍♀️ 🐕 🙋‍♀️

    A narrow pedestrian path leads right past the water, although it is good to walk but full of mosquitoes that we have scared

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  • Dennis

    The Kuhlenvenn and Fürstenkuhle are remnants of what was once the largest moors in Westphalia. The White Venn. The Kuhlenvenn was indeed deprived of its entire peat layer, but nevertheless it is a valuable nature reserve. Greylag geese are found here in large numbers. Not infrequently, around 1,000 birds gather on the autumn migration! Even Siberian long-tailed geese, tundra seed and white-cheeked geese mix with the crowd.
    Both the Kuhlenvenn and the Fürstenkuhle are circled by circular trails. The path on the Kuhlenvenn is mostly paved and is also suitable for wheelchair and cyclists.

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  • Doris und der Marc

    Nice tour, worth it

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  • Elevation120 m