Unterweserweg - Tag 6: Von Nordholz nach Cuxhaven
Hiking Highlight (Segment)
Andreas.Serenity4u and Bine.Serenity4u went for a hike.
April 14, 2020
Today's final stage on day 6 of our hike on the Unterweserweg is certainly one of the most beautiful stages on this tour and leads us from Nordholz via Berensch, Arensch, Sahlenburg and Duhnen to Cuxhaven, where the Unterweserweg ends at the train station.While we first hike through the landscapes familiar to us from the other days, after 6 km we meet the "Wadden Sea National Park".The hike along the summer polders and inland the Kratt forests near Berensch - oak forests with history - runs through the intermediate zone. We pass the historic Berenscher Grenzstein from 1576, which shows the Bremen coat of arms on one side and the Hamburg coat of arms on the other side. Beautiful views and numerous information boards make this section very entertaining, whereby we are getting closer and closer to the waterline.From Sahlenburg the path runs on the dike and offers beautiful views of the coast, but also the hinterland. Here we meet numerous highlights, such as the Wattenkieker, the Wadden Sea Visitor Center and the viewpoint at the Cuxhaven coastal heaths, until we finally reach the impressive Kugelbake from Cuxhaven, to which we make a detour. Then continue on the dike towards the Cuxhaven train station, the end point of the Unterweserweg.Once here we did it:6 daily stages with a total of 160 km - The Unterweserweg has given us, as locals and sleepers at home, many new, beautiful impressions of our homeland.
Marking signs:The Unterweserweg is marked by a yellow directional arrow, partly outlined in green.This hike is part of our two collections: "Unterweserweg"komoot.de/collection/921717/-unterweserweg"Cuxland, Osterholz and Rotenburg (Wümme)"komoot.de/collection/918921/-cuxland-osterholz-und-rotenburg-wuemme
Hello, may I ask where you stayed on your tour? Our plan was to hike from Cux to Bremen in May, but you can't get a room anywhere at the moment :(
April 26, 2020
@Melly: You are absolutely right. At the moment you cannot book (tourist) overnight stays anywhere in Germany. Since we come from the region, we completed the "Coronoa-compliant" tour as homespeople and day commuters and drove from home every day to the end and start point with two cars, so that we were completely independent of public transport, hotels, etc.