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Manuel Andrack an der Werra: Fluss Ahoi!

Manuel Andrack an der Werra: Fluss Ahoi!

Intermediate
03:32
8.26 mi
2.3 mph
500 ft
225 ft
Intermediate Hiking Tour. Good fitness required. Easily-accessible paths. Suitable for all skill levels.

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Includes a segment with temporary access restrictions

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0.50 mi in total

Tour Overview

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Kanuverleih Meiningen

Hiking Highlight

3.93 mi
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Werratal-Radweg

Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)

8.26 mi
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Wasungen

Hiking Highlight

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Tour Profile

Waytypes

Hiking Path: 303 yd
Path: 5.14 mi
Footpath: 0.89 mi
Street: 1.48 mi
Road: 0.58 mi

Surfaces

Unpaved: 326 yd
Gravel: 3.29 mi
Paved: 2.51 mi
Asphalt: 2.08 mi
Unknown: 339 yd

Weather Forecast

KYOCERA Document Solutions planned a hike.

March 28, 2018

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  • KYOCERA Document Solutions

    The Werra is one of the most important rivers in the Free State of Thuringia. In many places, it was severely impaired by salty waste water from the potash industry, by dams and shore fortifications and straightening. A lot has happened here within the project "Living Rivers". Of this you can - like hiking expert Manuel Andrack - make a picture: on land, but also on water.With a length of 298 kilometers, the Werra is one of the main rivers in Thuringia. For a long time he was a lifeline in the truest sense of the word, providing drinking water and fish for his diet. In the river was bathed and washed. Later he drove the numerous mills and wooden rafts from the Thuringian Forest were transported to the sea. Even until the 18th century, even salmon from the sea moved up the clear streams at the headwaters of the river to spawn. Due to the increasing industrialization, however, the river was heavily influenced, so that the water quality decreased. As part of the "Living Rivers" project, since 2000 BUND, NABU and DUH have been working to protect the intact habitats, to develop understanding among people and to push for further improvements.If you want, you can experience a part of the distance by canoe on the Werra: There is a canoe rental in Meiningen, the entrance is on the street "Am Bielstein". The route is not a circular route. But it is possible to get back to the starting point from Wasungen by train. The journey takes about ten minutes.

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