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Entdecker Touren - Todtenbruch-Moor

06:02
3.42 mi
0.6 mph
300 ft
225 ft

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3.42 mi
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Karl-Heinz went for a hike.

October 21, 2012

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  • Karl-Heinz

    The soil training path created in the course of the renaturation works has an approximate length of 4.5 km and grants you, among other things. On a ca. 700 m long boardwalk insights into the Todtenbruch Moor.The area is interesting from several points of view, so are u.a. There are five springs in the bog area and it can be seen in some places that peat has been felled there once before. Also, a so-called "Pingo", a glacial depression, can be seen here. In the foreseeable future, typical moorland plants such as the pink-flowered bell-heather, the white-berry, fluffy cotton grass and the carnivorous sundew will also be found in the "Death Break".Explanatory excursions into the "Todtenbruch Moor" are offered jointly by the Forestry Office and the Biological Station.At the starting point of the soil teaching path a separate parking lot was created.See also:eifelyeti.blog.de/2011/07/31/todtdenbruch-moor-11580552andeifelyeti.zonerama.com/Album/65339

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