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Rund ums Haddebyer und Selker Noor – Wandern am Ostseefjord Schlei

Intermediate
02:39
6.36 mi
2.4 mph
200 ft
200 ft
Intermediate Hiking Tour. Good fitness required. Easily-accessible paths. Suitable for all skill levels.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
1.25 mi
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Noorbrücke

Hiking Highlight

2.50 mi
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Das Haddebyer Noor

Hiking Highlight

2.94 mi
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Odins in Haddeby

Hiking Highlight

3.28 mi
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Wikingermuseum

Bike Touring Highlight

3.77 mi
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Teil der alten Wehranlage von Haithabu

Hiking Highlight (Segment)

4.39 mi
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Wikingerhäuser

Hiking Highlight

6.36 mi
Destination

Weather Forecast

OSTSEEfjordSCHLEI planned a hike.

May 1, 2019

Comments

  • OSTSEEfjordSCHLEI

    Noore - from the Danish word "Nor" - are waters that are completely separated from the sea except for a small access. Accordingly, the coastal lakes have a special blend of fresh and salt water - a unique habitat for waterfowl. The most beautiful Noore around the Schlei are the Haddebyer Noor and the Selker Noor. On this tour, you will walk around beautiful lakeside paths around both Noore - and of course you should not miss a visit to the Viking village of Haithabu.From the starting point Niederselk you walk counterclockwise along the Nooren - sometimes very close to the water and sometimes a few meters from the shore through small forests and wide reed belts. Very worthwhile is a detour to the Noor bridge, which leads over the narrow connection of the two waters, because from the top you have a beautiful view over the vast landscape. On the north shore, the Haddebyer Noor meets the loop and your gaze wanders over the wide water.A few steps later you reach Haddeby, where you can plan a comfortable break in the "Odins". Now you walk south to the Viking Museum Haithabu. Only a few minutes later, you can see the reconstructed village from the former wall of the Viking City - it is part of the museum and can also be visited. From here you follow our route back to the starting point of the hike.

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    • May 2, 2019