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Mach deine Heimat zum Erlebnis!Seit 2002 engagieren wir uns für den Umwelt- und Naturschutz. Und weil uns unsere Natur und unsere Wälder so sehr am Herzen liegen, wollen wir dich raus in unsere Lieblingswälder locken – denn nicht umsonst wird Waldluft eine wohltuende Kraft nachgesagt. In neun Bundesländern haben wir dir die schönsten Wanderungen durch romantische, wilde und mystische Wälder herausgesucht. Mach deine Heimat zum Erlebnis und entdecke mit uns die spannendsten Wälder deiner Region!

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  1. Krombacher planned a hike.

    June 18, 2020

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    7.54 mi
    3.8 mph
    550 ft
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    Hagen and Craschy like this.
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      This relaxed tour shows you the most beautiful corners of the Harzer Bachtäler nature reserve with the Warm Bode, the Rappbode and numerous rippling tributaries. In the heart of the “Harz and Vorländer” landscape conservation area, you hike through fragrant pine forest and over blooming meadows.You start in the center of Benneckenstein in the Harz Mountains, which you can also reach by train. Along a pond chain you dive into the Harzer Bachtal and hike along the meandering Rappbode. The area is a habitat for rare plants such as the common cat paw, a basket flower and the headed devil's claw, a type of bluebell. At the Moser ponds you can spot common frogs, toads, slow worms and newts.A short detour takes you to the Buchenberg, where you can enjoy a great view of the extensive forest area and the Upper Harz. You can also collect the stamp with the number 47 of the Harz hiking pin here.At the idyllic Stierbergsteich you can rest in the refuge or on one of the beautiful wooden benches and forget about everyday life. Back to Benneckenstein you can take the informative mountain meadow nature trail, which tells you interesting facts about the history and ecology of the landscape.

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      • June 20, 2020

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      Delicate purple heather bushes, fragrant grasses and young pine trees - where people used to practice for emergencies, today nature can develop freely. On the former military training area, the Wurzelberg hiking trail takes you through the changing times and into a surreal steppe and desert landscape in the middle of Brandenburg.The journey starts at an inconspicuous parking lot north of Jüterbog. If you want to be "greener", you can also start from Luckenwalde station. From here it is around two and a half kilometers to the starting point of the hiking trail. You walk straight past the barrier in the middle of a barren landscape of sandy paths and dry grasses, which is so typical of the Brandenburg heath. Through the open terrain you can see your destination from afar: a fabulous sand dune.From the observation deck near the path, you can view the fascinating inland dune from a wooden bench and be informed about the background at the information board. The wandering dune is a relic of the last ice age and was still wandering geologically until recently. A huge relief on the floor, weathered over the years, provides an overview of the seemingly strange landscape.On the way back, you completely circle the sandy elevation and of course you can paint a sand angel into it. On your discovery tour, however, always pay attention to the off-road route: the designated routes are cleared of ammunition. Outside of these zones, however, remnants of the military exercises may still be lying around.

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      • June 19, 2020

  3. Krombacher planned a hike.

    June 17, 2020

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      Heath, forest and more heath. On this almost eight-kilometer circular hike, you will get to know the Misselhorn Heath, a true pearl of nature. It starts at the parking lot of the same name east of Hermannsburg. There are several circular courses through this heath landscape - this is the middle variant.You hike through this very special landscape and let your gaze wander over the unique flora. As it should be for a real heather, you can often watch the heather how they take care of the landscape. Let the special atmosphere and tranquility work on you.At the southernmost point of the hike it continues on a narrow path and at the end of it in a light forest downhill. Then you reach the bottom of the idyllic deep valley. You walk through the valley and hike up to the heath again. On the level, you then go back to the starting point on narrow, sandy paths at a very relaxed pace.

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      • June 17, 2020

  4. Krombacher planned a hike.

    June 17, 2020

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      On this almost eleven kilometer long hike, fairytale places and beautiful heathland await you. A wonderful round to simply switch off, relax and enjoy the unique landscape of the Lüneburg Heath. It starts at the Oldendorfer Totenstatt car park in Oldendorf (Luhe).You leave the place, cross the Luhe and you are already in the middle of the heath. You will soon reach the Marxener Paradies, a romantic piece of earth in a valley that is perfect for a first break. Then it goes a good way through the shady forest. A welcome change on hot summer days. Then you will soon reach the Kronsbergheide - a heath landscape like from a picture book including a Heidschnuckenstall. It is particularly beautiful here, of course, during the flowering period from the beginning of August to mid-September, when the heather plants color the area purple.A special highlight awaits you shortly before the end, the Oldendorfer Totenstatt. It is an ensemble of six burial mounds and megalithic systems. Some information boards tell you interesting facts about this special place and its creation. If you want to learn more about it, then a visit to the Archaeological Museum in Oldendorf is worthwhile.Incidentally, the heath queen of Amelinghausen has been elected in the Kronsbergheide since 1950 and crowned with the heather crown. The heather flower festival takes place every year in the third week of August.

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      • June 17, 2020

  5. Krombacher planned a hike.

    June 17, 2020

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      In the southwest of the Brandenburg municipality of Biesenthal you hike through the wonderful nature reserve of the Biesenthal Basin, which with its renatured moor areas has again become a retreat and breeding area for cranes.Your tour starts at a parking lot in the tranquil town of Biesenthal in the Barnim district. Alternatively, you can come here by regional train. After a few hundred meters you have arrived in the middle of the forest and cross the peacock flow. The Biesenthal basin surrounds you with beautiful nature, orchid-rich meadows and species-rich wetlands. You walk along the Hellmühler Fliess and can always discover traces of the beaver, who feels at home here.Mixed forests with stately beech trees and the alder breaks lining the Hellsee accompany you on your way. The natural lake is a relic of the Vistula ice age, which has left a channel in the landscape. On warm days, the beautiful lake on the northeast shore invites you to cool off with a few small bathing bays. You share it with numerous fish species such as catfish, zander, pike and perch.About the meandering Uppstall flow and extensive meadows near the picturesque Plötzensee back to the starting point in Biesenthal.

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      • June 20, 2020

  6. Krombacher planned a hike.

    June 17, 2020

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      In the Schorfheide-Chorin biosphere reserve, you can immerse yourself in a genuine UNESCO world natural heritage: the Grumsiner Forest is a beautiful beech forest that has not been used for over 20 years and can develop freely.Before you set off, you can find out about the history and background of the area in the information and visitor center of the Geopark near Groß-Ziethen. The Grumsin is a near-natural end moraine landscape, which is characterized by water-filled valleys and small lakes. So you stroll past the ancient Brackensee, which is surrounded by a large swamp area and is habitat for numerous species. The area is a valuable breeding area for sea eagles, cranes and black storks.In the thick beech forest it is worth taking a look up. With a little luck, you will spot one of the many woodpeckers hitting its beak in the tree bark in search of tasty beetles. On the banks of the Great Black Lake, you can completely leave everyday life and civilization behind you before completing the tour at the information center.

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      • June 17, 2020

  7. Krombacher planned a hike.

    June 16, 2020

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      Water and forest just go perfectly together - and on this 13 km long hike you can enjoy exactly this interplay. The round starts at the train station in Schleswig an der Schlei, in the north of Schleswig-Holstein. On this tour you have hardly any vertical meters to climb, so perfect for the whole family.From the train station you hike straight to the water and soon reach the Museum Island Schloss Gottorf. In the castle there is the Museum of Archeology and the Museum of Art and Cultural History. Even if you are not an art fan, the castle alone is worth seeing. Then you leave Museum Island again and hike further into the forest.The path leads you through the Pöhler enclosure, a large area that extends between Schleswig and Schuby and is characterized by deciduous forest. In two places you get very close to the road, but soon the forest takes over the background noise again. You continue walking under the green canopy of leaves until you reach the imposing baroque garden.After a round of the beautiful facility, it is not far to the next green spot, the Königswiesen city park. The area was modernized for the first state horticultural show in Schleswig-Holstein in 2008 and is now a popular recreation area. You will find lots of cozy places and can jump into the loop to cool off. The ideal place to relax the rest of the day. You can find refreshments in the nearby center of Schleswig. From there you can also take the bus back to the train station.

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      • June 19, 2020

  8. Krombacher planned a hike.

    June 16, 2020

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      Out of the city, into nature! This circular walk of almost twelve kilometers takes you through a wonderful nature reserve just outside Hamburg. You roam through the Wohldorfer Wald and hike through the moorland of Duvenstedter Brook, just over half an hour from the center of Hamburg. The U1 takes you from the main train station directly to the starting point.Right at the start you hike into the Wohldorfer Wald, which is designated as a nature reserve. The perfect start for your little break. Then the path leads you to Duvenstedter Brook. Numerous animals and plants feel at home in the mystical moor landscape. A special show or radio play is the deer rutting season in September. The largest specimens in Northern Germany belong to the Duvenstedter Hirschpopulation. They come from abandoned animals that were bred for hunting in the 1930s. You can learn more about this unique landscape at the Brook Haus.After an extensive round through the moor it continues over the Ammersbek and back into the forest. Let nature work intensely on you again, soon you will have reached your starting point again.

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      • June 19, 2020

  9. Krombacher planned a hike.

    June 16, 2020

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      This ten-kilometer circular hike shows you the Saubrink / Oberberg natural forest near Coppenbrügge. You hike through the extensive, near-natural forest area that is no longer cultivated. As a natural forest, it should be left to its natural development and offers you a lot of hiking fun. The tour starts at the train station in Coppenbrügge.You leave the place and soon climb up through the beautiful natural forest. The climb is quite crunchy, but on the way you can discover numerous rock formations and enjoy the wild and romantic forest to the fullest. Once at the top of the Fahnenstein, you will also be rewarded with a fantastic view of the Weserbergland. You have already mastered the challenging part of the tour.Not far from the viewpoint you can discover two special rock formations in the forest: Adam and Eve. Can you see who should be who? Then you hike down through the forest to Bessingen. In the small town you turn right and walk the last piece back to Coppenbrügge in the open area. Shortly before the train station you will pass the Felsenkeller. Here you can either unpack your own provisions or let yourself be cooked in the restaurant.

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      • June 19, 2020

  10. Krombacher planned a hike.

    June 16, 2020

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      The Harzer Förstersteig is a 60-kilometer long hiking trail in the Harz Nature Park, which brings hikers in a very wonderful way to the scenic beauty, the variety of different habitats and the historical peculiarities of the western Harz. The route runs from Goslar in a wide arc to the Sösestausee near Osterode - on this eleven-kilometer tour you will get to know the first piece.Before you start the actual hike, it is worth taking a round through the beautiful old town, which is a World Heritage Site. Then you leave Goslar in a westerly direction and dive into the dense forest of the western Harz. Even Goethe enjoyed the tranquility of nature here - make it like the great poet and take a deep breath of the wonderful forest air.After about five kilometers, the forest opens up and offers you a beautiful view of the Granetal dam. It is worth taking a closer look at this impressive structure. So your way leads you down and over the imposing dam. From here you have a wide view of the wide-ranging dam, the Nordberg and the Goslar and Hahnenkleer mountains.Then it goes back into the forest and over the Frankenberg to Wolfshagen. This section of the Förstersteig ends here. From the town center, you can take the bus back to Goslar, where you can make yourself comfortable in a nice café at the end of the day.

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      • June 19, 2020

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