Old, large beech forests, steep quartzite scree, rare hillside moors and endless forest areas make the Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park so unique. The youngest National Park in Germany was opened in May 2015. On an estimated area of 10,000 hectares there are numerous tourist attractions: You can explore nature on the many hiking and cycling trails or learn about the local flora and fauna on a guided tour with rangers or National Park guides.
And since we all know that pictures are worth a thousand words - see for yourself:
The total area of the transboundary conservation zone covers an estimated 10,000 hectares. It is characterised by numerous unique features, such as old-growth [...]
Accompany a ranger on an inspection and observation tour. On paths and trails you will get to know various parts of the National Park and learn a lot [...]
A wide range of offers invite you to explore the young National Park together in a group with a National Park guide. Whether as a tour operator, with a club, as [...]
Your digital companion - experience nature at any time, barrier-free! With the newly developed application for mobile devices, you can experience the [...]
You can order the exciting Wildkatz magazine and the Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park Starter Map or browse online.
This 90km loop takes you around the Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park – mostly directly along the edge of the forest and with plenty of sights along [...]