Best nature parks in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

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Explore the most popular nature parks in Schleswig-Holstein with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Map of trails in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Best nature parks (3)
#1 - Naturpark Hüttener Berge
Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
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With 21,967 hectares, the Hüttener Berge Nature Park is the smallest nature park in Schleswig-Holstein. The terminal moraines of the Hüttener Berge were created by the Ice Age and offer animals, plants and people a varied landscape in the city triangle of Eckernförde - Rendsburg - Schleswig. The Vistula glacial created large and small lakes, moors and hills and repeatedly distributed large and small stones across the landscape. But people have also designed their surroundings: the typical hedgerows on fields and paths give the region an unmistakable appearance and offer many plants and animals a unique habitat. You can go hiking, cycling and horse riding in the nature park.Show more
#2 - Naturpark Aukrug
Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
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The Aukrug Nature Park is an area of 380 square kilometers in the center of Schleswig-Holstein. Away from tourism on the North and Baltic Seas, you can enjoy nature to the fullest. Peaceful villages, idyllic forest and meadow landscapes, small streams and pastures. In particular, the "Knicks" typical of this region, formerly created by humans, now offer an excellent habitat for a variety of living things.Show more
#3 - Holstein Switzerland Nature Park
Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
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On 75,000 hectares, visitors will find many rivers, rolling hills and light deciduous forests. The landscape was mainly shaped by the last ice age. You can experience the nature and do a lot of paddling, sailing, swimming, hiking and cycling or explore the art and culture of the region. The Nature Park House (clock house) is open from March to October from Tuesday to Sunday from 12 noon to 5 p.m. In February and November on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. The nature park house is closed in December and January. Admission is € 1 for adults, children older than 6 years pay € 0.50 and families € 2. School classes up to 30 students pay € 5.Show more