Whether it is spring, summer, autumn or winter, a hike on the Weserbergland-Trail is always an unforgettable experience at any time of the year. Marked with the blue XW sign, the route winds through a 225 km landscape of romantic castles and chateaus, historic old towns, legendary characters, highland moors, and the Solling forest (named 'Forest of the Year 2013'). Special Feature: not only will you see plenty of gorgeous viewpoints in the valley, but also experience a routing that partly leads right next to the Weser River.

For the hike brings you closer to nature, the Weserbergland-Trail is still considered a secret gem by outdoor fans. Additionally, the trail has recently been upgraded and offers new quality standards. To create a closer feeling to nature and an even more attractive experience, the route was modified in mid-2012. And if you need another reason to come and explore it: the Weserbergland-Trail has now been designated a 'quality trail' by 'Wanderbares Deutschland'.

Thanks to good instructions and signposts, the Weserbergland-Trail can be walked without a map. But if you prefer to use one, we recommend the new Weserbergland-Trail Hiking Map, published by Kompass Verlag. The map is available for order now and can be obtained from our shop as well as in book stores. The guide was updated in September 2013 and is the only map that shows the current route of the Weserbergland-Trail.

So get your hiking boots on and discover the Weserbergland on foot.

Further Information about the trail at http://www.weserberglandweg.de . (This page is not translated in English yet)

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