The Solling-Vogler region is situated in the southern Weserbergland. In the middle of a large, relatively untouched natural area, some of that belongs to a nature park. The Solling-Vogler region offers unspoiled natural scenery.
Many towns and villages are characterised by their half-timbered buildings, while the winding streets and alleyways invite you to explore. The region is home to some splendid chateaus and manor houses in the Weser Renaissance style. The Solling-Vogler region has also fairytale magic to offer, and if you're lucky you might encounter the famous Baron Münchhausen or even Cinderella. The Weser-Radweg, one of Germany's most attractive and popular long-distance bike paths, passes through the region close to its start, and gives access to many cycle tours in the Weser Valley. In the Hochsolling there are 760 km of signposted routes for mountain bikers of all performance categories, as well as an extensive network of beautiful local and trans-regional hiking routes. Some stages of the 225 km long Weserbergland-Weg cross the Solling-Vogler region.
The Solling-Vogler region encompasses the communities of Bevern, Bodenfelde, Bodenwerder-Polle, Boffzen-Fürstenberg, Dassel, Delligsen-Grünenplan, Eschershausen-Stadtoldendorf, Hochsolling, Holzminden, Oberweser, Uslar and Wahlsburg.