Like an island in the green, Neuhaus and Silberborn, including the settlements of Fohlenplacken and Mühlenberg, are situated in the the highest part of the Solling and in the centre of the region, offering a healthy climate typical of the low hills.
Enjoy the outdoors with 100 km of signposted hiking routes and a 'love seat trail'. The Solling-Vogler region is a paradise for mountain bikers with 760 km of trails offering a total of 17 000 metres of ascent and a mountain bike course. At Neuhaus the visitor centre called "WildparkHaus" offers a multimedial exhibition, gastronomy and a Tourist Information Point. It is the entrance to a wildlife called "Wildpark Neuhaus" where visitors can discover native wildlife including lynx, wolves and deer. The 225 km long Weserbergland-Weg, which has been quality-certified by Germany's national hiking association, the 'Deutscher Wanderverband', passes close by the wildlife park.
At an altitude of almost 500 m, Silberborn is close to the Mecklenbruch, one of the biggest highland moors in Lower Saxony. Tours run from May to October, allowing you to learn fascinating facts about the specific landscape. For an unforgettable experience, visit the TreeRock high ropes course in Silberborn. You can learn all about the place at the various stations on the Silberborn Trail. And for panoramic views, don't miss the 33 metre high Hochsolling viewing tower.