• Alpine panorama in Oberstdorf
    Panorama view Oberstdof ©Tourismus Oberstdorf/ Eren Karaman
  • Three horse riders in the Münsterland countryside
    Münsterland: three riders on the inclusive bridle path ©Münsterland e.V./Reinhard Duschner, Friederike Scheytt
  • Visitor with camera by the chalk coast in Jasmund National Park on Rügen island
    The chalk coast in Jasmund National Park on Rügen island ©Nationalpark-Zentrum Königsstuhl/Peter Lehmann
  • View from below of the canopy walk's circular walkway at Neuschönau
    Bavarian Forest National Park ©imago/imagebroker
  • Man and woman leaning over a display cabinet in an exhibition room containing bird representations, with more people in the background
    Elbtalau Biosphaerium ©Biosphaerium Elbtalaue GmbH/Andreas Tamme

Nature experiences for everyone.

Tactile and barefoot pathways that let you feel coastal mudflats and lush mountain pastures; audio guides that let you hear the animal sounds in the forest; plain-language commentaries that make nature understandable to everyone – whether with a pushchair or a wheelchair, numerous footpaths throughout the German landscape offer a truly unhindered experience.
Woman with cane on the forest path at Amelungskopf
Amelungskopf forest walk

The Amelungskopf forest walk near Wernigerode is specifically designed for blind and partially sighted visitors. The walk is suitable for walking poles, which can help enable independent hiking. The starting point is the Aura-Pension 'Brockenblick', a traditional sanatorium for blind people.

View of 'Waldweg Grenzenlos' amid the forested countryside of southern Westphalia
Waldweg Grenzenlos

The 'Waldweg Grenzenlos — Accessible Forest Adventures in Southern Westphalia' is a forest walk designed for disabled people comprising 40 way stations which allow visitors to experience the forest using all their senses. Not only will you learn everything you need to know about the forest, but you'll also get to experience the unseen side of the woods...

Three horse riders in the Münsterland countryside
Inclusive bridle path in Münsterland

The inclusive bridle path in Münsterland allows everyone to experience Mother Nature's rich bounty. The inclusive bridle path includes wheelchair ramps. Its extra wide layout allows horses to be ridden together and to be led.

Three people eating on a restaurant terrace with a campsite and the Weser river in the background
Weserbergland hills

World famous fairy-tales and legends are right at home in the Weserbergland hills: the Pied Piper of Hamelin, Cinderella and the Baron von Münchhausen. Many paths can be explored by bike, E-bike or special wheelchairs. Paved pathways allow visitors full access to Mother Nature in the Solling-Vogler region and Hochsolling.

Man and woman leaning over a display cabinet in an exhibition room containing bird representations, with more people in the background
Elbtalaue Biosphaerium

With a flood model, wind machine, birdsong piano and large eel-basket, the Elbtalaue Biosphaerium in Lüneburg gives visitors an entertaining insight into some of Europe's most primeval countryside. The exhibition rooms are fully accessible; tours are available for visitors with cognitive impairments.

Visitors on a platform observing cranes roosting in Zingst
West-Pomeranian Boddenlandschaft

On their way south, 60,000 cranes take an annual rest in the West-Pomeranian Boddenlandschaft (salt marshes). The natural spectacle of their evening arrival before sunset is especially impressive. Specially trained national park rangers guide visitors along purpose-built wheelchair-friendly paths and on to observation platforms.

Two people carrying another person in a Joëlette cross-country wheelchair through the hilly countryside of Habichtswald Nature Park
Habichtswald Nature Park

Fairy-tale adventures await visitors to North Hessen's Habichtswald Nature Park — the home of the Brothers Grimm. People with restricted mobility can discover the forest's secrets in a 'Joëlette' (a special one-wheeled wheelchair), while a combination of push-carts, sedans and guides allows excursions over rough terrain.

Visitors on a platform of the canopy walk in Waldkirch, high above the treetops
Canopy walk in Waldkirch

From a height of 23 metres, visitors to the canopy walk in Waldkirch can appreciate unspoilt views of the Black Forest mountains and the Rhinegold with the Kaiserstuhl hills. With an average incline of 6 - 10 per cent, the canopy walk is suitable for wheelchairs.

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