• Alpine panorama in Oberstdorf
    Panorama view Oberstdof ©Tourismus Oberstdorf/ Eren Karaman
  • 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
  • View from below of the canopy walk's circular walkway at Neuschönau
    Bavarian Forest National Park ©imago/imagebroker
  • 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
  • Three horse riders in the Münsterland countryside
    Münsterland: three riders on the inclusive bridle path ©Münsterland e.V./Reinhard Duschner, Friederike Scheytt

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.
Exterior view of the TorfHaus visitor centre in Harz National Park with wooden animal figures in the foreground
Harz National Park

Visitors with limited mobility can also enjoy the unspoiled nature of the Harz National Park. The historical Harz narrow-gauge railway leads up Mount Brocken; both the Brockengarten at the peak and the TorfHaus national park visitors' centre offer interactive walking tours of the mountain.

Visitors observing the geyser's eruption
Andernach Geyser

The Andernach geyser — the world's highest cold water geyser at 50 to 60 metres — is just one of the visitor attractions at the Eifel Volcano Park. A (barrier-free) boat ride connects the interactive discovery centre to the geyser eruptions at Namedyer Werth.

Shepherd with herd in the countryside of Lüneburg Heath
Lüneburg Heath

Lüneburg Heath's unique, ancient landscape attracts visitors and offers fixed footpaths, some of which have touchable boundaries. Gentle inclines, rest stops and seating areas make excursions accessible to everyone. 'Joëletten' (hiking wheelchairs) and wheelchair-friendly carriages are also available.

Canopy walk in Lake Edersee-Kellerwald National Park
Kellerwald-Edersee National Park

A path suitable for wheelchairs leads from the Himmelsbreite car park through the Kellerwald-Edersee National Park up to the new barrier-free viewing platform with views across the Eder valley. The 250-metre-long 'Edersee Canopy Walk' is specially designed for people with limited mobility. Parts of the national park belong to the 'Old Beech Forests of Germany' UNESCO World Heritage site.

Visitor with camera by the chalk coast in Jasmund National Park on Rügen island
Jasmund National Park

Along the chalk coast in Jasmund National Park on Rügen island, specially trained rangers lead visitors along wheelchair-friendly nature trails that criss-cross the hilly coastal landscape.

Further view of the coastal mudflats at Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park
Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park

Among the highlights of the national park is a mudflat tour in the mud mobile. Schleswig-Holstein mudflats . Millions of microorganisms thrive in the nutritious soil. Trained mud guides and national park rangers share their extensive knowledge and provide exciting, yet safe, excursions. The coastal mudflats are a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Group of wheelchair users and companions with a forest guide during a tour on the Wilderness Trail in the Eifel National Park
Eifel National Park

A highlight of the Eifel National Park is the accessible adventure area 'Wild Kermeter' with its 'Wilderness Trail' adventure walk. Interactive stations teach visitors of all ages about topics from wilderness and forest development to the influence of different animal and plant species on the forest.

A gondola on the Schauinsland railway with panoramic views of Freiburg and surroundings
Schauinslandbahn

In the Schauinslandbahn, Germany's longest circulating cable car, passengers are floated up to a height of 1,220 metres in 20 minutes. The panoramic view stretches from the town of Freiburg and the Rhinegold to the Blue Ribbon of the Vosges mountains. Hiking paths and circular walks open up a dreamlike land- and mountainscape.

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