Nestled in the northern highlands of Lower Saxony, the Weserbergland Nature Park is shaped by the course of the River Weser, vast forests and spectacular views.
Peaks towering up to 440 metres and steep, craggy cliffs are covered with rare lichens, mosses and flowering plants. The best way to explore the natural landscape at the Weserbergland Nature Park is on a hike, bike ride or water tour. Daring climbers will be in their element here too. The quality-certified Weserbergland Hills Trail and Ith Hils Trail are exceptional routes and themed trails are available too. Visitors can embark on plenty of adventures on the water too by hopping on a passenger ship or in a canoe. The main attractions along the River Weser include the Buildings from the Weser Renaissance period.