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Hiking on the Treidlerweg - experience nature and history at first hand

The "Treidlerweg" is a fascinating hiking route that combines nature, culture and history in an impressive way. Follow in the footsteps of the Treidler and discover one of the few internationally protected and ecologically intact floodplain landscapes. In this blog article, we show you what to expect on this hike and give you tips to make the most of your trip.

The beauty of the floodplain landscape along the Treidler Trail:

The circular walk takes you along the Michelsbach stream, past fields of yellow irises, grasses and reeds. The numerous fish ponds, also called earth pits, are stocked with pond lilies and water lilies and offer an enchanting sight. Enjoy the tranquillity and breathe deeply the air of the floodplain forest as you follow the tracks of the trekkers along the Rhine.

Historical and nature experiences:

The circular walk takes you along the Michelsbach stream, past fields of yellow irises, grasses and reeds. The numerous fish ponds, also called earth pits, are stocked with pond lilies and water lilies and offer an enchanting sight. Enjoy the tranquillity and breathe deeply the air of the floodplain forest as you follow the tracks of the trekkers along the Rhine.

Tips for your hike:

  • Plan enough time for the circular walk to enjoy the beauty of the floodplain landscape and the sights along the way at your leisure.
  • Pack a picnic and take advantage of the rest stops along the way to fortify yourself and enjoy the idyllic surroundings.
  • Wear comfortable clothing and good shoes to enjoy the Treidlerweg to the full.

Summary:

The Treidlerweg is a unique hiking route that offers you the opportunity to experience one of the few internationally protected and ecologically intact floodplain landscapes up close. With the right preparation and our tips, nothing will stand in the way of your unforgettable hiking trip along the Rhine. Oh, by the way: the term "Treideln" comes from the German term "trödeln" - which means to dawdle.

 

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