New trail area in Germany
About a six-hour drive from Utrecht, you will find the beautiful nature reserve of the Pfälzerwald Forest in Germany. The Pfälzerwald Forest is a hilly region in the southwest of Germany, located in the state of Rhineland-Palts. The forest is a registered natural park covering 1,771 km². The highest point is the Kalmit (673 m) near Maikammer. Approximately 90 percent of the area consists of forest.
Together with the northern part of the neighbouring Vosges Mountains in France, the UNESCO-registered Pfälzerwald Forest forms one of the largest forest areas in Europe. From 15 – 19 September, Be van Lotringen and Cor van der Sluis will take you to this beautiful area. Will you join us? Be surprised by the insights that nature can offer you as a mirror!