The Pfälzerwald is the largest contiguous forest area in Germany and, together with the Vosges in France, it forms an important biosphere reserve throughout Europe. In the seemingly endless beech and mixed forests of the low mountain range, you can hike for days without passing through human settlements. Red deer, wild cats and lynxes, among others, feel at home in the deep forests. Again and again the forest is broken up by sandstone rocks, castle ruins and small hills, which allow a fantastic view of the forest sea.
|Germany, Pfälzerwald||15 Sep - 19 Sep 2021||View programme|