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Jul 28, 2024 - Oct 27, 2024

Rote Rinder und Roter Milan - Geführte Wanderung rund um das Naturschutzgebiet Hornbosteler Hutweide

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Hornbostel has a special “natural kingdom” with the pasture on which the villagers have kept their cattle for centuries.
The breathtakingly beautiful landscape with stately old oaks, forests, heathland and juniper groves is home to red Milan, white stork and noble dragonflies, wild pansies and swan flowers.
Red-colored lowland cattle have been taking care of the 75-hectare nature reserve there since 2019.
On this hike, experience the charm of this natural landscape on paths that you are not otherwise allowed to walk on.
Think of sturdy footwear, weather-appropriate clothing and personal provisions (no refreshments).
The tour partly leads over unpaved paths, sure-footedness and a medium level of fitness are recommended.

Dates: Sundays, July 19, August 16, September 20 and October 18, 2020
Start: 2pm | Duration: approx. 3 hours (5 km)
Price: 5, - pp | Free under 16 years, suitable from 12 years
Meeting point: Helene-Segelke-Platz (village center), 29323 Wietze OT Hornbostel
Tour guide: Dr. Michel Kosinowski, Tel. 05164 8576
(Organizer: Municipality of Wietze)


  • July 28, 2024 From :begin to 17:00
  • August 25, 2024 From :begin to 17:00
  • September 29, 2024 From :begin to 17:00
  • October 27, 2024 From :begin to 17:00

The information and dates are updated regularly. Nevertheless, we cannot guarantee the correctness of the data. We recommend that you check the current status before your visit via the organiser's website or by telephone / e-mail.


Treffpunkt: Helene-Segelke-Platz
29323 Wietze

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Treffpunkt: Helene-Segelke-Platz

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