The source of the Fuhse stream, a tributary of the Aller river, is situated in the foothills of the Harz mountains. Its mouth is located 100 km away in the historic ducal residence town of Celle, Germany where it flows into the Aller. As a grassland stream, the Fuhse meanders through forests and wetlands. This German river is perfect for beginners as its depth is moderate and its current rather weak. Canoe tours from the town of Peine are highly recommended. A special highlight at the end of the day is a trip to the historic Eltz watermill in Uetze. Along the next section of the river between Uetze and Celle, the Fuhse starts to evolve into a heathland river, before it ultimately reaches the ducal residence town of Celle. A short walk to The Royal House of Hanoverschloss palace is a wonderful way to end the canoe trip.
Multi-day tours available