• Blütenzauber im Klosterkräutergarten,
        
    

        Picture: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e.V./Michelle Engel Blütenzauber im Klosterkräutergarten, Picture: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e.V./Michelle Engel
    Hikes with a landscape guide

    From heather to crane flight

    From heather to crane flight
  • Hikes with a landscape guide

Naturally guided through heath, forest and moorland Educational Hikes in the Ruppiner Seenland

The Stechlin-Ruppiner Land Nature Park, the Kyritz-Ruppiner Heide, the clay pond landscape of Zehdenick or the marshy Rhinluch: the diverse natural landscapes of the Ruppiner Seenland invite you to explore and discover them. Accompanied by expert landscape guides, you will receive exciting information about the flora and fauna of the region, observe animals in their natural environment or immerse yourself in land steeped in history. The guided tours take place on foot, by bike - or sometimes on a brick railway. So put on your outdoor shoes and get out into nature!

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Nature park etiquette: How to become a nature conservation professional

  1. Use the designated paths and parking spaces!

    Whether hiking trails, cycle path network or paths for horse and rider: Please only use the marked paths that are intended for your type of locomotion. You can also discover the fascinating landscapes from here. Dogs must be kept on a leash. This way you spare wild animals the dangerous chase and your dog the danger. Don't forget dog waste bags! To park your motorised vehicle, please use the designated parking spaces.

  2. Litter, fire, game camping? Not in the nature park!

    Actually, it goes without saying: Please dispose of your rubbish in waste containers provided for this purpose. Camping and spending the night in a car or camper van is only allowed in nature reserves on official camping and bivouac sites or other specially marked areas. Do not light fires in the nature reserve: The use of barbecues and outdoor cooking utensils as well as smoking in the forest are also not permitted due to the fire hazard!

  3. Peace and consideration are the forest's friend: this is how you protect flora and fauna.

    Berries, mushrooms, herbs and wild plants invite you to gather. However, please observe the hand bunch rule: everyone may take as much as is customary for personal use. Plants under nature protection may not be collected. And: Behave as quietly as possible - your chances of observing animals can only increase!

You can also experience the following in the Ruppiner Seenland

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