Lower Rhine Nature
The region of the Lower Rhine is particularly worth seeing because of its nature and natural attractions. Here you will find idyllic forests, floodplains and river landscapes, as well as wetlands and field landscapes that shape the landscape of the Lower Rhine.
You experience the region of the Lower Rhine particularly well when you explore it by bike. But you can also see the natural landscape of the Lower Rhine from close proximity when hiking through the numerous nature reserves or across the vast fields.
Furthermore, you will find beautiful gardens and parks in the region of the Lower Rhine, which serve both humans and animals as an oasis of calm. The Rhine dikes in the region are also very popular and invite you to go for walks or bike rides.
The Rhine is a source of life and transport, as well as home to various fish and animals. As well as a water sports paradise.
In the region of the Lower Rhine you will find beautiful natural sites, including idyllic forests, lakes and field landscapes.
The Lower Rhine has a 2000 km long, well-signposted network of cycle paths. You can rent bikes on many places.
Gardens & parks invite you to linger or go for a walk. They are oases of calm and witness to garden art.
The forest is a very special place and more and more people are convinced that a walk in the forest serves their well-being.
Lower Rhine nature, these are not spectacular waterfalls or rock formations. It is more of an idyll, where you can find peace and relaxation or you can also become active in sports.
Cycling is one of the most beautiful ways to explore the Lower Rhine region. You can cycle through idyllic forests, past fields and meadows and over Rhine dykes on the 2000 kilometer cycle path network
At the numerous nature parks you will also find parking spaces from which you can access the hiking trails. Drive out to the Rhine and enjoy the view of the Rhine meadows. The Rheinaue in Walsum and the Bislicher Insel near Xanten in particular offer a natural spectacle from autumn. Because thousands of wild geese spend the winter there grazing on the meadows on the Rhine.
The Krickenbeck Lakes and the Wankumer Heide are also very popular. I personally like the Diersford forest (Diersfordter Wald) and the Gallows Venn (Galgenvenn). Discover the nature of the Niederrhein , there is a lot to discover.
The Maas-Schwalm-Nette Nature Park, the Klever Reichswald, the Rheinaue Walsum, the Bislicher Insel and numerous Rhine dikes along the Lower Rhine are very popular.