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Nordic Walking Park Hohe Mark

If you want to walk all the tours in the Hohe Mark Nordic Walking Park, you will be on the move for days. The trails between the towns of Dülmen, Haltern am See, Heiden and Reken add up to 250 kilometres.

The walking routes lead through the entire region of the Hohe Mark Nature Park, which is known for its natural and wooded landscape. Smaller circular routes of 3 to 15 kilometres in length are signposted in every town. Here you can, for example, walk around the Silbersee lake on a picturesque route, "walk" to the wild horses in the Merfelder Bruch or walk on routes through fields and beautiful woodland to the Teufelssteinen (Devil's Stones).
Among the walking routes of the Hohe Mark Nordic Walking Park are both easy routes (marked blue) and medium-difficulty (red) routes. The connection between the places within the Nordic Walking Park Hohe Mark are made by green signposted connecting trails.

Nordic Walking Park Hohe Mark - Dülmen
  • Routes: 8
  • Longest route: 8.5 kilometres
  • Total length: 43 kilometres
  • Level of difficulty: easy
  • Entrances in Dülmen Mitte, Hausdülmen and Dülmen-Merfeld
Nordic Walking Park Hohe Mark - Haltern am See
  • Routes: 4
  • Longest route: 6 kilometres
  • Total length: 20 kilometres
  • Level of difficulty: easy to medium
  • Connection to the HaardtWalkingPark with another 50 kilometres of route
Nordic Walking Park Hohe Mark - Heiden
  • Routes: 4
  • Longest route: 8.6 kilometres
  • Total length: 29 kilometres
  • Level of difficulty: easy - medium
  • The "Heidener Rundkurs" (6.3 kilometres | easy) is also signposted as a nature trail.
Nordic Walking Park Hohe Mark Reken
  • Routes: 6
  • Longest route: 10.7 kilometres
  • Total length: 36 kilometres
  • Level of difficulty: easy - medium
  • Entrances in Groß-Reken, Klein-Reken, Bahnhof-Reken and Reken-Hülsten

Map | Nordic Walking Park Hohe Mark

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