A really beautiful 800 hectare nature reserve is located on the northern outskirts of Hamburg´s suburbs. The Duvenstedter Brook consists of marshland, forests and patches of heather, and can be proud to call itself home to an impressive number of game species. There are special game-watching facilities for roe and fallow deer. Apart from deer and stags, the odd hare or partridge might show up, but only very few lucky people have ever been rewarded with the sight of a badger - no matter how quiet and patient they have been. At the nature reserve's information house, you can get records of all the different plants and animals here, as well as information on recent projects and activities. They also offer guided tours on weekdays.
Attractions & Landmarks, Animal Life, Parks, Gardens & Cemeteries, Educational, Sports and the Outdoors
- Nearest Train: Ohlstedt: U1 + Wohldorf: Bus 276