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The Duhner Heide is part of the "Lower Saxony mudflat Sea" National Park and is specially protected as a quiet zone. The special and scenic beauty of this area is that it has a natural sequence from mudflats to salt marshes to forest and heath. It is therefore very worthwhile to go on a discovery tour here.
In the Duhner Heide north of Sahlenburg, 12 boards have been set up along a path almost 2 km long, providing information about typical features and special features of the landscape.
Depending on your physical condition and curiosity, the tour lasts one to one and a half hours.
Because it is predominantly unpaved, mostly even sandy and uneven sections, the trail is only suitable for pedestrians.
The trail begins and ends at the visitor platform (stopping point of the dune railway between Duhnen and Sahlenburg). There, an information board provides initial information. The following topics are then covered on the trail:
on foot or by bicycle
with the dune railway (seasonal operation)
All information about the Duhner Heide and the Mudflat Sea National Park can be found on the homepage of the Cuxhaven National Park Centre.
(Source: Flyer discovery trail Duhner Heide)