The Hunsrück region may be best known for the Mosel, Nahe, Saar and Rhein rivers, but it has much more to offer than just that. It has such a diversity of landscapes that will forever remain etched in the minds of anybody who visits the area.
This corner of southwest Germany is characterised by striking landscapes with wooded plateaus and deep valleys, which make it loved by hikers, motorbike riders, mountain bikers and racing cyclists in equal measure. Visit the Hunsrück and leave the big cities and industrial areas behind, because here it’s all about nature, complemented by some idyllically-placed villages and small, but attractive towns.
Our natural and cultural landscape is varied, with its vast forests, meadows, hedges and verges full of a wide range of species, its valleys with their rivers and streams, its moorland areas as well as striking rock formations. It is home to a wide range of plants and animals. From the peaks of the Hunsrück down to the sun-drenched vineyards of the Mosel, Saar, Ruwer and Nahe. If you love nature, then you’ll love the Saar-Hunsrück Nature Park.
Be at one with nature amidst unforgettable landscapes as well as a history and culture that’s full of life – in the Saar-Hunsrück Nature Park. The Hochwald holiday region is right in the middle of this region and has plenty to offer its visitors. Fantastic views, mystical rock formations and varied flora and fauna with colourful meadows full of daffodils in the spring are what give this impressive natural environment its character, and are the ideal foundation for the kind of sustainable tourism which we offer in the Hochwald holiday region.
Wild cats, black storks etc. have all made their home here. The main reason why these timid creatures have settled in Hunsrück in such high numbers is the peace and quiet that prevails in the vast stretches of forest, which people too are also starting to appreciate in today’s ever-more hectic world. Nothing could be more appropriate than letting nature be nature in the Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park and making this “treasure” accessible to people in the form of sustainable tourism.
The Hochwald holiday region is directly adjacent to the national park, and so offers its visitors originality and authenticity right on its doorstep. Experiencing a slow pace of life and nature in its raw form isn’t a marketing ploy in the Hochwald holiday region, but a conscious appreciation of people and nature. Up-to-date information about the national park and the activities it offers for tourists can be found here:
The Saargau in Saarland and the Hunsrück in Rhineland-Pfalz make up this region, which offers a wide range of experiences to visitors who value their free time and which has plenty of tourist activities for both guests and locals to enjoy.
Premium hiking paths and mountain bike trails along with local culinary events and much more are typical of a region which has increasingly developed itself as a destination for nature tourism – and the work is far from over… Be curious, pay a visit and experience what we have to offer and enjoy the Hochwald holiday region in the Saar-Hunsrück adventure region!