Along the way, there are a variety of anchorage and mooring points – whether at water hiking rest areas and campsites or in the middle of the countryside. On the banks of the river there are often only woods and meadows, occasionally interrupted by small residential areas. The animal world still seems to be intact here, and with a bit of luck you can observe beavers cutting down trees or watch countless bats swarming out at dusk. Greeting each other with the traditional salutation ‘Petri Heil’, anglers can look forward to a good catch.
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