Guided Hike of Jasmund National Park
The "National Park Jasmund" is located in the northeast of Ruegen Island and covers 30 square kilometers. The "Koenigsstuhl" or "King's Chair" is Germanys highest and most famous chalk cliff and has become world renowned through the paintings of the German "Romantic" artist Caspar David Friedrich. From the view point (120m above sea level) you have a breathtaking view of the Baltic Sea. Our Park guide on this guided hike will help us to experience the National Park. Because of the special geological characteristics of the Jasmund National Park, it is home to many rare plants and animals. There are many swamp-like ponds in the forest behind the cliffs. In the woods of the Stubnitz there are numerous water-filled, un-drained dells and hollows, most of which came into existence as ice-age dead ice holes in this fascinating wilderness.
Notes: The hike involves 3 hours of walking over uneven surfaces in the forest and along the cliff tops. It can be strenuous and participants should be reasonably fit and wear appropriate footwear. A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures and prices in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change.
Port: Sassnitz, Ruegen Island
Duration: 4 hours
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