Outdoor Activities in Hürtgenwald

Outdoor activities in Hürtgenwald are a mix of adventure sports and some laid-back vibes amidst scenic beauty. Hürtgenwald comes with an ideal terrain and atmosphere to spend active holidays and make plenty of unforgettable memories. So, explore the wilderness of Hürtgenwald and spend some time in the lap of nature with these exciting outdoor activities Hürtgenwald has to offer. From the most adventurous experiences to the most popular ones, the following list combines it all to make sure you do not miss these unique experiences while planning a trip to Hürtgenwald.

From sunrise to sunset, let's discover the best spots for outdoor activities in Hürtgenwald:

  1. #1 of 4 Outdoors Activities in Hürtgenwald
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    Grosshau Fernsehturm Image
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    Address: 52393 Hürtgenwald, Germany

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    Wolfgang Müller

    Ursprünglich wurde der Turm für das Fernmeldenetz der Deutschen Telekom gebaut. Mit Zunahme des Mobilfunks hat er jedoch seine Bedeutung verloren. Ich hatte vor Jahren die Möglichkeit, mir die Fern...

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  2. #2 of 4 Outdoors Activities in Hürtgenwald
    Huertgenwaldwetter, Priv. Wetterstation Hurtgenwald-vossenack Image
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    Address: Im Oberdorf 93, 52393 Hürtgenwald, Germany

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    Dennis Behrendt

    Zuverlässig, aktuell und hilft gerne bei Rückfragen! Zudem liebe ich die Fotoserien auf der Homepage! Weiter so!

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  3. #3 of 4 Outdoors Activities in Hürtgenwald
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    Soldatenfriedhof Vossenack Image
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    Tags: Cemetery

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    Albert Pujadas

    German military cemetery in the Hürtgenwald. Grave of general Walter Model. Memorial to 116 Panzer Division. Rest in peace.

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  4. #4 of 4 Outdoors Activities in Hürtgenwald
    Museum Huertgenwald 1944 Und Im Frieden Image
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    Tags: Museum

    Timings: 08:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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    Albert Pujadas

    Very interesting museum about the heavy fighting in the Hürtgen Forest in autumn 1944.

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