© Dominik Ketz, Kreis Mettmann

Blogging on the go neanderland

First-hand tips

The following bloggers share impressions of their very personal experiences neanderland. As part of their individual travel reports, they provide inspiration for particularly worthwhile destinations and sights, practical tips on hiking routes, parking and food options, hiking with family and dog, and so much more. Accompany the bloggers on their travels by reading, watching the videos and getting a taste for it. Be inspired by their experiences – and do the same.
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Worn out shoes

© Sabine Schönberg

Hiking blogger Bina reports on tours, experiences, travel and other outdoor activities on her blog "Ausgelatscheschuhe". Whether it's a small hike on the doorstep, an ultra-march or a crossing of the Alps: Bina is always on the go. She shares information about hiking, various hiking trails and regions with you. It also offers guided hikes once or twice a month.

couch escape

© Sabrina Bechtold

Sabrina from the outdoor travel blog "Couchaway" is not only an original Ruhrpott girl, but also describes herself as a scaredy-cat with a thirst for adventure. On her blog she reports with a lot of heart and soul about her hikes, mountain bike tours and nature trips near and far.

Creative Elena

© Elena Paschinger

The blogger Elena from Austria writes about her international travels with a focus on "enjoyment & culinary delights" and "creative".

The forest is calling

© Patrick Krenz

Patrick would like to show with short, cheerful videos what beautiful corners there are between the Rhine and Ruhr neanderland and in Bergisch - a bit cheeky and always with a charming wink. All tours can be reached by train and the routes are available to download.

Discoverer (g) travel

© Monika Baum

In her travel and lifestyle blog Discoverer(g)reise, Monika writes about travel and experiences with and for the over 40s.

Julia's Journeyz | future-friendly travel blog

© Julia Beatrice Theiler

Julia Beatrice lives in the Shire with her husband and their two cats. This is the name of the holiday region that stretches from Hamburg up the Elbe to Friedrichskoog on the North Sea. She has been blogging about traveling and a minimalist concept of life since 2020. She has been building Julia's Journeyz | since 2023 future-friendly travel blog into a portal for sustainable travel. She wants to show that it is now easy, inexpensive and varied. The travel region neanderland recommends it for a trip with the Deutschlandticket

Outdoor Family Happiness

© Natalie Dickmann

Natalie blogs about nature and outdoor experiences as well as active travel for the whole family. The focus is on hiking and traveling with children, but also on outdoor activities with friends and her husband. Based on the Lower Rhine in North Rhine-Westphalia, she and her loved ones are always drawn to the Alps, but also to the German low mountain ranges and the varied nature in and around NRW. It is a matter close to her heart to motivate families to spend their free time in the fresh air and to enable children to experience nature with all their senses.

For families, Natalie recently published her book "Nature Time with Children: Green Oases in the Ruhr Area", which presents 40 special hiking and discovery tours for young and old.

POTT.each other

© Sascha Barchet

Sascha "Schrömi" Barchet is a blogger from the Ruhr area and has been reporting on various leisure, excursion and event tips on his POTT.blog on the Internet and in the social media since 2017 under the motto "MIT.einander, FÜR.einander, POTT.einander". Media, as POTT.cast on Spotify and especially on his YouTube channel. "BLOGGING THE POTT: Getting close!" with POTT.einander, the Heimat.BLOG from ESSEN.

travel notebook

© Sabine Depew

Reisekladde blogs about traveling with a dog.

Travel makes you hungry

© Thomas Thill

On my blog reisenmachthungrig.de I bring my two great passions together - nature photography and hiking. Together with my husband, who now records our videos, and our loyal travel companion Merlin, I go out on the weekends to explore the natural paradises around Cologne. We always take our food with us due to my intolerances. Therefore, there are also easy and quick to implement, compatible dishes on my blog, which are also suitable to take away.


© Nina Hüpen-Bestendonk

Nina Hüpen-Bestendonk takes it very freely after Janosch: Happiness is far away and the distance is always there where you are not. On her blog Smaracuja, the graphic designer and bouncy world champion uses illustrative stories to tell about the longing for travel, about what home actually means and about the many big and small adventures in between. She works as a content creator in Berlin.

soul trails

© Soultrails

Soultrails has hiking fever! In his YouTube channel he reports on the topics of hiking, trekking and ultralight equipment and is primarily aimed at newcomers. On his first long-distance hike he got it neanderland STEIG selected.

Part time traveler

© Janett Schindler

Janett and her team blog about short trips and short hikes, she has been there several times neanderland. In 2022 she will be on the road researching the home moments in the Bergisches Land.


The Travelholics

© Marcel Lorek

Nicole and Marcel from The Travelholics are addicted to traveling and love hiking and mountaineering tours. In their blog they report about their travels and experiences around the world. Also in neanderland they stopped and the neanderland STEIG explored at every turn.


© Matthias Kästner

Travel-Du.de takes you to rugged coasts, remote lagoons and endless sandy beaches - but also through narrow streets, dense jungle or snow-capped mountains. Sometimes it's far away and sometimes just around the corner, such as to the Neandertal. There is something for everybody. And new things are constantly being added. So, pack your backpack and come with me!

Many women on tour

© Tanja Neumann

Tanja blogs about short and weekend trips, creative vacations, convertible tours and road trips with stops in special cafés and restaurants.

forest cult

© Timo Hoffmann

Timo Hoffmann loves hiking and adventure. Above all, long-distance hikes (trekking) - even under extreme conditions - are his passion. On his YouTube blog "Waldkult" he presents his travels and tours in short videos.

Walking Eddie

© Carsten Ewers

Carsten Ewers explores the hiking trails and excursion destinations in the Bergisches Land as “Walking Eddie”. neanderland, in the Ruhr area and the Harz. He reports about his tours in hiking videos on his YouTube channel and on his blog.

hiking trail world

© Jürgen Weiß

Onwandernwegewelt.de everything revolves around the topic of hiking. Whether short or long, demanding or easy, near or far hiking trails - Jürgen Weiß hikes them all and blogs about the many thousands of trails that invite you to hike and experience nature in Germany and Europe.

© Patrick Gawandtka, Kreis Mettmann

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For big and small

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Action-packed throughout neanderland

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