© Patrick Gawandtka, Kreis Mettmann

neanderland HIKING WEEK

The hiking event takes place every two years around the neanderland STEIG. In addition to tours for ambitious hikers, walks for older people and families with children are also offered. The 5th neanderland HIKING WEEK begins on May 25, 2024 with an opening event. From the 26. May to 2. June Hiking enthusiasts can then experience the region through a variety of tours, from easy walks to challenging excursions into the mountainous hilly landscape. You will find all important information here in due course.

Looking for tour guides

Creative tours can now be submitted

For the neanderland HIKING WEEK from May 25th to June 02nd, 2024 sucht Neanderland Tourism now has interested tour guideswho want to show guests and locals a very special side of the region. 

We are looking for tour providers with exciting routes for families, hikes with animals, herbal excursions, walks for mindfulness and nature experiences, Nordic walking tours or themed hikes about special features in Neanderland. These can be, for example, industrial culture, enjoyment or special landscapes such as heath or lakes.

Still until 12. December You can apply as an interested hiking guide for the 5th Neanderland HIKING WEEK. Here you can enter all information for the guided hike, such as details about the hiking route, level of difficulty and price. 


© Patrick Gawandtka, Kreis Mettmann
© Patrick Gawandtka, Kreis Mettmann


4th neanderland HIKING WEEK 2022

Hike, discover and enjoy - the neanderland HIKING WEEK 2022 was so beautiful! Over 9 days, hiking enthusiasts of all ages could explore the most beautiful stretches of the neanderland STEIG, the discovery loops and many other hiking trails on more than 35 guided tours.

With a focus on mindfulness, culinary delights, encounters with animals, nature or adventure, numerous themed tours invited visitors to discover neanderland. And the response was clearly positive: both hikers and tour guides are completely satisfied with the successful HIKING WEEK. The wide-ranging program was also well received beyond the borders of the region: "Many tour guides told us about numerous interested participants who came not only from neanderland but also from neighboring regions," says Lena Riekemann, organizer of the neanderland HIKING WEEK . "For hiking fans, this was a great opportunity to get surprising insights into the nature and history of the region or even to discover familiar things from a completely new perspective!"

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