As northermost section of Wendland Circular Track, Wendland-Querweg trail connects Drawehn-Höhenweg with Elb-Höhenweg. It leads you through the wide heathlands and woods of the Wendland region near Hannover. The region is characterised by numerous circular villages with half-timbered courts surrounding a round village square; a shape that dates back to the Middle Ages. The hike divides into several stages.
- From Clenze to Satemin
- From Satemin to Trebel
- From Trebel to Schnackenburg
Sturdy shoes necessary
Overnight stay available
Eating options available
- With an overall length of 42 miles the hike is among the 15 longest hikes in Germany available on TouriSpo.
- Make sure to bring sturdy footwear on this track. Hiking boots are highly recommended. There are places to buy beverages and food along the track. However it’s always recommended to bring enough water and food along with you.
Coming via motorway A7, take exit Soltau-Ost, where B71 takes you to Uelzen. Keep on B71 towards Salzwedel until you can turn left into a forest to Clenze (L261).
The closest train station is located in Uelzen, where many trains from all around North Germany call. Clenze is located around 3 kilometres from Uelzen, and is serviced by buses.