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    Climbing at a High-Ropes Park and Observing Animals at a Wildlife Enclosure

    Today begins with a visit to a high-ropes park, where you and your family get to climb among tree tops to test your balance and fine-tune your motor skills. Later on, your journey takes you to a wildlife enclosure, where you will get to observe animals such as deer and wild boar. You will also get to enjoy the German tradition of having coffee and cake in the late afternoon.
    6.8 mi20 min
    Hochseilgarten K1
    10:003 hrs

    Hochseilgarten K1

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    Visiting the high-ropes park K1 is an exciting adventure for the whole family. Here, you get to connect with nature in a completely new way as you (safely) climb among tree tops.
    Please note Advance bookings are necessary, and only card payments are accepted.
    For prices and opening times (which vary depending on the dates), please check the website.
    Also, make sure to familiarise yourself with the age, height and weight requirements before booking.
    You can park your car at the free car park at Schallemicher Straße 40.
    1.3 mi5 min
    Zur Lindenwirtin
    13:151 hr

    Zur Lindenwirtin

    Restaurant
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    After all that climbing fun, you are sure to be looking forward to a filling lunch by now. Expect seasonal and regional (Bergisch) dishes accompanied by a beautiful view and friendly service at this family-owned gem overlooking the Scherfbach Valley. The half-timbered house will give you all the cosy German vibes while you and your family will be fuelling up for the rest of your day.
    Opening hours Monday to Tuesday: closed Wednesday, Friday - Sunday: 11:00–21:00 Thursday: 11:00–16:00
    2.7 mi10 min
    Café Gut Leidenhausen
    15:3030 min

    Café Gut Leidenhausen

    Café
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    Before you head to the wildlife enclosure Wildgehege Leidenhausen, how about some coffee and cake for the grown-ups and ice-cream-topped waffles for the little ones to experience the typical German afternoon tradition of Kaffee und Kuchen (coffee and cake)?
    Opening hours April to October Monday to Tuesday: closed Wednesday to Sunday: 11:00–18:00 Bank holidays: 11:00–18:00
    November to March Monday to Tuesday: closed Wednesday to Sunday: 11:00–17:00 Bank holidays: 11:00–17:00
    0.4 mi10 min
    Wildgehege Leidenhausen
    16:152 hrs

    Wildgehege Leidenhausen

    Landmark
    Open Details
    The wildlife enclosure Wildgehege Leidenhausen is open 24/7 throughout the whole year. Here, you get the opportunity to observe wild boars as well as red deer. If you plan your trip around April/May time, you might even be able to spot some young wild boar and deer calves, as they are born around that time of the year.
    Opening times 24/7 throughout the whole year (please respect that the animals rest during the night)
    4.1 mi10 min
    Pizzeria da Papalia
    18:301 hr 30 min

    Pizzeria da Papalia

    Restaurant
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    Let the day come to a close with a certain round dish that is usually unanimously accepted by all family members, young and old: a traditional Italian pizza! Talk about your highlights of the day, and begin to wind down before it is soon time to hit the hay.
    Opening hours Wednesday to Monday: 12:00–15:00 and 17:00–22:00 Tuesday: closed
    0.4 mi10 min
    Haus Wessel
    20:1510 hrsHotel visit

    Haus Wessel

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    After another day filled with exciting events, you will gladly sink into your beds at Haus Wessel for some well-deserved shut-eye. Make sure to set your alarms for the next morning, though, as more exciting adventures, which you will not want to miss, await you and your family.
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