Join our rangers on a guided hike in the Granitz Forest Nature Reserve.
With more than 1,000 hectares, Granitz is the largest contiguous forest area in the Southeast Rügen Biosphere Reserve. The visitor is offered a variety of different forest communities. The beech stands on the steep slopes are among the richest in species in the North German lowlands. Small kettle bogs are occasionally embedded in the beech forests. One of these kettle bogs can be experienced at the Black Lake. Its lush shoreline vegetation harbors a multitude of rare and specially protected animal and plant species.
Please remember to wear sturdy shoes and weatherproof clothing. In case of weather conditions that pose dangers for the guests during the hike (e.g. storms), guided tours may be cancelled and, if necessary, the ranger on site may cancel the tour.