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Wisent-Wald Wittgenstein, Bad Berleburg
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  • Before, I thought...hmm After we've been there, we thought: wow! An amazing experience, walking through nature and seeing/meeting these fabulous animals. A Must See for young and old. 
  • Those who come here, can (but does not have!) much see and experience. The plant (oversized natural Zoo) shows a small herd of wild bison in a fenced forest area. The ascent of the area requires a portion of fitness because he "Roundly" runs over stock and stone, mountain and Valley etc. through the terrain! Who discovered the herd during this tour and you can get closer, is rewarded sufficiently with spectacular views!
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  • It's just amazing to be able to experience these animals in the "wild". Although it is an enclosure, but at least the animals have the ability to remain aloof to the visitors. At the same time, it is but make sure that you can see it (at least from a distance). A pair of binoculars makes the whole thing even more rewarding! After the hike, children have still the opportunity to allow a natural playground. Even on rental boots for the water playground was intended - super!
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  • Super natural circuit. Something more sophisticated than 'normal' walks, but that was great.
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  • Toller Park, very friendly people. Very nice for walking and marvel at the bison herd.
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  • We have not made it flatly, as he was not inviting. Instead, we wanted to drink a cyclist. We went to 25 of minute wait time without being served. The people next to us warrn of the Saturday stew very disappointed
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  • One thing must be clear to everyone, the paths are real natural and in bad weather without. But I can only recommend it. And there is one more thing not a ZOO so it can happen that you see no bison because themselves have warped the animals in a safe place. PS: But we want also not look us standing over your shoulder
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  • Routes are demanding and dangerous. The terrain looks terrible, just cut tree stumps and no bison far and wide. Except in a small cow pasture fenced off. Not to be recommended with small children.
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