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Edersee, Waldeck
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Edersee is the third-largest reservoir in Germany, located behind the Edersee Dam. You can stroll along winding at the water's edge and even walk across the dam. You can also enjoy the water by swimming or renting a boat. Treetop courses are available for the more adventurous. Don't forget to take the time to explore the national park. Maps are available at the visitor's center. Put Edersee into our Waldeck holiday planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Waldeck.
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  • We were two weeks at the Edersee, it is beautiful there. So many great trails, good restaurants in the surrounding area with accessible by car. It is quiet and absolutely great! Already, look forward to come again in the summer!
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  • An absolutely remarkable location. Right now at low water, almost 35 metres less you can also the foundation walls of the sunken city and bridge and remains of the Church visit. The Edersee region is beautifully designed, and there are many ways to use athletic. Ideal for children, because there are many different activities. Zoo, climbing park, playgrounds, electric boat, sailing, camping and much more. Very much recommended. Greetings Rudi Klier
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  • Have our family vacation spent the last few years. We were lucky both to meet low water when full water also. Both are worth a visit. At low tide, one should visit the Edersee-Atlantis. Extended cruises is worthwhile when full water. There will be as many deals that should never arise boredom but otherwise. As the Zoo and the corn maze or the high ropes course.
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