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Autumn walks

10 colorful autumn walks through Hamburg

The golden season covers Hamburg in a sparkling robe. We just can't get enough from the bright sea of colors in autumn. When the first leaves turn color, it's the perfect time for extensive autumn walks. We show you Hamburg's most beautiful places for walking and hiking.

10 colorful autumn walks through Hamburg

The golden season covers Hamburg in a sparkling robe. We just can't get enough from the bright sea of colors in autumn. When the first leaves turn color, it's the perfect time for extensive autumn walks. We show you Hamburg's most beautiful places for walking and hiking.

1.Falkensteiner Ufer

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In the autumn months, the Falkenstein riverbank attracts visitors to take a leisurely stroll along the water. With a view over the Elbe, you can enjoy nature here and recharge your batteries. Ambitious walkers can start the run at the Oevelgönner Museum harbor and stroll down the Elbe to the Falkensteiner Ufer in about two hours.

 

Falkensteiner Ufer

Falkensteiner Ufer
22587 Hamburg

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2.Harburger Berge

Harburger Berge
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Harburger Berge
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Harburger Berge
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Harburger Berge
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Harburger Berge
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Hiking in Hamburg's flat country? The mountains around Harburg make it possible. South of the Elbe, dense forests and large areas of heathland invite you to take excursions into nature. On the marked hiking trails you can admire the autumnal colorfulness of the trees. The "climbers" will also be rewarded with idyllic views and wonderful silence.

 

Harburger Berge

Fischbeker Heideweg 43a
21149 Hamburg

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3.Ohlsdorfer Friedhof

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Ohlsdorf Cemetery is not only the largest cemetery in Europe, but also an inviting park with impressive natural areas. In autumn, the cemetery in the north of Hamburg turns into a colorful sea of leaves. The park offers the ideal opportunity for long walks outside in the fresh air. On Halloween, the cemetery then promises the necessary creepy factor for an eerily beautiful walk.

 

Ohlsdorfer Friedhof

Fuhlsbüttler Straße 756
22337 Hamburg

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4.Jenischpark

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Hike, relax and enjoy is the motto in Jenisch Park. Not far from the Elbe, the green space in the style of an English garden extends over around 43 hectares. Enough space to romp, walk and admire. In addition to the nature experience, Jenisch Park promises cultural delights in the Jenisch House and Ernst Barlach House.
 

 

Jenischpark

Baron-Voght-Straße 50
22609

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5.Niendorfer Gehege

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Niendorfer Gehege
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Forest and wilderness in Hamburg? The Niendorfer Gehege allows its visitors to take time out far from the hustle and bustle of the big city. At the golden time of year, the flora of the natural area shines in its most vibrant autumn colors. The hiking trails invite you to stroll and walk. A special highlight are the free-living animals of the Niendorfer Gehege. With a bit of luck, the shy wild animals will show themselves during your autumn walk.

 

Niendorfer Gehege

Bondenwald 80
22459 Hamburg

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6.Planten un Blomen

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The green park Planten un Blomen is worth a visit at any time of the year. In autumn, the flora really dresses up and puts on its most colorful garb. Especially then, when so much changes in nature every day, there are enough reasons to stop by here again.

 

Planten un Blomen

Marseiller Straßer 8
20355 Hamburg

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7.Botanical garden

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Only a few stations with the S1 (to Klein Flottbek) and from there only a few meters on foot awaits you the Botanical Garden of the University of Hamburg. Also known as "Loki Schmidt Garden", the park is open to visitors and divided into the different landscapes of all continents.

 

Loki Schmidt Garten

Ohnhorststraße
22609 Hamburg

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8.Heathland of Lüneburg

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In a list of the most beautiful destinations for an autumn walk, of course, the Heathland of Lüneburg should not be missing. The warm summer has done a great job and dipped the heath in an incomparable lilann hue. Hiking trails are here for every demand and taste. Probably the most beautiful round leads to the Wilseder Berg.

Lüneburger Heide


29646 Bispingen

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9.Stadtpark

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Hamburg's largest park is a real magnet for all lovers of nature, and not just in summer. Once the numerous deciduous trees here turn orange-red-yellow, there are new photo opportunities at every turn for the perfect souvenir picture.

 

Stadtpark

Saarlandstraße / Jahnring / Südring
22303 Hamburg

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10.Altes Land

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In the Old Country is now high season! The apple harvest has begun. But even away from the plantations and fruit farms, there are many green corners to discover on the numerous hiking trails along the Elbe.

 

Altes Land bei Hamburg

Osterjork 10
21635 Jork

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