Here is an excerpt from the last weekend of action on October 10 and 11, 2020:
For those who like to be on the move, the newly opened Rhineland Orchard Route offers a guided bike tour with interesting facts about the "orchard meadow" cultural landscape. Or, alternatively, you can cycle along a former railroad line in the Bergisches Land and follow the trail of bats at the same time. How best to travel with tent and backpack, and where it is legal to camp in forests, can be learned on an excursion with a trekking expert in the northern Eifel. That this region is one of the last in NRW with a view of the Milky Way can be learned on an unforgettable guided tour of the stars with a look through extraordinary telescopes. A special highlight is also a tour to Lost Places, the velassenen places, in the Siebengebirge and an adventure tour for children through the wild Pleisbach Valley. Even for locals there might be one or the other unexpected new discovery. The program is colorfully mixed. Fossils can be collected, water samples can be taken, or big and small adventures can be experienced during a day together on the cave trail and in the Agger valley cave. Those who are simply looking for relaxation in nature will also find it. For example, on a mindfulness hike or on a barefoot hike for children. Last but not least, lectures on the Roman canal or guided tours on the history of the formation of the volcanic landscape on the fire route offer exciting insights for all those interested in history.