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Paradise for water sports enthusiasts

Water experiences galore

Whether it's a stroll along the historic Schlagden, a walk across the historic Werra Bridge, the river islands Tanzwerder and Doktorwerder or the interactive "water traces" in the city.

The Weserstein with its romantic river poem at the confluence of the Werra and Fulda rivers to form the Weser is one of Hann. Münden's most popular photo motifs. Both here and at the Weserliedanlage, the view of Hann. Münden's water landscape is unique.

As a three-river town, Hann. Münden is an ideal starting point for water tours by canoe, kayak and motorboat. To provide you with comprehensive and clear information about the water sports on offer, Hann. Münden has joined the "Yellow Wave". The "Gelbe Welle" is a Germany-wide information system for water tourism offers. In addition, Hann. Münden has a wide range of services for water sports.

KanuTouristik-Mitte

Inh. Siegfried Bollums

KanuTouristik-Mitte offers canoe and kayak tours for individuals and groups along the rivers Weser, Werra, Fulda and Eder. The rivers run through a wide variety of riverine landscapes, such as nature reserves in the Rhön or narrow valleys along the Weser between Bram- and Reinhardswald.


Address:
Am Hagen 1, 37133 Friedland

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Kanu Schumacher

Inh. Sebastian Rust

Kanu Schumacher offers canoe tours on the Weser, Werra and Diemel. There is a choice of one-day, two-day or multi-day tours along the forested hill ranges, through valleys and past places steeped in history. Combination offers with mountain biking or archery can also be booked on request.

Address:
Domäne 2e, 34388 Trendelburg

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Moorings for canoes and kayaks

  • Tanzwerder Island, Hann. Münden (Werra, Fulda and Weser), Gustav-Blume-Weg.

    The joint jetty for the Werra, Fulda and Weser with a large canoe ladder is located at the end of the Fulda on the west bank of the island Unterer Tanzwerder immediately north of the suspension bridge. The old town of Hann. Münden is only a 5-minute walk from the jetty.

  • Hann. Münden (Weser) Youth Hostel, Prof.-Oelkers-Straße 10

    The canoe landing stage is on the grounds of Hann. Münden Youth Hostel. It is an official floating jetty for canoes and rowing boats and is located on the west bank of the Weser, (Weser 1.2 km, on the left bank) opposite the village of Gimte at the level of the former Bundeswehr site and the sports field.

  • Gimte (Weser), Gimter Straße - near Weserpark

    The canoe landing stage in Gimte is located two kilometres up the river Weser on the right bank of the river, directly adjacent to the district of Gimte. It is possible to get in and out of the canoe.

  • Ferry in Hemeln (Weser), Fährstraße OT Hemeln.

    The Hemeln-Fähre canoe landing stage is located on the east bank of the Weser near the Weser ferry in the village of Hemeln. The restaurant "Zur Fähre" invites you to linger directly on the river bank. At this point, you can reach the banks in Hesse and Lower Saxony with an old yaw rope ferry.

  • Glashütte (Weser) youth campsite, near Weserstraße OT Glashütte.

    The Glashütte youth campsite is 17.5 km from Hann. Münden on the right bank of the Weser. A visit to the youth campsite is a unique experience of nature. Situated in a wild and romantic setting directly on the steep bank of the Weser, this campsite is ideal for an overnight stopover when exploring the Weser by canoe or bike.

  • Bursfelde (Weser), Klosterhof 5 OT Bursfelde.

    The floating jetty and landing stage for canoes and rowing boats is located at 18.7 km on the right bank of the Weser. The jetty is in the immediate vicinity of Bursfelde Monastery and the monastery mill. Parking spaces are available. It is possible to drive up by car to load or unload boats. It is also particularly suitable for launching boats.

  • Hedemünden (Werra), Am Schlagbaum OT Hedemünden.

    The boat landing stage in Hedemünden is located on the northern bank of the Werra, directly in front of the bridge.

  • Laubach sports field and Spiegelburg (Werra) campsite, Rosentalweg OT Laubach.

    The district of Laubach is located on the Werra, about five kilometres from Hann. Münden. Two canoe landing stages (at the sports field and at the campsite) offer the opportunity to take a short break in the countryside or in the surrounding pubs and restaurants.

  • Bonaforth canoe landing stage (Fulda), An der Ziegelhütte OT Bonaforth.

    The canoe landing stage in Hann. Münden/Bonaforth is located on the right bank of the Fulda, coming downstream from Kassel, directly in front of the Bonaforth lock.

  • Speele jetty (Fulda), near Fuldastraße, Hohler Graben, Speele.

    The Speele jetty is located on the east bank of the Fulda near the village of Speele.

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Wasserski WMC Hann. Münden e. V.

Guests are also welcome at the WMC in the Laubach district of Hann Münden. Visitors have the opportunity to try out the sport during a taster course. The water-skiing course is located directly on the B80 trunk road between Hann. Münden and Hedemünden, directly under the A7 motorway bridge.


Address:
B80, below the Werratal bridge, 34346 Hann. Münden

Weser Yacht Club Hann. Münden e. V.

The harbour of the Weser-Yacht-Club e.V. is located on the island of Tanzwerder directly next to the historic old town. The Weser Yacht Club Hann. Münden has moorings available for guests.  Please report to the lock master at the Fuldaschleuse on Tanzwerder, tel. 05541/12807.


Address:
Tanzwerder Island, 34346 Hann. Münden

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Mündener Kanu-Club e. V.

The MKC is one of the most successful canoeing clubs in Lower Saxony. Apart from competitive sports, the club offers canoeing and the popular trend sport "Stand Up Paddling". On the calm waters of the Fulda, stand up paddling can be learned in just a few minutes.

Address:
Walter-Diestel-Weg 1, 34346 Hann. Münden

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