The village of Adelebsen lies on the northern edge of the Münden Nature Park between the Bramwald and Solling. Its charming natural landscape runs through the middle of the Schwülme and Auschnippe valleys and is surrounded by formerly volcanic mountains and forests. For over 150 years, basalt has still been quarried on the Bramburg for road and railway ballast construction.
The main town of Adelebsen is dominated by a massive keep worth seeing and a castle which is still inhabited today. A panoramic hiking trail connects Adelebsen with Hann. Münden via the Niemetal valley. The landscape can be explored on numerous hiking and cycling trails around the villages. Visitors are cordially invited, as Adelebsen's motto is: "Varied is the landscape, versatile in nature. The best conditions for pure relaxation".