4. Etappe: Schneverdingen – Soltau


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From Schneverdingen (starting point is again the car park Osterheide) the Freudenthalweg leads through further open heath areas and through a wetland to Hof Möhr with the Alfred Töpfer Academy for Nature Conservation. The Alfred Töpfer Academy for Nature Conservation is located under old oaks on the Möhr farm.

It is an international training and meeting place for nature conservation.

On the Möhr farm you will find a beautifully situated farm with meadow orchards and a constructed wetland.

From Möhr farm the trail leads via Heber and Surbostel to the cosy Bohemian metal.

In the small village of Wolterdingen, the small Heide church is particularly worth seeing. The Heiligen-Geist-Kirche Wolterdingen is a one-nave, gothic brick building from 1369 with a freestanding wooden bell tower carrying very old bells - the oldest from around 1350.

1998-2001 during a restoration of the church, remains of gothic mural paintings were uncovered. From Wolderdingen it goes through the Böhmetal to Soltau, where adults become children again in the North German Toy Museum.

In addition to exhibits from four centuries, it houses one of Europe's most important doll's houses, the "Dingley Hall" from 1877. In Soltau you can end your hike on the Freudenthal and travel back home comfortably by train.