© Maren Pussak / Das Bergische

Our Route management

Dear guests, The Bergisches Land Nature Park Association has set up a central trail management system in order to maintain the quality of the signposting and ensure sustainable signage is in place for visitors that is in keeping with the landscape and tourism. Together with our volunteer trail rangers, the municipal building yards and many other partners, our trail managers make sure that you don't lose your way when you're out and about in the Bergisches Land. 


If you notice a missing marker, a tree lying across the path, a damaged information board or the like, please feel free to let us know about this impediment - or any other suggestions or complaints about the trails in the Bergisches Land. To do so, simply contact the Trail Management Team directly, ideally on your smartphone while still at the location, by using the Trail Detective feature (Tourinspektor) in our Bergisches Wanderland app (https://erlebnisapp.dasbergische.de). We are always grateful for feedback that indicates a need for improvement on the trails, because this is the only way to maintain the quality that we have achieved! 


You can also find out about all the latest news we have about hiking (Bergisches Wanderland) and cycling. 


We hope you enjoy your activities in the Bergisches Land! 


Your Trail Management Team 


Bergisches Land Nature Park Association 


Route management 

Moltkestraße 26 

51643 Gummersbach 

Telefon: +49 2261 / 91631-00 

E-Mail: wegemanagement@naturpark-bl.de 



our trail manager bergisch hiking country


Wastl Roth-Seefrid
Telefon: +49 2261 91631-20
Mobil: +49 171 55 88 325
E-Mail: wegemanagement[a]naturpark-bl.de


our manager for the cycling routes


Andreas Kurze
Telefon: +49 2261 91631-30
E-Mail: wegemanagement[a]naturpark-bl.de


One request...

Nature offer numerous opportunities to actively recharge your batteries. Please play your part in protecting the environment and conserving the natural surroundings for both people and wildlife with consideration and respect:  

  • Do not leave the signposted routes and behave calmly, especially in nature conservation areas. 

  • Please have consideration for others nature users, especially pedestrians on the shared trails. 

  • Take your rubbish home with you. 

Many thanks! 

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