Climate friendly travel
By train and without traffic jams comfortably to Mettlach.
The bed in the cornfield remains free - if you really want to treat yourself to something crazy in Saarland, you can spend the night in the trees at a height of two meters in one of the so-called Cloefhänger. The fact that you can also have a good time during the day in the Saarland is something you're happy to accept ...
You should be free from giddiness, otherwise the night might be restless. If you decide to spend the night in one of the "Cloefhänger" directly with a view of the enchanting Saarschleife decides, must just live with the fact that he beds in a kind of swinging mountaineering seesaw. The place of action: the "little Cloef", about three hundred meters above the Saar Loop. The "little Cloef," by the way, is the sister of, well: correct Cloef, the better known and larger viewpoint on Germany's most beautiful river bend. Most of the visitors who want to see this natural work of art with their own eyes hike there.
The more exciting night, however, is to be had in one of the floating tents that climber Martin Hagen from Schmelz, near Saarlouis, came up with on one of his trips to the mountains. There, similar mobile beds are used for steep face climbing. And why go to all that trouble when you could also sleep in a hotel room without wobbling? Anyone who has ever heard the sounds of the forest in the dead of night and watched the sunrise over the Saarschleife was allowed to observe, will certainly never ask this question again ...
By the way, you can find tips on how to travel comfortably and inexpensively on long-distance and local trains with Deutsche Bahn here.
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