With respect for the nature

The goal of protecting nature as a reserve or national park is to protect and nurture particularly valuable areas in the long term. The protection should simply ensure the possibility of great nature experiences - today and in the future.

Within the reserve, it is forbidden to:

  • Deliberately disturbing wildlife
  • Bring an uncoupled dog or other stray animal
  • Make a fire other than in specially designated places
  • Break twigs, trap or otherwise damage living or dead trees and shrubs, or damage vegetation by digging up herbs, grasses, mosses or lichens
  • Put up a tent other than at a designated place and no longer than two days
  • Put up a board, poster, poster, sign, inscription or similar device
  • In a disturbing way use a radio, tape recorder, musical instrument or similar