Accessibility in the national park
Out and about with rangers
When hiking with the national park rangers, the focus is on experiencing nature and enjoying nature with all your senses. That is why our rangers use different senses to bring the wilderness of the national park to life via touch, sound and smell. So our activities are also ideal for blind and visually impaired guests. Our rangers receive further training for particular target groups. Special group tours can be designed on an individual basis. Make an enquiry in good time, preferably for a period outside the high season.
Wheelchair-accessible viewing platforms
Viewing platform at Darsser Ort, can be reached via a barrier-free access path from the Darssbahn terminus station
Zarrenzin reached via an approx. 100 m long access path from the parking area
Observation hut west of Zingst and "Kirrblick" on the dike, reached from the shopping centre parking area
Viewing platform at Pramort, east of Zingst, only accessible via the approx. 8 km long dike cycle path through the Sundische Wiese, nearest parking at the Schlösschen Sundische Wiese hotel.
Hiddensee National Park House
Sundische Wiese National Park Information
House on the cliff in Barhöft
Inselschatz Ummanz Exhibition in Waase
Insider Tip: accessible adventure tours
The observation post at Nothafen can be reached by carriage. From there you have a breath-taking view of the Baltic Sea and the ever-growing land at Darsser Ort. The carriage companies can provide information about the trip. Alternatively, take the Darssbahn railway to the end of the line and from there reach the observation point via a barrier-free access route.
From the accessible "Kirrblick" observation point, resting cranes can be observed particularly well, especially in autumn. This is a particularly good spot to see the approach to their night quarters – the island of Kirr. In general, you have a good view of the Bodden from the observation point at any time of the year and you can spot a variety of water birds. The car can be parked in the parking area opposite, by the shopping centre.
Reed islands in which red deer and wild boar hide or Hiddensee island as a distant silhouette, from Pramort you can discover all this and much more. The observation post cannot be reached by car, but only on foot or by bike along the 8 km long dike path. The nearest parking area is located at the Schlösschen Sundische Wiese hotel.
From the Zarrenzin parking area, it is just a short distance (approx. 100 m) to the accessible observation stand. Here you have the best view of the islands of Bock and Werder.
There is also a brochure in easy language about the national park. It is available on request free of charge from the National Park Authority.
Phone: ++49 38234 502 23