Thick oaks, beautiful beech trees and the bright red berries of autumnal holly decorate the Friedwald Kalletal. The forest has always served humans here - formerly as Hutewald, today as FriedWald for the last rest at the roots of trees.
"Ihms Bruch" is the 61-hectare Friedwald Kalletal popularly called. Nestled between the Weser meadows on one side and the mountainous Aberg and the Kirchberg on the other, this forest has been growing for centuries. From a biological point of view, a spring and a stream form special biotopes in the forest. Powerful oaks and beech trees, the traditional trees of the Weserbergland, thrive on the very fertile loess soil. Imposing are above all the old Huteeichen. They donate protection and shade with their dense foliage and their deeply set treetops. Loungers in the woods invite you to rest and linger.
In the Friedwald Kalletal you can plant your final resting place yourself. For this purpose, a small planting area has been identified in the forest, on the prospective buyers can plant next to young oaks and beech and rare tree species such as walnut, wild pear or ginkgo.
( Descrition by: https://www.friedwald.de/standorte/kalletal/ )
GPS Coordinates: 52.17321, 8.95465
- Added: 2 Dec 2017
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #2656412
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