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Unfortunately there was quite a lot of construction work ongoing at the entrance to this park. It was a nice walk around for 40 - 60 minutes looking at the wolves. The park does give you directions for longer walks (Wolfweg) which we did not...More
This was a one-of-a-kind experience in Merzig. Seeing differnet types of wolves in giant natrual enclosures and hearing comments from the two people taking care of them gives you a totally new perspective of these amazing creatures well worth to be protected and not hunted...More
You get to see plenty of wolves : grey ones, brown ones, white ones (polar wolves).
We didn't see them when we started our walk at 10am but they got (dead) chicken upon our return at 1.30pm and then turned out in full force !...More
There's not that typical zoo-atmosphere in the "Wolfspark", as you've got more the feeling of walking around a public park with some fenced forest-areas in which the wolves hide (or show themselves).
We were lucky enough to see most of the subspecies of wolves, which...More
This park is a great opportunity to see wolfs at near sights, very simple nothing to go exousted, excellent for families.
Great place to take pictures, climb on the viewing posts and capture some cool wolf portraits.
There's a souvenir stand inside, and a restaurant...More
We visited here to see wolves as I hadn't seen them before. I particularly enjoyed the arctic wolves. It is free to go in and wander around. We went on a wet day so didn't stay as long, still managed to see several wolves despite...More
Imagine your favourite country park. Now add in large fenced enclosures with wolves dotted around it. That is pretty much what this place is. And doesn't that sound FANTASTIC?
It is a very easy trip from most places around west Saarland and well worth making....More
To see a pack of wolves howling into the wind is quite an experience.
The park is set in spacious grounds just out of the town of Merzig. We saw two packs of Arctic wolves and a pack of Swedish Wolves. The Timber wolves remained...More