Paddle tour on the Aller
Paddling on the Aller in glorious nature! Ideal for companies, families and nature fans – on the Aller you can enjoy absolute freedom in the countryside. Their low flow rate and comfortable width make it the ideal canoe river for larger groups, beginners, but also families with children.
- 3/4 seater Canoe or 1 seater Kayak
- Paddle & life jackets
- Dry bags for valuables and spare clothes
- Route map as well as a detailed instruction
Meeting PointOur put-in Celle, 52.6229, 10.0622
Start TimeOn request, arrangement after booking
You start at the put-in Celle, where you can get by train-for example with the Metronome within 100m walking distance from the train station. After the boat has been unloaded with our team, you will get the life jackets. Then we will give you a detailed description of the paddle technique and the handling of the boats. Of course, we also inform you about the rules of conduct because of the sensitive natural areas you are paddling in.
At the historic watergate in Oldau, the boats are portaged (there is a boat trolley which you can use) and you have the opportunity to take a long break. On request, the construct can be visited with a guided tour.
Rested and strengthened, it goes downstream to Winsen (Aller), where we pick you up. After cleaning and loading the boats and a small feedback round, you will have the opportunity to explore the gastronomy in and around Winsen. We will gladly arrange for you the return shuttle from the destination of the canoe trip to a place of your choice.
The Aller rises in Saxony-Anhalt in the west of the Magdeburg Börde and then takes its course through Lower Saxony in the northwest direction until it joins the Weser in Verden. Overall the river stretches on a length of 260 kilometers. Compared to the Örtze, the much wider Aller flows at slow speed through a natural and delightful forest and meadow landscape as well as past smaller villages. Due to its slow flowrate the river is perfect for larger canoe groups, families with children and untrained canoeists.