The landscape looks like something between moon craters, the surface of another planet or the greener parts of a desert region. The highest visible dune resembles the mountain that Richard Dreyfuss was obsessed with in “Close Encounters of the Third Kind.” The view of the North Sea coast and surrounding dunes and fun falling back down make this hill worth the climb.
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The neighboring wooded areas are worth the trek as well and appear to have grown up over the dunes. Much of the forest floor is a sandy soil mixture and there are a number of bonsai-style trees to see as well as exotic mushrooms. There are also plenty of sandy slopes to roll down.
|A rope leads down the slope.|