Postcard from The Winding Trail 06: Rendsburg

A few weeks ago we headed out from Berlin to explore the salt marshes and tidal estuaries of Germany’s North Sea coast. On the way we crossed the Kiel Canal, and discovered the Rendsburg railway bridge, an architectural marvel that dominated the landscape and became the subject for our latest Postcard from The Winding Trail, which we sent out this morning.

Our postcards are an irregular email newsletter including original writing as well as a round-up of everything we’ve been doing here on the blog, stuff that our mates are up to (this time a shout out for our friends at hidden europe magazine), and a collection of other odds and ends that we think might be of interest – including a book of mountain stories, a film about trail running through Black History, and some hotels we’ve found are well-suited for outdoor adventures in the Lüneburg Heath and up on the North Sea coast.

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Postcard from The Winding Trail 06: Rendsburg