Use the paths – please stick to the marked paths.
Use a lead – please keep your dog on a lead.
Leave nature intact – only take observations and memories with you.
Do not smoke or light fires.
Take litter with you – rubbish does not belong in nature.
Only cycle on marked cycle paths.
Tents and staying overnight prohibited – also in mobile homes. Use marked sites in the vicinity of the national park.
Due to the increasing proportion of old trees in the national park, branches and trees may fall more frequently on the paths here than in other forests. During storms, snow and adverse weather conditions in particular, for your own safety please avoid entering the forest or leave it as quickly as possible.
Taking part in events and entering the national park takes place at your own risk.
The 33 square kilometre Dreiborn Plateau in the Eifel National Park was actively used as the “Vogelsang Military Training Area” until the end of 2005.
Straying from the marked paths is prohibited for your own safety, because there is a risk of death due to unexploded ordnance and other devices off the paths.