Explore the Haardt-Hesselbierg-Staebierg nature reserve with a guide and appreciate all the richness this former mining site has to offer.
Attention: The ticket price applies per group and not per person.
- Guided tour of the old mining site
- Perfect for families, groups and individual visitors
- Nature and history - all in one
- Tour with professional guide
- In case of questions, call +352 2754 5991
A trained guide will accompany you and your group on your adventure.
Please bring solid shoes and clothing adapted to the weather conditions
|Participants||Group guided tour - maximum group size: 4 people. Please be advised: As a precautionary measure during the COVID-19 crisis, all outdoor activities must be restricted to 4 visitors. We apologize for any inconvenience.|
|Categories||Hiking, Leisure Activities|
|Languages||English, French, German, Luxembourgish|
This ticket is valid for a group of up to 4 participants.
Please be advised: As a precautionary measure during the COVID-19 crisis, all outdoor activities must be restricted to 4 visitors. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Rue Reiteschkopp, Dudelange, Luxembourg
Offered byOffice Régional du Tourisme du Sud asbl
The largest nature reserve in the country
The Haard Hesselsbierg Staebierg nature reserve spans three municipalities: Dudelange, Kayl and Rumelange. With an area of 600 hectares, it is the largest nature reserve in the country. What makes it so unique?The reserve, which is part of the European Natura 2000 network, is largely composed of former open-pit mining sites. After mining operations ceased, it was officially declared a nature reserve in 1994. Since then, nature has slowly reclaimed the land, and today it is home to numerous indigenous species. Once a semi-dry landscape, its grasses have been gradually transformed into paradises for fauna and flora.
There are, however, some remains from the former mining era still visible, offering visitors and hikers a glimpse of what the landscape used to look like. You can see the layers of ore and limestone, and discover the many footprints left behind as a testament to the past. And to help you better understand the reserve’s rich heritage and culture, there are 16 explanatory panels to guide you along the way.