Rivers are an important feature of the looks of our landscape. We cycle along the banks or hike through the meadows and enjoy their vividness. How much the view on the landscape can change if one looks upon it while being on the river, is astonishing- it is definitely an enjoyment...
The river Naab -with about 100 kilometre of length- has its name from the place where the rivers Wald and Haidenaab meet. It is in the south of Weiden i. d. Opf. near Oberwildenau in the administrative district Neustadt a. d. Waldnaab. Further north it is a branched stretch of water of the Fichtelnaab, Waldnaab and the Schweinenaab. Beginning in the north it flows through the administrative district of Neustadt a.d. Waldnaab, the city of Weiden i. d. Oberpfalz, the administrative district of Schwandorf and in the end through the administrative district of Regensburg, where it eventually flows into the Donau in the west of Regensburg. The river Naab flows unhurriedly, with little current and is perfectly suited for boat trips and day trips as it does not have any difficulties. Even beginners, groups and families can peacefully paddle towards their destination.
Source: Bootswandern auf der Naab / Oberpfälzer Wald