The Linteln Geest (German: Lintelner Geest or Lint(e)ler Geest), shown on some maps as the Verden Heath, (German: Verdener Heide) is a geest region in the north German state of Lower Saxony and belongs administratively to the borough of Kirchlinteln.
The Linteln Geest covers the historic Duchy of Verden which nowadays comprises the easternmost fringes of the Achim-Verden Geest, which is part of the Stade Geest, within the district of Verden. Its largest town is Kirchlinteln. The Linteln Geest is bordered by the River Aller to the southwest, the Middle Weser Region to the west, the Wümme Depression to the north and the Lüneburg Heath to the east.
The region is agricultural and characterised by morainic hills, small villages and individual farmsteads as well as expansive tracts of forest, heath and bog. In several of the villages on the Linteln Geest there are numerous nurseries.
Bog body of Brammer
In a bog southwest of the villa