ⓘ Rothaarsteig

                                     

ⓘ Rothaarsteig

The Rothaarsteig is a 154.80 km long hiking trail along the crest of the Rothaargebirge mountain range in Germany in the border region between the states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Hesse. It was opened in 2001.

                                     
  • by the SchloSberg Tunnel, near the long - distance walking trail of the Rothaarsteig is particularly picturesque. In Kreuztal - Ferndorf there are still two
  • Wilgersdorf is located in a rich forestregion in the Rothaargebirge see Rothaarsteig for the nearby hiking trail Highest elevations of the area are the
  • ridgeway in Central Germany Rheinsteig, 320 - km - long trail along the Rhine Rothaarsteig 154 - km - long ridgeway along the Rothaar Mountains Klettersteig Mountain
  • an area landmark and is one of the points along the Orange Route and Rothaarsteig This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public
  • Trodelstein Path Trodelsteinpfad a 10.2 - kilometre - long branch of the Rothaarsteig The Heller Ridgeway Hellerhohenweg, waymark H and the Siegerland
  • the Middle Ages, Cambridge University Press, p. 29. Wisent - welt Retrieved 11 December 2017. Rothaar Mountain Region Rothaarsteig Waldskulpturenweg
  • association takes care of numerous footpathes and trails, for instance the Rothaarsteig the Sauerland - Hohenflug in German and the Ruhrhohenweg in German
  • Trodelstein Path Trodelsteinpfad a 10.2 - kilometre - long branch of the Rothaarsteig The E1 European long distance path runs over the mountain, crossing
  • Burbecker Platz. A section of the long - distance footpath known as the Rothaarsteig runs by the summit to the west in a north - south direction, passing a
  • of Orange - Nassau, as well as on the German Timber - Frame Road and the Rothaarsteig hiking trail. Dillenburg lies on the eastern edge of the Westerwald range
  • surrounding area is ideal for walking and hiking. Altastenberg lies on the Rothaarsteig long - distance hiking trail which runs over the Kahler Asten. There is