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Caves in Arnsberg District

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Looking to visit a cave in Arnsberg District on your next adventure? To help you better plan your next outdoor experience, we’ve collected Arnsberg District’s 18 best caves for you. Based on the experiences of other users, each is a recommendation you know you can trust — so you can better plan your next adventure.

The top 18 caves in Arnsberg District

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    1

    Hohler Stein

    Hiking Highlight

    This cave was used as a shelter in the Stone Age about 10,000 years ago. Excavation finds prove that here the Stone Age hunters brought their prey.

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    Norbert
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    Heinrichshöhle

    Hiking Highlight

    Small cheap minerals sale in the visitor's hut.

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    Kluterthöhle

    Bike Touring Highlight

    The Kluterthöhle was created by leaching from a falling to the north, about 12.5 m thick layer of reef limestone, which was formed about 370 million years ago in the …

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    Feldhofhöhle

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The cave lies above the course of the river Hönne and the Binolener tunnel of the Hönnetalbahn and belongs together with the neighboring tunnel cave and the Friedrichshöhle to a, …

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    Tip by
    Roman
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    Grürmannshöhle

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The Grürmannshöhle is a cave on Oestricher Burgberg in the district Oestrich von Iserlohn. Its entrance lies in the formation of Father and Nun.

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    Roman
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    Feldhofhöhle

    Bike Touring Highlight

    great cave a tour here is worth it, is already pretty dark inside

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    Edwin
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    One of the most famous in the west of Germany, a must for visitors to Iserlohn!

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    Drakenhöhlen

    Hiking Highlight

    There are several legends about the Drakenhöhle. Apparently Siegfried is said to have defeated the dragon Fafnir here and then bathed in his blood. Whether that actually happened here in …

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    9

    Mariengrotte

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Very nice renovated park with seating and water.
    Well suited for a break in between.
    Whether by bike or on foot from there you can cycle in almost all directions or walk or run.

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    T!MO
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    10

    Tunnelhöhle

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    About 20 meters deep

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    Roman
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    Prinzenhöhle

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The Prinzenhöhle is a stalactite cave in the Sundwig district of Hemer.It is probably connected to the Von der Becke Cave and the Heinrichshöhle via the Perick cave system. …

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    TS28
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    Mariengrotte in Assinghausen

    Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)

    Assinghausen belongs to Olsberg and is also known as the Rose Village, because so many roses are blooming in this place. The Mariengrotte or Lourdesgrotte, which you pass by here, …

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    Johanna
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    Burschenhöhle

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The Burschenhöhle, also called monarch cave, is a cultural cave in the Balver district Volkringhausen near Binolen.
    It is located in the northern rock group of the Karhof limestone massif …

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    Roman
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    Attahöhle

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The Atta cave or Attendorn stalactite cave in Attendorn is, not least because of its diversity and colorfulness, one of the largest and most beautiful stalactite caves in Germany. Source Wikipedia
    atta-hoehle.de/index.php?id=3

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    jürgen
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    Reckenhöle

    Road Cycling Highlight

    The Reckenhöhle is worth seeing in any case, the best with the lamp from the wheel go in. (It is already about 25-30 meters deep into a vault.) However, the …

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    Burghöhle

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The Great Cave is a column cave in the district Brockhausen of Hemer. It lies in the rock massif Klusenstein below the castle Klusenstein at a height of 16 meters above the valley floor and runs horizontally

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    Roman
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    Erlenhöhle

    Bike Touring Highlight

    The cave entrance can be found by turning right shortly before the motorway underpass on a small "Trampelpfad". Follow this one more and more (about 30 m) to the fence …

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    Mariengrotte Antfeld

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Not only because it is my home ... A very beautiful grotto and a beautiful view!

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    Tip by
    Mark

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