Teutonia Klippen

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Recommended by 54 out of 59 hikers


  • Holger_M (ADFC-PB)

    A really nice piece of nature on the poaching trail is the Teutonia cliffs. You can look very beautiful from there into the valley and the narrow trail is really varied and curvy ...

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    • October 14, 2015

  • Andreas Seifert

    On the eastern slope of the Eggegebirge, near the village of Borlinghausen, lies a beech forest complex on rugged sandstone cliffs and block debris. The approximately 15 m high, steeply sloping cliff of the Teutonia cliffs offers rewarding views - both in the landscape of the Teutoburg Forest / Eggegebirge and in the abyss on the impressive rock formations and the fallen, massive rocks. The site is located in the area of ​​a abandoned iron ore mine. At the former mining sites are still collapsed tunnels, pits, dumps and pinging as witnesses of the iron industry. Through the purchase of the forest by the Teutonia society, the now natural and unspoiled area around the cliff area was named Teutonia cliffs. Many spring outcrops - surrounded by lush cabbage vegetation such as ferns, horsetails and grasses - as well as a diverse vegetation make up a remarkable landscape.

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    • July 8, 2018

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Location: Lichtenau, Rastatt, Karlsruhe District, Baden-Württemberg, Germany


  • Elevation420 m

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