Hiking Highlight (Segment)
The sea of rocks near Murrhardt is about 60m high steep slope, which lies below a 100m long and up to 10m high demolition edge in Stubensandstein. Scattered over the slope are numerous small and up to several cubic meters large, mossy stone blocks. For young and old interesting and worth seeing.
The town is a 20-minute walk from Murrhardt's city center. There is also a parking lot on the nearby road. The Felsenmeer is part of the Waldlehrpfad Römersee - Riesberg.
December 18, 2016
.... Primeval forest type of this region
... beech fir forest
... huge boulders lie along the way (lower Stubensandstein / Fleinsstein)
... surefootedness and sturdy footwear required
... on a hike from the "Römersee" through the "Felsenmeer" in the direction of "Riesberg tower" (view) please note the steeper ascent in the section "Felsenmeer"
July 8, 2018
One climbs a hundred meters further into the sea of rocks - a landscape covered with huge boulders. It impresses the hiker, who feels like a little ant in between.
Trolls, gnomes, forest gnomes, fairies and elves - what could not be hidden between the large boulders, behind fallen tree giants and in rotten tree stumps.
July 14, 2020
The Felsenmeer is twice the namesake. Both for the new PremiumWanderWeg Feebspuren Felsenmerr (feenspuren.de/felsenmeer) as well as for the mountain bike tour 2 "Felsenmeer" from bin radeln! (Unfortunately out of stock).
Here the imagination can still run wild.
October 28, 2020
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