The Eifelsteigweg, which runs through the Hohe Venn, is a former Roman trade and military route. That's why it's so straight. Since it connects important cities with each other, it was always committed. In the Middle Ages it became an important pilgrimage route (that is what it is still called today). At the large crossroads, the Reinarzhöfe were created to take care of pilgrims.
The Hohe Venn is now only NSG. Dogs may only be carried on the Eifelsteig route, i.e. the historic street on a leash.
September 11, 2019
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