Grüne Hölle

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  • Nieres

    green Hell

    Did the devil have a hand in the creation of the primeval, wild rocky world of this region? The numerous "diabolical" names suggest it. And whoever climbs through the densely overgrown, narrow chasm of the Green Hell near Bollendorf may think so too. Perhaps, however, it is actually an ancient seabed that has turned to stone, which gave its present-day appearance to massive rock falls and slides in the Ice Age and plants that grew themselves on rock faces and in caves.

    The Green Hell stands for many impressive rock formations in the ravine forests around Bollendorf. Alone on the hiking route named after her, one bizarre rock formation follows the other, narrow gorges and crevices alternate with rock towers from which there are fantastic views: Predigtstuhl, Muhmenlay, Lingelslay and Eulenhorst are just a few names that stand for unforgettable impressions.

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    • August 5, 2020

  • Franzi

    The Green Hell stands for many impressive rock formations in the ravine forests around Bollendorf.

    In addition, you can be guided through the tour with the audio guide and receive additional information at many stations.

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    • August 4, 2020

  • Nieres

    Did the devil have a hand in the creation of the primeval, wild rocky world of this region? The numerous "diabolical" names suggest it. And whoever climbs through the densely overgrown, narrow chasm of the Green Hell near Bollendorf may think so too. Perhaps, however, it is actually an ancient seabed that has turned to stone, which gave its present-day appearance to massive rock falls and slides in the Ice Age and plants that grew themselves on rock faces and in caves.

    The Green Hell stands for many impressive rock formations in the ravine forests around Bollendorf. Alone on the hiking route named after her, one bizarre rock formation follows the other, narrow gorges and crevices alternate with rock towers from which there are fantastic views: Predigtstuhl, Muhmenlay, Lingelslay and Eulenhorst are just a few names that stand for unforgettable impressions.

    green Hell

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    • August 5, 2020

  • Nieres

    Did the devil have a hand in the creation of the primeval, wild rocky world of this region? The numerous "diabolical" names suggest it. And whoever climbs through the densely overgrown, narrow chasm of the Green Hell near Bollendorf may think so too. Perhaps, however, it is actually an ancient seabed that has turned to stone, which gave its present-day appearance to massive rock falls and slides in the Ice Age and plants that grew themselves on rock faces and in caves.

    The Green Hell stands for many impressive rock formations in the ravine forests around Bollendorf. Alone on the hiking route named after her, one bizarre rock formation follows the other, narrow gorges and crevices alternate with rock towers from which there are fantastic views: Predigtstuhl, Muhmenlay, Lingelslay and Eulenhorst are just a few names that stand for unforgettable impressions.

    green Hell

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    • August 5, 2020

  • Karin

    Bollendorfer Switzerland is one of the most beautiful and attractive plateau landscapes in the southern Eifel. Here the rivers Sauer and Prüm have carved out huge rock sandstone formations. Bizarre rocks, gorge-like gorges and wonderful views of the Sauer Valley make this tour a unique hiking experience. Narrow rock passage with 15 meter high vertical and mossy rock walls.
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    • September 6, 2020

  • R.Bungartz

    A fantastic world of rocks opens up to the visitor here!

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    • September 5, 2020

  • Nieres

    Did the devil have a hand in the creation of the primeval, wild rocky world of this region? The numerous "diabolical" names suggest it. And whoever climbs through the densely overgrown, narrow chasm of the Green Hell near Bollendorf may think so too. Perhaps, however, it is actually an ancient seabed that has turned to stone, which gave its present-day appearance to massive rock falls and slides in the Ice Age and plants that grew themselves on rock faces and in caves.

    The Green Hell stands for many impressive rock formations in the ravine forests around Bollendorf. Alone on the hiking route named after her, one bizarre rock formation follows the other, narrow gorges and crevices alternate with rock towers from which there are fantastic views: Predigtstuhl, Muhmenlay, Lingelslay and Eulenhorst are just a few names that stand for unforgettable impressions.

    green Hell

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    • August 5, 2020

  • R.Bungartz

    Narrow gorges and crevices shape the image of the green hell.

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    • September 5, 2020

  • R.Bungartz

    Fantastic world of rocks very close to Bollendorf.

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    • September 5, 2020

  • R.Bungartz

    The "Green Hell" is probably one of the most beautiful sections of a circular hike through Bollendorfer Switzerland. Absolutely worth seeing.

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    • September 5, 2020

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Location: Bollendorf, Eifelkreis Bitburg-Prüm, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

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