The Schalkenmehrerener Maar is the southernmost and the largest of the three Dauner Maare. To the east of the Maarsee is a dry Maar. So it is one of the rare double mare and only around 10,000 years old. There is a very nice circular route around the Maar. In the south is the village of Schalkmehren with refreshments.
October 12, 2016
It belongs to the Dauner Maaren (or to the Dauner (Maar) group) and is a Doppelmaar, consisting of the western Maarsee and the eastern Trockenmaar. Both were created about 10,500 years ago after a volcanic steam explosion. The lake in the western part of the Maars varies in diameter between 500 and 575 m and is up to 21 m deep. The height of the maares is 420.8 m above sea level. NHN  (mean water level). It fills the younger of the two Maarkessel. The eastern part of the Maars is occupied by a moor.
April 14, 2018
The Schalkenmehrener Maar is one of the three Dauner Maars. It is a double maar and consists of the western maar lake and the dry maar in the east. The maar lake is about 21 m deep and has a diameter of 500 to 575 m. In the Schalkenmehrerener Maar you can swim, go boating, surf, fish and in winter also ice skate. It also invites you to go hiking around the lake. Source: eifelfuehrer.de/touristische-ziel/maarevulkane/schalkenmehrener-maar
November 28, 2020
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