Teufelshäuschen mit Baumarten Lehrpfad

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Recommended by 26 out of 26 hikers

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  • Heinz

    On a narrow ridge between two deep ravines - on the right an ancient sunken road - we climb the height. The Teufelshaus is today a lookout pulpit with a wonderful view. Already at the time of the Margrave, a popular viewing pavilion stood here, to which Margrave Georg Wilhelm von Bayreuth had a straight alley created from the Wildbad in 1714, on which we continue our hike.

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    • 02/26/2017

  • Patty

    A wonderful view from up there ....
    When wet, please be careful, the steps are slippery!

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    • 09/16/2017

  • Mario

    On the observation cock you should not lean on the railing! Very curious!

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    • 04/16/2017

  • Claus

    Great view over Burgbernheim. And the wood path is also for the big ones.

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    • 12/30/2018

  • Markus

    Partly over steps it goes steeply uphill. Following the sign "Teufelshäuschen", you can reach the hill via a narrow ridge between two deep ravines. The Teufelshaus is today a lookout with a wonderful view. Already at the time of the Margrave, a popular viewing pavilion stood here

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    • 08/12/2019

  • HelmutF

    Beautiful view of the valley, unfortunately larger industrial area in the valley.
    Hiking trails are often on farm roads, easy to walk but not foot-friendly.

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    • 10/08/2018

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Location: Burgbernheim, Neustadt an der Aisch-Bad Windsheim, Middle Franconia, Bavaria, Germany

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