The Brexbachtal is so wildly romantic that you simply have to see it. There are small, curved paths along the stream, some with seating. In summer you can also hang your feet in the water and let your mind wander. Definitely go there. It is worth it ..
November 25, 2020
"... From Grenzau to Bendorf-Sayn the Brexbach meanders through the valley created by it. It covers a total distance of 18 km on the linear route of 6.5 km. the Eisenbach and the Nauorter raft. The Brexbach itself arises from the union of Hinterstem Bach and Vorderstem Bach in the Grenzhauser Stadtwald east of Höhr-Grenzhausen.From the headwaters in the Ransbacher Mulde to the mouth in the Schlosspark Sayn, the Brexbach passes steep and densely wooded slopes. In some places you can hear that the Brexbachtal is one of the most beautiful side valleys of the Rhine. You can explore the Brexbachtal well on the 16km long Brexbachtalschluchtweg which leads directly through the beautiful valley. The Rheinsteig also leads through the Brexbachtal, as does the famous Saynsteig dream path.The Brexbachtal is not crossed by any road - which is ideal for hikers. Only the railroad workers laid a route in order to use the Brexbachtalbahn to transport the clay deposits from the Kannenbäckerland to the Rhine Valley. The route, which is closed to normal traffic, passes thirty bridges and six tunnels over 9.5km, which makes it a real gem for passionate railroad fans. ... "
August 16, 2021
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