Holzkohlenmeiler

Bike Touring Highlight

Recommended by 42 out of 52 cyclists

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  • Christian und Anke

    Interesting place
    Here you can learn how charcoal was made

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    • 08/04/2017

  • Ruediger Scholz

    Is located on a great bike course

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    • 10/17/2017

  • casterix

    A charcoal kiln (abbreviated to Meiler) is a covered pile of wood that is set on fire by a charcoal burner to produce charcoal.
    Charcoal has been produced by coal miners since ancient times. Charcoal is much lighter than wood and thus easier to transport. In addition, charcoal produces a much greater heat. The charcoal kiln was therefore an important industry in the early modern period.
    On May 1, Köhler ignites Hubertus Birkelbach the charcoal kiln in the Haard. For about three weeks, the temporary oven kokelt until it is opened and the coal is removed.

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    • 05/25/2018

  • Andre04

    The Holzkohlemeiler is every year anew a very nice attraction for young and old.

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    • 06/21/2019

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Top Touring Cycling Routes Featuring the Highlight ‘Holzkohlenmeiler’

Location: around Haltern am See, Recklinghausen, Ruhr Region, Münster District, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

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  • Elevation110 m

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