On the way through the Ruppertsklamm to the monastery café Allerheiligenberg you will not only find this beautiful vantage point. If you are lucky, you will meet a few people. If you are unlucky, you can not enjoy this view, as more hikers almost on a rush to take also the view. In this respect, everyone who does the tours should also practice a great deal of mindfulness: in front of oneself, in front of this beautiful nature that surrounds one and in front of the other people. It's not just about being there.
August 29, 2019
Between the Allerheiligenberg car park and the refuge at the end of the Ruppertsklamm there is a point from which you can enjoy a wonderful view not only of the Lahn, the Hohenrheiner Bridge and Friedland, but also a wide view of the Allerheiligenberg chapel, Lahneck Castle and the Taunus. Here a striking, slender rock rises into the sky, which has always been called the Eagle-Owl-Lay. This prospect has been immortalized on many postcards.Source: lahnstein.de/aktuelles/pressemmeldung/detailansicht/?tx_ttnews%5BbackPid%5D=114&tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=1593&cHash=8bcf7dfcbc06708c98a5535e1ae11277At the end of the gorge is a refuge. From here a wide hiking trail leads back in the direction of “Allerheiligenberg”, past the “Uhuley” lookout point with a fabulous panoramic view of the Lahn valley.Source: daslahntal.de/info/infosystem/Ruppertsklamm_Lahnstein/poi.html
June 12, 2021
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