The Hülfensberg has been a pilgrimage site since the Middle Ages and is also known as the "Holy Mountain of the Eichfeld". Up here stands a large Boniface chapel and a Franciscan monastery. At the foot of the 1933-built Dr. Konrad Martin Cross - named after the coming from the nearby Geismar Bishop of Paderborn - is a viewing platform, where you can enjoy a great panoramic view.
The monks of the Franciscan Monastery invite interested people throughout the year to spend one or more weeks with them. In addition, pilgrims and hikers can spend the night in the convent for a small fee, if a bed is available.
More information at huelfensberg.de.
October 18, 2018
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