The white wall got its name from the quartzite blocks, which shine white in the sunlight. They have freed themselves from the mother rock by continuous frost blasting and are lying, since they are relatively young in geological terms, without covering vegetation.
October 5, 2016
The area around the White Wall has something mystical about it. One part barren bare stones, while on the other side everything is overgrown with moss. The view of the Great Feldberg is also a highlight.
Sturdy footwear and sure-footedness are required. When or after rain is the steep up / down on Wurzen and z. T. Loose stones troublesome, because it is very slippery.
August 28, 2017
Sure-footedness and sturdy footwear are recommended. The trail runs partly over loose scree and is not always easy to find. The view on the Feldbergkamm is great, especially in sunny weather.
If the sun shines directly onto the boulder field, you can also roast beautifully, with top and bottom heat :-).
October 6, 2018
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