Burg Scharfenberg (Münz)

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Recommended by 149 out of 163 hikers

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  • Ralf

    Very nice view in the environment. Rest stop available

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    • 03/31/2017

  • Tom

    Great ruin with moat and beautiful views to Trifels and into the Rhine plain

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    • 04/26/2015

  • Jo

    From the castle ruins Scharfenberg you have an excellent view of the Palatinate hill country and the castle Trifels.

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    • 04/05/2018

  • Tzi

    As of the end of May 2017, the castle can be visited. At the donjon is indeed a scaffolding and this one can not commit. The rest of the castle is walkable and definitely worth the beads of sweat, which you shed when you climb there. The view, among other things on the Trifels is just beautiful.

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    • 05/21/2017

  • Michael

    View to the Rhine Valley

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    • 08/23/2017

  • Jo

    From the castle ruins Scharfenberg you have an excellent view of the Palatinate hill country and the castle Trifels.

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    • 04/05/2018

  • dixiedad

    Unfortunately, this ruin can not be visited until further notice, as damage to the building fabric has been detected and it has now been blocked for reasons of traffic safety. This information comes from the homepage of the "Association of Palatine Climbers e.V.", PK for short: pfaelzer-kletterer.de/content/_inhalt/news/new14.htm#apr2015_1

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    • 05/10/2015

  • Heiss

    Were on the ruins today. Tower can not be climbed

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    • 10/18/2016

  • Jörg Hinsenkamp

    Old ruin with renovated keep. View over the Leinsweiler valley to the Rhine plain

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    • 10/14/2017

  • Sonja

    At Scharfenberg Castle there was a mint, hence it was called "Burg Münz".

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    • 10/16/2017

  • Willigipfel

    From Scharfenberg still some ruins have been preserved. Due to the slightly higher location, it is even more promising than the castle ruins Anebos. Unfortunately, there is no public access to the keep.

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    • 04/29/2019

  • Willigipfel

    From the ruin Scharfenberg impressed the great view.

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    • 04/30/2019

  • Willigipfel

    Shortly before reaching the ruin Scharfenberg offers a great view to the west.

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    • 04/30/2019

  • Kauai

    From here you have a beautiful view of Trifels Castle and the Palatinate Forest and through a valley in the Rhine valley.

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    • 06/10/2019

  • kongasedie

    Good place for a rest (with self-brought picnic).

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    • 03/03/2019

  • Jörg Hinsenkamp

    The imposing Fensterfels is the starting point for climbers. It is always a pleasure to watch the friends of this adventurous hobby.

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    • 10/14/2017

  • Jo

    Climbers can be seen here especially on weekends.

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    • 04/05/2018

  • Lee_Chie

    We were not at the top of the ruin. But the sight of this angular castle tower from below is also beautiful.

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    • 04/28/2019

  • Armin

    In clear weather a stunning view over the Rhine valley to the Black Forest.

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    • 05/16/2019

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Best Hikes that include the Highlight ‘Burg Scharfenberg (Münz)’

Location: around Leinsweiler, Südliche Weinstraße, Südpfalz, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

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