Stempfermühle und Buttenweg

Stempfermühle und Buttenweg

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Recommended by 146 out of 155 mountain bikers


  • MaDDin

    The Stempfermühle is located in Wiesenttal, on the B470 between Behringersmühle and Muggendorf. The Stempfermühl source of the same name is considered one of the strongest karst springs in Franconian Switzerland with a bed of several hundred liters of water per second. Their water flows into the nearby Wiesent and operated until the 1920s, the Stempfermühle.

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    • August 31, 2019

  • 🌳Tom🌲

    3 karst springs pour about 600 liters of water per second next to the Stempfersmühle. Since there are no deficits when it is very dry, it is assumed that the catchment area of the springs extends into the Veldenstein Forest.

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    • May 12, 2020

  • Berni🏃

    Is located directly on the Wiesent

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    • August 26, 2019

  • Kermit F.

    The Büttenweg trail down to the Stempfermühle should be about S2. Lots of larger stones and roots, but can be driven slower or faster depending on your driving skills. Only be careful when it is wet because it is very slippery, but otherwise a great trail

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    • November 6, 2020

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Location: Gößweinstein, Forchheim, Franconian Switzerland, Upper Franconia, Bavaria, Germany


  • Elevation390 m

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