The most important attraction in the Balver forest and in the city of Hemer is the Felsenmeer in the immediate vicinity of the Sauerlandpark!
Already designated as a nature reserve since 1962, the Felsenmeer was "promoted" to one of the 77 national geotopes in 2006. In addition to the Bruchhauser stones near Olsberg, it is the only national geotope in the Sauerland region.
December 4, 2016
The Felsenmeer in the Sauerland region of Hemer has been an area designated as a 35-hectare nature reserve (NSG) since 1962 by the Arnsberg district government, the rugged subsurface of which dates from the Tertiary period. The area of the rocky sea is about 600 meters long, 200 meters wide and 45 meters above the valley floor. It is divided into three areas, the Great Rock Sea in the northwest, the Small Rock Sea in the south and Paradise in the southeast.
March 19, 2018
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