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Wolfsschlucht

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Recommended by 42 out of 44 hikers

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  • Andreas

    Former quarry. The attachment points of the scaffold can still be seen on the walls.

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    • April 12, 2020

  • Harald Schramm (Schocker)

    The Wolfsschlucht is an important quarry, the southern wall of which collapsed during mining work. The hiking trail now leads under this rock fall. A tunnel above the violin was driven westwards to remove whetstones and whetstones. The traces of the scaffolding tunnels can still be seen in the northern wall today. The then tenant Johann Auer immortalized himself with a chiseled signature in the middle of the northern one
    Rock face.
    Source and further information
    Kulturdorf-neubeuert.de/geotop-wanderweg_106.html

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    • October 25, 2020

  • Harald Schramm (Schocker)

    The Wolfsschlucht is an important quarry, the southern wall of which collapsed during mining work. The hiking trail now leads under this rock fall. A tunnel above the violin was driven to the west for the removal of whetstones and whetstones. The traces of the scaffolding tunnels can still be seen in the north wall today. The then tenant Johann Auer immortalized himself with a chiseled signature in the middle of the northern one
    Rock face.
    Source and further information
    kulturdorf-neubeuert.de/geotop-wanderweg_106.html

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    • March 25, 2021

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  • Distance249 yd
  • Uphill200 ft
  • Downhill25 ft
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