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Klosterruine Disibodenberg

Hiking Highlight

Created by komoot users
Recommended by 80 out of 80 hikers

Tips

  • Felix

    The convent ruins run by a donation cost entry, but it's worth it. The meditation path with texts by Hildegard von Bingen as well as the monumental ruin in the forest are very impressive. The small, modern chapel on the edge of the ruins overlooking the valley invites you to stop. At the entrance there is coffee and cake, a small museum and a nice museum shop with a good selection of books around Hildegard von Bingen.

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  • Franz

    Place of action of the hl. Hildegard von Bingen

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  • Dexter

    Very impressive facility, a detour here is definitely worth it.

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  • Hiwwelbiker Markus

    Here was an atmosphere that touched my heart. Maybe that will happen to you too.

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  • UweLon

    Just beautiful and belongs to the Jacobsweg ..

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  • Ingrid

    The heart of the pilgrimage route, it is the place where Hildegard von Bingen lived for almost 40 years

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  • Bernd Z.

    Great atmosphere. You can feel the story.

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  • Lilo

    Monastery built by Benedictines around 1110. Hildegard von Bingen spent a large part of her life here. The monastery existed until 1559. In the 18th century only used as a quarry. Admission to today's monastery ruins is € 5 for adults.

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  • Sausewind

    Very large monastery complex on the mountain top. Impressive, but mostly just foundation walls.

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  • Tanja

    A really great place steeped in history.

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  • Mountainbiker Volker Maus ( Coachi )

    I have a question: is the ruin freely accessible during the Corona period?

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  • Tina 🇮🇸

    You can also explore wonderfully with children, the route is not very demanding.
    Parking lot in front of the museum.
    Wonderful view of the valley

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  • Tina 🇮🇸

    There is a parking lot directly opposite the museum, although it is not very large and there is also the possibility of walking up the path

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  • Tina 🇮🇸

    There is also a parking lot opposite the museum entrance, which is of course not that big - but you can also walk up the path is paved

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  • Elevation160 m