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Hirschley - Eifel-Blick

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Recommended by 121 out of 127 hikers

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  • Edvice

    Great view, part of a circular walk, suitable for strollers, some completely barrier-free. With hut, picnic benches and more.

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  • Outdoorseite

    Here there is a fantastic view of the Rursee. The vantage point in the Wilder Kermeter has been redesigned and also provides much information about the National Park.

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  • Sascha

    Good opportunity for a short break with a great view

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  • Gerd

    In autumn and in the sunshine, the splendor of colors is simply overwhelming.

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  • Gerd

    The viewpoint offers a great panoramic view of the Rursee. There are a number of information boards.

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  • Mike 🇪🇺

    A great panoramic view. You should have seen this at all times of the year.

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  • Büchi

    Wild Kermeter:
    The barrier-free nature experience area Wilder Kermeter enables nature experience for people with and without disabilities on their own: Barrier-free, fine graveled trails of 4.7 km in length open up the internationally important red beech mixed forests and two popular viewpoints in the forest area Kemeter. The terrain model on the rocky outcrop Hirschley lets sighted and non-sighted people feel the forest-lake landscape. Every 250 meters there are benches for resting. In addition, sensory couching at three locations offers new perspectives on the emerging second-hand virgin forests. The Wild Kermeter has barrier-free toilets, disabled parking and a barrier-free bus stop. All information Wild Kermeter are available in raised capital letters and in braille or acoustically.

    Source: Eifel National Park, information brochure 2017

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  • Mike 🇪🇺

    In autumn, the colors are the most beautiful, but in winter with a bit of snow almost as beautiful as in summer. But when it blooms in the spring a dream. So to recommend in every season.

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  • Büchi

    Wild Kermeter:
    The barrier-free nature experience area Wilder Kermeter enables nature experience for people with and without disabilities on their own: Barrier-free, fine graveled trails of 4.7 km in length open up the internationally important red beech mixed forests and two popular viewpoints in the forest area Kemeter. The terrain model on the rocky outcrop Hirschley lets sighted and non-sighted people feel the forest-lake landscape. Every 250 meters there are benches for resting. In addition, sensory couching at three locations offers new perspectives on the emerging second-hand virgin forests. The Wild Kermeter has barrier-free toilets, disabled parking and a barrier-free bus stop. All information Wild Kermeter are available in raised capital letters and in braille or acoustically.

    Source: Eifel National Park, information brochure 2017

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  • Edgar

    That's a fantastic view that you hopefully can not enjoy alone :)

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  • Jo

    At the viewpoint Hirschley offers an excellent view over the Rurstausee and the surrounding area.
    Due to the massive built shelter you can rest well even in bad weather here.

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  • Jo

    Great vantage point with massive hut - ideal for a rest.

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  • Roland

    If you have a telephoto lens with you, this is definitely worth it! From the lookout you can look up to the beach of the Rurstausee.

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  • Roland

    With a telephoto lens or binoculars you can look out from the lookout point to the beaches at the Rurstausee and see people bathing in summer.

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  • Markus2280

    Ideal point for a little rest, if you have the rise from Paulushofdamm on the Kermeter behind.

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  • Peter_H_65 🐻

    The barrier-free "Wilder Kermeter" nature experience area newly opened in May 2011 in the ecological heart of the national park comprises a barrier-free trail network of 4.7 km in length. Fine gravel paths with tactile differences in soil structure open up the internationally important red beech mixed forests and two popular vantage points of the Kermeters. Start of the hike is at the hiking car park Kermeter (Kermeter road) The lookout point "Hirschley"! was recently even voted by viewers of WDR 99 places to be selected on the 4th place and on number 1 of nature's favorite places. For demanding and sure-footed hikers, the large overall route is recommended. Starting point of the hike is the hiking car park "Kermeter". Tip: A large rest area with forest mushroom invites you to picnic.

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  • Jan

    Good spot for a lunch break.

  • Jan

    Good spot for a lunch break.

  • Si&YY

    Not for nothing is here also a Eifel view

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  • Markus Roider

    Great view and appealing information boards.

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  • Markus Roider

    Great vantage point with seating and explanations.

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  • Torsten

    From here you have a great view of the Rursee and the "cliffs" on the north shore.
    In addition, the place is ideal for rest.

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  • Torsten

    From here you have a great view of the Rursee and the "cliffs" on the north shore.
    In addition, the place is ideal for rest.

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  • Torsten

    From here you have a great view of the Rursee and the "cliffs" on the north shore.
    In addition, the place is ideal for rest.

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  • Elevation490 m