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Traumschleife Felsenweg – Wandern im Saarland

8.54 mi
2.2 mph
1,025 ft
1,025 ft
Expert Hiking Tour. Good fitness required. Sure-footedness, sturdy shoes and alpine experience required.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
0.47 mi


Hiking Highlight

2.87 mi


Hiking Highlight

3.16 mi

Kneipp-Anlage Scheiden

Hiking Highlight

5.04 mi


Hiking Highlight

8.54 mi


Mountain Hiking Path: 221 yd
Hiking Path: 2.40 mi
Path: 5.45 mi
Footpath: 205 yd
Street: 325 yd
Road: 0.26 mi


Natural: 1.44 mi
Unpaved: 3.31 mi
Gravel: 3.13 mi
Paved: 0.52 mi
Asphalt: 235 yd
Unknown: < 109 yd

Weather Forecast

Saarland planned a hike.

April 22, 2020


  • Saarland

    Rocks, rocks and more rocks. Sounds monotonous? But it is not at all. The almost 14 km long Felsenweg dream loop leads you to imposing rock formations, to Celtic cult sites and the remains of a medieval castle complex. In between there is a fresh kick for tired hiking legs in a Kneipp facility.The starting point of the circular hike is at the fire service equipment house in Waldhölzbach. Right from the start, things are going uphill - but the first promising highlight is not long in coming. From Teufelsfelsen you have a wonderful view of the dense forest of the Saar-Hunsrück National Park. You then hike up and down through the forest, especially pleasant on a hot summer day. You will now follow the Saar-Hunsrück-Steig for part of your way.You will soon have reached the highest point of the tour and hike downhill. You reach the Bärenfels, an impressive rock wall that rises massive. Along the way there are some more such rock formations to discover, such as the noble rock or the snake rock. On your way to Scheiden you will always come across beautiful places that invite you to take a break.When you get to the village, turn left - the rugged rock formations now give way to lovely orchards and great views. You hike a bit uphill again before the path leads you down into the rustic valley of the Lannenbach. You cross this, climb the opposite side of the valley and hike the last part of the tour relaxed on a flat route back to the starting point.

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    • May 5, 2020

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