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Oberpfälzer Wald

Etappe 7: Von Stadlern/Weiding nach Waldmünchen – der Nurtschweg

Etappe 7: Von Stadlern/Weiding nach Waldmünchen – der Nurtschweg

14.5 mi
2.2 mph
1,275 ft
1,975 ft
Expert Hiking Tour. Very good fitness required. Mostly accessible paths. Sure-footedness required.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
5.94 mi
12.6 mi

Perlsee bei Waldmünchen

Hiking Highlight

14.5 mi


Hiking Highlight

Tour Profile


Mountain Hiking Path: 177 yd
Hiking Path: 1.64 mi
Path: 10.5 mi
Street: 0.68 mi
Road: 1.51 mi
Off-grid (unknown): 119 yd


Natural: 0.88 mi
Unpaved: 10.6 mi
Gravel: 0.41 mi
Paved: 0.95 mi
Asphalt: 1.39 mi
Unknown: 428 yd
  • Includes an off-grid segment

    Navigation instructions may be limited.

Weather Forecast

Oberpfälzer Wald planned a hike.

September 2, 2020


  • Oberpfälzer Wald

    As the last stage, a longer hike is waiting for you. So you can enjoy the Upper Palatinate nature with its dense forests to the full and bring your Nurtschweg to a worthy end. A short piece of forest brings you to Charlottenthal, another to the foot of the Kleeberg. Here you can make a detour to the pretty pilgrimage chapel of Steinlohe, which stands lonely above the meadows.To the left you bypass the Kleeberg and then hike to the edge of the village of Egelsee. From there you walk south past Spielberg and Kapellenberg. A few kilometers before your destination Waldmünchen you will reach the banks of the Perlsee. Say goodbye to the forest here, because on the last section you will only meet a few trees.You can take a leisurely break at Perlsee and cool off in the water. On the herbal educational trail you will learn interesting facts about the healing powers of plants. Then you hike to Waldmünchen, where you have earned a hearty stop at the end of the Nurtschweg. A train will bring you home from the local train station.

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    • September 3, 2020

Oberpfälzer Wald

Etappe 7: Von Stadlern/Weiding nach Waldmünchen – der Nurtschweg