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Stephan N

Runde Burg Wilhelmstein nach Herzogenrath -Wurm bei Aachen

Runde Burg Wilhelmstein nach Herzogenrath -Wurm bei Aachen

02:53
7.66 mi
2.7 mph
675 ft
675 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
35 yd
Wanderparkplatz Kohlscheiderstraße 2 Würselen
0.43 mi
0.43 mi
0.78 mi
0.80 mi
1.40 mi
1.56 mi
1.56 mi
1.59 mi
1.60 mi
1.62 mi
1.63 mi
1.64 mi
1.73 mi
1.75 mi
1.90 mi
2.24 mi
2.30 mi
2.37 mi
2.46 mi
3.15 mi
Burg Rode -Herzogenrath
Burgcafé Burg Rode
3.48 mi
3.49 mi
4.33 mi
4.65 mi
4.68 mi
4.69 mi
5.18 mi
5.78 mi
5.81 mi
5.81 mi
5.82 mi
5.92 mi
6.29 mi
Burg Wilhelmstein -Würselen
6.58 mi
6.58 mi
7.59 mi
7.66 mi
Destination

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Stephan N and Simone N went for a hike.

November 28, 2020

Comments

  • Stephan N

    Very nice hike to the left and right of the Wurm between Bardenberg and Herzogenrath.
    The round started on the hiking car park below Wilhelmstein Castle near Würselen.
    Further along the Wurm, on small hiking trails, always uphill and downhill to Herzogenrath.
    During this route we enjoyed very beautiful views of the Wurm, which flows here in its natural state.
    Then visited Rode Castle in Herzogenrath, unfortunately the beautiful castle café was not open.
    Gone back on the other side of the Wurm to Wilhelmstein Castle near Würselen.
    The castle is managed and offers, in addition to a good restaurant, a mini golf course, an open-air stage, very beautiful views from the beer garden of the Wurmtal.
    It was getting dark so we walked a small hiking trail below Wilhelmstein Castle.
    This is very difficult to see but really nice.
    In two places we had to cross stones and streams.
    Here we went wrong a bit across the meadows on the Wurm and had to go back this way. But we were able to take really nice photos of the worm.

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    • November 28, 2020

  • Stephan N

    The tour was beautiful.
    But the Wurmtal continues just as beautifully, from Wilhelmstein Castle towards Aachen:
    komoot.de/tour/166670496?ref=wtd

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    • November 28, 2020

  • Katja M.

    Yes, nice tour the other way around. From Herzogenrath to Würselen and back.

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    • November 29, 2020

  • Axel 🥾 OUTDOORSEITE

    The Wurmtal is always beautiful. However, it is advisable to use the higher-lying paths, as the main paths in the valley are very crowded, especially when the weather is nice.

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    • November 29, 2020

  • Marianne (Janny)

    We almost could have met. The northern circuit is a must for me after the southern one has presented itself so well. Then I hope for dream weather like yesterday.
    Have fun and great tours to pursue!

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    • November 30, 2020

  • Stephan N

    Thanks Marianne!
    It's a shame that there is nowhere to stop at at the moment.
    Would love to be in the Bardenberger Mühle or the Burgcafé
    returned to Rode Castle. Both have a very nice outdoor terrace.
    At the moment, however, Wilhelmstein Castle has its outdoor catering for drinks and small take-away meals.
    Here we treated ourselves to a mulled wine in the cold weather

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    • November 30, 2020

  • Marianne (Janny)

    Mulled wine is a good idea for next time!

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    • November 30, 2020

  • Nicolet

    A very nice varied tour. I like it.

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    • November 30, 2020

  • Stephan N

    Thank you Nicolet!
    The hiking trails in the Wurmtal do not have any steep inclines and are not particularly difficult.
    It doesn't always have to be.
    The Wurmtal scores with its very, very beautiful landscape!

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    • November 30, 2020

Stephan N

Runde Burg Wilhelmstein nach Herzogenrath -Wurm bei Aachen