Etappe 4: Von Venne nach Belm – Mühlenweg im Wiehengebirge
Angelina Kuhlmann planned a hike.
April 18, 2021
On the fourth day of the Mühlenweg you make your way to the Belmer Mühle. It is maintained by a particularly active mill association and has an eventful history. Before you reach Belm today after 22 kilometers, there are a few more highlights ahead of you.From Venne you follow the Mühlenweg along horse paddocks and later you will encounter the Darpvenner Steinen - very old Neolithic stone graves that lie between two small lakes. The path then makes a detour through the Wiehengebirge to the Krebsburg and leads you to the black chalk pit Vehre and the adjoining stone graves “Devil's oven” and “Devil's dough trough” - you can find out what the names are all about on site.Continue along orchards and gardens to the “Stone Sea”, an area full of boulders in the foothills of the Wiehengebirge. Shortly before your destination, the Belmer Mühle is waiting for you at the entrance to the village. After a visit to the mill, the small, cozy place welcomes you for a relaxing walk. If you want to spend the night at the end of the stage and go to the fifth stage of the Mühlenweg the next day, Osnabrück is the best choice. From Belm you can reach the city within 20 minutes with the M4 bus. Alternatively, you can find an Airbnb apartment on the outskirts of Belm.You may already have guessed: you can otherwise quickly leave Belm in the evening via nearby Osnabrück and the train station there. There you have good connections in several directions. If you want to go back to Venne, take line X276 from the Joseph stop to Herringhausen and change there to bus X275.
April 22, 2021