Zwischen Wald und Feld auf der Tafeltour Offizierspfad Imsbach – wandern im Saarland
Hiking Highlight (Segment)
Saarland planned a hike.
September 14, 2018
At the beginning of the 19th century, Napoleon Bonaparte gave the Imsbach estate to his well-deserved cavalry officer, Lapointe. Under his leadership, the estate and the adjoining lands experienced a real boom. In his honor, the dinner tour around the Hofgut is called the Imsbach Officer's Path.
From the listed Hofgut Imsbach, the table tour restaurant on this hike, the hiking route takes you north along the Imsbach. Here you hike through a quiet, well-kept forest until you reach the edge of Selbach.
At this point, the table tour turns to the southwest and leads you first through quiet coniferous forests and then over the natural pastures of the Hofgut. You follow the signposts at the edge of the forest, walk over the lush pastures and cross the Imsbach again.
The path leads you through a small piece of forest to the Johann-Adams-Mühle. If you like, you can already take a break here in the inn. From the mill it is only a short distance through the forest back to the starting point of the hike.