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In den Steilhängen der Lahn zwischen Runkel und Villmar

01:48
5.71 mi
3.2 mph
425 ft
450 ft

Tour Overview

0 yd
0.39 mi
Dr. Otto Bruchhäuser Tempel
0.75 mi
0.80 mi
Blick über die Lahn Richtung Ansbachtal
Toller Trail
1.47 mi
2.07 mi
Villmar
2.21 mi
Marmorbrücke Villmar
Bahnhof Villmar, dahinter das Lahnmarmormuseum
Steinfräse und Schleifmaschine zur Marmorbearbeitung
4.15 mi
Im Ansbachtal
Richtung Villmar, links die Wehrley
4.38 mi
4.70 mi
Blick über die Lahn zum Bruchhäuser Tempel
5.46 mi
Burg Runkel, alte Lahnbrücke und Schloß Schadeck
5.71 mi

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Lars went for a hike.

September 15, 2019

Comments

  • Lars

    If you like nature, you will love this round trip. Always nice and different in every season. Except for the local Runkel and Villmar only natural paths through the Wehrley and the Bodensteiner Ley right and left of the Lahn. Start and finish either at Runkel station or at Villmar station.
    The more exhausting part is left of the Lahn on the Taunus side. Those who like to relax can take the path from Runkel through the Wehrley and visit the Unica quarry and the Lahn marble museum in Villmar. Back then comfortable with the Lahn Valley Railway.
    The popular bike path along the Lahn is not recommended, which is extremely frequented especially in good weather.
    lahn-marmor-museum.de

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    • September 15, 2019

  • Lothar Eitz

    Since we have just missed us, today this tour also went 👍🍀👍

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    • September 15, 2019