Morsbach is located in the Oberberg region, in the extreme southern end of the Oberberg district on the border with Rhineland Palatinate. The tour in the northeast of Morsbach mostly runs on hiking trails marked with a triangle. The forest path from Birzel to Kappenstein leads along the border to Rhineland Palatinate. The section near the village of Kappenstein and the mountain Hollenstein is in Rhineland Palatinate. From Lützelseifen to Morsbach you mostly hike on paved farm roads with a great panorama.The entire circular hiking trail (black triangle) is about 20 km long and leads from Hollenstein to Schönbach and on to Weidenbruch. From there to Crottorf Castle and back to Hollenstein.
3 days ago
With the Flitzpiepe through and along the Dhünn and Eifgen.After the approx. 20 minute parking odyssey with traffic jam in the parking lots Schöllerhof and Märchenwald, the cooling did very well😄. We went home with clean feet and a queasy feeling because of the crowds and the early travel easing. Hopefully everything is going well. Maybe I just shouldn't watch so many talks about the virologists anymore.
5 days ago
From the Genkeltalsperre hiking car park to the dam and along the east bank. From there through the forest to the village of Helberg and further to Buckenberg.From Helberg and from Buckenberg you can see a strong spruce death in the area. It can already be clearly seen how the landscape or the forest (mostly without spruce and temporarily many bald spots) will change in the coming years.
7 days ago
The section on the high-altitude flight from Faulebutter to Homert leads through the forest over the Trüttenberg, Kohlhölzchen and Klettenberg. At Homert I left the high altitude and hiked into the Salwey valley and through the town of Obersalwey. From there to Schliprüthen and on to Rotten Butter.
May 17, 2020