Zum Wohl. Die Pfalz. Verified partner Explorers Choice
Malerische Aussicht auf dem Adolf von Nassau Weg mit Donnersberg im HintergrundPhoto: Kurt Lahr, Verbandsgemeinde Göllheim
The circular trail is marked with a stylised yellow Königskreuzkapelle (King's Cross Chapel) on a blue background and has 344 metres of ascent and descent.
Rest stopsGasthaus Göllheimer Häuschen
Hotel Restaurant Rosenthaler Hof
Kriegsberghütte Pfälzerwald-Verein Göllheim
Safety informationThe following generally applies:
In autumn in particular, it is important to remember that leaves lying on the ground can hide bumps, roots, stones and holes in the path. Trees can topple and branches can fall down after thunderstorms and rainstorms. Natural paths can become muddy and slippery, especially in poor weather conditions. Not all rocks and precipices are secured with ropes or railings. You need to be sure-footed in certain areas. Damage to paths of this kind is to be expected on hikes. If you feel that certain sections of the path are not passable for you, please avoid them.
We endeavour to announce all closures due to forest work or hunting parties on this platform. Nevertheless, sometimes there are situations where hiking trails are closed and we may not have been informed. If you unexpectedly encounter a road closure or diversion, please follow the instructions for your own safety.
Tips and hintsGoldenes Ross country inn
Steigstraße 2 | 67307 Göllheim
+49 (0)6351-999 84 12
Closed on Mondays
Kriegsberghütte in the Göllheim forest
Sundays and public holidays
By the L396
+49 (0)6357/ 339; firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday–Monday from 11:00 a.m.
Closed on Tuesdays
Hotel Rosenthaler Hof
Rosenthaler Hof 23
+49 (0)6357/ 97510; email@example.com
It goes over the road and straight ahead at junctions. At the end of the path, we turn right ("Hohebirk") and keep following the forest path, which makes a left turn. At the crossroads in front of a building, go down the path on the right. We turn right onto the road and left to the Arleshof.
The tour continues to Rosenthal Abbey, which was a Cistercian convent dedicated to the Virgin Mary. It was endowed in 1241. In 1572, the last nun gave up her duties.
The abbey ruins are open on Sundays from April to October from 1 to 6 p.m. or by appointment.
In the village, go straight towards Göllheimer Häuschen. Then cross the road and turn right shortly after the building towards Dreisen. Afterwards it goes back to Göllheim.
In the village, turn right onto Gutenbergstraße and left onto Königskreuzstraße to Königskreuz.
It is the perfect hiking trail for those who love history, beautiful views and the tranquillity of the forest!
Public-transport-friendlyAccessible by train and bus
By train to Eisenberg/Pfalz
BUS 920 to Göllheim and back
Getting thereMotorway A63 to Göllheim exit, continue on B47 to Göllheim.
Motorway A6 to Wattenheim exit, continue on B47 towards Eisenberg, continue to Göllheim.
ParkingKönigskreuzstraße car park, 67307 Göllheim.
Car park by the L396 towards Ramsen.
Car park at Kriegsberghütte.
Car park at Göllheimer Häuschen.
Car park in Rosenthal.
Book recommendation by the author
Flyer vom „Adolf-von-Nassau Wanderweg“
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EquipmentFor our hiking routes, we recommend the following standard equipment:
Clothing suitable for the weather
Protection against sun and rain
Sufficient food and drink, as food and drink outlets may not be available or open.
Even though the trails are very well marked, it is always advisable for safety reasons to carry a suitable hiking map in order to be able to find a safe place quickly in case of a storm or emergency, for example.
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