From the Ebernburg Castle to the reservoir view through rustic forest and meadow landscape, which offers expansive views.
The tour stumbles upon the picturesque wine village of Ebernburg with its typical inns, leads past a sculpture park with a view of the mighty rock face of the Rotensfels, dips into dense forest areas and opens up an enchanting view of the Niederhausen reservoir. The landscape constantly changes. Through darker sections of forest, we pass by Schinderhannesloch. Through meadowland with wide horizons, you hike with a view of the Alsenz Valley and Altenbaumburg Castle, the trail thus uncovering the rich scenery of the Nahe region. The mighty Ebernburg is the starting and finishing point of the hike.
Visit the exhibition at the castle, which highlights the importance of Ebernburg Castle during the Reformation, when Franz von Sickingen ruled here.
Rest stopsHotel BurgBlick
Ev. Familienferien - u. Bildungsstätte Ebernburg
Ebernburgschänke - Restaurant Freigeist
Weingut Robert Rapp
Weingut H.J. Gattung
Weinhaus Schlich mit Gutsausschank "Zum Remischen"
Landhotel - Waldgasthof Lembergblick
Café Süße Ecke
In wet conditions, several parts of the trail may be difficult to walk.
Tips and hints
Map and information
Bauernstube Birkerhof, Birkenhof 8, 55583 Bad Kreuznach (Ebernburg), Tel. 06708 617657
Restaurant “Freigeist” on Ebernburg Tel.: 06708 6416661 Whatsapp: 0174 9259294; E-mail: email@example.com
Gastronomy in Bad Münster am Stein-Ebernburg: www.bad-muenster-am-stein.de
Infos on the Stone Sculpture Museum: www.fondation-kubach-wilmsen.de
Leave the B 48 in Bad Münster am Stein-Ebernburg in the direction of Feilbingert. At the end of Ebernburg, after a roundabout at the fire station, turn towards Ebernburg. The hikers’ car park is just after the exit on the right.
The hikers’ car park in a meadow is free of charge and is located on the Burgweg.
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Sturdy footwear suitable for wet conditions.
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