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May 22, 10:00 - 15:00
We enjoy the beautiful natural and cultural landscape of the Haard on a hike on easy, but mostly winding paths.
The path leads us from the St. Johannes car park to the Brinksknapp nature reserve with its unique biotope. The path continues to the Dicken Stein, the Haard's largest boulder, which has come to us as a greeting from Scandinavia. Then it goes to the Rennberg, on which there is a fire watch tower that we can climb: a highlight of our tour in the truest sense. From up there we have a magnificent view over the entire Haard and beyond. We continue to the cross of St. Johannes, where the sacred tree used to stand and which was a meeting place for the Germanic tribes living there. Via the memorial for the chief hunter Johannes Binsfeld, who died from the bite of a rabid dog, with the statue of St. Nepomuk we get to the Roman fountain (which does not deserve the name).
Now the way leads us back to the local St. Johannes, where at the end of our hike we get to know another natural monuments that have already been admired many times.
Sturdy shoes and weatherproof clothing are advisable. On the Rennberg, you can take your own provisions during a break to relax.
It will guide you: Arne Berg
Sunday, May 22, 2022 I. 10: 00 15 to: 00 pm
Meeting point: Marl-Sinsen, St. Johannes hiking car park, Haard Grenzweg / Obersinsener Straße, Haard Grenzweg 330
Contact: email@example.com I Tel. 0172 2949243
Costs: € 10,00, children € 5,00
Notes: Weatherproof clothing. Sturdy shoes are recommended