Romantic Cities Rheinland-Pfalz

Rundwanderweg Feuerschleife | Bad Marienberg

Glowing lava was pouring out of the earth's interior. That was once.
The basalt remains and characterises the region around Bad Marienberg. The fire loop is a circular walk (17.5 km),
which is full of eloquent testimonies of the glowing Westerwald past and presents itself as a varied loop in the most
beautiful Westerwald landscape. The basalt park at the start, the basalt rock tumults of Kleines and Großen Wolfstein,
the basalt outcrop of Scharfenstein, the basalt boulders in the Nister valley, the beautiful basalt rock valley of the Schwarzen Nister
 below Bad Marienberg and the passage through Bad Marienberg full of evidence of basalt mining let the hot history of the region.
The stony heritage, the mixture of forest, meadow and river passages, the final walk through the city - beautiful!

The complete tour description can be downloaded for free, see:
https://www.badmarienberg.de/upload/images/Die_Feuerschleife.pdf

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You can reach us at:

Tourist-Information Bad Marienberg
Wilhelmstraße 10
56470 Bad Marienberg

Phone(0049) 02661 - 7031
e-mailtouristinfo@badmarienberg.de
websitehttps://www.badmarienberg.de

hours of operation

Freely accessible at all times. No marked circular route.

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Links

Basaltpark (Foto: Dominik Ketz / Tourist-Info Bad Marienberg, Quelle: Tourist-Info Bad Marienberg) Basaltsäulen im Basaltpark (Foto: Dominik Ketz/ Tourist-Info Bad Marienberg, Quelle: Tourist-Info Bad Marienberg) Basaltbrocken mit Infotafeln im Basaltpark (Foto: Dominik Ketz/ Tourist-Info Bad Marienberg, Quelle: Tourist-Info Bad Marienberg)
Arrival by train
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