Achtsamkeitspunkt 6 "Zurück zum Ursprung"

Achtsamkeitspunkt 6 "Zurück zum Ursprung"

Manderscheid

"As soon as the small spring dries up, the big river also dries up", says Chinese wisdom.

In the beginning there was water! Water is our most significant food, because it performs numerous vital tasks in our bodies. While we can go several weeks without solid food, we can only go without water for two to four days at most. Regular drinking is important because water helps maintain physical and cognitive functions.

If you have a cup with you, you can easily collect the water from the spring and drink it. Do this consciously and ask yourself the question: What does this water taste like?

Now make your way to the last point - new shores await you. On the way you will pass the Heidsmühle, a stop here is worthwhile.
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At a glance

Opening hours

  • From April 29th to April 29th
    Monday
    00:00 - 23:59

    Tuesday
    00:00 - 23:59

    Wednesday
    00:00 - 23:59

    Thursday
    00:00 - 23:59

    Friday
    00:00 - 23:59

    Saturday
    00:00 - 23:59

    Sunday
    00:00 - 23:59

The trail is open all year round (depending on the weather conditions).

Place

Manderscheid

Contact

Achtsamkeitspfad Kleine Kyll
Mosenbergstr. 22
54531 Manderscheid
Phone: (0049) 6592 951370

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The spa town of Manderscheid is most famous for two medieval castle ruins that stand directly opposite each other on steep mountain spurs not far from the town's alleyways. The massive complexes are separated only by the little Lieser river and a meadow, which in summer becomes a perfect place for a breather while hiking the Eifelsteig trail or for a family picnic with children. On a weekend in August, however, the castles and the meadow are ideal settings for a spectacular festival with quaint crafts, jugglers, jousting tournaments and minstrel singing. In Advent, the Manderscheid Castle Christmas lends the town a special magic. The freely accessible upper castle with its five-storey keep still looks martial today. The lower castle can be explored on guided tours - even at night - or on your own; it only remains closed in bad weather.