Grube BendisbergIn der Eisenkaul 256729 LangenfeldPhone: (0049)2655 962996
The neighboring ruins of the Lion Castle, also known as Monreal Castle, and the Philippsburg, popularly called "the Rech" (roe deer), lofty above the picturesque half-timbered Monreal on a 350 m above sea level. NN high mountain spur.
The car park " Ettringer Lay " is a starting point for a hike to the " Ettringer Bellerberg ". For about 200.000 years flows out of the volcan three enormous lava flows in the enviroment below the volcano.
Pit Bausberg I and II in Kehrig. Until a few decades ago, slate mining dominated large parts of our region as far as the Moselle. The population of the local church Kehrig lived to a large extent from the work in the resident slate mines Bausberg I and Bausberg II. Even today, the many shining slate roofs, especially in the villages of the eastern Eifel, and the Mayen-based, national school for roofing craftsmanship prove this tradition.
"Kottenheimer Büden" At the "Kottenheimer Büden" (407 m, near the municipality Kottenheim), the eastern flank of the Beller mountain volcano, the view opens into the mightiest of the three lava flows of the volcano. The tomb was created when about 200,000 years ago in violent explosions lava bombs and scraps were ejected from the Beller mountain volcano and piled up into a mighty slag wall. Geological nature trails bring the long gone back to life and explain to visitors of this volcano park station their origin and the use of basalt lava deposits. People use the basalt lava there since pre-Christian times
The monastery ruins "Mädburg" at Kehrig Not far from the confluence of the monastery creek that rises in Kehrig, the Elz flows around a small plateau about 20 m above the valley floor, bounded on the northwest by a rocky steep slope. Here are world-secluded between tall spruce trees and surrounded by thorny scrub, the extensive remains of a small church, which leads to the strange name Mädburg. (Source: website of the local church Kehrig http://www.kehrig-eifel.de/ )
A 18 m high lookout tower on the Eifel mountain " Hochsimmer ", which is standing in Ettringen. The " Hochsimmerturm " is standing on the east hilltop ( 583,3 m ü. NHN) of the " Hochsimmer ". It were built in the years 1909 till 1911 from the " Eifelverein Mayen " .