Gleitfalte am Dachsbusch
The mining of volcanic material on the Dachsbusch ate deeper and deeper into the old cinder cone.
It gives us an insight into the volcanic and climatic history. The volcanic layers show how they slipped during a cold period about 150,000 years ago due to the alternation of thawing and freezing. The badger bush does not need to fear further depletion, as the area is now a nature reserve. Follow the signposted path to the right up to the gliding fold, where you will find more information.
On the way back you can enjoy a unique view of the Wehrer Kessel, make out a volcanic collapse basin (caldera) and the volcanic structures of the Tiefenstein and Meirother Kopf behind the village of Wehr.