Traces of settlement at the prehistoric Kakushöhle between Eiserfey and Weyer date back to 80,000 BC. Hunter-gatherer groups of the Neanderthals left behind numerous stone implements of the Middle Palaeolithic epochs and animal bones. The Karst Stone Nature Reserve with the Kakus Cave in the town of Mechernich is one of the most important prehistoric sites in Europe. Located above the scenic Feytal valley in the district of Dreimühlen, the Kartstein with the Kakushöhle offers numerous possibilities for hikers, nature and culture enthusiasts and small adventurers. Let yourself be captured by largely untouched nature, legends and stories and a unique cave area!