Kolverather Drees

Kolverather Drees

Daun

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This Drees (source) on the outskirts of Daun lies even further up the Josenbach than the Josendrees. Close to the military site, refreshing and tasty mineral water oozes out of the earth in a completely natural way.

The Drees has the same composition as the Josendrees, a magnesium-calcium-hydrogen carbonate acidulous water. The water, which is about 9 degrees cold, contains iron and refreshes hikers on the Drees hiking trail. However, it is not lined and so the water is harder to draw.

The Kolverather Drees is less visited and less known because of its distance from the city. The Josendrees is easy to reach, yet it too is less well known and visited than the Hotzendrees. You can find more information in the brochure: "Dreese - Mineralwasser- und Kohlensäurequellen der Vulkaneifel".
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At a glance

Opening hours

  • From January 1st to December 31st

    The “Dreese” can be visited all year round.
    Depending on the weather and the ground conditions, they are differently accessible.

Place

Daun

Contact

Kolverather Drees
Heinrich-Hertz-Straße
54450 Daun
Phone: (0049)6592 951370

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