The Krufter Waldsee, located in the middle of the forest, can be easily reached via an approximately 600m long forest path.
The former pumice pit was renatured in the 1980s and the area around the lake, including large protection areas, is an artificially created area. The forest lake covers 3.5 hectares and has a maximum depth of 5 m. The bathing lake has excellent water quality and, thanks to its gently sloping south bank, is well suited for children and non-swimmers. A small playground and a toilet are also available.
Dogs are not allowed!
How to get to the Krufter Waldsee:
Park at the hiking car park "Am Krufter Waldsee" (accessible from the K53) and then continue on foot (approx. 600m).
The following hiking and walking trails lead past the Krufter Waldsee:
• Premium hiking trail dream path "Pellenzer Seepfad" (16 km)
• Panorama path "Eppelsberg" - Geopfad route N (13km)