Gerolsteiner Felsenpfad
Blick auf die Gerolsteiner Dolomiten, © Eifel Tourismus GmbH/D. Ketz

Gerolsteiner Felsenpfad


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The dolomite rocks are the symbol of Gerolstein and the Gerolsteiner Felsenpfad, or rock trail. The Buchenlochhöhle cave is situated on the edge of the Munterley plateau. 
Created over 1.8 million years ago, the cave impresses with its length of around 30 m and breadth of around 4 m. It offered shelter to the stone-age people living here. Through the Vulkanring road, past Germany’s largest mineral thermal spring and the majestic Kasselburg castle, hikers can enjoy great views onto the well town on the return route from the Hustley climbing rocks.

Marking of the tour:

  • Wegmarkierung Wanderweg Gerolsteiner Felsenpfad
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More information about this route

Start: Tourist-Information Gerolstein

Destination: Tourist-Information Gerolstein

Distance: 8.6 km

Duration: 2:45 h

Difficulty: intermediate

Tour-type: Hiking

Ascent: 224 m

Descent: 224 m


  • Round tour

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