Schneifel Moor Trail
A particularly large proportion of this route runs through forests. Each season, the colour palette of these humid and wet woodlands in the highest forest in the North Eifel National Park changes. The trail passes almost on the flat through the source area of the Alfbach stream, which is fed from dozens of rivulets, moors and ponds. In order to protect the flora and fauna, the path runs along plankways in particularly sensitive areas. Here, there are rare plants to be discovered such as bell heather and marsh lousewort. About halfway through, the forest opens out onto the magnificent “three-country viewpoint”. Here, a platform invites you to stop and take a look around, with a unique long-distance view in fine weather.
Marking of the tour: