We say goodbye to the reservoir in Kell and climb steadily uphill through a beautiful brook valley into the Osburger Hochwald. There we experience one of the highlights of the stage. We cross the moor at the Rösterbruch with birch trees, peat moss cushions and pipe grass.
Then the long descent into the Ruwer valley begins, which first leads us through the deep forests of the Osburger Hochwald. After crossing a street we experience sensational views as far as Bonerath as far as the Eifel. Then it goes through an atmospheric valley down to the Riveris dam. At the most beautiful view of the dam, a particularly large bench invites you to rest. We then explore the “Langenstein” rock formation and reach the Ruwer valley, which near Waldrach offers us a particularly beautiful passage directly on the Ruwer. The day's destination is the atmospheric wine towns of Kasel and Mertesdorf.
Weyrichsbruch - spring moor at the Rösterkopf
Riveris dam near Riveris
Replica of the Roman aqueduct in Waldrach
Rest stopsHotel Weingut Weis
Safety informationThe Saar-Hunsrück-Steig is a natural path, 65% of which is over soft forest floor, over grass paths or along streams. However, this special quality can also lead to problems after long periods of rain and make parts of the path more difficult to walk on. Therefore, sturdy shoes are strongly recommended.
Tips and hints
(50 m vom Steig)
Bahnhofstraße 37 a, 54317 Kasel
Telefon: +49 651 1701818
Internetseite des Saar-Hunsrück-Steigs: www.saar-hunsrueck-steig.de
ParkingParkplätze am Stausee Kell
Parkplätze im Zentrum Waldrach
Parkplätze im Zentrum Kasel
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EquipmentWe recommend sturdy shoes (hiking boots) and weather-appropriate hiking clothing on all stages.
- 17 Waypoints
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