With a length of approx. 17 km, the 11th stage of the Saar-Hunsrück Climb has a lot to offer. Hikers can enjoy the Hunsrück to the fullest on this route.
Through agriculturally used areas we go downhill from Langweiler. We cross the informative geopark Krahloch andclimb up again to the impressive rock landscape "Kirschweiler Fortress". The descent into the Idarbach valley is full of experiences. It leads past rock formations, giant trees, views and partly over serpentines.
The ascent to the Wildenburg leads through gigantic Rosselhalden. Afterwards we walk through high forests and reach the Wildenburg with the worth seeing game enclosure. From the Wildenburg, a 1.5 km long access road leads to Kempfeld.
Rest stopsWaldgasthaus am Schwarzenbruch
Safety informationThe Saar-Hunsrück Climb is a near-natural trail, 65% of which is over soft forest soil, grassy paths or along streams. However, this special quality can also lead to problems after longer periods of rain and make parts of the trail difficult to walk on. Sturdy shoes are highly recommended!
Tips and hintsTourist Information EdelSteinLand:
Phone: + 49 (0)6785 - 79 1400
Main street 419
Phone + 49 (0)6781 - 64 871
Website of the Saar-Hunsrück Climb:
Saarland Tourist BoardPhone:
0681 - 9 27 20 - 0
Informationen zur Anreise finden Sie auf der Seite des Saar-Hunsrück-Steigs unter Anreise
ParkingCar Parc "Am Kirschbaum" Morbach
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EquipmentHiking shoes required!
Our tips for carefree hiking pleasure: Hiking is the perfect sport. With the right clothes and shoes it is twice as much fun. Functional clothing, poles and breathable backpacks are comfortable when hiking. Indispensable, however, are good shoes. For longer walks, we recommend sturdy hiking boots with a grippy, non-slip sole. Also remember sunscreen and take a drink with you. A liter of water is ideal.Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
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