- Round trip
- Refreshment stop
- cultural / historical
Fantastic views and charming half-timbered villages await hikers on the Golddorf route from Holthausen, which is marked with a golden G on a red background. The tour first leads along the well-kept 27-hole golf course of the Schmallenberg Golf Club in the direction of Niedersorpe. The next stage destination worth seeing is the small village of Huxel with its St. Elisabeth Chapel. Further on, you reach the picturesque Kneipp spa town of Bad Fredeburg with its playful architecture. North Rhine-Westphalia's last active slate mine, the Magog mine, is also on the way to Bad Fredeburg: Forty miners still mine slate there today. Back in Holthausen, you can visit the Westfalen Slate Mining and Local History Museum.
A rescue point system has been installed in the Hochsauerland district. Rescue points can be found on the information boards at junctions and on hiking signs.
Holthausen is connected to the regional transport network by bus line 466. If you are traveling from Schmallenberg, first take the S90 to Bad Fredeburg, where you change to line 466.for timetable information: www.rlg-online.deWith theSauerlandCard you can travel free of charge by bus and train in the region.
Coming from Schmallenberg, take the B236 to Gleidorf, where you turn left onto the B511 towards Bad Fredeburg/Eslohe. Before entering Bad Fredebrug, the road to Holthausen branches off to the right.Address for arrival by navigation device: 57392 Schmallenberg-Holthausen, Schützenstraße 1
Parking spaces are available in the area of the Schützenhalle.