- dog friendly
- Insider tip
- Healing climate
- Summit tour
- Round trip
Florenbicke hiking parking lot
Florenbicke hiking parking lot
Tourist Information Diemelsee
Kirchstraße 6, 34519 Heringhausen
Phone: 05633 91133
The name of the trail says it all: along its 9.4 km length, you can enjoy fantastic views of the Diemelsee, the Sperrmauer and the Sauerland mountains. Enjoy the ever-changing landscape of forests, mountains, valleys and meadows as you wander through. Listen to the tranquillity of nature in the Diemelsee Nature Park. Don't miss the detour to the summit cross on the St. Muffert!
At the beginning we have a steep ascent - it is the only one - from approx. 360 m above sea level to almost 600 m above sea level.
Magnificent views reward the small effort. What comes next can simply be described as enjoyable hiking. We hike through various valleys with ever-changing views and panoramas. Shorter sections through forest alternate with paths through fields and meadows. At the end, we return to the shore of the reservoir on a somewhat steep path.
There are no opportunities to stop for refreshments, but there are nice resting places for rucksack refreshments.
Starting point: Florenbicke hiking parking lot, 500 m after the northern end of Heringhausen on the road to Helminghausen/Staumauer.From the Florenbicke hiking parking lot, walk uphill to the left with the white PW markings on a black background (Panoramaweg Heringhausen).Continue with almost no difference in altitude and you will reach an intermediate summit after the next steep step. Here, at the boundary stone from 1769, follow the path to the right and to the viewpoint with summit cross on the St.Muffert. Follow the previous markings to the left to the summit of the Eisenberg.Behind the summit, already on the descent, we recommend a detour to the next viewpoint of the reservoir.Leaving the forest with a wonderful view to the east, leave the Diemelsteig trail to the right and stay on the panorama trail (PW) until you come back to the Diemelsteig trail, which you follow in the direction of Adorf. At the edge of the forest, leave the Diemelsteig and continue straight ahead along the edge of the forest.Go around the small forest outcrop and take the next path to the right until you reach the asphalt path, then turn right again.Follow the asphalt path to the end of the forest edge. Turn left at the junction with hiking trail H2 and Nordic walking trail 69. Leave the tarmac path at the junction with hiking trail H2. We cross a shallow valley and walk over the ridge of the Klus on Nordic walking route 68 or Panoramaweg (PW).At the refuge, walk back over the Klus and reach a meadow path. At the hairpin bend, before turning right again, take another look at the lake.At the junction of the H2, turn right across the meadow back to the village. Walk past the Diemelsee Golf Park with the Diemelsteig hut and children's playground until you reach the main road.Turn right and walk a few more steps back to the parking lot.
The bus and train connections to Diemelsee:Line 566: Korbach - DiemelseeLine 560: Diemelsee - Willingen/Bad ArolsenRailroad stations around Diemelsee Willingen (Upland) railroad stationMarsberg-Bredelar railroad stationKorbach main stationBrilon (Wald) railroad station
From the north: Drive towards Hannover and take the A7 towards Kassel until the Kasseler Kreuz junction, then take the A44 towards Dortmund, exit Marsberg towards DiemelseeFrom the east: Take direction Kassel, then A44 Dortmund exit Marsberg direction Diemelsee-HeringhausenFrom the west: Direction Dortmund, A44 direction Kassel, exit Marsberg direction Diemelsee-HeringhausenFrom the south: Munich in the direction of Nuremberg, Kassel and onto the A44 in the direction of Dortmund, take the Marsberg exit and drive towards Diemelsee Heringhausen
Florenbicke hiking parking lot, Seestraße, 34519 Diemelsee-Heringhausen