Hainichlandweg

HainichlandwegA dense, shady beech forest lies at the heart of the Wartburg Hainich World Heritage region. Rare animals such as wildcats, bats and woodpeckers live in this varied landscape.

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Werra-Burgen-Steig

Werra-Burgen-SteigNearly 500 km in length, the Werra-Burgen-Steig hiking trail passes through three federal states. The historic trail is unique in Germany, with numerous castles high above the banks of the River Werra, often directly on the German Green Belt.

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Nature Park Path Leine-Werra

Nature Park Path Leine-WerraVigorous climbs, gentle valleys, sparse plateaus and lush river landscapes - scarcely any other hiking trail is as varied as the Nature Park Path Leine-Werra, which has even been granted the quality path seal of approval from the German Hiking Association.

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Quality Trail Hünenteichweg


Hainich National Park: 
In January 2016, the “Wanderweg Hünenteich“ was awarded as “Qualitätsweg Wanderbares Deutschland“ (Quality Trail Walkable Germany) in the category “Pleasure of nature” by the German Ramblers’ Association. 

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Luther Trail (EA-Treffurt)

WartburgOver a length of 900 kilometres, the Luther Trail connects the most important Luther places in Thuringia. One of the most beautiful sections leads the hiker from lively Eisenach to romantic Treffurt.

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Luther Trail (Treffurt-MHL)

TreffurtThe Luther Trail meanders through four Federal States, 900 kilometres thereof leading alone through Thuringia. Between Treffurt and Mühlhausen, nature enthusiasts will go into raptures.

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Luther Trail (Mühlhausen-LSZ)

Lutherweg Mühlhausen-Bad LangensalzaThe Luther Trail meanders through four Federal States, 900 kilometres thereof leading alone through Thuringia. A unique combination of nature and culture awaits the pilgrim between Mühlhausen and Bad Langensalza.

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Rennstieg

RennstiegHainich National Park: The approx. 31 km-long Rennstieg in the Hainich region is a traditional ridgeway and courier route which was first mentioned in 1448. 8.5 km lead through the Hainich National Park which resembles a primeval forest.

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Sculpture Hiking Trail

Hütscheroda: This hiking trails is located between Behringen and Hütscheroda. In 20 years, after sculptor symposiums, more than 160 works have been created, 110 thereof can still be seen. What you see is a perfect symbiosis of art and nature.

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Betteleichenweg

BetteleichenwegHainich National Park: One of the most beautiful circular trails in the Hainich National Park leads to the Betteleiche (Beggars’ Oak). A legendary tree representing the eventful history of the Hainich.

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Wildcat trail

Wilde kattenpadHainich National Park: One of the most beautiful circular trails in the Hainich National Park leads to the Betteleiche (Beggars’ Oak). A legendary tree representing the eventful history of the Hainich.

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Dragon and Landgrave Ravine

Eisenach: In the legendary Dragon Ravine at the end of the city of Eisenach, romantic people, nature fans and geologists get their money’s worth. In the narrow gorge, you walk on footbridges over the water of a roaring creek.

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Adventure Path Brunstal

BrunstalHainich National Park: A barrier-free Adventure Path for young and old people. Feel nature and experience it actively. On the Adventure Path Brunstal, you can actively discover interesting facts regarding woods and meadows.

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Adventure Path Silberborn

Erlebnispfad SilberbornHainich National Park: Mysterious forest spirits entice you along the barrier-free Silberborn Hiking Trail. But this Path does not only have enchanting views, it also offers a lot of knowledge on nature at nine experience stations.

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Sulzrieden Trail

SulzriedenwegHainich National Park: Sulzrieden means “salty marsh‘‘. This name stems from a former Slavic settlement which was confirmed by archaeological grave findings. Already in the 16th century, Sulzrieden was described as desolate in fief letters. 

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Germanic Cult Path

Germaans cultuspadHainich National Park: On the Germanic Cult Path (Germanischer Kultpfad) which is about 2 km long, you can discover 8 pre-Christian sanctums. The primeval forest was also part of the Germanic world. 

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Eichenberg Walking Path

EichenbergwegHainich National Park: It takes one and a half hour to get around the Eichenberg (Oak Mountain). The route symbol, an acorn, represents the oaks which gave their names to the Eichenberg.

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Primeval Forest Path

Hainich National Park: At night, there are so many stars twinkling at the sky that it is impossible to count them all. In the Primeval Forest, the Hainich, there are almost as many living beings. You can discover them on the Primeval Forest Path. 

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Fairy Nature Trail Feensteig

FeenstiegHainich National Park: Inspired by nature and enchanted by fairies, the Feensteig in the Hainich Park delights little hikers and families in particular. At 14 stations, you can experience how fairy tales and nature come together.

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Hiking Trail Craulaer Cross

Craulaer KreuzHainich National Park: The Craulaer Cross, an old damaged stone cross which is situated at the edge of the forest near Craula serves as symbol for this hiking trail. 

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Nature Trail Thiemsburg

Natuurpad ThiemsburgHainich National Park: If you have visited the canopy walkway and afterwards want to immerse into the “sea of trees” at which you had marvelled from above, we would recommend you to take a walk on the Nature Trail Thiemsburg.

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Trail of the Nightingale

NachtegaalwegHainich National Park: The nightingale, this inconspicuous bird with its wonderful singing, has given its name to this trail. Anybody who has once walked here in spring with open ears will no longer ask for its origin.

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The Wildcat Secret Path

Kind im SpielelementHütscheroda: The Wildcat Path gives a wonderful insight into the natural habitat of the wild cats, but with its seven kilometres it is slightly too long for not only a few visitors.

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Sperbersgrund Trail

SperbersgrundwegHainich National Park: A valley with the name Sperbersgrund which stretches along this path gave its name to this appealing hiking trail. Therefore, the symbol accompanying the hiker is a sparrowhawk. 

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Bummelkuppen Trail

BummelkuppenwegHainich National Park: This circular trail starts at the parking lot “Harsberg” near Lauterbach. The trail’s symbol is a beech leave. 

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Saugraben Trail

SaugrabenwegHainich National Park: The traces left in the forest by the symbolic animal of the Saugraben Trail, the wild boar, can certainly be detected along the hiking trail, whereas you will need some luck in order to get a sight of the animals themselves.

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Hiking Trail Steinbergweg

SteinbergwegHainich National Park: The symbol of the Steinbergweg Trail is an ammonite, a fossilized animal which was often found in this region. This trail offers the opportunity to get to know the most important tree species of the Central European deciduous forest.

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