Luther Trail

Hainichbaude am Craulaer Kreuz
Hainichbaude am Craulaer Kreuz I Bild Clemens Scherrers

Walking in Luther’s tracks - Mühlhausen-Bad Langensalza section

The 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.

From Mühlhausen with its many towers and medieval churches, the Trail leads out into nature, along the edge of the Hainich Park. Having passed Kammerforst, the hikers immerse in the central area of the National Park. Via the Craulaer Cross, the Trail leads to the Thiemsburg Castle with the canopy walkway and further to the spa town and city of roses Bad Langensalza. In this spa town with its ten parks and theme gardens, Luther visited the Augustinian Monastery in 1516.

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Contact:

Lutherweg-Gesellschaft e.V.
Collegienstraße 62
06886 Lutherstadt Wittenberg

phone (0 34 91) 46 61 10

info@lutherweg-gesellschaft.de
www.lutherweg.de

Information:

start: Mühlhausen
destination: Bad Langensalza
height: 167 m - 498 m above sea level
difficulty: medium
distance: 25 km
barrier-free: no
baby carriage suitable: no
marker: green "L" on white square
accessibility: best hiking time from Easter to early November

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Bad Langensalza

Bad Langensalza Themengärten10 parks & theme gardens turn the spa town of Bad Langensalza into a green oasis at the edge of the Hainich Park. And friends of medieval feasts will also get their money’s worth here.

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