Circular walk close to the village of Bruchweiler-Bärenbach. Narrow, enchanted-looking paths connect monumental rocks with spectacular views. Surely one of the highlights of this tour is the railway rock which has finally become accessible thanks to this track.
Circular route close to the village of Bruchweiler-Bärenbach. Surely one of the highlights of this tour is the dragon rock castle ruin ("Drachenfels"). Stop for some hearty food such as specialities from the Palatinate at the dragon rock cabin.
Circular walk around the village of Erfweiler. One of the highlights is the new viewing platform on the cock rock which gave this trip its name.
This one is the most prestigious path of the Dahn Rockland: paths, rocks, vistas, adventures – the "monument valley" of WANDERare Palatinate Forest-North Vosges!
A little bit of Alsace, a little bit of Palatinate – a little bit of everything: bucolic meadow valleys, mixed forests and a hodgepodge of history.
The name tells it all: This premium walking trail offers red brown rock monuments and viewpoints in abundance.
Climbing, conquering, enjoying the view – distinctive rock monuments crown the holiday region of “Hauenstein“, where climbers and hikers alike enjoy the view!
It is the ultimate rocky landmark of Southwest Palatinate and, at the same time, the only geotope (stone natural wonder) of the Palatinate region: "Devil's Table".
There is a special allure to walks on the ridge: feeling as free as a bird with an endless view, they will free your mind from all worries.
The Palatine Forest is a classic country of castles: Trifels, Drachenfels, Berwartstein are some of the best sights to see, attracting young and old alike to the formidable hideouts in the rocks.
The Trifels castle is the ultimate imperial castle, shrouded in legend and steeped in history. It was here that the famous Staufer Emperor Frederick Barbarossa resided.
The old castle rock is the biggest rock massif of the Palatinate Forest and stretches into France. In springtime, when the position of the sun is best and the trees are not yet in full leaf, you may watch the old castle rock glow in red and orange hues.