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The Lahn Valley

The Lahn Valley awaits your visit with its diverse hiking and cultural landscape. The wooded paths in the Rothaargebirge Mountains and Westerwald alternate with diverse parklands in the Lahn-Dill-Bergland. The rough pasture landscape of the Westerwald then meets the gently rolling hills of the North Taunus. The varying landscapes of the Lahn Valley all have their own charms and offer numerous hiking trails with different difficulty levels. There’s a huge network of trails, so you can always plan your perfect route.

LAHNTAL | Hiking


The beginning and end of the 50-kilometre Burgwaldpfad trail allows you to discover haunted alleyways and romantic corners of the historical old towns of Marburg and Frankenberg. Bordered by the Lahn and Eder rivers, it spans along one of the largest contiguous forest areas in Hessen, which surprises amazed walkers again and again. read more

LAHNTAL | Hiking


If you want to fully explore the new Lahnwanderweg trail, you'll need plenty of time. The trail begins at the source of the Lahn in the Siegerland and takes you all the way to the point the river meets the Rhine - a daunting 290 kilometres away. The length of the route is not the only impressive thing, however... read more

LAHNTAL | Hiking


It might sound like an exaggeration, but you could claim that everything revolves around the Lahn-Dill-Bergland-Pfad trail. This is true if you consider this stunning hiking trail through the Lahn-Dill-Bergland nature reserve to be THE path that joins everything together. read more

LAHNTAL | Hiking


The 36-kilometre Lahnhöhentour is a round walk and a great way of discovering the central Hessen region around Biedenkopf. The town of Biedenkopf, which was mentioned in official records as early as the 12th century, is one of the starting points. It features a castle sitting atop a cone-shaped mountain like a throne. read more

LAHNTAL | Hiking


When the 154-kilometre Rothaarsteig opened in 2001 as a premium trail, no-one would have expected the changes to the quality of the hiking route and the boom that would ensue. "The path of the senses" takes you from Dillenburg and through the Rothaargebirge nature reserve, following the main ridge of the forested mountains to the town of Brilon in the Sauerland. read more