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Felsenmeer

Felsenmeer

Lugar favorito para senderismo

Creado por usuarios de komoot
Recomendado por 1655 senderistas de 1699

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  • Sebastian Kowalke

    According to legend, the sea of ​​rocks has arisen in the dispute between two giants. One lived on Hohnstein and the other on Felsberg. The two threw themselves screaming and screaming with the huge boulders. But the giant from the Hohnstein had more stones and so the giant was buried by the rock mountain under the stones. To this day you should hear him roar sometimes.

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    • 23 de noviembre de 2017

  • Christian

    The Felsenmeer is already an extraordinary natural spectacle, which can first be overlooked from the bridge and then go on a climbing tour between the large rocks. 😀

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    • 25 de febrero de 2020

  • Thomas 🖤💚

    The wooden bridge was built in 2006 by the Bergstrasse / Odenwald nature park in cooperation with the municipality of Lautertal. It lies approximately in the middle of the rock sea and from here you probably have the most beautiful view of the round boulders ...

    Either you start your tour towards the kiosk in the middle of the rocky sea or you use the place for a long rest.

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    • 29 de abril de 2019

  • Kartello

    It is beautiful for the soul and a real experience. From bottom to top, just over the stones, could be a small competition. Non-slip footwear makes sense.

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    • 20 de abril de 2017

  • Thomas 🖤💚

    The Rock Sea is a block stream from an ancient magma mountain, which weathered in the last millennia. Here you can climb great, either just for fun or as training for mountain tours. The rocks are nicely rounded and pile up over a distance of about 1 km up the rocky mountain. Halfway up a large wooden bridge swings across the rocky sea, where the stones are most impressively visible.

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    • 29 de abril de 2019

  • camino incluso

    A sea of stones suddenly appears unmistakably. Another outstanding feature of the Odenwälder Felsenmeer is that you can discover countless workpieces made by Roman stone carvers. A break on, next to, in the stones is a good idea. A kiosk can be seen at the top left in the direction of the pilgrimage. The kiosk is not barrier-free.

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    • 27 de mayo de 2020

  • Christian

    It is a breathtaking landscape with all these big rocks and rock formations. You can climb through the rocks, but you are not alone. Many people have the same idea. But the experience should have been done before. 😊

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    • 4 de noviembre de 2018

  • Hunsbuckel

    Originally the highlight "Bridge over the sea of rocks":
    This bridge is more of a footbridge because it does not span the rocks freely but is supported on many supports / piles between the rocks.
    But that makes it very stable and it is very wide (oncoming traffic possible). In particular, the railings are statically stable, because of course many visitors look towards the valley and sometimes climb around on the railing.

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    • 17 de mayo de 2019

  • Peter

    It is always an experience to climb here on the rocks (on your own responsibility) or simply to stroll through the many trails through the forest. For families with a thirst for adventure highly recommended to have a look.

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    • 11 de abril de 2017

  • Christian

    It's a breathtaking landscape with all these big rocks and rock formations. You can climb through all the rocks but you are definitely not alone. Lots of people have the same idea. But you should have done the experience before. 😊

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    • 15 de agosto de 2020

  • Denis

    From the wooden bridge you have a beautiful view of the sea of rocks

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    • 23 de septiembre de 2019

  • MIKE B.

    View of the Krehberg and the Knodener Kopf.

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    • 24 de diciembre de 2019

  • ℳᎯℛᏦUЅ﹏✍

    Very nice view of the Krehberg

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    • 20 de enero de 2020

  • Ralf

    Great rocky sea with many views.

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    • 21 de junio de 2017

  • Rüdy

    Unusual natural phenomenon - allegedly two giants who have fought with stones ;-) Wonderful to climb.

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    • 17 de junio de 2017

  • Ralf

    A paradise for big and small. Climbing until you drop.

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    • 22 de junio de 2017

  • Herbert Picker

    The wooden bridge provides a convenient way to cross the sea of rocks and gives a great view of the "rock stream"

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    • 9 de agosto de 2019

  • Andreas

    A surreal rock landscape that you must have seen. Actually, the Felsenmeer-Rundweg (for reasons incomprehensible to me) does not lead at all over the wooden bridge over which you can walk right through the rocky sea without breaking your leg. But the small detour you should plan in any case, then you will be rewarded with a spectacular view.

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    • 21 de agosto de 2019

  • Benjamin Funk

    Is very suitable for a day trip 👍🏼

    The stones can be very slippery in rainy weather.

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    • 11 de abril de 2020

  • Regina

    Impressive slag heap, lively geology lessons

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    • 30 de abril de 2020

  • Wabi-Sabi

    Over the bridge a shortened circular walk can be taken. Especially interesting for people who can not or do not want to climb through the rocky sea.

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    • 30 de mayo de 2019

  • MIKE B.

    From the wooden bridge you have a good view of the rocks.

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    • 14 de enero de 2020

  • Christian

    The Felsenmeer is an extraordinary natural spectacle, which can be overlooked from the bridge and then go on a climbing tour between the large rocks. 😀

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    • 28 de mayo de 2020

  • Ralf

    Very beautiful rock in the form of a pillar

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    • 21 de junio de 2017


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Ubicación: Hesse, Alemania

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