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Trasshöhle

Trasshöhle

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  • Martin

    The freely accessible trass caves in Brohltal are located below Bad Tönisstein on the Brohltalstraße (Bundesstraße 412) at the height of the inn "Jägerheim". Near the caves there is parking for cars. The cave and Schluchtensteig Kell, a circular walk, leads past the Trasshöhlen.

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    • 13 de junio de 2017

  • eyekon

    Together with the Wolfsschlucht the absolute highlight on the cave and Schluchtensteig!

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    • 11 de mayo de 2017

  • Ela Ado

    Beautiful here, especially with children's much to discover

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    • 2 de mayo de 2018

  • Jens

    Very nice caves. Especially for children.

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    • 29 de abril de 2018

  • joetobn

    The Trasshöhlen and the Wolfsschlucht gorge, just a few minutes away, are the two absolute hiking highlights in the Brohltal valley.

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    • 24 de julio de 2018

  • Roland

    "The sky in the Brohltal darkened when the Laacher Lake volcano erupted only five kilometers away, and a glowing mixture of lava particles and gases spewed into the atmosphere at intervals, each time the eruptive pillar collapsed, the material raged Ashes and lava particles filled the valleys up to 60 meters high, and the once loose materials of the glut avalanche have, over time, become a rock known as "trass" in our region, which was already built by the Romans In the Brohltal Trass, they used it, among other things, to build a house, adding finely ground lime and water to a mortar that hardens even under water, and it seems likely that it was Dutch people who exploited it in the Brohltal valley since the 16th century Trass is ideal for building dikes and docks, and it was they who gave the name to the volcanic cement: "Tyrass" is Dutch It's called "glue." The walls you see from here are hollowed out and can be visited. Because of their poorer quality, they were no longer interesting for the mining and are today an impressive testimony of the huge glut avalanche that once filled the whole valley. "
    eifel.info/a-trasshoehlen

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    • 14 de octubre de 2019

  • Claudia- Hannah

    The Trasssteinhöhlen are really beautiful and not only for children a real highlight. Fantastisch is ever the dream path cave and Schluchtensteig at Kell (Andernach).

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    • 7 de abril de 2015

  • Jan

    The "Schluchtensteig Kell" is highly recommended, as this part of the Eiffel is even quieter than others. The beauty of the cave is also that loose sand is at the bottom, which can dampen the impact in falls
    Also, there are not many caves on the Rhine, which are so freely accessible

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    • 30 de diciembre de 2017

  • Wilfried

    Well worth it, impressive nature with boards well explained.

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    • 2 de septiembre de 2018

  • Shaya

    At the caves you can see the exit, so you can enter people with claustrophobia

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    • 16 de febrero de 2019

  • Jolanta

    Mighty rock faces, Trasshöhlen, jungle atmosphere in the wolfsschlucht, waterfall. Simply beautiful round

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    • 24 de febrero de 2019

  • Markus 🥾⛰

    For children intended a little adventure.

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    • 25 de febrero de 2019

  • KADMZ

    Nice caves not far from the road

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    • 21 de junio de 2018

  • eyekon

    Together with the Wolfsschlucht the absolute highlight on the cave and Schluchtensteig! Great location!

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    • 11 de mayo de 2017

  • Waldwanderer Von Trekking-mit-familie.de

    Spectacular walk through the cave

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    • 5 de octubre de 2018

  • RBo12

    Good shoes recommended (slippery stones, leaves, etc.).
    At Christmas time a lot of "public traffic" (families, etc.) through Christmas hikes (cribs).
    Challenging climbs - Tour is a lot of fun.

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    • 30 de diciembre de 2018

  • Jolanta

    Belongs to the most beautiful traumpaden. On the weekend too much going on, problems with parking, but it is always worth it

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    • 24 de febrero de 2019

  • JR on Tour

    Huge Cave ... Impressive, what nature can create like this

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    • 30 de junio de 2019

  • Kay

    Nice quiet little round

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    • 29 de noviembre de 2017

  • Blair ON TOUR

    The caves are the HAMMER - MADNESS !!!

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    • 29 de noviembre de 2019

  • Nina

    A wonderful place created by man.

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    • 4 de julio de 2020

  • HEINZ d.P.

    The Engeln volcano express brings you with a certain comfort
    after angels in the middle
    Tuff area with walk-in
    Quarries and splendid
    View.

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    • 22 de mayo de 2020

  • Jürgen

    Very nice route through the caves.

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    • 26 de mayo de 2020

  • Susanne

    Very nice tour - adventurous!

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    • 5 de junio de 2020


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