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Graded short tour/Graded circular tour

Pfälzer Hüttentour

· 17 reviews · Graded short tour/Graded circular tour · Palatinate
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  • Aussicht auf Burg Trifels und Annweiler
    / Aussicht auf Burg Trifels und Annweiler
    Photo: Dominik Ketz, Pfalz Touristik e.V.
  • Aussichtspunkt Orensfelsen
    / Aussichtspunkt Orensfelsen
    Photo: Dominik Ketz, Pfalz Touristik e.V.
  • Logo Hüttentour
    / Logo Hüttentour
    Photo: Pfalz Touristik e.V.
  • St. Anna Kapelle bei Burrweiler
    / St. Anna Kapelle bei Burrweiler
    Photo: Dominik Ketz, Pfalz Touristik e.V.
  • Ausblick Haardt
    / Ausblick Haardt
    Photo: Dominik Ketz, Pfalz Touristik e.V.
  • Abendstimmung
    / Abendstimmung
    Photo: Dominik Ketz, Pfalz Touristik e.V.
  • zwischen Albersweiler und Frankweiler
    / zwischen Albersweiler und Frankweiler
    Photo: Verein Südliche Weinstrasse Annweiler am Trifels e.V., Pfalz Touristik e.V.
  • / Terrasse an der Ringelsberghütte
    Photo: Verein Südliche Weinstrasse Annweiler am Trifels e.V., Pfalz Touristik e.V.
  • / Rast bei Albersweiler
    Photo: Dominik Ketz, Pfalz Touristik e.V.
  • / Biosphärenreservat Pfälzerwald-Nordvogesen
    Photo: Dominik Ketz, Pfalz Touristik e.V.
150 300 450 600 750 m km 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Ringelsberghütte auf dem Ringelsberg St. Anna Kapelle St. Anna- Hütte Trifelsblickhütte Orensfels

This trail leads past five forest taverns, each with a panoramic terrace, as well as the Annakapelle and the viewpoint at Orensfelsen, all offering magnificent views over the Rhine Valley as well as the castles of Annweiler. Hiking as well as stopping for a refreshment is the motto of the Pfälzerhüttetour ..

(There is also a shorter version of the tour, where the Ringelsberghütte is not included. A

detailled description of the tour as well as GPS tracks can be found under "Hüttentour- shorter variant")

difficult
18.5 km
6:00 h
667 m
667 m

 Our trek begins at the Wanderparkplatz Albersweiler-St. Johann and takes us to the edge of the village before going off to the left through the Schlossstraße. We follow the signs with a brown tavern icon on a yellow background and go past the Annahof walking between forests and vineyards until we reach Frankweiler. At the entrance to Frankweiler, we turn left into the forest.

 

From here it goes uphill to the Ringelsberghütte then downhill into the Hainbachtal and on to the St. Annakapelle. We cross the Hainbach in front of a large brick building. Behind it we turn right along the foot of the Kittenberg and through an avenue of lime trees in the spa town of Gleisweiler. Having reached the sanatorium in the Badstraße, we turn to the left following a right turn. We now walk uphill past the sanatorium grounds and into the forest to the Luitpoldplatz where we keep to the right.

 

The path leads us first in a northerly direction, then a right curve through the forest to the St. Annakapelle. The chapel, situated high above the Rhine valley on an extension of the Teufelsberg has attracted pilgrims for many centuries. After enjoying the view, we go a few yards further to the St. Anna-Hütte and turn there to the left. The trail now leads us through dense green vegetation to a view from the Trifelsblick-Hütte.

An information board tells us all we need to know about the landmarks now in sight. Even the Orensberg, which we will be climbing in the course of the tour, can be seen from here. First, however, we follow the path to the Dreimärker and the Landauer Hütte. We now go counterclockwise around the Orensberg passing the lookout point on the Orensfelsen and follow the familiar trail mark in the direction of the Naturfreundehaus Kiesbuckel and Albersweiler.

 

At the Naturfreundehaus we then follow the path downhill back to our starting point in Albersweiler-St.Johann.

Author’s recommendation

Einkehrmöglichkeiten: Ringelsberghütte, St.-Anna-Hütte, Trifelsblick-Hütte, Landauer Hütte, Naturfreundehaus Kiesbuckel, Restaurant Hüttenzauber.

 

 

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Tourismusbüro Verein SÜW Edenkoben
Updated: October 02, 2019

Premium route awarded the "Deutsches Wandersiegel"
Difficulty
difficult
Technique
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
547 m
Lowest point
214 m
Best time of year
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Rest Stop

Trifelsblickhütte
Forest hut on the Ringelsberghütte
Landauer Hütte am Zimmerbrunnen
Landauer Naturfreundehaus am Kiesbuckel

Safety information

Despite the well-signposted trail markers along the premium hiking trails, we recommend for security reasons to always have an appropriate hiking map so that, for example when a storm occurs, you can quickly either find shelter or get out of the woods.

Especially in the autumn it is also important to remember that leaves lying on the ground can conceal irregularities, such as roots, rocks or holes in the path. Following storms, trees can have been uprooted or have branches hanging down. Such path impairments have to be expected when using such trails . Especially in adverse weather conditions, it may occur that the trails and paths turn into muddy and slippery passages. Path impairments of this kind have to be expected when you go out for a hike. Not all rocks or slopes are secured with ropes or railings and sure footedness is required. Should you be of the opinion that these are not accessible to you then you should try and get around them.

Equipment

Sturdy footwear and all-weather clothing, sun and rain protection, and a sufficient quantity of food and drink, should no refreshment facilities or shopping possibilities exist or be open. Although the path is always very well marked, you should for safety reasons always have an appropriate hiking map with you.

Tips, hints and links

Please check the opening hours of the forest taverns in advance.

Ringelsberghütte, Tel: 06345/309, open on sundays

St. Annakapelle, St.-Anna-Hütte, Tel. 0 63 45 / 39 31. opening hours: on wendsday, on sundays and holidays from 10 o'clock, between July - October also on saturdays

Trifelsblick-Hütte, opening hours: on saturdays, sundays and on holidays 9.30-18.00 h. Closed December until 1rst week of January.

Landauer-Hütte am Zimmerbrunnen, Tel. 0 63 45 / 37 97. opening hours: on saturdays, sundays and on holidays. November - February 10-17 h, march - October 10-18 h.

Naturfreundehaus Kiesbuckel, Tel. 0 63 48 / 89 62. opening hours: on saturdays, sundays and holidays

Büro für Tourismus Landau-Land, Hauptstraße 4, 76829 Leinsweiler, Tel. 0 63 45 / 35 31

Büro für Tourismus Annweiler, Meßplatz 1, 76855 Annweiler, Tel. 0 63 46 / 22 00

Büro für Tourismus Edenkoben, Poststr. 23, 67480 Edenkoben, Tel. 0 63 23 / 95 92 22

Südliche Weinstrasse e.V., An der Kreuzmühle 2, 76829 Landau, Tel. 0 63 41 / 94 04 07

Start

Wanderparkplatz in Albersweiler, Ortsteil St. Johann (219 m)
Coordinates:
Geographic
49.226150, 8.038300
UTM
32U 429978 5453041

Destination

Wanderparkplatz in Albersweiler, Ortsteil St. Johann

Turn-by-turn directions

Our trek begins at the Wanderparkplatz Albersweiler-St. Johann and takes us to the edge of the village before going off to the left through the Schlossstraße. We follow the signs with a brown tavern icon on a yellow background and go past the Annahof walking between forests and vineyards until we reach Frankweiler. At the entrance to Frankweiler, we turn left into the forest.

 

From here it goes uphill to the Ringelsberghütte then downhill into the Hainbachtal and on to the St. Annakapelle. We cross the Hainbach in front of a large brick building. Behind it we turn right along the foot of the Kittenberg and through an avenue of lime trees in the spa town of Gleisweiler. Having reached the sanatorium in the Badstraße, we turn to the left following a right turn. We now walk uphill past the sanatorium grounds and into the forest to the Luitpoldplatz where we keep to the right.

 

The path leads us first in a northerly direction, then a right curve through the forest to the St. Annakapelle. The chapel, situated high above the Rhine valley on an extension of the Teufelsberg has attracted pilgrims for many centuries. After enjoying the view, we go a few yards further to the St. Anna-Hütte and turn there to the left. The trail now leads us through dense green vegetation to a view from the Trifelsblick-Hütte.

An information board tells us all we need to know about the landmarks now in sight. Even the Orensberg, which we will be climbing in the course of the tour, can be seen from here. First, however, we follow the path to the Dreimärker and the Landauer Hütte. We now go counterclockwise around the Orensberg passing the lookout point on the Orensfelsen and follow the familiar trail mark in the direction of the Naturfreundehaus Kiesbuckel and Albersweiler.

 

At the Naturfreundehaus we then follow the path downhill back to our starting point in Albersweiler-St.Johann.

Public transport

Train to Albersweiler, (Bahnhaltepunkt an der Queichtallinie Landau-Pirmasens),

Distance between Trainstation and Starting Point ca. 2,0 km.

Getting there

A65 bis Ausfahrt Landau-Nord, auf B10 nach Siebeldingen, von hier weiter nach Albersweiler, St. Johann

Parking

Wanderparkplatz in Albersweiler, Ortsteil St. Johann
Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Author’s map recommendations

Wanderkarte Hauenstein&Trifelsland Pietruska Verlag, 3. Auflage


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Reviews

4.2
(17)
Tobias Karnbach
September 19, 2019 · Community
Ich bin nur einen Teil der Route gelaufen, entlang der berggrenze und dann durch das Tal, direkt zur kandier Hütte. Der Weg war sehr schön, kalt im frühen Herbst und mit eins zwei schönen Aussichten.
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Done at September 19, 2019
Tina Wolf
November 13, 2018 · Community
Ganz nette Tour, gibt aber weitaus schönere in der Pfalz; da würde ich eher die Süd-/Südwestpfalz empfehlen, wenn man spektakuläre Aussichten liebt. Wenn man nicht unbedingt in eine der Hütten einkehren möchte/muss, sollte man die Tour sonntags meiden, außer, man steht auf Wagenladungen voll von Menschen, sobald man sich in das nähere Umfeld der Hütten bewegt. Technisch ist die Runde einfach, aufgrund der Länge als "mittel" einzustufen.Die Ausschilderung ist perfekt wie überall in der Pfalz, verlaufen quasi unmöglich.
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Done at November 04, 2018
Frank B. 
August 13, 2018 · Community
Eine klasse Wanderung mit tollen Aussichten und sehr schönen Wegen. Aufgrund der hohen Temperaturen waren wir froh über die vielen Waldwege. Alle Hütten sind klasse und die Gastfreundlichkeit ist wirklich hervorzuheben. Auch die St. Anna-Kapelle ist einen Besuch wert. Mit kurzen Pausen in 4 Hütten waren wir 7 Stunden und 15 Minuten unterwegs. Absolute Empfehlung!
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Done at August 12, 2018
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Difficulty
difficult
Distance
18.5 km
Duration
6:00 h
Ascent
667 m
Descent
667 m
Loop Scenic With refreshment stops

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