Hiking trail 2 leads to the mountain ridge "Auf dem Hahn" where 2500 years ago the Celts lived and used the bizarre landscape for their protection. Because of the altitude and the steep slopes they were protected from attackers.
Today this place offers a wonderful view as far as the Siebengebirge. The view of Schloss Arenfels is also fantastic. Built in 1258 by Heinrich and Gerlach von Isenburg, the castle was never destroyed and was converted into a neo-Gothic palace complex in the 19th century by Zwirner, a master builder of the cathedral. Known as a seasonal castle, the complex has 365 windows, 52 doors and 12 towers.
Getting thereVia Koblenzer Straße / B9 via Mittelstraße to Albert-Mertes-Straße (this is where the Römer-Thermen and the beginning of the path are located)
Parking at the Römer-Thermen
Kurpark, through the underpass of the B9 you can reach the Römer-Thermen in five minutes