The 12-kilometre-long Dahner Felsenpfad (Dahner Rock Trail) runs for the most part on completely new, narrow paths and opens up attractive rock formations. It is not only the varied route that is impressive, but also the indescribable variety of shapes of the bizarre stone formations. Anyone setting out on the trail should be reasonably sure-footed and have a certain level of fitness. The Dahner Felsenpfad (Dahner Rock Trail) is a premium hiking trail and is well signposted along the entire route with the "black rock on orange background" markings.
UFFBASSE! - Campaign for considerate coexistence in nature
Always act with foresight, kindness and consideration towards everyone you meet along the way.
Respect nature, don't destroy plants and always stay on the paths.
Remember to bring a rubbish bag for the trail and take rubbish home with you.
Please keep your dog on a lead at all times. Other visitors and animals will thank you.
For your own safety, observe all trail closures. Also at weekends.
Park only in designated parking areas. Leave space for escape routes and agricultural machinery.
Please give priority to agricultural and forestry traffic.
Refreshment stops along the route: Dahner Pfälzerwald-Hütte in Schneidersfeld, the FelsenGraf-Hütte at the start of the trail, the restaurant Büttelwoog on the camping site in Dahn, the Sportpark at the trail parking lot and also local gastronomy.
PWV Hütte Dahn "Im Schneiderfeld" 66994 Dahn, tel. 06391/1793
Apr. to Oct: Wed-Sun and public holidays 10: 00- 18:00 hrs., (Closed on Mon & Tue, except public holidays), from the third Sunday in January to the end of March and from the beginning of November and through to the third Sunday in Dec.: Wed, Sat, Sun, public holidays 10: 00-18: 00 hrs.,
Between Christmas and New Year, every day from 10: 00-18: 00 hrs.
Overnight stays following prior registration, changing facility, children's playground, disabled toilets FelsenGraf Steakhous, Dahn, open daily from 10.00 am - 23.00 hrs.
Gaststätte Campingplatz Büttelwoog
PWV-Hütte im Schneiderfeld
Haus des Gastes
Safety informationDespite 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.
We endeavour to announce all closures caused by forest works, hunting parties on this platform. Nevertheless, there are situations where hiking trails are closed and we may not have been informed. If you encounter closures or diversions on site, please follow the instructions for your own safety.
Tips and hints
Getting thereB10 to the exit Hinterweidenthal, continue on the B427 to Dahn, there follow the signage "Felsland Badeparadies"
ParkingParking lot for hikers at the Sportpark or the Felsland Badeparadies & Saunawelten at the forest hut Felsengraf in Dahn, alternatively the Dahner PWV-Hütte in Schneiderfeld, FelsenGraf Steakhous
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EquipmentSturdy 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.
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