Starting point of this varied walk - Kleiner Wäller Hessentagswanderweg - is the 17 m high observation tower Dillblick. Before the start you can enjoy the magnificent panoramic view.
From the tower the path leads through the game reserve. The goats, llamas and donkeys are looking forward to your visit. The fallow deer can be observed from a viewing platform. For children there are great play and climbing equipment.
On the circular path past the war graves site - in summer you can also make a detour to the outdoor swimming pool - you can walk through paths and streets down to the old town with its many half-timbered houses, alleys and corners, cafés and bistros for a little breather. In the city park you can relax under the shady trees with many seats and playground equipment. The circular path leads through parts of the pedestrian zone past many small stores. Parking facilities at the starting point.
Alternatively you can start at the train station. Maps, information and the numerous cafés, bistros and ice-cream parlors in the old town are available at the local tourist information office!
Safety informationBridge construction works on the freeway bridge at the underpass of the freeway in the game enclosure lead to a temporary and partial blocking of the road (as of May 20) in the area of the entrance to the game enclosure at the observation tower and from the other side from the crossing in the game enclosure. The blockade will be lifted at weekends when no work is due. A detour will be signposted. Please note the closures.
Tips, hints and links
The original concept and idea for the Hessentag hiking trail (created in the course of the preparations for the 2nd Hessentag in Herborn in 2016) comes from the two Herborn associations Wanderfreunde Herborn e.V. and Westerwaldverein Herborn e.V: