The | Fürstin-Margaretha-Weg runs through the former Duchy of Arenberg and invites you to discover the history of Princess Margaretha.
The route can be completed in two stages via a short connection.
From Wershofen you have a fantastic view of the unmistakable Aremberg. In Aremberg, the tower of the once imposing fortification, built around 1854 from the surrounding rubble and remains of the wall, rises today.
The route can also be carried out in two stages via a short connection.
Highlights along the way:
- Arenberg castle and palace ruins
- Parish Church of St. Nikolaus, Aremberg
- Guardian Angel Chapel, Aremberg
- Historic mill Gillig, Antweiler
- St. Maximin Church, Antweiler
- Strohner Heiligenhäuschen
- Filialkirche 14 Nothelfer, Eichenbach
- Statue from the Eifler original "Bläke Fritz", Eichenbach
- Kottenborner Kreuz lookout point, Wershofen
- glider airfield
Rest stopsRestaurant in the "Burgschänke Aremberg"
Restaurant in the Country Inn "Landgasthaus Pfahl"
Restaurant in the Hotel Kastenholz
Restaurant in the Country Inn "Zum Wiesengrund"
Safety informationAfter long periods of rain, muddy passages, e.g. in the Dreisbachtal shortly before the tunnel, cannot be ruled out.
For your own safety, please always stay on the designated paths and do not leave them.
Tips and hintsTourist-Information Hocheifel-Nürburgring
Kirchstraße 15 - 19
Tel.: (+49) 2691 305-122
Fax: (+49) 2691 305-196
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Getting therePlease use the navigable start address in the Parking area to enter it in your navigation device.
ParkingSTART: Wanderparkplatz, Kapellenstrasse, 53533 Aremberg
further starting points in the places Wershofen, Eichenbach and Antweiler with parking facilities at all participating restaurants.
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EquipmentMedium-high, sturdy hiking shoes recommended, weatherproof clothing.
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- 21 Waypoints