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Rothaarsteig-Spur Oberhundemer Bergtour

· 19 reviews · Hiking trail · Sauerland
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m 700 600 500 400 10 8 6 4 2 km Kurpark Oberhundem Hütte am Böhmenkamp Wanderportal Rhein-Weser-Turm Alpenhaus
moderate
Distance 11.6 km
4:15 h
364 m
364 m
688 m
413 m

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Helmut Otto
Update: July 20, 2022
Premium route awarded the "Deutsches Wandersiegel"
Difficulty
moderate
Technique
Stamina
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Landscape
Highest point
688 m
Lowest point
413 m
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Track types

Asphalt 4.27%Dirt road 66.01%Forested/wild trail 11.95%Path 17.75%
Asphalt
0.5 km
Dirt road
7.6 km
Forested/wild trail
1.4 km
Path
2.1 km
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Rest stops

Alpenhaus

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Start

Wanderportal Haus des Gastes (Kurpark), Oberhundem (421 m)
Coordinates:
DD
51.089194, 8.179420
DMS
51°05'21.1"N 8°10'45.9"E
UTM
32U 442531 5660063
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Destination

Wanderportal Haus des Gastes (Kurpark), Oberhundem

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Coordinates

DD
51.089194, 8.179420
DMS
51°05'21.1"N 8°10'45.9"E
UTM
32U 442531 5660063
w3w 
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Book recommendation by the author

Zur Vorbereitung auf Ihre Wanderung senden wir Ihnen gerne unser kostenloses Infopaket zu. Unter rothaarsteig.de/prospekte können Sie ganz einfach wählen welche Informationen Sie benötigen. Ein guter Begleiter für jede Tour ist unser Rothaarsteig Wegweiser mit den Gastgebern entlang des Steigs und weiteren nützlichen Infos. 

 

Weitere Wandertipps für die Wander- und Urlaubsregion Lennestadt & Kirchhundem können Sie sich ganz einfach und kostenlos unter www.lennestadt-kirchhundem.de bestellen

Author’s map recommendations

Die Wanderkarte Lennestadt & Kirchhundem (Maßstab 1:25.000, 5. Auflage 2021) können Sie sich unter www.lennestadt-kirchhundem.de nach Hause bestellen.

In unserer Broschüre „Rothaarsteig-Spuren - Alle Rundwanderwege auf einen Blick“ finden Sie zu allen 13 Rundwanderwegen Kartenausschnitte, kurze Erläuterungen, auch eine Karte zur Breitscheider Höhlentour. Außerdem sind hier auch die weiteren 12 Rothaarsteig-Spuren mit Karten, kurzen Erklärungen und den schönsten Rastplätzen entlang der Route abgebildet. Unter rothaarsteig.de/prospekte können Sie sich das Heftchen bequem und kostenlos nach Hause bestellen oder online bereits als PDF oder Blätterkatalog anschauen. 

Zudem empfehlen wir auch unseren Rothaarsteig-Spuren Wanderpass. Wer 8 der insgesamt 13 Spuren erwandert hat, erhält eine Wanderurkunde sowie einen Rothaarsteig-Pin und nimmt an unserer jährlichen Verlosung teil. Auch den Wanderpass können Sie sich unter rothaarsteig.de/prospekte ganz einfach kostenlos nach Hause bestellen oder direkt online herunterladen. 

Die Original Rothaarsteig Wanderkarte im Maßstab 1:50000 auf wasserfestem Papier, mit aktueller Wegeführung und nützlichen Kennzeichnungen, wie Schutzhütten, Parkplätzen, Bushaltestellen u.v.m. können Sie sich unter rothaarsteig.de/shop versandkostenfrei für 11,00 Euro, bequem nach Hause bestellen.

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Dirk Bergen
September 13, 2022 · Community
I wouldn't suggest this route. When we started walking it all looked really nice. But after about a kilometer, the road were just 'forest freeways'. It's a term we read in another review, but it started to make sense then. Up until the horeca place, all these roads were there for cars. Everywhere around us a lot of trees were cut down. The sound of working machines were with us almost have of the way. We thought that was a real shame. Maybe it's better when a few young tress start to grow back, but now it was not a pretty sight. We did enjoy the sun for it was a beautiful day, but it's just not what we came for. This went on for at least 8 kilometers up until our little break. I already read on the Internet that the horeca place was closed. The so called cherry on top. We almost walked by it without seeing it! They had a fridge where you can get a drink if you leave cash. And the balcony is free to sit on. And the toilets outside were very clean. So this was a nice surprise. The route after that got much better again! Small pads through the forest and a great open field in the end. Because it said the route takes 4 hours and 15 minutes we thought it would be quite a walk. We do walk a bit faster then most people, but we only walked for 2 hours and 30 minutes. That does exclude our little break, but not other small stops for a bit to drink or a foto. So don't let it fool you like it did us. I really wouldn't recommend this trip. The views are cut down trees and we also passed a small group of trees that they were cutting down at that moment. I wasn't sure if they had seen us so I thought that was a bit scary. The fallen down trees were right next to the pad. It is a nice walk to go up to the Alpenhouse! That would be a better alternative then the whole route. I added a number of pictures so do make up your mind yourselfs, but I really think there must be prettier walks. Enjoy!
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When did you do this route? September 13, 2022
Bettina Werner 
April 03, 2022 · Community
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Difficulty
moderate
Distance
11.6 km
Duration
4:15 h
Ascent
364 m
Descent
364 m
Highest point
688 m
Lowest point
413 m
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