Impressive natural phenomena like a colourful flower meadow, a babbling spring, the effervescent Eder river, majestic trees, mystical forests and rocky landscapes with towering cliffs line the route as the anchor points of this challenging trail.
The Celts lived in harmony with nature and worshipped it. They used plants as medicines, saw springs and rocks as points of contact with the Other World and interpreted mighty trees as divine symbols.
It is not primarily about a topic that gave rise to lively discussions when planning the project: Was Wittgenstein part of Celtic culture or just an area of contact? Are there specific indications of the influence of Celtic culture in Wittgenstein? Which regions in the surrounding areas can be definitively identified as Celtic?
Getting thereBy car, you get to Dotzlar on the A45 Dortmund-Frankfurt motorway and take the Siegen exit, then the B62 and B480 main roads.
The "Laubrother Straße" car park is in the centre of the village of Dotzlar. Coming from the direction of Raumland, you turn left in the village of Dotzlar in the direction of the Kulturhalle. After approx. 400 m, the car park is on the right.
ParkingThere is plenty of parking at the start point.
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EquipmentThe tour is 14.5 kilometres long and takes about five to six hours. Because of the steep passages and many paths, the trail is very challenging. Good physical condition, sturdy footwear and surefootedness are essential.
Rucksack provisions and sufficient water are recommended.
- 21 Waypoints
- 21 Waypoints