Waldroute stage Bibertal - Ringelstein

Rüthen Tourismus / Outdooractive Touren / Waldroute stage Bibertal - Ringelstein
Natural highlights, changing landscapes and in the footsteps of the ancient Romans - a stage full of experiences!




Das Waldschiff im Bibertal




Grenzstein Bibertal




Biberteich im Bibertal




Wiesenlandschaft




Aussicht von Burg Ringelstein




Burg Ringelstein

Tour starting point:

Beaver Valley

Tour destination point:

Ringelstein

Properties:

  • From A to B
  • Stage tour

Additional Information

www.sauerland-waldroute.de

Category

Wanderung

Length

11.6 km

Time

3:04 Std.

Elevation ascent

168 m

Elevation descent

222 m

Altitude (Minimum)

261 m

Altitude (Maximum)

407 m

Condition

Difficulty

Adventure

Landscape

Recommended seasons

J F M A M J J A S O N D
From the beautiful Bibertal, the tour leads past the Biberteich through the Rüthen city forest. Along the small river Möhne it goes down towards Kneblinghausen. Here you will find the old Roman camp including an exciting legend board. In the Kneblinghausen forest you pass the Johanniseiche (oak) and head towards your destination. Here the hiker passes the youth forest home Ringelstein and the old train station. Once here, it is worth taking a short detour to the village of Harth and the ruins of Ringelstein Castle. Here a fantastic view opens up over the area.
Forest ship in the beaver valley




Waldimpressionen Abendstimmung

Forest ship of the Sauerland-Waldroute. Experience point and ranger station.

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Biberbad Rüthen




Strandlandschaft mit Palmen und Strandkörben von d

It is impossible to imagine a more beautiful place for an outdoor pool than the Bibertal for the Biberbad in Rüthen.

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Kneblinghausen Roman Camp




Wegweiser zum Römerlager

The Roman camp Kneblinghausen is a fortification about one kilometer south of the district Kneblinghausen of the North Rhine-Westphalian town Rüthen ( district Soest ).

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Information

Directions

Bibertal/Rüthen - Kneblinghausen - Ringelstein - Harth

Safty guidelines

Information about the rescue boards on the Sauerland-WaldrouteMostly hiking trails run away from villages and settlements and every hiker has already thought about what would happen if there was an emergency. How can I be found here? Where am I at all? Can the rescue service reach me?But in an emergency, things have to happen quickly! That's why the Sauerland-Waldroute is equipped with so-called rescue signs throughout. On the green and white plaques, which are attached to the posts of the signposts, there is a number that you have to give when you make your emergency call. This way, the emergency services know exactly where you are and valuable time can be saved.

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