Detailed description

On the Beulskopf (388 meters NN) in the municipality of Heupelzen in 1990, a wooden lookout tower - the Raiffeisen tower - was built with a height of 35 m. It was named in honor of the social reformer Friedrich Wilhelm Raiffeisen. The upper plateau offers a magnificent view. To the south, east and west one looks over the front Westerwald up to the Förderturm at the highway A3 at Willroth, to the Köppelturm on the Montabaur height, to the Salzburger Kopf in the high Westerwald and Siebengebirge on the Rhine. But also the "Hohe Acht" (747 m) in the Eifel at a distance of 57 km can be seen. In northern or north-eastern direction, the view opens up to the Bergische Land, the Wildenburger Land, the foothills of the Rothaargebirge, the Giebelwald and far into the

Brief description

A 35 meter high wooden observation tower.

Contact and directions

57612 Heupelzen-Beul