The starting point of the tour is the Fuchskaute, an extinct volcano and 657m above sea level. NN the highest elevation of the Westerwald. After Liebenscheid I cycle past Siegerland Airport, Germany's second-highest commercial airport. I also take some time for the Marienstatt Monastery. To this day, delicious beer is brewed in the in-house brewery, which you can taste in the on-site restaurant. In addition to books and art, the monastery shop offers self-made products. I can also go for a little walk here and enjoy the tranquility of the monastery.
A lot of nature and some very interesting sights are waiting for us.
As always on this tour, I cycle on gravel roads, natural paths, asphalt and paths on this route. From the Fuchskaute we continue north towards Weißenberg. I follow the signs to Liebenscheid and cross the border of the Sauerland-Rothaargebirge Nature Park on the way to Lippe. However, I only stay here for a short time, already on the way to the next sub-goal, the Kühfelderstein, I find myself in a flora-fauna habitat with wetlands and heaths. Immediately afterwards I reach the Westerwald animal sanctuary. At Stein-Neukirch I change from the south to a west route and drive to Nisterberg. After Lautzenbrücken I circle a pond, later cross the L 285 and cycle past the village of Langenbachermühle through an extensive forest area. Shortly before the Weißen Ley, a large basalt quarry, I turn right and drive around the area in a wide arc. I cross the L 288 and leave Atzelgift on the left and then Streithausen on the right. In the meantime I am moving in the fauna-flora area of Nistertal and Kroppacher Schweiz. At Limbach it goes west again a bit, then I cycle south to Astert. So I circle the Hohe Ley, a vantage point. Alternatively, I take the opportunity to climb up here and enjoy a beautiful all-round view, of course only if the weather cooperates. A little further on is the Marienstatt monastery, where I can take a break. Two more major arcs over the settlements of Kellerhof and Nistermühle and I'm back in Hachenburg. Various restaurants await me here if I'm hungry, and I can visit those corners of the city that I couldn't see before the tour; for example the still outstanding adventure brewery.
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In Nisterberg there is an old Backes (community oven) in which stone oven bread is still baked today. In addition, the annual Backesfest attracts numerous visitors.
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