|Suburban traffic|| 5 || km ||Airport|| 40 || km |
Winter sports; Among nature; Near water
<p>An insider tip for experienced hikers: the Geschichtsstrasse, from Kelberg down to Uersfeld. Please note the stories on the rocks. You will come to a forest with a small green lake. Centuries ago there were criminals executed / drowned here!
The trip is not a round trip. At the end, you can walk the same 13 km back. In Irrel you can get acquainted with the Devil Valley. Here, millions of years ago, extremely bizarre rock formations arose through the course of natural disasters. It's an hour's drive from Park Eifel. Ideal for walkers. A personal guide is not a luxury for your mountain bike adventures. Wolfgang Kubannek from Manderscheid knows the region like the back of his hand and will take you under his wing. Koulshore in Daun is something for daredevils: a very technical course for experienced mountain bikers, with suspended wooden bridges and spectacular jumps. The Vulkan Bike Trail Park has a total of 750 km of trails, so the choice is yours! Ideal for experienced cyclists. If you have small children, you can drive by car through the park, whereas on foot it becomes a real adventure. Most animals are harmless: your children can stroke and feed them. Furthermore, everyone can have fun on the big playground. Speed down the 800-meter-long summer toboggan run. Tickets can be bought from the Tourist Guide of Eifel Park. Daun is a half hours drive from Eifel Park and is ideal for families with children. Geocaching is a modern form of treasure hunting. Equipped with a GPS receiver and the corresponding coordinates, you can unearth treasure. First you have to solve some problems and puzzles in different places in "Boven Elztal". There is a total distance of about 8 km. Only the correct answers will provide the proper coordinates and finally lead to the treasure. If you do not own a GPS device then you can borrow one from Eifel Park. The Porta Nigra is an ideal starting point for exploring the city. It is the best preserved Roman city gate north of the Alps - a unique connection between the ancient past and the modern city. The Imperial Baths are the remains of a large Roman bath, which today is an impressive ruin that can be visited. Together with other interesting buildings from the Roman Trier these are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.</p>