Bruchhauser Steine

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Magic landscape Aug 01, 2004
Bruchhauser Steine is a rocky mountain in German Sauerland which is protected for its peculiar geological, botanical and cultural heritage and also for its natural beauty. Since 1992, it is maintained by a foundation. The former owner, Baron F├╝rstenberg-Gaugreben, serves as president of the foundation, whose other members are appointed by the state administration of Nordrhein-Westfalen, the county administration of Hochsauerlandkreis and the municipal administration of Olsberg.

The foundation collects a parking fee from all motorized visitors. The lower parking lot is cheaper than the upper parking lot, but you get the chance to hike half an hour through the natural wood landscape. The next train station, Brilon Wald, is roughly 3 kilometres away, so most visitors prefer to drive. The parking lot attendant also sells some drinks.

The highest peak, Feldstein, is 756 metres above sea level, offering a splendid panoramic view on sunny days. Hiking is not very difficult - I did it with sandals - but the last few steps to the peak are requiring hiker's full attention.
Bruchhauser Steine, upper parking …
Bruchhauser Steine, upper parking …
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