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Formed during the ice age, just over the border between Luxembourg and Germany and close to the village Irrel a beautiful natural area can be visited. Start at the visitor center with a cup of coffee or something else, visit the small exposition and start your walk and follow the signs.
The tour starts on a normal Forrest lane and just before you think is this all, you're leaving the path and start to decent between the small cliffs which are dark cold and wet. At the end of the dark path you enter the open space with viewing points up hill and down hill paths. During the tour , information points where placed with all the info about this area. It is in the German language. The tour will take about an hour, depend how fast you are and there is an opportunity to extent the tour.
After the walk and on the way to the parking you pass a bee-keeper where you can buy very nice , natural and tasteful honey. When we where waiting outside we took a quick look in his car, and saw a lot of bees flying in his car. When we asked him if this is normal he smiled and he said that he had to pick up some bee boxes and didn't had the time to empty them, so for him it's normal.
The hole Eiffel area in Germany is so nice, and teufelsslucht is only one of the many walking areas to explore it will take years to see all of them.
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