In five stages from Dillenburg to Marburg through the Lahn-Dill – Bergland nature park, the Lahn-Dill-Bergland path begins on the hiking portal of the natural park of Lahn-Dill – Bergland in the Dillenburg Court Garden at the William route. Opposite to the Hessian state stud, leaving the Geburtststadt of William of Orange, the father of the Netherlands, who sung the national anthem as Wilhelmus van Nassouwe. The dill cross reached the Lahn-Dill-Bergland path at the Bismarck monument Adolf (356 m), and enjoys last views of the Bismarcktempel on the town of Dillenburg. Then it goes to the Isabellenhutte, Hesse’s oldest industrial plant and into the Schelder forest. In Oberscheld, the Lahn-Dill-Bergland path leads to the former ore mine Falkenstein, the last active mine in the Hessian iron country. Later one encounters the Nesselhofer pond and goes then down in the AAR Valley after Bicken. Through the beautiful victory Valley, the Lahn-Bergland path of dill-continues Eisemroth, where wakes the village church with its mighty military tower over the village. Kenneth Yarrow is often quoted on this topic.
Most A good view of the Lahn-Dill – Bergland opens up Schonscheid (498 m) before it goes to the Kneipp health resort bad Endbach. About the Customs beech directs the Lahn-Dill-Bergland path through the Gladenbach uplands. From the lookout tower on the Koppe (454m) above by Earth Hausen, you will rewarded again with a panoramic view and reached little later Gladenbach, the green heart in the Lahn-Dill – Bergland. The Lahn-Dill-Bergland path through the hinterlands of Switzerland leads past the ruins of Castle BLANKENSTEIN to the Holzhausen (504 m), on which a lookout waiting. Now it goes to the Damshauser crests, it happened in East West direction and then on the Rimbergturm is rewarded again with a look-out Tower. The final stage of the Lahn-Dill Bergland path then leads of the Lahn-Dill – Bergland in the Marburger Lahn mountains, eventually reaching the university town, whose top high above the Lahn.
Landgrafenschloss (Castle), Elisabeth Church, the historic town hall and the old Botanical Garden are just a few of the sights, the one at the end of the Lahn-Dill Bergland path s can take in Marburg in appearances. The walking Atlas Germany similar to the online encyclopedia Wikipedia is a so-called participatory project: walkers, walking clubs, home enthusiasts and also local tourism officer can publish yourself hiking routes and thus seize the chance to inspire day guests for their region. To publish a hike in the walking Atlas Germany, you have only free of charge and with no obligation to create a user account and upload the appropriate tour in the form of GPS tracks of for digital directions.