The crown on the town's coat of arms is taken from the figure in the Catholic parish church of St. John the Baptist, which represents the Virgin Mary. The bell is attributed to an old tradition, according to which a bell hung in a lime tree in the cemetery, which was rung at funerals. The ear of corn is a reminder of the fertile Sintfeld. In 1923, a "Mother of God Grotto" was built on the model of the Lourdes Grotto at the Waschhof.
In addition to the Eggeweg and the Sintfeld-Höhenweg, other local hiking trails invite you to explore the scenic landscape.