Circular trail on the Sauerland-Waldroute in Sundern-Amecke

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Beautiful circular hike on the Sauerland-Waldroute to the left and right of the Sorpesee.




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Amecke Dorf




Blick nach Seidfeld bei Krause Eiche




Der Airlebnisweg




Sagenstation Schatzgräber in Stockum

Tour starting point:

Sundern-Amecke

Tour destination point:

Sundern-Amecke

Properties:

  • promising
  • Round trip
  • Refreshment stop

Category

Wanderung

Length

9.8 km

Time

3:30 Std.

Elevation ascent

224 m

Elevation descent

222 m

Altitude (Minimum)

280 m

Altitude (Maximum)

394 m

Condition

Difficulty

Adventure

Landscape

Recommended seasons

J F M A M J J A S O N D
Hike between forest and water on the Sauerland-Waldroute in Amecke. Along the way, you will encounter the legend of a treasure digger, there are beautiful distant views and you can take a leisurely break at the refreshment stops with a view of the Sorpesee - either during or after the hike.

Information

Directions

The starting point for this scenic hike is the parking lot on Strandweg in Amecke (fee required!). The route initially follows the Vorstaubecken basin with the "Airlebnisweg" without any inclines. After crossing the "Hespe", the route then climbs steeply uphill to Landsberg. Now follow the Sauerland-Waldroute on the right, past the Hermkesiepen nature reserve, back downhill to the Sorpesee. At the Julianenhütte parking lot, turn left and follow the forest route markings up to the Höhweg. Take a look around, the view is great! At the top, keep right and follow the Am2 or X24 hiking sign back downhill. Along the ancient "Krausen Eiche" and the "Kamberg" nature reserve, you return to Amecke.

Safty guidelines

Information about the rescue signs on the Sauerland-WaldrouteMost hiking trails run away from towns and settlements and every hiker has thought about what would happen if an emergency were to occur. How can I be found here? Where am I anyway? Can the emergency services reach me?In an emergency, things have to happen quickly! That's why the Sauerland-Waldroute is equipped with so-called rescue signs throughout. The green and white stickers attached to the posts of the signposts have a number that you must give when making an emergency call. This means that the emergency services know exactly where you are and valuable time can be saved.

Public transiot

Rather not

Getting there

From Sundern in the direction of Neuenrade

Parking

In Amecke parking lot Strandweg or Julianenhütte (then zerst up to the Höhweg)