St4 - Around the Bülsenberg near Diemelsee-Stormbruch

Sauerland-Seen / Outdooractive Touren / St4 - Around the Bülsenberg near Diemelsee-Stormbruch
Stormbruch is nestled between Diemelsee and the Sauerland mountains. As a "landmark", the bell tower, newly erected in 1997, welcomes visitors with its chiming bells.

St4- Wanderung bei Diemelsee Stormbruch

Tour starting point:

Hiking parking lot "Schulweg"

Tour destination point:

Hiking parking lot "Schulweg"


  • dog friendly
  • Round trip
  • family-friendly

Additional Information

Tourist Information Diemelsee

Kirchstraße 6, 34519 Diemelsee Heringhausen

Phone: 05633 91133




4.6 km


1:15 Std.

Elevation ascent

97 m

Elevation descent

97 m

Altitude (Minimum)

416 m

Altitude (Maximum)

512 m





Recommended seasons


Enjoy the magic of nature as the seasons change on the three Stormbruch hiking trails and take a break at the leisure facility, barbecue station, water treading facility or with your children at the children's playground.

Three kilometers further on is the district of Heringhausen with the beautiful Diemelsee. With various leisure and refreshment facilities, the village invites you to discover and linger.

Short sections of the "St4 - Rund um den Bülsenberg" hiking trail run together with the Diemelsteig and the Diemelsee-Heringhausen hiking trail "H4". The hiking trail leads mostly through open fields and past the "Große Eschenseite" and "Kleine Eschenseite" forest areas. From the Aussiedlerhof "Vor dem Eichholz" you have a wonderful view of Diemelsee and "over" to Heringhausen. The trail then leads us back through fields and meadows to the starting point in the center of Stormbruch.



From the starting point in the center of Diemelsee-Stormbruch, the St4 hiking trail runs westwards for a short distance together with the St3 (hiking trail to the Koppen circular trail near Diemelsee-Stormbruch) before forking off and meeting the Diemelsteig trail in a northerly direction. After a short section together, the St3 leaves the Diemelsteig trail again in an easterly direction, where the hiking trail meets the Diemelsee-Heringhausen hiking trail H4 after another short stretch. From here, hikers can continue along the H4 to Diemelsee. If you want to hike back to Stormbruch, take the junction in a southerly direction back to the starting point in Diemelsee-Stormbruch.

Safty guidelines

z. Between Lisbon and Porto, for example, the infrastructure is not yet so well developed. The stages from one accommodation to the next can therefore be long and adventurous.

Public transiot

The bus and train connections to Diemelsee:Line 569: Diemelsee - Willingen/Bad ArolsenLine 560: Diemelsee - Willingen/Bad ArolsenRailroad stations around DiemelseeWillingen (Upland) railroad stationMarsberg-Bredelar railroad stationKorbach main stationBad Arolsen railroad station

Getting there

From the north: Drive towards Hannover and take the A7 towards Kassel until the Kasseler Kreuz junction, then take the A44 towards Dortmund, exit Marsberg towards DiemelseeFrom the east: Take direction Kassel, then A44 Dortmund exit Marsberg direction DiemelseeFrom the west: Direction Dortmund, A44 direction Kassel, exit Marsberg direction DiemelseeFrom the south: Munich in the direction of Nuremberg, Kassel and onto the A44 in the direction of Dortmund, Marsberg exit and in the direction of Diemelsee


Hiking parking lot Schulweg