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Naturpark Siebengebirge

Kaiser-Wilhelm-Platz 1, 53721 Siegburg
Germany
Telephone +49 2241 132336
Fax +49 2241 133116
info@naturpark-siebengebirge.de

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Königswinter - Heisterbach Monastery Landscape

At a glance
At the request of the Archbishop of Cologne, Philipp von Heinsberg, twelve monks from the Eifel Cistercian monastery of Himmerod founded a monastery on the Petersberg in March 1189. The archbishop endowed the founding convent with the buildings and goods of a previously abandoned Augustinian canon's monastery on the Petersberg as well as further possessions in Meckenheim, on the Stenzelberg and in the nearby Heisterbach valley. Foundations of a church building can still be seen on Petersberg today. After three years on the Petersberg, the Cistercian monks moved to the valley below and founded the Heisterbach monastery there. Until the 19th century, the extensive monastery landscape of Heisterbach was created around the monastery, which we want to discover on this hiking trail.

The Heisterbach valley (Heister = beech) is also called Peterstal at that time. The relocation had practical reasons, as there was water, fertile soil and connections to the transport routes in the valley. At first, makeshift buildings were erected until the monks began to build the monastery church and the enclosure buildings in 1202. The stones were quarried in the nearby quarries. They also built underground water pipes and created ponds for fish farming. Source and info: www.abtei-heisterbach.de. Furthermore, the monks significantly influenced the viticulture in the valley. We want to visit all stations of this monastery landscape, which has experienced many new impulses and a return to the Cistercians during the Regionale 2010, and combine it with a hike. For this purpose, we will also use the former petition path from Oberdollendorf up to Petersberg, which can still be experienced in part with the remaining wayside crosses.

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TRAIL MARKINGS IN THE NATURE PARK

All official walking and cycling routes in Naturpark Siebengebirge are marked in the field. You can tell which conservation area you are in on your tour by the waymarking:

  • Stones with embedded signpost plates mark the nature reserve.
  • Signs, adhesive markings and plaques indicate that you are outside the sensitive nature reserve.
Many of our trails are maintained by volunteer trail sponsors. Unfortunately, it can still happen that signs or plaques disappear or signpost stones are damaged or dirty. If you come across such signs on the way, please contact us by e-mail at info@naturpark-siebengebirge.de or by telephone 02241 132336.

You can find our current information brochures on walking and cycling tours in the Naturpark Siebengebirge under INFOTHEK. Not all of them can be printed out, but we will be happy to send you a copy by post.

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Siebengebirge - Military cemetery Ittenbach

At a glance
Only at first sight an unspectacular hike, which also touches traffic routes. But we hike through different types of landscape that characterize the Siebengebirge.

Already the starting point at the military cemetery covers the cultural side of the Siebengebirge and on the way we will get to know the different types of forest. We can discover both the sparse deciduous forest as well as the high coniferous forest and mixed forest parcels as well as the Siefen structure, which was probably the inspiration for the name of the Siebengebirge. And at the end of the hike we will also see meadows with stream drainage at the Perlenhardt, which can be found in many places in the nature park. This diversity is what makes the Siebengebirge so attractive and worthy of protection as a nature reserve with many rare animal and plant species. We experience this during the hike through the Laagsbusch down into the Logebachtal, one of the landscape parts in the Siebengebirge most worthy of protection, and up again to Hövel, agriculturally used and just outside of nature conservation, until we dive again into the forest stand, which in the future is to serve as a core zone especially for nature conservation. This also applies to the meadows at Perlenhardt, which we cross on an approved path, but which are valuable retreats for rare species.

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