A circular tour steeped in history with wonderful views and a refreshing conclusion.
Hike around Hilchenbach-Grund, the birthplace of Johann-Heinrich Jung, known as Jung-Stilling (1740-1817). The trail leads through our unique natural surroundings to the Ginsberger Heide and the Ginsburg ruins. From there, it’s downhill past Zollposten train station to the Insbachtal valley, where a water tread basin invites you to relax.
A visit to the “Jung-Stilling-Stube” room. The room can be visited by pre-arrangement. Of particular interest are the simple instruments with which Jung-Stilling conducted his highly successful eye operations.
Updated: March 16, 2020
Getting thereFrom the B 508, turn onto the L 728 towards Netphen. After 300m, take the K 31 towards Grund.
ParkingHiking car park "Zollposten"
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EquipmentA hiking shoe suitable for the low mountain range is recommended.
For changing the range of view, push the arrows together.