Hiking map of Bad Liebenstein / Brotterode

Artikelnummer: WKT-07

Hiking map Bad Liebenstein / Brotterode in the NP Thuringian Forest with Breitungen, Barchfeld, Gumpelstadt, Schweina, Trusetal and Heuberg in the Werratal.

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Information The hiking map of Bad Liebenstein / Brotterode shows the Rennstein from the... more

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The hiking map of Bad Liebenstein / Brotterode shows the Rennstein from the Glöckner memorial to the Heuberg. In the LSG Nature Park Thuringian Forest, the viewing mountain Groß Inselsberg, the Werra Valley from Breitungen to Barchfeld, the Truse Valley and the Schmalkalda Valley are shown. The map sheet shows the villages of Breitungen, Barchfeld, Floh-Seligenthal, Gumpelstadt, Kleinschmalkalden, Schweina and Trusetal.
Connection sheets: TK 25 W Ruhla, TK 25 W Inselsberg and TK 25 W Schmalkalden

Info's Hiking map with cycle paths, contains UTM coordinate grid and is GPS-compatible  
ISBN 978-3-86140-741-8
Scale 1 : 25 000
Publisher GeoThüringen Erfurt


Bad Liebenstein is a traditional spa, Bäder and tourism town on the southern slope of the Thüringer Wald in the Wartburg district. In the past, it was the summer residence of the dukes of Meiningen. The town includes the districts of Schweina and Steinbach as well as Altenstein Castle.

The small town Brotterode-Trusetal in the district of Schmalkalden Meiningen lies on the... mehr

The small town Brotterode-Trusetal in the district of Schmalkalden Meiningen lies on the southern slope of the Thuringian Forest on the upper reaches of the Truse. Floh Seligenthal borders the town to the east, Fambach and Breitungen on the Werra to the south. The Rennsteig with the Inselsberg borders the district in the north.
Brotterode has existed since 1039 and was owned by the Archbishopric of Mainz, the Counts of Henneberg and belonged to the County of Hesse for several centuries. In 1944, the office of Schmalkalden and thus also Brotterode became part of Thuringia.
Since about 1900, Brotterode has been sought out as a summer resort or winter sports location.

The Schloss Altenstein was built in 1736 as the country house of the Meiningen dukes and extended as a summer residence after 1800. The castle is located in the extensive Altenstein Park.
In Steinbach is the Luthersäule. It was here that Martin Luther was captured in 1521 on his way back from the Imperial Diet and housed in Wartburg Castle by the Elector.

The Trusetal Waterfall is the highest waterfall in the Thuringian Forest. It is located between Brotterode and the Truse valley. It is an artificial attraction. The water of the Truse River is channelled from Brotterode über 3.5 km in a ditch with a low gradient to the district. At the Öhmigshauk the water falls ürzt over two smaller falls and then über the granite rock über 50 m into the depth. The water then flows back into the Truse.