Wichtelpfad Feldberg



Location: Feldberg
Track length: 2.2 km
Ascent: 80 m
Descent: 80 m
Suitable for prams: no
Starting point: Gasthaus Café Waldvogel

On the way on the Wichtelpfad in the capercaillie forest

In an enchanted wood high up on the Feldberg Velt, the Feldberg gnome lives with his friends: Wuchtig, the landlord from the inn to the sweet blueberry, Violetta Waldfee and Hypogymnus Flechtel from the forest pharmacy.

One day Ferdinand, the postman from the Wichtelpost, brings a letter for Anton Auerhahn. But he can't find it anywhere. Therefore, Ferdinand asks the Feldberg gnome Velt and his friends for help. Velt accompanies him in the search.

Do you want to know whether they found Anton and what is written in the letter?

Then come by and see for yourself what you can discover in the Wichtelwald. You can help Velt and Ferdinand to find Anton Auerhahn.

On our side "Capercaillies are threatened with extinction!”You will find all the important information about the rare animal.


Image courtesy of Stefan Asal - Datacreate Asal


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