In Burgschwalbach you will find 4 signposted walks which all start and finish in the middle of the village, directly next to your accommodation. Enjoy the beautiful countryside and get to know the area.
Description of the walks in Burgschwalbach
At the time of the Romans, the Aar-Höhenweg was the connection between the castles along the Roman wall "Limes".
The 63,5 km long Aar-Höhenweg leads from the source of the Aar in Taunusstein-Orlen through to where it flows into the Lahn in Diez.
Our Bistro-Dorfcafe in the middle of Burgschwalbach lies directly on the Aar-Höhenweg and invites you to take a rest in our bistro or on our terrace.
In one of Germany’s most pleasant secondary mountain ranges, the western Taunus, pathways lead from Zollhaus, through Aarbergen and the lower Aar valley and „Einrich“.
Start from your accommodation at our guesthouse Auszeit in Zollhaus (distance 800 Meter).
Description Spring path