This hike starts with a steep climb to a wooden cottage in the forest. You continue on narrow paths along numerous rock formations and bubbling streams.
The second half of the hike offers one highlight after the other. After a descent through the forest, you reach the Black Ernz and pass the place where the skeleton of the Loschbourmann was found, who lived here around 8000 years ago.
A wooden footbridge takes you to the impressive calcareous tuff spring, where water trickles softly over the rocky outcrop into a crystal-clear pond. A the end, you come across the most famous motive of the Mullerthal Region - Luxembourg's Little Switzerland, the Schiessentümpel with its picturesque stone bridge over the small waterfall.
Parking: Closest parking lot: Heringer Millen