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Lahn-Dill-Bergland Nature Park

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  • Bad Endbach

In the Lahn-Dill-Bergland nature park you enter a magical region in Central Hesse.

In the Lahn-Dill-Bergland nature park you enter a magical region in Central Hesse. Diverse nature experiences, lasting impressions and moments of wellbeing are waiting for you.

18 certified circular hiking trails, the "extra tours", present the most beautiful spots in the nature park and exciting regional information, such as on the "Bickener Ritterspuren" tour or on the "post robbery route". The day or half-day tours are between 7 and 39 km long, so that there is a suitable path for every hiking requirement. There are restaurants on many routes, so that physical well-being is also provided at the end of an eventful day of hiking. Friends of multi-day hikes traverse the entire nature park on the 90km long Lahn-Dill-Bergland-Path from Herborn / Dillenburg to Marburg and can leave stress and worry lines behind on the way.

In the Lahn-Dill-Bergland nature park, the diverse cultural landscape is carefully protected and further developed. Projects from the areas of sustainable tourism, environmental education, direct marketing and nature conservation help ensure that you can consciously discover the most beautiful side of the different landscapes of the 18 participating nature park communities.

Herborner Straße 1

35080 Bad Endbach


Phone: +49 2776 / 80115

Fax: +49 2776 / 80114


Website: www.lahn-dill-bergland.de

General information

Monday to Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

With public transport:

The Lahn-Dill-Bergland Nature Park can be easily reached by bus and train. Depending on the destination, you can travel via Herborn, Dillenburg, Marburg or Biedenkopf.


Marburg can be reached via Kassel and Frankfurt-Giessen with IC or RE, from there a bus (No. 383) goes to Bad Endbach. The cities of Herborn, Dillenburg and Haiger can be reached with the RE from Giessen. These cities can also be reached via Siegen with the RE. Biedenkopf is connected to the Kurhessenbahn from Marburg. Bicycles are permitted on all trains. Free of charge in regional transport.


The long-distance bus is also an excellent way of getting into the local public transport sector. For example, there are connections from Dortmund, Berlin, Cologne and Frankfurt to Marburg. You can also come to Gießen from Hamburg, Aachen and Wiesbaden. Other cities that are served by long-distance buses are Siegen, Wetzlar and Limburg an der Lahn. From May to October the Blue Line runs as a hiking and cycling bus between the Krombachtalsperre in the Westerwald via Herborn and the Aartalsee to Bad Endbach. Groups should register in advance.

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