... the small, fairytale town of Bad Berleburg with a forest full of adventures. In this forest some famous figures of the Brothers Grimm have been sighted....
You will find parking spaces nearby, which can be used on weekends without time limit. Take a small climb to the protestant Church in the Schloßstraße (Castle Street). Here you will find the first signs of the fairy tale trail.
Getting thereDirections to Trufterhain hiking parking lot:
From Raumland via the B480 to Bad Berleburg. Follow the main road through the town. After the city park on the left side you will reach a roundabout. Take the third exit and turn left at the 2nd possibility afterwards to the Hochstraße. Follow the Trufterhainstraße on the right side immediately. Follow this road until you reach the parking lot for hikers at the top. By foot, please follow the signs to Hof Mühlbach (approx. 800m). From the parking lot, go back a little from where you came by car, then keep right.
Coming from Winterberg, take the first right after the Bad Berleburg place-name sign onto the Hochstraße. Follow the Trufterhainstraße on the right. Follow this road until you reach the parking lot for hikers at the top. On foot, please follow the signs to Hof Mühlbach (approx. 800 m). From the parking lot, go back downwards a little from where you came by car, then keep right.
For the alternative start from the Nature Park Information Center:
From Raumland via the B480 to Bad Berleburg. Turn right at the 2nd traffic light, take the third exit at the roundabout and drive into Schulstraße. (The 3rd entrance to the right is the parking garage).
From Winterberg via the B480 to Bad Berleburg. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit. Drive along Bahnhofstraße, street "Unterm Höllscheid" and Schulstraße. After the pedestrian traffic light, take the 1st entrance to the left to the parking garage.
There you can park for free. The market place is on the opposite side of the street.
ParkingThere is enough free parking space available.
Either at the hiking parking space Trufterhain or at the Nature Park Information Center (alternative start).
Outside the parking lot the parking spaces are limited in time.