Bergisch Panorama Trail Stage 1

From the hustle and bustle of Ründeroth to the winding Agger valley, the first stage of the Bergische Panoramasteig (Bergisch Panorama Trail) leads up to "steinreiche” (stone-rich) Lindlar, which has earned this name because of its productive quarries. The stone quarried around this tranquil little village is know worldwide as Lindlar greywacke and has been used at Frankfurt Airport, in Dubai and on the yacht of a Russian billionaire. Along the way, a detour to the artificial "metabolon” hill beckons. Under this name, a former landfill site has been turned into an environmental learning site with leisure facilities and a giant slide. 

 

© Guido Wagner

Description

  • Length:  15,8km
  • Duration: approx. 5 hours 
  • Start point of the stage: Engelskirchen-Ründeroth, Brückenstraße 6, 51766 Engelskirchen (near bus stop"Ründeroth Seniorenheim"); access route: approx. 1,0 km from train station Ründeroth 
  • End point of the stage:Lindlar, Heiligenhoven (south of LVR-Freilichtmuseum); access route: approx. 1,7 km to Marktplatz & bus station 
  • Arrival by car: A4 to exit Engelskirchen, then L302  towards Lindlar, B55 to Ründeroth; Car parks: free Car park in Ründeroth 
  • Arrival by public transport: DB Bahn: with RB25 to train station Ründeroth; bus: with bus 310, 317 to Ründeroth-Seniorenheim or with Bus 310, 312, 317 to Ründeroth train station 

 

Further information

  • Options for returning to the starting point: from Lindlar bus station with various bus lines to Engelskirchen train station, then with bus 310 to Ründeroth (www.vrs.de) 
  • Other access options: Aggertalhöhle (bus 317), access route: approx. 0,7 km; train station Engelskirchen (RB25, bus 310, 331, 332, 333), access route: approx. 1,1 km 
  • Tourist Information Office 
    Gemeindeverwaltung Engelskirchen
    Bürgerbüro
    Engels-Platz 4
    51766 Engelskirchen
    Tel.: +49 2263 83-401 to 83-406
    E-Mail: buergerbuero{at}engelskirchen.de
© Guido Wagner

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